fansince78 Posted January 9, 2012 Share Posted January 9, 2012 It is not as bad for me because I was expecting the loss, but I did think the offense would put up some points. Anyway, After the smoke clears and the dust settles, it will be clear that changes have to be made. The offense has consisted of nothing but plays that were preventable because they were so predictable. I could predict almost every play they were going to run the entire season. If I could (I'll bet you could too), you know people getting paid to study film could as well. If we had the biggest and strongest OL in the league, we probably could line up on 4th down needing a yard and get it by moving the pile. Since we don't, maybe we should have other plays designed to pick up that yard when necessary. The Falcons do exactly what is expected and that is why an average defense can look so good against them. The offense has been as predictable as the tide table and that is why they looked so bad today and during the season. Denver did not line up in overtime and do exactly what the Steelers expected and that is why they won. What would the Falcons have done in that position? Here is hoping that the right decision is made in replacing MM with an OC that can make something of this offense. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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