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6. I think the Dirk Koetter hire in Atlanta is a nod to the fact that the Falcons wanted to throw the ball downfield more, and to improving their screen game (maybe in 2012 with Jacquizz Rogers). Koetter's not Mike Martz, but I do think he'll be more open to featuring Julio Jones and getting Matt Ryan to take three or four shots a game deep.

7. I think this shouldn't be a sign that Mike Mularkey wasn't a good hire in Jacksonville, because Mularkey is smart and a good quarterback teacher. But as the Falcons offensive coordinator he'd hit a wall with Matt Ryan, and the Falcons needed to make a change, and I believe if he wouldn't have gotten the head-coaching job with the Jags, the Falcons would have strongly considered making a change at the coordinator spot.

Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2012/writers/peter_king/01/16/divisionals/index.html#ixzz1jdga1hOZ

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everybody keeps using the Jags personnel as an excuse, but , this guy was considered a passing whiz and everyear since he has been there the Jags passing offense got worse, wheres a counterpoint to that?

A passing whiz without a passer is fairly useless. I suppose that's the only possible counterpoint to be made.

As to the OP, I don't see lies. Blank wants rings, and he has certain ideas about how to get them. I may disagree with the methods. I don't doubt the desire.

The NFL has changed. Blame the change on the new officiating, but the passing attack wins the games these days. The trend will strengthen under Goodell. We have no choice but to go with it.

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