Magic Man Posted January 9, 2012 Share Posted January 9, 2012 I've seen a lot of people calling Ryan the problem. Calling the coaches the problem, calling TD the problem, but the truth is, this thing is broken. The entire team from top to bottom needs to be reviewed and looked at, to see if we can move forward and finally create a winner that can also transfer that success to the Postseason. For me there is not one place that all the blame falls...it falls on this entire organization. The Falcons are the problem. To listen to Blank's comments after the game, TD and Smith are safe, so those arguments, no matter how valid can be put to rest, but no player, and everyone knows I love Ryan, but NO player is safe now. This team has shown over and over and over (3 overs for the amount of playoff losses) that they cannot compete with teams with playoff teams, and this year, we knew it, but many (like myself), continued to buy this bill of goods that this was a good team that would eventually hit it's stride.It's taken a third consecutive loss in three consecutive ties to realize that this team has hit it's ceiling, as currently constructed. Without changes to coaching and personnel, this team will always be good, but not great.Jim Collins said: "Good is the enemy of great", and thas how I feel about the Falcons today. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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