Three players the Falcons should sign away from NFC champion & Super Bowl LVII participant Philadelphia Eagles
It has been a rough six years since the Atlanta Falcons took the field in Houston to play the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LI. That game has brought on a lot of dark memories for most of us and has put us at the forefront of so many jokes.
Since the Falcons made it to the Super Bowl, this will be the third time the Chiefs have made the big game and the second time the Eagles have made it—both teams winning one championship.
The goal for the Falcons—much like every team—will be to construct a team that can compete for a Lombardi trophy in the coming years, and what better way to do that than steal a few players off of Sunday’s field?
Each of these teams, especially the Eagles, will have some attractive free agents that will hit the open market. With Atlanta having so much money, they can compete to sign whoever they want as only Chicago will be able to offer more money.
Whoever wins the Super Bowl might have a few players who set their sights on money instead of the potential to win another championship.