gafalcon1 Posted March 24, 2015 Share Posted March 24, 2015 (edited) Didnt like the move at first. I was looking at the falcons roster, and decided that either Bowles or Austin would fit the personnel better because of their scheming. I saw it as another falcon blunder. When Quinn said " we want to play faster", that changed my perception of him. What he is saying is they are simplifying the schemes so that the players can REACT and not think too much. Nolan/Smith went down that route already. I say all this to say that if Quinn fails, i think it will be more a result of the front office not getting the TALENT into his system, vs what Quinn himself is gonna do.No matter what system you run, you got to have the players ( which is the reason for my uproar about not getting at least Hardy or a next level edge rusher during free agency). We still need a infusion of talent, but i believe Quinn is gonna use players like Hagemann, Shembo, etc. the way they should be used. I seriously see us going about 8-8 this coming season.Dimitroff/Pioli/Banner have to produce during this draft to get that foundation going because, this is a two year project at most. Again, ive bashed the falcons, but the Quinn move was the right move, now its time to step up their game in the front office or the Quinn hire will not matter. Ive always preferred defenses that can react, vs ones who have to think too much. Aint no time for all that: Edited March 24, 2015 by atlbenz Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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