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Who is the next OC for the Atlanta Falcons?  

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  1. 1. Who will be the next OC?

    • Bevell
      11
    • Koetter
      37
    • Kubiak
      39
    • Other
      8
    • Matt Ryan
      8


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If we don't hire Kubiak give me Quinn at DC and Ryan at OC. I believe Ryan would put a pretty formidable offense together. Just pull his favorite fifteen plays from the Mularkey, Kutty, Shanny and Sark files. That would be hard to defend. Get to the line in the hurry up, make the read, set your feet and take some air off the ball. Keep NFL defenses guessing. Here are a few Mularkey long ball plays you can start with.

 

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9 minutes ago, k-train said:

Who I want:
Zac Taylor (Rams QB coach)
Shane Waldron (Rams TE coach)

Who I can live with:
Kubiak
Koetter

Who it will probably be:
Bevell

And hey, at least we can believe it was Matt that carried the team this year and at least Bevell would have firepower?

See? That’s why I rest more hope on fixing the OL.

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17 hours ago, FalconFanSince1970 said:

If we don't hire Kubiak give me Quinn at DC and Ryan at OC. I believe Ryan would put a pretty formidable offense together. Just pull his favorite fifteen plays from the Mularkey, Kutty, Shanny and Sark files. That would be hard to defend. Get to the line in the hurry up, make the read, set your feet and take some air off the ball. Keep NFL defenses guessing. Here are a few Mularkey long ball plays you can start with.

 

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Just now, Ergo Proxy said:

And hey, at least we can believe it was Matt they carried the team this year and at least Bevell would have firepower?

See? That’s why I rest more hope on fixing the OL.

I'm not quite as down on Bevell as many on here are, but I am concerned that outside of one of the seasons where he had Farve in Minny, he's not exactly had the greatest track record of finding success with non-mobile QBs.

Relying so heavily on mobile QBs potentially means he's never really had to focus much on solidifying the OL like he would with an in-the-pocket QB.

Also, his teams ran the ball pretty well... but keep in mind that he had both Adrien Peterson & Marshawn Lynch in their primes. So again, perhaps there were other factors making the o-lines in Bevell's offenses look far better than they actually were.

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17 hours ago, Ergo Proxy said:

Even if it's Kubiak I don't see him coaching that long, but then again Dirk is older and just came from a stressful year in TB. Kubiak might come in fresh.

I just want an OL and run game back! Please heal Free!!

An offense that can run well, make a 3rd or 4th and 1 when they need to with power running and a defense that is junkyard mean and gets after the passer on 3rd down and doesn't go soft with big leads. 

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Per Rotoworld, the Lions & Jim Bob Cooter just mutually agreed to part ways.

I think there's a big possibility that Shane Waldron ends up there as their new OC.

He started his coaching career in NE as an assistant to Matt Patricia before going to work under McVay in Washington & LA.

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