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The truly sad thing is that it took this for us all to agree that he was terrible this year. We had a whole season's worth of film of this man calling head-scratching play one after another but it took a playoff loss to Nick Foles for us to get it.

And even now, we'll blame the guards. And yeah, they didn't play well. But it doesn't make it better when Sarkisian INSISTS on running directly up the gut when he knows we're mismatched there. Even with that HUGE mismatch, we were still in position to win and Sarkisian calls up 4 of the most pitiful plays in our season's most crucial moment.

People defended Mularkey like this too. It took us scoring 2pts in the playoffs for y'all to stop that nonsense. And without our defense and special teams forcing turnovers, we could have **** well been shutout tonight.

If this isn't a wake-up call to the Sark apologists, nothing will be. Offense was ill-prepared, out-of-sync and SLOPPY all year. If Sarkisian doesn't get at least some of that blame, then maybe OCs aren't in control of jack ****.

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It's both. It's his play calling and execution.  His problem is he is in charge of both. You have to run a route in a certain way, be at a position on the field at a certain time in a west coast offense. Shanahan coached the details, that's why the offense was si crisp. He doesn't call plays well that consistently, but even when he does call a good play it's not executed because of the lack of detail. You can see it in the game. No timing, not a real detail of the QB KNOWING what a player is going to do given the coverage on the field. You gain execution through coaching, repetition, practice. 

 

The problem is both, he's in charge of both.

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14 minutes ago, falconsrus said:

Deion is correct... Rumour is Pete Carrol may want Sark but will Quinn let him walk? I hope so Should have run the f#$%^&^in ball  instead of flippin flippen it to T Ward 

That call may have even been worse than the fourth down call. 

Wait.. No, the fourth down call was ten times worse. 

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Frustration has been building all season long with Sark.  This game may just push the needle in the FO over the limit.  Well at least that is what one could hope.  It's funny because I remember how bad we looked in the pre-season on offense and everyone said that Falcons were intentionally not showing their real schemes and what they planned to do on offense once the season started.  Well it looks like that was just more BS.  

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24 minutes ago, datchrisb1 said:

It's both. It's his play calling and execution.  His problem is he is in charge of both. You have to run a route in a certain way, be at a position on the field at a certain time in a west coast offense. Shanahan coached the details, that's why the offense was si crisp. He doesn't call plays well that consistently, but even when he does call a good play it's not executed because of the lack of detail. You can see it in the game. No timing, not a real detail of the QB KNOWING what a player is going to do given the coverage on the field. You gain execution through coaching, repetition, practice. 

 

The problem is both, he's in charge of both.

This should be in the running for post of the year! 

You are exactly right!!!

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4 hours ago, falconjam said:

To open the door for sark and kick him out. He said them goal line plays worst thing he has seen with game on the line.

The play was terrible, but Sark's options shorten drastically with the interior OL we have.  Do we really have the ability to gain two yards, between the tackles?  Not really, and it gets even worse close to the goal line.   

Sark has schemed around the deficiency all season long and his tendencies were spotted.  

Shanny had to do the same last season, at it cost us the Super Bowl.  So, kicking Sark out can be done, but it won't fix our offensive weakness.

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37 minutes ago, etherdome said:

The play was terrible, but Sark's options shorten drastically with the interior OL we have.  Do we really have the ability to gain two yards, between the tackles?  Not really, and it gets even worse close to the goal line.   

Sark has schemed around the deficiency all season long and his tendencies were spotted.  

Shanny had to do the same last season, at it cost us the Super Bowl.  So, kicking Sark out can be done, but it won't fix our offensive weakness.

I hear what you're trying to say, but you're making excuses for an otherwise inexcusable set of calls.

Yes, the OL played bad yesterday, especially the interior, but it wasn't like there weren't opportunities to make plays. Every play isn't going have a clean pocket with perfect throwing lanes. Sometimes you have to play through it. The OL was bad, but they at least gave us a chance to win at the end. Sark did not.

I was ok with the 1st down 1o1 fade attempt to Julio, but after that Sark basically shyte the bed. He went into college play call mode and neither of those last 3 plays were close to working. He was beyond horrible. That's on him, plain n' simple.

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1 hour ago, 11=team said:

How you can go from the 8th best offense in the history of the NFL to averaging just one touchdown per game in the last four contest is rather strange, but KS sucked his first year as OC.  Give him a chance, we made it to the playoffs.

The whole reason Sark was supposed to be an asset was he was bringing in “the same offense” versus Matt & Co. having to learn another one.

No Alex Mack in 2015.

No Sanu.

No Gabriel.

Coleman missed half the year.

Execution was an issue at times but we gotta face facts, Sark just stunk.  He’ll be here next year stinking it up though and we’ll hear DQ doing more defending of him.

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IMO the players don't believe in Sark but are too professional to let it leak out of the locker room. I think that would explain some of the execution errors, after all if you don't believe in the system how hard are you gonna try? These guys were one year removed from playing world class chess on the field in 2016 and then here comes Sark with his Shoots and Ladders game board.

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