Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'deep breath'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Falcons Boards
    • Talk About the Falcons
    • Around the NFL
    • Pure Football
    • NFL Draft and Free Agency
    • Talk About The Atlanta Braves
    • Talk About the Atlanta Hawks
    • Talk About the Atlanta United FC
    • Rival Central
    • College Sports Forum
    • Dome Field Advantage
    • Falcons Game Day Discussion
    • Tailgating Central
    • Road Trip!
    • Training Camp Observations
    • Falcons 365 Merchandise Forum
    • Suggestion Box
    • Graphics and Multimedia
    • Contest Forum
  • Miscellaneous Forums
    • Fantasy Football and Video Gaming
    • Anything but Football
    • Anything But Logic
    • Thread Hall of Fame

Calendars

  • Community Calendar

Categories

  • Articles

Found 1 result

  1. Falcons owner: Coach Dan Quinn 'is not the problem' (NFL.com) "It's a reason, but it's not an excuse," Blank said of the injuries. "That's what the coach would tell you. That's what the players would tell you. There have been some crippling injuries, but other guys have stepped up and played the best they can. Some cases, that's good enough. In some cases, not quite." Quinn's defense was decimated by injuries to impact starters. The replacements, however, haven't been disastrous, which puts the onus on the coaching staff. Entering Thursday's tilt, the Falcons D ranked 32nd in DVOA by Football Outsiders. While Quinn is safe, the same can't be assumed for offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian. While the coach has vocally supported his assistants all season, the offense has averaged 17.3 points per game over the past three tilts. With the type of offensive talent, the lulls are inexcusable. After exorcizing the red-zone issues in the middle of the season, they've crept back up for the embattled coordinator. With the playoff dreams effectively dead after Thursday's turnover-filled loss, the Falcons will try to right the ship down the stretch with Quinn and hope any momentum gained can help fuel offseason optimism. If not, perhaps some other changes might be in order in Atlanta.