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  1. Hi all P4PATL is back with another show. Jimmy and Mike do a breakdown of Atlanta Falcons coaching staff. Gives us your take on this topic as well.
  2. I misread some numbers and then started spouting off how DK sucks at running the ball. Although I feel he can get away from running the ball and I don’t like it, I based a whole argument off of incorrect numbers. My apologies. Next time I’ll look closer. @FalconFanSince1970 and @blkbigdog35 I gave you false information. @Falcons Fan MVP @raysnill1 @Ovie_Lover and I’ll even throw in in @Boise Falcon Fan whomever else I forgot your name but you were right and I was wrong. I’m gonna go drink a beer now. Rise up boys and girls
  3. I forgot how long we held onto the ball back then. And not a penalty in sight.
  4. Hi all, J.R. Clark from Pound 4 Pound ATL. Shares his thoughts on the Atlanta Falcons offense. As he shares his thoughts. We look forward to hearing yours. #Riseup
  5. .....the team hasn't made Koetter available for interviews, had a presser to announce the hiring (with him there, etc.)? I remember Shanahan having a lot of access to the media. I've been looking forward to hearing Koetter's thoughts on the offense and how he will run it, how much autonomy he'll have, his philosophy for this team at this time, etc. But nothing -- radio silence. Any thoughts on why they aren't publicizing this hire more?
  6. Dirk Koetter: Defenses keep Julio Jones from fade routes in red zone By Vaughn McClure | November 18, 2014 8:05:47 PM PST FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- While Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter steered clear of why wide receiver screens haven't been successful, he did offer an explanation for not throwing more fade routes to Julio Jones in the red zone. "Well, most teams that play us, when they are playing man coverage, are usually doubling [Julio]," Koetter said. "So they usually have a safety doubling over the top. Percentage-wise, it wouldn't be in your best interest to throw it.
  7. Didn't see it posted yet http://blogs.ajc.com/mark-bradley-blog/2012/06/20/koetter-is-out-to-upgrade-the-falcons-one-explosion-at-a-time/ Flowery Branch – Dirk Koetter doesn’t come across as a guy who plans to reinvent the wheel or the screen door or even the screen pass. There’s not one whiff of Boy Genius about him, probably because he’s not a boy (he’s 53) and surely because a coordinator who at his last stop presided over the NFL’s lowest-rated offense has been served a heaping helping of humility. But that’s OK. In football, “geniuses” tend to flame out quicker than you can say, “Mi
  8. http://www.ajc.com/sports/atlanta-falcons/falcons-koetter-follows-in-1311695.html Sorry if already posted. By D. Orlando Ledbetter The Atlanta Journal-Constitution FLOWERY BRANCH — Back in 1985, Dirk Koetter decided to leave the small town of Pocatello, Idaho, to chase his dream of one day becoming like his father. Falcons blog with D. Orlando Ledbetter » Roddy White wins PFWA’s ‘Good Guy’ Award Fan blog: The Bird Cage » Falcons Fans Shocked by Dirk Koetter Hire Mark Bradley on Falcons » The Falcons had to change to move forward, and they have Jeff Schultz on Falcons » Falco
  9. First off let me introduce this by welcoming Dirk Koetter, and here's to having a turn around season on offense next year. I understand that many of you are very very angry about this hiring, however the man deserves the benefit of the doubt and here is why. 1.) He never had the personnel to succed in Jacksonville. First let me post a regrade from WalterFootball.com, all the forum members were asked to look back and regrade the 2009 draft, that was Gene Smith's first year in Jacksonville and his first draft. Here's what the Jags fans said about it. Round 1, Pick 8 - Eugene Monroe (OT) A decent
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