ShmevinShmarris

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  1. To be fair he's right. We were out of hot water without the holding call there.
  2. I had thought Quinn said it but maybe I'm mistaken. I'll look around for it. Regardless playing cover one is way more taxing than cover 3. Not sure how you can even try to argue that. http://mmqb.si.com/mmqb/2017/02/06/nfl-super-bowl-51-li-atlanta-falcons-defense-collapse-dan-quinn-kyle-shanahan-new-england-patriots "More importantly, however, was the style of snaps the Falcons were playing. As expected, they defended the Patriots primarily with man coverage. When a defender plays man-to-man, he’s chasing an offensive player all over the field. That’s considerably more taxing than sitting back in zone. Furthermore, Falcons defenders often matched to specific receivers in man. With the Patriots’ limitless supply of formations, those defenders were often crossing the field back and forth before the snap. Because chances were, if a defender’s man aligned in, say, the left slot on one play, he very well could be aligned near the right sideline on the next. The 35- to 40-yard jogs that a defender takes to follow this add up. In fact, many NFL coaches who play man coverage will implement extra snaps of zone or limit their specific man-matchup calls in order to mitigate fatigue. Mind you, this is all just with the secondary. There are also defensive linemen, who wear down faster than any position. They’re constantly firing off the ball and wrestling with 300-pound blockers. That’s why Dan Quinn, like the rest of the NFL, employs a deep rotation up front. But on 93 snaps, even rotating defensive linemen succumb to exhaustion. That’s what happened Sunday night. As the Falcons’ back-seven defenders grew tired chasing receivers before and after the snap, their front four grew tired chasing Tom Brady. The declining pass rush became a problem, including when the Falcons did play some of their staple Cover-3 zone in the second half. With the D-line tiring, the pressure that had been hounding Brady (he endured five sacks and about three times as many hits) dried up. Dwight Freeney stopped eating left tackle Nate Solder’s lunch. Grady Jarrett, who was sensational, flashed less. Vic Beasley no longer made noise. And that’s when the greatest quarterback of all time rediscovered the precision accuracy that had evaded him for the first three quarters. With Brady in a clean pocket and throwing in rhythm, the Patriots had no trouble moving the ball. This is where people want to assign blame. Quinn played too much man coverage! Matt Ryan and Kyle Shanahan blew it in crunch time, forcing Atlanta’s defense back on the field! No."
  3. False. Quinn has even said they were gassed from running too much cover one. Thanks for playing though.
  4. Can't run cover one all game man. That's why our defense was gassed. Offense couldn't stay on the field to sustain many drives in the second half.
  5. True we ran a lot more stunts towards the end of the season. But that could be attributed to our defense having more experience at that point as well.
  6. And to think we almost hired parcells
  7. https://ibb.co/d67y85
  8. I disagree. Any time his number has been called he's answered. That's all you can ask for.
  9. The guy was asked to describe his game
  10. Yep. Should have went with a tougher one but was looking at takks combine compared to vics and man.. Vics combine was disgusting lol
  11. CE RESULTS 40 YARD DASH: 4.53 SEC BENCH PRESS: 35 REPS VERTICAL JUMP: 41.0 INCH BROAD JUMP: 130.0 INCH 3 CONE DRILL: 6.91 SEC 20 YARD SHUTTLE: 4.15 SEC no googling!
  12. Spoon was balling before he got hurt last tbh
  13. I disagree saying that we didn't deserve a chance. The game went into overtime. Meaning with as big of a collapse as we had the patriots had a collapse of equal magnitude to start the game. Yes, we blew it. Yes, we deserved another chance in overtime.
  14. Odom posted 17 1/2 tackles for loss, 12 1/2 sacks, forced four fumbles and even blocked five kicks during his senior season.