Roanoke Falcon

Why Dan Quinn And Staff Need To Be FIRED.

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Dan Quinn uses slogans, coach-speak, and sound bites to cover up the fact that he is actually an ineffective coach.

  • The chronic and egregious lack of preparedness.
  • The head-scratching game management. Not over-riding Shanahan and demanding a running play and a FG cost us the Super Bowl.
  • The cowardice of sacking all of his coordinators (who HE hired) as scapegoats to save his own job.
  • The failure of the defense to grow, evolve, and improve despite using HIS scheme and the players HE wanted.
  • His team's horrendous lack of discipline, season after season.
  • His inability to make in-game adjustments.

Dan Quinn is all about SOUNDING like a winner. But actually BEING a winner? Not so much.

 

 

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Just now, JD dirtybird21 said:

Quinn is still 3-2 in the playoffs and has been in the super bowl 3 times in this decade. Not saying he shouldn’t be on the hot seat. But he’s definitely not a loser either 

2 of those Super Bowls, he was a figurehead under Pete Carrol. There is literally NO--- ZERO--- basis of comparison between Quinn's Atlanta defenses and Pete Carrol's defenses in Seattle.

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He was the HOT pick at the time we needed a headcoach. He's worked in some pretty amazing coaching trees, and he seems to be a good evaluator of young talent. 

Now, does that make him head coach material...not necessarily. But I firmly believe he should have never taken the DC job, he's set himself up for failure and might eventually lead to his downfall. He should have thought twice about that.

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If you want it happen so bad, do something about it. Tennessee fans got Schiano gone before he coached there. There are ways. 

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23 minutes ago, Roanoke Falcon said:

2 of those Super Bowls, he was a figurehead under Pete Carrol. There is literally NO--- ZERO--- basis of comparison between Quinn's Atlanta defenses and Pete Carrol's defenses in Seattle.

Helps when you have 4 HOF’s on your defense 

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I’ll give you one better than that .. 28-3 & yall who credit him for anything he did in Seattle aren’t thinking whatsoever & really just reaching to give him credit for something.  Who couldn’t field a great defense with Bennett, Avril, Membane, Red Bryant, Wright, Sherman, Thomas, Chancellor, Wagner, Chris Clemons & a young Bruce Irvin ?

Those were only the studs listed but the depth was ridiculous from 2012-15 . 

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2 hours ago, Roanoke Falcon said:

Dan Quinn uses slogans, coach-speak, and sound bites to cover up the fact that he is actually an ineffective coach.

  • The chronic and egregious lack of preparedness.
  • The head-scratching game management. Not over-riding Shanahan and demanding a running play and a FG cost us the Super Bowl.
  • The cowardice of sacking all of his coordinators (who HE hired) as scapegoats to save his own job.
  • The failure of the defense to grow, evolve, and improve despite using HIS scheme and the players HE wanted.
  • His team's horrendous lack of discipline, season after season.
  • His inability to make in-game adjustments.

Dan Quinn is all about SOUNDING like a winner. But actually BEING a winner? Not so much.

 

 

I absolutely hate everything about the defense. They can’t tackle. I hate the soft zone philosophy. Let’s play back and let them catch it. I hate the lack of pressure. I hate small athletic guys. It just doesn’t work. 

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