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How much do you think the Falcons hiring a time management coordinator will help?


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23 minutes ago, Falcons Fan MVP said:

Do you think the Falcons hiring a time management coordinator will help us tremendously in close games? Hold on to big leads? Take stress of Dan Quinn as he calls the defense? Or do you think it won't make a big difference I particularly in close games? Your thoughts?

Yes

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5 minutes ago, Panda said:

It has to help. I'm surprised that someone as experienced as Quinn had so much trouble with clock management. Even madden players could manage their timeouts better. 

Every coach has there strengths and weaknesses.

The issue for me is using DQs time as efficiently as possible.

Defense is his go that’s where we need him to get more out of that side of the ball.Hence why hiring Sutton going with the experience of Mularkey,Koetter familiarity with Ryan frees this ability up for DQ to coach his strength.

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This is a good question. I mean, what does the time management guy do? Just call timeout? Or just hit a button that tells Quinn to call timeout? Seriously, I have no idea what the actual job function of this person would be, because even the casual fan usually knows when the clock needs to roll..and stop.

 

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14 hours ago, octoslash said:

This is a good question. I mean, what does the time management guy do? Just call timeout? Or just hit a button that tells Quinn to call timeout? Seriously, I have no idea what the actual job function of this person would be, because even the casual fan usually knows when the clock needs to roll..and stop.

 

Wish I had the link but I read an article about it a few months ago. There is A LOT to it, but still don't know what actual influence he has game day.

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13 minutes ago, The O.D.B said:

I think our time management coach will be very bored. Koetter is already good at managing games. I do think this position should save us from losing a game needlessly because of 1-2 bad decisions though.

Underrated point... No matter how bad we were beating them or controlling the game, Koetter ALWAYS had the Bucs with a chance to get back in the game... same when they played the Saints. 

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3 minutes ago, Yo_Lover said:

The general manager gets players the HC wants. Figured you'd learn that after watching the talent level change between Smith and Quinn.

pittsburgh hires head coaches that are hired INTO a system.  the coach fits what the organization wants to do.  6 rings later it worked for them...

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