Gameday Primer: Falcons vs. Texans

TV Information: The game will be broadcast on CBS beginning at 1:00 p.m.

Television crew: Kevin Harlan (play-by-play), Rich Gannon (color analyst)

Local Radio:92.9 The Game

National Radio: Sports USA Radio

Uniform Combination: The Falcons will wear red jerseys, white pants and black helmets. Click here for the 2015 uniform schedule

Referee crew: Carl Cheffers

Parking lots open: 8 a.m.

Gates open: 11 a.m.

Gate Giveaway: 40,000 pink flags

Yellow Lot Advisory: Traffic flow patterns that were implemented last season for the yellow lot will again be enforced for all Falcons home games in 2015. As was the for most of last season, anyone wanting to enter the yellow lot should use the entrances off of Northside Drive on the north side of the lot. The entrance off Ivan Allen Blvd. will not allow access into the yellow lot.

Ticket Information: Single game tickets, group seating, and game day suite options are currently available for 2015 home games.  Visit or email more information.

Falcons Landing: Falcons Landing serves as the pregame epicenter for Falcons fans prior to entering the Georgia Dome. Nestled between the Georgia Dome and Philips Area on Andrew Young International Blvd., Falcons Landing provides an energetic atmosphere and interactive games. Included will be a hospitality area for fans to be able to sit and watch NFL pregame shows with an opportunity for fans to purchase food, snacks and drinks pregame. Falcons Landing is free of charge and will be open from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. before Sunday's game. Please see below for some of the highlighted activities that will take place on Falcons Landing for this game:

  • Gritz & Jelly Butter (Soul, R&B and Reggae Band) will perform on the Main Stage of Falcons Landing from 11:00am to 11:45am; 12:15pm to 12:30pm.

Falcons March:The Falcons March will return on Sunday. Falcons Fans should meet at the bottom of International Blvd. (beside the CNN Center) at 11 a.m. The Falcons March will feature the following for this game:

  • The Falcons March will be led by the Martin Luther King Jr. High School Marching Band along with Breast Cancer Survivors from Northside Hospital.
  • Atlanta Falcons Drum Line will begin their performance at 11:15 a.m.
  • The Falcons March will begin at 11:30 a.m.

National Anthem:The national anthem will be preformed by Shades of Pink Choir, an Atlanta based breast cancer survivorship organization serving metro Atlanta. The mission of SOP* *is to strengthen the lives of all breast cancer survivors through fellowship, networking, support, sharing, encouragement, and education.

Color Guard:  Flowery Branch HS JROTC will be presenting the Colors to help honor America during the National Anthem.

Halftime Entertainment:Halftime of Monday's game will feature a Northside Tribute to Breast Cancer Survivors and a performance by Martin Luther King Jr. HS Marching Band.

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