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  1. I'm just ready for this clown show to be over. Raheem apparently has no more control of Koetter than DQ did. Clean house!
  2. Use Hurst more to take away their safeties and LBs from blitzing. Bring back the crossing, rub routes and for God sake put the receivers in motion to hit them on the move. Also a few wheel routes to Gurley or Ito out of the backfield. Just don't keep trying to run Gurley up the middle when the defense has six or more in the box.
  3. I'd just rather see Hurst get more passes than Gurley. Bottom line is this offense has more success when Ryan gets to spread the ball around to everyone to keep defenses guessing. Plus, you have to use the TE to scheme LBs from blitzing Ryan--especially the Saints.
  4. Hurst is still vastly underutilized in Koetter's offense. With his speed we should be attacking teams and forcing their LB/safety to cover. One more thing for defenses to prepare for.
  5. I'm disappointed Raheem seems to be allowing the same thing that happened under DQ to continue: 1) Offense tries to milk the clock too early in the third quarter, 2) Defense eases up on continuing to attack the offense and gives up too many points late in games Keep your foot on the opponent's neck!!!
  6. So you're telling me all of these guys were fired as GM and promoted to a higher position in the same organization the year they were fired?
  7. Tell me one NFL exec in any other organization that was fired and promoted within the same organization??? Waiting...
  8. The fact that McKay was FIRED as GM and promoted to CEO/President afterwards, tells you all you need to know about the dysfunction called Arthur Blank!!! That's the sign of a weak owner/leader
  9. This staff and majority of players are so overrated!
  10. We can only hope!!! I wonder who's the genius that wanted him back in Atlanta?
  11. Very insightful article. Let's see how the team performs for him over the next 11 games.
  12. " The who’s in charge problem: McKay effectively was fired as the GM when Dimitroff was hired in 2008. McKay was retained by Blank for his longtime ties to the league and his ability to help get a new stadium deal done. Once the stadium deal was done, McKay slowly worked his way back into football ops, passing up a potential opportunity with the league. Before the 2019 season, Blank surprisingly slid him back into a prominent position, effectively creating a layer between ownership and football ops. It was not a popular decision inside the building. McKay reaffirmed the organizational str
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