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Think back, Pioli lead the statements from the branch that the falcons didnt feel comfortable with Austin due to his coordinator choices. We like you, but we dont like all this first year stuff. Ok, Austin goes back, rethinks what HE wanted to do as a head coach, makes a call to Gase, who is reportedly a close friend, gets a agreement that if Austin is hired as head coach of the falcons, and Gase is NOT offered the Denver job, they will pair up in Atlanta.

Falcons go ahead with second interview, Austin reports the pairing with Gase, letting the falcons know he is OPEN to what will make them happy with his coordinators. Takes falcons by surprise, who come up with the " we like you, but we wanna do our due diligence and make a decision later on whats best for the falcon organization."

Austin, frustrated, calls the Broncos and tells them he is not interested in a second interview because the Falcon experience has left him to rightfully believe he is wasting his time. Decides to stay in Detroit as their coordinator and if a REAL chance at a head coaching opportunity comes up in the next couple years, will interview again.

Its simple folks, Austin is NOT going to be the falcon head coach, get ready for Quinn and Shanahan...........

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Think back, Pioli lead the statements from the branch that the falcons didnt feel comfortable with Austin due to his coordinator choices. We like you, but we dont like all this first year stuff. Ok, Austin goes back, rethinks what HE wanted to do as a head coach, makes a call to Gase, who is reportedly a close friend, gets a agreement that if Austin is hired as head coach of the falcons, and Gase is NOT offered the Denver job, they will pair up in Atlanta.

Falcons go ahead with second interview, Austin reports the pairing with Gase, letting the falcons know he is OPEN to what will make them happy with his coordinators. Takes falcons by surprise, who come up with the " we like you, but we wanna do our due diligence and make a decision later on whats best for the falcon organization."

Austin, frustrated, calls the Broncos and tells them he is not interested in a second interview because the Falcon experience has left him to rightfully believe he is wasting his time. Decides to stay in Detroit as their coordinator and if a REAL chance at a head coaching opportunity comes up in the next couple years, will interview again.

Its simple folks, Austin is NOT going to be the falcon head coach, get ready for Quinn and Shanahan...........

You are correct sir.

Quinn has been the choice since Day one. They just had to go through the "process". If Quinn is the choice, I hope like **** he works out.

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I think Austin has better things to do with his time than try and stick it to the Falcons front office, whether he was actually insulted by Pioli or that was just a perceived slight.

Austin is a grown-azz man. This isn't high school.

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Think back, Pioli lead the statements from the branch that the falcons didnt feel comfortable with Austin due to his coordinator choices. We like you, but we dont like all this first year stuff. Ok, Austin goes back, rethinks what HE wanted to do as a head coach, makes a call to Gase, who is reportedly a close friend, gets a agreement that if Austin is hired as head coach of the falcons, and Gase is NOT offered the Denver job, they will pair up in Atlanta.

Falcons go ahead with second interview, Austin reports the pairing with Gase, letting the falcons know he is OPEN to what will make them happy with his coordinators. Takes falcons by surprise, who come up with the " we like you, but we wanna do our due diligence and make a decision later on whats best for the falcon organization."

Austin, frustrated, calls the Broncos and tells them he is not interested in a second interview because the Falcon experience has left him to rightfully believe he is wasting his time. Decides to stay in Detroit as their coordinator and if a REAL chance at a head coaching opportunity comes up in the next couple years, will interview again.

Its simple folks, Austin is NOT going to be the falcon head coach, get ready for Quinn and Shanahan...........

You say Quinn and Shanahan like it's a bad thing.

So, the falcons don't hire him and he blows off the interview with another team?

WTF? why does he assume that the Broncos are going to treat him the same way?

Ever notice how many interviews young coordinators do before they get a HC job? Obviously not, because you'd know that what Austin is going through is absolutely typical of a young coach getting a new job.

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We didnt interview him to satisfy the Rooney rule so this was a real opportunity and it may well still be his job

Its Quinn. Why you think Rex Ryan jumped at that cluster that is buffalo. buffalo and the jets are the SAME cluster. He JUMPED on the opportunity, because like Bowles found out, and Austin found out the hard way, the falcons, like another poster said, are ALL CHIPS on the table for Quinn. Its Quinn or bust, and all these coaches that have interviewed with the Falcons, knew that the falcons werent giving them a real opportunity, for whatever reason. That reason is Quinn.......

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I think Austin has better things to do with his time than try and stick it to the Falcons front office, whether he was actually insulted by Pioli or that was just a perceived slight.

Austin is a grown-azz man. This isn't high school.

nobody said he is trying to stick it to the falcons. the man tried to get hired, knows he is not gonna get the job in atlanta or denver, and isnt gonna waste his time interviewing again this year. whats the problem with that? if the falcons called him today and offered the job, he would still take it, but he knows that phone call isnt coming.....

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Think back, Pioli lead the statements from the branch that the falcons didnt feel comfortable with Austin due to his coordinator choices. We like you, but we dont like all this first year stuff. Ok, Austin goes back, rethinks what HE wanted to do as a head coach, makes a call to Gase, who is reportedly a close friend, gets a agreement that if Austin is hired as head coach of the falcons, and Gase is NOT offered the Denver job, they will pair up in Atlanta.

Falcons go ahead with second interview, Austin reports the pairing with Gase, letting the falcons know he is OPEN to what will make them happy with his coordinators. Takes falcons by surprise, who come up with the " we like you, but we wanna do our due diligence and make a decision later on whats best for the falcon organization."

Austin, frustrated, calls the Broncos and tells them he is not interested in a second interview because the Falcon experience has left him to rightfully believe he is wasting his time. Decides to stay in Detroit as their coordinator and if a REAL chance at a head coaching opportunity comes up in the next couple years, will interview again.

Its simple folks, Austin is NOT going to be the falcon head coach, get ready for Quinn and Shanahan...........

Or then, maybe you should put this much time into your own job so that you'll qualify for a promotion like Austin's trying to get.

Assuming that you work, of course...

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I doubt if Austin would potentially damage his reputation by playing silly games your suggesting.

If he dont get hired this year, there is a good chance he will next year. He wont if he get a reputation of trying go stick it to teams who dont hire him as you asserting.

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If Teryl Austin does not get the Atlanta Falcons' head coaching job, he'll be back calling plays as defensive coordinator of the Detroit Lions.

That's the latest on a swirling coaching front after Austin pulled out of a scheduled interview with the Denver Broncos today.

Austin's decision to not interview with the Broncos, which was first reported by ESPN, was as much about what appears to be happening in Denver as with his own prospects.

Austin had a second interview with the Falcons on Thursday and, by all accounts, impressed the group of executives that included team president Rich McKay, general manager Thomas Dimitroff and assistant GM Scott Pioli.

http://www.freep.com/story/sports/nfl/lions/2015/01/16/teryl-austin-broncos-falcons-lions/21853961/

smh ... ppl just assuming ****

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