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I trusted Quinn because he took the team to the Super Bowl in his second season but I was never impressed with Sark at USC or Washington. If they really wanted to continue the Falcons offense from 2016 with Kyle, Lafleur was the best option to promote. What's done is done and the Falcons will have to deal with the consequences.

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Just now, MilleniumFalcon said:

I trusted Quinn because he took the team to the Super Bowl in his second season but I was never impressed with Sark at USC or Washington. If they really wanted to continue the Falcons offense from 2016 with Kyle, Lafleur was the best option to promote. What's done is done and the Falcons will have to deal with the consequences.

Spot on.

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3 minutes ago, MilleniumFalcon said:

I trusted Quinn because he took the team to the Super Bowl in his second season but I was never impressed with Sark at USC or Washington. If they really wanted to continue the Falcons offense from 2016 with Kyle, Lafleur was the best option to promote. What's done is done and the Falcons will have to deal with the consequences.

Nobody understands Shanny’s offense like Kubiak...cause much of it is Mike Shannahan’s/Kubiak’s.  Don’t be shocked if he calls plays for us in 2018

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4 minutes ago, MilleniumFalcon said:

I trusted Quinn because he took the team to the Super Bowl in his second season but I was never impressed with Sark at USC or Washington. If they really wanted to continue the Falcons offense from 2016 with Kyle, Lafleur was the best option to promote. What's done is done and the Falcons will have to deal with the consequences.

Quinn had little to do with us going to the Super Bowl-this is painfully apparent. We let the architects of one of the greatest offenses in league history walk out the door. What an arrogant fool. 

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1 minute ago, NashvilleFalcon01 said:

Please elaborate. I thought he was decent at USC, although having the kind of talent he did makes that a lot easier. 

His playcalling wasn't what I would call creative, left a lot to be desired. He had superior talent as did Norm Chow but Norm was always creative with his playcalling at USC.

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