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Falcons hire three-time NFL head coach Mike Mularkey to coach tight ends

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2 minutes ago, Atl Falcon said:

Good hire we now have 3 former HCs on staff - that can’t be all bad. Sure hope they get clock management right

Actually 4..but yeah, I figured Knapp would handle that.. But with so many nfl head coaches as assistants.. It could be any on whatever day managing the clock

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10 minutes ago, Atl Falcon said:

Good hire we now have 3 former HCs on staff - that can’t be all bad. Sure hope they get clock management right

Before clock management comes drafting right talent & F.A who fit our system.

Quinn now better not **** it up!

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I would imagine that Mularkey would handle time management with Quinn and Kutty calling plays. Great group as long as they can work together. :tiphat: Here’s hoping they do. 

ST’s are up. 

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10 minutes ago, mattyicefalcon said:

Before clock management comes drafting right talent & F.A who fit our system.

Quinn now better not **** it up!

TD and the scouting department better not f it up. DQ don’t draft....TD has to be held accountable for the mess the OL DL are in. Scott Pioli has been a great addition but we need a OL DL specialist that can help evaluate that part of the draft. We can fire OL DL coaches because they don’t perform but you can’t make chicken salad out of chicken poo

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44 minutes ago, Mid-Nite-Toker said:

If the Koetter story is true, do we hire Smitty in some capacity?

I guess we're getting the band back together.

Edited just saw DK hire is true

June Jones! :lol:

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1 hour ago, Atl Falcon said:

TD and the scouting department better not f it up. DQ don’t draft....TD has to be held accountable for the mess the OL DL are in. Scott Pioli has been a great addition but we need a OL DL specialist that can help evaluate that part of the draft. We can fire OL DL coaches because they don’t perform but you can’t make chicken salad out of chicken poo

They will need OT at #14 in this offense. Ryan was popped a lot in 2014, but he had very good seasons too.

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2 hours ago, Atl Falcon said:

Good hire we now have 3 former HCs on staff - that can’t be all bad. Sure hope they get clock management right

It can definitely be bad. Too many people wanting to run things there on way could be a disaster. Too many alpha  males and not enough betas.

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2 hours ago, fuego said:

Crazy. 3 of our former OCs on staff. 

you can bet the plays will be well rehearsed and prepared for a fast paced O.  If MR can get rid of the ball fast and has solid plays pushed to him, this could make the 2016 season look like a prep year. 

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2 hours ago, Lord Sarcomere said:

Does anyone know Mularkey's track record as it pertains to TE's he has helped developed?

He was here when a certain TE named Gonzalez was here and that Ryan had some success with.  Maybe we can beef up Hooper a little more and turn him into Gonzalez II.

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He has been a TE coach several times (wikipedia):

As coach:

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43 minutes ago, 2_legit_2_legit_2_quit said:

It can definitely be bad. Too many people wanting to run things there on way could be a disaster. Too many alpha  males and not enough betas.

I guess some folks can choose to look at it that way..however I choose to look at it as a positive by having plenty of NFL coaching experience. I don’t think the sky’s falling - i think if TD gets us some line help we gunna be bedazz 

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