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Yall keep stammering for a badasz coach for this team.

Martz is the guy.

He is not what you call a "real nice guy aka players coach"

He will get into Matt Ryans head like he did with Warner.

Now who do you have as the supporting cast of Coaches under him.

Mike Tice as OC and Assistant HC

You just need a good DC and give that DC the #1 and #3 picks

#2 needs be a R OG.

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One of ryan's best attributes is reading the D and adjusting the play, and you want some control freak who doesnt let his QB audible?!?

GTFO

Which QB are you referring to?

Or are you just regurgitating some mindless dribble that you

heard somebody else say.

If you are referring to Warner, then you are really really wrong.

Are you referring to Cutler????????

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I'm not in Ryan's camp, for sure. Honestly, I'm not sure. In this generation of high powered offenses ... I'm leaning toward a defensive coach such as Seattle's DC.

How Dare you suggest somebody Other than Rex Ryan ?????? laugh.png

But your choice is forward thinking and I will give ya yer due respects.

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Yall keep stammering for a badasz coach for this team.

Martz is the guy.

He is not what you call a "real nice guy aka players coach"

He will get into Matt Ryans head like he did with Warner.

Now who do you have as the supporting cast of Coaches under him.

Mike Tice as OC and Assistant HC

You just need a good DC and give that DC the #1 and #3 picks

#2 needs be a R OG.

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You must really hate Matt Ryan. I can see 10 sacks per game with Martz and our OL.

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I just don't like the vertical scheme for Ryan. I think he is more of a west coast QB. Obviously, you got to go deep at times, but stretch the field horizontally, find a run game and run play action.

You seriously are not standing by what you just said??

"The Greatest Show on Turf" was the nickname for St. Louis Rams' record-breaking offense during the 1999, 2000, and 2001 National Football League seasons. The offense was designed by attack oriented offensive coordinator Mike Martz who advocated mixing both an aerial attack and run offense. The Rams' offense during these three seasons produced a largess of scoring, accrued yardage, three NFL MVP honors, and one Super Bowl title for the 1999 season.

How you gonna act now????

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