2006 Atlanta Falcons schedule

Season statistics

Offense Defense
Record Playoff record Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
7-9-0 0-0 5310 2371 2939 20 287 5325 3668 1657 26 313
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The Atlanta Falcons' forty-first season was in 2006, and it was the third season Jim L. Mora (Jr.) served as the head coach of the team. The Falcons played their home games at Georgia Dome. They finished the season 7-9-0, 3-5-0 at home and 4-4-0 on the road.


Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 @ Carolina Panthers 20-6
Week 2 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 14-3
Week 3 @ New Orleans Saints 3-23
Week 4 Arizona Cardinals 32-10
Week 6 New York Giants 14-27
Week 7 Pittsburgh Steelers 41-38
Week 8 @ Cincinnati Bengals 29-27
Week 9 @ Detroit Lions 14-30
Week 10 Cleveland Browns 13-17
Week 11 @ Baltimore Ravens 10-24
Week 12 New Orleans Saints 13-31
Week 13 @ Washington Redskins 24-14
Week 14 @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17-6
Week 15 Dallas Cowboys 28-38
Week 16 Carolina Panthers 3-10
Week 17 @ Philadelphia Eagles 17-24


Head Coach: Jim L. Mora (Jr.) Offensive Coordinator: Greg Knapp Defensive Coordinator: Ed Donatell Quarterbacks Coach: Bill Musgrave Assistant Quarterbacks Coach: Robert Prince Wide Receivers Coach: George Stewart Offensive Line Coach: Tom Cable, Alex Gibbs Assistant Offensive Line Coach: Chris Dalman Running Backs Coach: Ollie Wilson Tight Ends Coach: Clancy Barone Defensive Line Coach: Bill Johnson Linebackers Coach: Chris Beake Defensive Backs Coach: Brett Maxie Secondary Coach: Emmitt Thomas Senior Defensive Assistant Coach: Emmitt Thomas Defensive Assistant Coach: Joe Lombardi, Will Lewis Special Teams Coach: Joe DeCamillis Assistant Special Teams Coach: Steve Hoffman Consultant: Alex Gibbs Head Strength and Conditioning Coach: Sal Alosi Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach: Billy Johnson Assistant Athletic Trainer: Tom Reed