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Well at least he realizes his mistakes. Rivera thought, and still thinks, it was a smart move to run the ball up the gut with 3 vanilla *** running plays because he wanted to "force the Falcons to use their timeouts" and rely on Gano hitting a 45-yarder (lol which he obviously missed), nevermind the fact the team had finally started showing some life and was moving down field at will at that moment... then he pulls the plug on the offense.

Keep in mind even if Gano made the FG, the Falcons still had 1:30 left to get in FG range and kick the game winner. In his words, that was his idea to "win the game".

The man is a frickin' retard. He just now realized that Avant, Cotchery, and Bersin were virtually the same exact type of receiver. Slow and unathletic with supposed "good hands" despite them all dropping balls left and right. He states the offense needs speed, so he cuts Avant, yet proceeds to only tryout WRs with speed in the 4.7 range. He's still thinking there's going to be some sort of breakthrough on the offensive line... the same offensive line that's easily the worst in the league and features 4 UDFAs, came into the season with an unproven LT, RT, RG, and absolutely zero depth... and that's when it was healthy.

And that's all just in the past week...

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Well at least he realizes his mistakes. Rivera thought, and still thinks, it was a smart move to run the ball up the gut with 3 vanilla *** running plays because he wanted to "force the Falcons to use their timeouts" and rely on Gano hitting a 45-yarder (lol which he obviously missed), nevermind the fact the team had finally started showing some life and was moving down field at will at that moment... then he pulls the plug on the offense.

Keep in mind even if Gano made the FG, the Falcons still had 1:30 left to get in FG range and kick the game winner. In his words, that was his idea to "win the game".

The man is a frickin' retard. He just now realized that Avant, Cotchery, and Bersin were virtually the same exact type of receiver. Slow and unathletic with supposed "good hands" despite them all dropping balls left and right. He states the offense needs speed, so he cuts Avant, yet proceeds to only tryout WRs with speed in the 4.7 range. He's still thinking there's going to be some sort of breakthrough on the offensive line... the same offensive line that's easily the worst in the league and features 4 UDFAs, came into the season with an unproven LT, RT, RG, and absolutely zero depth... and that's when it was healthy.

And that's all just in the past week...

Im pretty sure he realizes almost all his mistakes in his head. not like it does any good if you're going to do the same stupid crap over and over. How can 99 percent of fans know not to call a timeout but him. And he's the head coach who is "supposed to know this team better than we do". ****, that might be true but everyone else surely knows the game better than his ***. Edited by Falcon Little
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Im pretty sure he realizes almost all his mistakes in his head. not like it does any good if you're going to do the same stupid crap over and over. How can 99 percent of fans know not to call a timeout but him. And he's the head coach who is "supposed to know this team better than we do". ****, that might be true but everyone else surely knows the game better than his ***.

It's an example of why it's dumb for people to flaunt their credentials in trying to argue a point, and stick to actually trying to prove your point. People who do that get on my nerves, because just because you know a topic well doesn't mean your never wrong, someone may happen to know something you don't know.

Smith in all honesty is probably smarter than most of us when it comes to football overall, coaching and etc....but that decision was INCREDIBLY stupid, and most of us would have made a better call. It's similar to Donavan McNabb not knowing the game could end in a tie in 2008. When PHI and CIN tied in 2008, he expected there to be a second OT quarter..and there wasn't lol.

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It's an example of why it's dumb for people to flaunt their credentials in trying to argue a point, and stick to actually trying to prove your point. People who do that get on my nerves, because just because you know a topic well doesn't mean your never wrong, someone may happen to know something you don't know.

Smith in all honesty is probably smarter than most of us when it comes to football overall, coaching and etc....but that decision was INCREDIBLY stupid, and most of us would have made a better call. It's similar to Donavan McNabb not knowing the game could end in a tie in 2008. When PHI and CIN tied in 2008, he expected there to be a second OT quarter..and there wasn't lol.

Then topped it off with "I'd hate to see what happens in the playoffs"

Lol

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