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Sark is the problem....PERIOD

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48 minutes ago, youngbloodz said:

Ryan had Sanu open on 3rd down. He was right there. Ryan didn't see him 

 

3rd down was the play where Ryan was hit almost immediately. He wouldnt have been able to get the ball to Sanu on that down. Ive attached screencaps of the 2nd and 3rd down plays. Sanu and ridley up top, but neither were open.

 

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Sark didn't try to challenge the defense at all during the game. In 2016 Matt was hitting several targets every game, he ended with the most TDs to multiple receivers than any other QB...that all changed when Sark stepped in. Sark is lost. 

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5 hours ago, WPGFALCONSFAN said:

One of the saddest offensive performances I have seen, especially when you consider the talent we have out there. It was almost comical how bush league we looked on offense. Sark was not only a bad hire, but may end up stealing 2-3 years of this teams window to win a SB. As long as he's here we have no chance. 

This is exactly how I feel.  I've seen enough of him to know he's still clueless.  Already wasted last year & just wondering how much off this season he'll be allowed to waste.

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3 minutes ago, nomak said:

Sark didn't try to challenge the defense at all during the game. In 2016 Matt was hitting several targets every game, he ended with the most TDs to multiple receivers than any other QB...that all changed when Sark stepped in. Sark is lost. 

Did Shanahan run through Philly.

Did Shanahan have the seasonal drops like last year.

He's not lost

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2nd 4th, Ridley set an illegal pick for Coleman that sprung him free, but theres no way that would have gone un-flagged. Sanu and Hooper running into double coverage. Not many choices for matt there.

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6 hours ago, MD-FalconFan13 said:

To an untrained eye, I can get why you think that. But there are ZERO open reads created by the OC. Just take plays like the Philly special that schemes players open. Think how many open plays Shanahan created for everyone. This is what OCs do. It shouldn't be all on the QB. 

 matt refusing to step up into the pocket and get rid of the ball was also a problem.

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10 minutes ago, Mid-Nite-Toker said:

Did Shanahan run through Philly.

Did Shanahan have the seasonal drops like last year.

He's not lost

He's not preparing the team. This is pretty much the same offense...they didn't just forget how to play football. Leadership has much to do with it...as does scheme. Philly was not challenged at all. Sark called liked he was afraid to lose. 

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Just now, birdz4i said:

 matt refusing to step up into the pocket and get rid of the ball was also a problem.

What? Step up...where? He barely had room to fart most of the game. He did not refuse to but when he was able he did. 

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2 minutes ago, nomak said:

He's not preparing the team. This is pretty much the same offense...they didn't just forget how to play football. Leadership has much to do with it...as does scheme. Philly was not challenged at all. Sark called liked he was afraid to lose. 

What? Our oline wasn't dominating.

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We looked exactly like we did last year, no improvement, something needs to change. Whoever's at fault, mostly the offense (12 points) let's get it fixed. Sark is the O C , do your job dude.

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6 hours ago, youngbloodz said:

Ryan seems to be the problem 

Agreed..... He looks at the receiver he's throwing to soon as the ball is snapped. No mobility. Off the mark way too often, but hey, worth every penny he gets. No comeback left in him like the old Ryan. Red zone panic.

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1 hour ago, youngbloodz said:

Sark has nothing to do with overthrows and Ryan throwing into double teams. Stop making excuses for him 

Ditto

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how are you going to be in side the 10 yard line and not have Jones in ???   what kind of system are you running cause it does not make ANY Since ......<_<

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Folks act like we didn't go against a DL of Cox, Ngata, Graham, Barnett, and Bennett?!!! And we should have still won if it wasn't for two really weird calls or numerous execution miscues.

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1 hour ago, nomak said:

Sark didn't try to challenge the defense at all during the game. In 2016 Matt was hitting several targets every game, he ended with the most TDs to multiple receivers than any other QB...that all changed when Sark stepped in. Sark is lost. 

I wish he would just step down and spare us this mess.  We're wasting this talent.

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15 minutes ago, russ7000 said:

how are you going to be in side the 10 yard line and not have Jones in ???   what kind of system are you running cause it does not make ANY Since ......<_<

When had Julio proved he can produce inside the 10?  If we're gonna "be real" about Matt...its time to "be real" about Julio.

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It's like half of the people here don't even understand how a football team is ran. Quinn have very little to nothing to do with the offense.. Thats 99% sarks job.. Sark decides what plays we'll run during the week and the personal packages.. The install begins in practice.. It's not like we can just pull random plays out of the play book game time that wasn't practiced that week, it's all put together by Sark.. During practice Sark is responsible for the routes and the timings he wants the offense to work at. That's why he gets paid what he does.. So those of you that keeps blaming Ryan for running bad plays or timing off need to understand that begins with practice a week earlier.. It has very little to do with Quinn or Ryan.. I mean Quinn is responsible for putting the team together but Quinn does not call any offensive plays at all.. That whole performance last night was sarks baby and it stunk 

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Sometime in the 1st Q, when we were moving the ball, they showed Sarkasim, pacing the sideline, calling a play & not even watching the results.....this guys gotta go...no clue on how to use personnel...no clue on play calling....only fair point is...even in Smitty era, when can this team pick up a yard when needed?...Can we carry 1 back that can push for a yard? Anyone?...Please someone post that TV shot im talking about...thanks!

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I think it's clearly a combination of vanilla playcalling and poor execution. We definitely seem to have far fewer players being schemed open than under Shanahan. I'm just not sure firing Sark at this point of the season helps fix that. 

Matt Ryan and Julio, for all their talents, have never been great in the red zone. The man blocking scheme and having Turner to pound it in alleviated some of that early in his career. Having TG also helped.

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