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Fulton County employees throw Falcons pep rally

FULTON COUNTY, GA (CBS46) -

From security guards to Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard - hundreds of Fulton County employees spent their lunch break on Friday cheering on the Falcons.

Some of them ditched their suits for Falcons gear - Howard actually did this on stage - and fans like Courtney Blalock have one wish.

"I believe. I just really believe. I'm so excited," Blalock said. "I cried last week because they almost gave me a heart attack. I hope they do not give me a heart attack this week. So don't blow your 20 point lead y'all. Let's go to the dome baby."

Organizers brought out part of the Grady High School band, Atlanta Falcons cheerleader alumni and even former Falcons wide receiver Terance Mathis.

"This is a whole big Falcon family. When it comes down to the Falcon family and getting ready for the big game this is what you want to see," Mathis said. "I just wish the players could see this right now."

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