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Why can't Dirk Koetter and Matt Ryan rekindle that 2012 magic?


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If we can get our offensive line healthy and give them time to gel there is no reason why Matt Ryan and Dirk Koetter can't rekindle that 2012 magic or better. Our 2012 rushing attack was average at best as Michael Turner had lost a step. If our offensive line stays banged up and has moving parts all the time our offense will struggle no matter who the offensive coordinator is. 

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Just now, falcons007 said:

Not even close. I will take Free over 2012 Turner. MM ran turner to ground and him showing up 40 lbs overweight to camp didn't help either. 

But in his prime I would've taken The Burner. Free is agile and tricky, but Turner was an absolute force of nature that punished LB'ers.

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2 minutes ago, PokerSteve said:

But in his prime I would've taken The Burner. Free is agile and tricky, but Turner was an absolute force of nature that punished LB'ers.

 

1 minute ago, JD dirtybird21 said:

Turner in his prime is what this team badly needs right now.

It’s an head scratcher why Ollison is not active. Turner from 2008-2010 was a dominating bowling ball.

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11 minutes ago, jlrfalcon said:

Michael Turner vs. Devonta Freeman?

Roddy White vs. Calvin Ridley?

Tony Gonzalez vs. Austin Hooper?

I was honestly just thinking something similar. I'm thinking the talent doesn't match the scheme and the players need more than 1 season or late into this season to get comfortable which it'll probably be too late by then and they'll have to start over yet again next season

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18 minutes ago, jlrfalcon said:

Michael Turner vs. Devonta Freeman?

Roddy White vs. Calvin Ridley?

Tony Gonzalez vs. Austin Hooper?

Hooper is good enough. I think Ridley got banged up week 2. We also have Sanu on this roster. I think offensive line health is the problem now. Thomas Dimitroff and Dan Quinn did an excellent job addressing the line in the draft but unfortunately they can't stay healthy.

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