2000 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
4-12-0 0-0 3994 2780 1214 34 256 5607 3624 1983 25 308
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The Atlanta Falcons' thirty-fifth season was in 2000, and it was the fourth season Dan Reeves served as the head coach of the team. The Falcons played their home games at Georgia Dome. They finished the season 4-12-0, 3-5-0 at home and 1-7-0 on the road.


Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 San Francisco 49ers 36-28
Week 2 @ Denver Broncos 14-42
Week 3 @ Carolina Panthers 15-10
Week 4 St. Louis Rams 20-41
Week 5 @ Philadelphia Eagles 10-38
Week 6 New York Giants 6-13
Week 7 @ St. Louis Rams 29-45
Week 8 New Orleans Saints 19-21
Week 9 Carolina Panthers 13-12
Week 10 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 14-27
Week 11 @ Detroit Lions 10-13
Week 12 @ San Francisco 49ers 6-16
Week 13 @ Oakland Raiders 14-41
Week 14 Seattle Seahawks 10-30
Week 16 @ New Orleans Saints 7-23
Week 17 Kansas City Chiefs 29-13

2000 Atlanta Falcons Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Dan Reeves Assistant Head Coach: Rich Brooks Offensive Coordinator: George Sefcik Defensive Coordinator: Rich Brooks Quarterbacks Coach: Jerry Rhome Wide Receivers Coach: Jack Burns Offensive Line Coach: Art Shell Running Backs Coach: George Sefcik Tight Ends Coach: James Daniel, Warren "Rennie" Simmons Offensive Quality Control Coach: Ed West Defensive Line Coach: Bill Kollar Linebackers Coach: Don Blackmon Secondary Coach: Greg Brown Defensive Quality Control Coach: Thom Kaumeyer Special Teams Coach: Joe DeCamillis Assistant to the Head Coach: Marvin Crosby Bass Strength and Conditioning Coach: Al Miller Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach: Rocky Colburn General Manager: Harold Richardson Pro Personnel: Marvin Crosby Bass Pro Scout: Les Snead Director of Football Systems: Brian Xanders Assistant Athletic Trainer: Tom Reed Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship: Lynn Cain, Rodney Gardner