“The way we lost and how we lost, it stuck with us,” Falcons defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux said of his team’s 29-28 loss to the Chiefs in December on Eric Berry’s momentum-turning “pick-2” interception. “It was a bad feeling we had, and we just didn’t want to feel that way anymore, and we did all we could to make sure we won every Sunday from then on.”
“The way we lost and how we lost, it stuck with us,” Falcons defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux said of his team’s 29-28 loss to the Chiefs in December on Eric Berry’s momentum-turning “pick-2” interception. “It was a bad feeling we had, and we just didn’t want to feel that way anymore, and we did all we could to make sure we won every Sunday from then on.” Curtis Compton The Associated Press
“The way we lost and how we lost, it stuck with us,” Falcons defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux said of his team’s 29-28 loss to the Chiefs in December on Eric Berry’s momentum-turning “pick-2” interception. “It was a bad feeling we had, and we just didn’t want to feel that way anymore, and we did all we could to make sure we won every Sunday from then on.” Curtis Compton The Associated Press

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