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1967 Atlanta Falcons season

1967 Atlanta Falcons season
Head coach Norb Hecker
Home field Atlanta Stadium
Results
Record 1-12-1
Division place 4th Coastal Division
Playoff finish did not qualify
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
1966      1968

The 1967 Atlanta Falcons season was the Falcons' second season. The team slipped from 3-11 in their inaugural season to 1-12-1, and finished in last place in the new four-team Coastal Division of the NFL Western Conference.

Offseason

NFL Draft

Round Pick Player Position School
1

Regular season

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
1 September 17, 1967 at Baltimore Colts L 38-31
56,715
2 September 24, 1967 at San Francisco 49ers L 38-7
30,207
3 October 1, 1967 at Green Bay Packers L 23-0
49,467
4 October 8, 1967 Philadelphia Eagles L 38-7
53,868
5 October 15, 1967 Washington Redskins T 20-20
56,538
6 October 22, 1967 at Detroit Lions L 24-3
50,601
7 October 29, 1967 Minnesota Vikings W 21-20
52,859
8 November 5, 1967 at Dallas Cowboys L 37-7
54,751
9 November 12, 1967 Baltimore Colts L 49-7
58,850
10 November 19, 1967 Los Angeles Rams L 31-3
56,871
11 November 26, 1967 at New Orleans Saints L 27-24
83,437
12 December 3, 1967 at Los Angeles Rams L 20-3
46,395
13 December 10, 1967 San Francisco 49ers L 34-28
51,798
14 December 17, 1967 Chicago Bears L 23-14
54,107

Game summaries

Week 14

1 234Total
• Bears 7 1033 23
Falcons 7 007 14


Standings

Coastal Division
Team W L T PCT PF PA
Los Angeles Rams 11 1 2 .917 398 196
Baltimore Colts 11 1 2 .917 394 198
San Francisco 49ers 7 7 0 .500 273 337
Atlanta Falcons 1 12 1 .077 175 422
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Roster

Awards and records

Milestones

References

  • Falcons on Pro Football Reference
  • Falcons on jt-sw.com

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