GrimeyKidd Posted December 22, 2019 Share Posted December 22, 2019 (edited) Quote Thomas Dimitroff came to the Atlanta Falcons in 2008 and since he has been the general manager the Atlanta Falcons have been up or down in terms of success. Two coaching staffs later only one common denominator remains and that is Thomas Dimitroff. The Falcons are currently 5-9 with a horribly constructed roster that hasn’t been coached to the best of its ability. This article will be focusing on Thomas Dimitroff and how he has constructed the Atlanta Falcons from top to bottom. FREE AGENCY In the offseason, the Atlanta Falcons signed guards Jamon Brown and James Carpenter both of whom struggled on their former teams and weren’t retained. $39.75 million between them and they both have been relegated to 3rd string. It was reported that the underperforming Guard James Carpenter has been placed on injured reserve which completes this as another failed signing on Dimitroffs watch. Wes Schweitzer (who was drafted in the 5th round in 2016) has come in and played better than Carpenter has all season in a short amount of time. There have been multiple signings that hindered the Falcons ability to improve over the years. Link to full article - https://gshmgroup.wordpress.com/2019/12/22/thomas-dimitroff-needs-to-be-fired/ Edited December 22, 2019 by GrimeyKidd JDaveG 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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