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Do you want another Offensive Coordinator?


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  1. 1. Do you want another Offensive Coordinator?



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I think MM has to open up the playbook and use our weapons to their strengths. We have to believe that he is going to figure this out!!

This is the third season, he should have figured it out by now. We have too many weapons for us to keep going through the same ol plays.

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Mullarkey has been given enough offensive talent and plenty of time to prove himself as offensive coordinator. It's time Falcon management admit he simply doesn't have the guts or creativity to put the pieces together and come up with winning offensive game plans.

I truly believe if the Falcons were somehow able to get every super-star offensive player in the league signed up to their roster, that if they kept Mullarkey as offensive coordinator the offense would still SUCK.

You almost hope the Falcons finish 32nd in the league in all offensive categories this year so the organization will have no choice but to fire him, because otherwise it looks like he's here to stay no matter how miserable the offense performs every game, every season.

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You almost hope the Falcons finish 32nd in the league in all offensive categories this year so the organization will have no choice but to fire him, because otherwise it looks like he's here to stay no matter how miserable the offense performs every game, every season.

10th in scoring and just short of 6th in yards in 08, and 13th(just a few points from 10th) in 09. Yeah, he's THAT terrible. :rolleyes:

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I refuse to believe that another coordinator would take Roddy, Gonzo, Douglas, Norwood, Turner, heck at times even Eric Weems and not figure out that they need routes that allow them to catch the fricken ball in stride. we are wasting so much speed doing come backs and out routes. he also needs to spread out the formations. people complaining about Turner tiptoeing, heck if you got 8 blockers in front of you with 9 men plowing into them, it's gonna be hard to find a hole. a screen pass or 2 would have killed the Steelers Sunday. I'm not happy with Mularkey, but hey I'm not writing the checks

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Mullarkey has been given enough offensive talent and plenty of time to prove himself as offensive coordinator. It's time Falcon management admit he simply doesn't have the guts or creativity to put the pieces together and come up with winning offensive game plans.

I truly believe if the Falcons were somehow able to get every super-star offensive player in the league signed up to their roster, that if they kept Mullarkey as offensive coordinator the offense would still SUCK.

You almost hope the Falcons finish 32nd in the league in all offensive categories this year so the organization will have no choice but to fire him, because otherwise it looks like he's here to stay no matter how miserable the offense performs every game, every season.

I agree with you a 100%. I wish these types of votes really count for something.

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10th in scoring and just short of 6th in yards in 08, and 13th(just a few points from 10th) in 09. Yeah, he's THAT terrible. :rolleyes:

On the flip side of that, doesn't it make you wonder how much better we could have been if he spread the ball around and stretched the field a little bit? I love what we have going on, don't get me wrong; he!! call me greedy if you'd like but with the weapons that we have we should be taking at least 5-7 shots downfield a game. Did we even take one at all on Sunday? I cant really recall to be honest. Even if we did, it just shows how forgetful it was. Gamble a little bit here and there. But that's just me.

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I think any SANE person would agree that if we hypothetically had Sean Payton as our OC the Falcons would be a far more explosive, imaginative, and dangerous team offensively. And.............TONS more successful.

Payton as an OC would be a Porsche or Ferrari............Mularkey is a Toyota Minivan.

End of story.

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Heck here is an idea...How about the friggin players execute the plays that are called...

Agreed. The OC should also do something to hide his intentions. Troy P. was all over that play because we ran it so many times...Stevie Wonder saw that play coming. Can we ever see a true rb screen(o-line pulling) with Norwood or Snelling? I swear Atl is the only team that thinks the play can't work.

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B/C I choose to do a poll, hope you're not offended. B)

Trust me, not offended in the least. Cause you wanted to huh? You ever wonder why the boards get saturated at times, it the same stuff being posted by different posters, over and over and over. But no I'm not offended, carry on. BTW, this is first one i've particpated in, and, on the record MM is hot garbabe, for reasons that have been beaten to death already, On with your poll Sharky.

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Trust me, not offended in the least. Cause you wanted to huh? You ever wonder why the boards get saturated at times, it the same stuff being posted by different posters, over and over and over. But no I'm not offended, carry on. BTW, this is first one i've particpated in, and, on the record MM is hot garbabe, for reasons that have been beaten to death already, On with your poll Sharky.

Thank you sir.

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