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An aerial view of Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez dunking ball through goal pasts after scoring a touchdown against the 49ers last weekend. (Pouya Dianat/SI) 

KING MMQB: Setting the stage for Super Bowl week

An aerial view of Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez dunking ball through goal pasts after scoring a touchdown against the 49ers last weekend. (Pouya Dianat/SI) 
KING MMQB: Setting the stage for Super Bowl week

Matt Ryan and Jason Snelling celebrate their third quarter touchdown during Sunday’s NFC Divisional Playoff Game between the Falcons and Seahawks. Atlanta blew an early lead before pulling out a 30-28 victory in one of the best games of the season. (Simon Bruty/SI) 

REITER: Gonzalez’s clutch catch propels Atlanta to victory

Matt Ryan and Jason Snelling celebrate their third quarter touchdown during Sunday’s NFC Divisional Playoff Game between the Falcons and Seahawks. Atlanta blew an early lead before pulling out a 30-28 victory in one of the best games of the season. (Simon Bruty/SI) 
REITER: Gonzalez’s clutch catch propels Atlanta to victory

Brett Favre reacts after being selected by the Atlanta Falcons with the 33rd overall pick of the 1991 NFL Draft. Favre would be traded to the Packers a year later where he would become one of the league’s all-time top quarterbacks. Who from the 2012 Draft will be a future Hall of Famer? Time will tell. (AP)

GALLERY: Historic Photos of the NFL Draft
KING: Thoughts on first round of draft
PAULINE: Breaking down each team’s picks

Brett Favre reacts after being selected by the Atlanta Falcons with the 33rd overall pick of the 1991 NFL Draft. Favre would be traded to the Packers a year later where he would become one of the league’s all-time top quarterbacks. Who from the 2012 Draft will be a future Hall of Famer? Time will tell. (AP)
GALLERY: Historic Photos of the NFL DraftKING: Thoughts on first round of draftPAULINE: Breaking down each team’s picks

Falcons rookie Deion Sanders takes a knee before a game against the Chiefs. Sanders was chosen by SI’s Chris Burke as the best No. 5 overall pick in NFL history, beating out LaDainian Tomlinson, Junior Seau and Mike Haynes. (Heinz Kluetmeier/SI)

BURKE: Sanders is my choice as best No. 5 draft pick of all time

Falcons rookie Deion Sanders takes a knee before a game against the Chiefs. Sanders was chosen by SI’s Chris Burke as the best No. 5 overall pick in NFL history, beating out LaDainian Tomlinson, Junior Seau and Mike Haynes. (Heinz Kluetmeier/SI)
BURKE: Sanders is my choice as best No. 5 draft pick of all time

Giants receiver Hakeem Nicks scampers for a 72-yard touchdown during the third quarter of Sunday’s game against the Falcons. New York defeated Atlanta 24-2 and will meet Green Bay next Sunday. (Damian Strohmeyer/SI)

KING MMQB: Wrapping up wildcard weekend, McDaniels returns to Pats
VIDEO: Giants turned their greatest weakness into their greatest strength
GAGNE: Giants looks super in victory over the Falcons | Report Card

Giants receiver Hakeem Nicks scampers for a 72-yard touchdown during the third quarter of Sunday’s game against the Falcons. New York defeated Atlanta 24-2 and will meet Green Bay next Sunday. (Damian Strohmeyer/SI)
KING MMQB: Wrapping up wildcard weekend, McDaniels returns to PatsVIDEO: Giants turned their greatest weakness into their greatest strengthGAGNE: Giants looks super in victory over the Falcons | Report Card

Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald leaps over Lawyer Milloy (36) and Chris Houston (23) to hauls in a touchdown pass during a 2009 game against the Falcons. In this week’s issue of Sports Illustrated, 324 NFL players were asked who they would want on the receiving end of a Hail Mary pass. (John W. McDonough/SI)           

GALLERY: NFL Players Poll - Best wide receiver to catch a Hail Mary

Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald leaps over Lawyer Milloy (36) and Chris Houston (23) to hauls in a touchdown pass during a 2009 game against the Falcons. In this week’s issue of Sports Illustrated, 324 NFL players were asked who they would want on the receiving end of a Hail Mary pass. (John W. McDonough/SI)           
GALLERY: NFL Players Poll - Best wide receiver to catch a Hail Mary