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“A lot of people come in and talk,” said Twin Da Barber. “They want the Falcons to bring a championship to the city, but I’m not going to sit here and pretend to be a Falcons fan. I just got here five months ago.”

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“You can tell the difference between the bandwagoners and the die-hards,” said Daniel Arenas, who is getting a haircut at Anytime Cutz. “The die-hards are going crazy right now.”


But every year, he has been wrong. He has been wrong for so long that the Falcons helmet he keeps at his barber station is covered in a thick coat of gray dust. The Falcons flag hanging over the side of his station is sprinkled with hair clippings.

Atlanta is in the throes of Falcons fever.

Not far away, at Vintage Barbershop in the Healey building downtown, Melvin Malone agrees that this moment has been a long time coming. “I was amazed. I’ve been waiting a long time for this. We have to go all the way,” he said.

This has been going on for at least 30 minutes.

When Findley ends his phone call, Combs, who is wearing a T-shirt that says “Excuse the Falcon in Me,” hands him a sheet of paper — an Atlanta Falcons Bandwagon transfer sheet.

But Findley appears to be talking on his phone.

Malone, 63, who shines and repairs shoes at Vintage, recalled seeing his first Falcons game when he was a young boy growing up in Vine City. People can get really riled up when they start talking football at Vintage, Malone said. And it doesn’t help that he’s surrounded by haters.

“Ooooohhhhh!” said customers and fellow barbers.

He has his own way of dealing with those who aren’t Falcons fans and those shifty characters who have recently become Falcons fans but haven’t been in the trenches in the decades since the Falcons last traveled to the Super Bowl.