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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; We are going to the game in Atlanta on Monday Dec. 27th. Are there specific sections where the tickets are alllocated to the away team. My wife has not been to an away game and wants to be in "friendly" ...

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Old 11-13-2010, 04:11 PM   #1
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Going to Atlanta - Where will the saints Fans be sitting?

We are going to the game in Atlanta on Monday Dec. 27th. Are there specific sections where the tickets are alllocated to the away team. My wife has not been to an away game and wants to be in "friendly" territory. She does not wnt to be heckled/abused. Falcons fans are pretty tough from what I remember.
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Old 11-13-2010, 05:48 PM   #2
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I went to the game last year and there were more Saint fans there than Falcon fans. It almost felt like a home game. I was surrounded by Saint fan and we acted a fool. I think Drew even said before the game there were more Saint fans there than Falcon fans. This year might be different, because if they keep slipping by with these wins, there fans will pour in. I'm still gonna act a fool though.
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Old 11-14-2010, 07:18 AM   #3
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I've went to the Saints - Falcons Monday night game in Atlanta before and I was sitting on the Falcons sideline section 134 row 17 with my entire family decked out in Saints Gear, Saints flag and the whole nine, yelling and screaming at every play (we stomped them) and the Falcons fans were the best. They were actually laughing at me the entire time and my wife told me to stop because she thought we would die. You won't have any problem wherever you sit but the ESPN booth will be on the Falcons sideline on the Gate B side. Just bring alot of money because just like the Superdome crap is expensive. I got Brees, Benson, and about 20 other Saints authographs on my giant flag last game. Go to section 129 and hang out 2 hours before the game and you will get all kinds of sigs. There are Saints fans everywhere but no way out number the Falcons fans. Area of town is ok before and after a night game, alot of security. I'm trying to buy the same tickets I had for the last game and if I get them I will let you know. Have fun it will be a blast even more when we beat the crap out of them again.

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Old 11-14-2010, 04:39 PM   #4
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Lot of Saints fans at the games last couple of years: easy flight from NO, tickets available. Plus there are a lot of Katrina transplants still here. But no, not anywhere near 50-50.

No, Falcons fans are not rough. Fair weather, bandwagon types. Did see a fight between two 60 year old guys last year. (Oh, and Mike smith blew up in that game as well, but he probably won't bother you)
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I predict that most Saints fans will be home in front of their TVs.

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