NFL-Falcons ready to move on from Super Bowl collapse

The Atlanta Falcons are done licking their wounds following last season's epic Super Bowl collapse, refusing to dwell on the past as they get set to open a new season that they refuse to call a redemption tour. The Falcons blew a commanding 28-3 second-half lead and then lost in overtime to the New England Patriots in February's Super Bowl, a record-setting collapse that will stick with the players for the rest of their lives. "Our mindset is really … it's really locked," Falcons head coach Dan Quinn told ESPN.