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  1. I understand that, which is why I think a younger hire will be made who can object and maybe see something that Pees cant. OAN I would love to see Earl Thomas given a second chance here if Rico is let go.
  2. https://theathletic.co.uk/2053857/2020/11/17/teaching-tuesday-dean-pees-titans-pressure-schemes/?redirected=1 Teaching Tuesdays: Breaking down Dean Pees’ ‘Odd Game 5’ By Ted Nguyen Nov 17, 2020 21 Before he retired this offseason, former Titans defensive coordinator Dean Pees led one of the most aggressive defenses in the NFL. This season, the Titans clearly miss him and his pressure schemes. The Titans went from averaging 2.6 sacks per game in 2019 to averaging just 1.2 per game this season. Sack totals can
  3. https://www.si.com/nfl/2020/11/18/mailbag-new-england-patriots-quarterback-cam-newton-future From the article: From Craig M (@Dolfan2334): Eric Bieniemy is expected to be the hot coaching name this offseason. Do you think he ends up in New York, Jacksonville or somewhere else? Craig, the one thing I’ve heard from a handful of people that’s gotten a little harder to ignore is the idea that Atlanta has its eyes on Bieiemy. The Falcons, obviously, are free now (with Dan Quinn gone) to vet candidates through background work and send whatever signals they want to a coach that
  4. Not going to happen. Wishful thinking I would love for this to happen, but as much as DQ has supposedly "learned from this past season" he still is stubborn and will not make any changes.
  5. This was because of the players not the coaching. The coaching hasnt changed but the talent has.
  6. I call it Dimibabble...I love the falcons, but im bout tired of our GM and HC
  7. I just think the way this entire off-season is being run is disastrous. No trying to be pessimistic but this stubbornness to improve will net us a new GM and HC next season.
  8. https://theathletic.com/850483/2019/03/04/schultz-dimitroff-says-falcons-have-cap-space-to-fix-problems/ This offseason has not instilled much excitement or joy in the Falcons’ fan base, even counting the announcement that hotdog prices at Mercedes-Benz Stadium are being dropped from $2 to $1.50, assuming you don’t include the accompanying cost of a PSL or a new car, whichever is cheaper. Dan Quinn blew up his coaching staff, which may or may not work out. Vic Beasley, the former first-round draft pick who has been underwhelming in three of his four seasons, was brought back at the f
  9. https://www.thefalcoholic.com/2019/1/7/18172501/report-atlanta-falcons-have-no-front-runner-for-oc-adam-gase-gary-kubiak-mike-mularkey
  10. He was saying that they wanted to saysomthing to the media last year...and that the only reason he did not say anything was because he is not D. Hall, also said coach smith got rid of the guys who did not believe they could win(take it for worth it's worth)If you heard and have more to add please feel free....
  11. ATLANTA FALCONS 2008 DRAFT NEEDSPosted by Mike Florio on March 25, 2008, 11:50 p.m. Here s a look at the perceived draft needs of the Atlanta Falcons, with heavy input from Matt Miller and David Gardner of NewEraScouting.com. Quarterback: After years of attempting to build around Michael Vick in the draft, the Falcons now need to use the draft to find a new quarterback. While Vick never completed 60 percent of his passes or threw for more than 3,000 yards in a season, he was a valuable part of their offense due to his running skills. Currently, the depth chart features Joey Harrington, C
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