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Koetter leading candidate for Falcons’ open OC position

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2 minutes ago, ⚡Slumerican⚡ said:

Bevell actually came over and worked with Quinn for 3 weeks during preseason before Knapp came onboard.. I'm just not hyped for Bevell unless Quinn sees something in him 

That's why I'm going to laugh - when Gregg Knap will be announced as OC this week.

He's still on-staff.

Speculation by these writers is "hot stove talk" after al of these firings.

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Koetter would make sense.

Matt already knows the offense and Koetter has already proven he can come in and have results in one season.

Matthews, Matt, Julio, Freeman, & Schrader already know the offense.

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4 minutes ago, Sun Tzu 7 said:

Koetter would make sense.

Matt already knows the offense and Koetter has already proven he can come in and have results in one season.

Matthews, Matt, Julio, Freeman, & Schrader already know the offense.

We're going to need a strong run game if we're going to be successful 

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26 minutes ago, GrimeyKidd said:

Why would they abandon the WCO to go get a guy Blank knows he fired before? SMFH. Its obviouslly Bevell or Kubiak 

 why not we are falcons Arthur blank fire Greg Knapp, now we did hire him bank.

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13 minutes ago, FalconFan13 said:

Koetter wouldn't be my 1st choice but he is dang sure not my last.  He so far would be a solid #3 for me right behind Kubiak and Gase.   If we don't get either of those 2 then im all for Koetter coming back as i think our offense done well under him and it's even more talented now.  So far the only guy im really not feeling listed is Bevell which is a good thing that we are looking at legit top quality oc's more often than not.

Koetter is not a bad OC ... it's just that his approach is very different from our current approach, which would mean something almost like "rebuilding."

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13 minutes ago, HEIST said:

I want Kliff Kingsbury, the Falcons likely want an old guy who is less likely to be poached for a head coaching job after a successful season.

Dude just got hired at USC. Not likely he gets any NFL job this year imho.

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Just now, Francis York Morgan said:

Dude just got hired at USC. Not likely he gets any NFL job this year imho.

Oh really? I thought I just saw that he was gonna be in NFL coaching discussions this year. Nevermind then.

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19 minutes ago, Rise said:

Look at The Falcons stats as a running team under those years.

Ryan and Julio would love his return, but he's not a zone-block play-caller.

Huh?

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13 minutes ago, Sun Tzu 7 said:

Koetter would make sense.

Matt already knows the offense and Koetter has already proven he can come in and have results in one season.

Matthews, Matt, Julio, Freeman, & Schrader already know the offense.

Those 'results' were no better than sark

 

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1 minute ago, Bunchy Carter said:

Huh?

He's not.

And he made a negative comment on The Falcons after losing The Super Bowl as The Buc's Head Coach.

He's loyal to Mike Smith.

Mike Smith incorporated some zone-block, but they were mostly a regular run blcoking game.

2012 the offense disappear after a 10-0 start, and they were stopped by The Seahawks and later The 49ers.

Think about that roster:

Tony

Roddy White

a young Julio

Douglas as slot-WR

Turner and Snelling

 

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We'll see how quick and where Sark gets hired next, for those if you who claim....

I mean he had a top 10 offense right..

 

Let's see...

Tick..

tock....

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I think Dirk Koetter is loyal to finding his next coaching job, not Mike Smith.   What in the world does Mike Smith have to do with anything.

Koetter was a fine OC and definitely not the problem as Mike headed out the door.   Tony, Roddy, Turner - you are talking about guys that were very much declining in the last couple of Koetter years.   Far more talented offense right now.  

Koetter will be far more consistent than Sark will ever be.

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