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RE: Coaches/GM Firings and Hirings Thread - mdrake34 - 12-31-2012 05:14 PM
(12-31-2012 04:49 PM)ATLBound Wrote: Honestly at this point we don't have a gameplan because we don't know who our opponent is.
This. Hopefully he can squeeze two of the three into a single day and not be gone too long, but yeah we don't know who we're game-planning for yet.
RE: Coaches/GM Firings and Hirings Thread - UCSBDirtyBird - 12-31-2012 05:46 PM
From what I heard, the teams are coming to Atlanta to interview Dirk, and they are all doing it early this week. Hopefully they don't bleed into next week because Koetter needs to do what he can to get this monkey of the Falcons back.
I don't get the love for Koetter though. The Falcons offense is indeed stacked, and played well this year, but a head coach should have more than one year of success at the pro level before being given the reigns on a franchise.
RE: Coaches/GM Firings and Hirings Thread - ggp - 12-31-2012 06:33 PM
The Falcons have plenty to work on. If they are wise, they will work harder than ever to come out and steam roll through the second season.
On defense, they need to work on open field tackling and communication. Nolan has plenty of tricks up his sleeve and our back seven will need to rehearse fake looks and coverage schemes. If they take advantage of the time, they can play even better than they have shown.
On offense, Koetter has purposely been very vanilla lately. More than anything else, they need to work on new blocking schemes. The OL has been the weakness on offense and the only way to overcome the lack of talent is to scheme differently to throw defenses off. Those blocking scheme changes require precise timing with the RB's, so they have plenty of work to do for the next two weeks.
RE: Coaches/GM Firings and Hirings Thread - AUTiger7222 - 12-31-2012 06:38 PM
RE: Coaches/GM Firings and Hirings Thread - AUTiger7222 - 12-31-2012 06:40 PM
(12-31-2012 03:35 PM)Jesus Wrote: No thanks. That guy is shit all over. The game has passed his ass by.
Why do you think the game has passed him by?
RE: Coaches/GM Firings and Hirings Thread - Aftermath - 12-31-2012 06:59 PM
If he gets a job and our O looks like shit in the playoffs I will pay a bum to shank his ass in the parking lot.
RE: Coaches/GM Firings and Hirings Thread - Aftermath - 12-31-2012 07:00 PM
oh, and seriously, fuck Norv Turner. Turkey neck having piece of shit.
RE: Coaches/GM Firings and Hirings Thread - FullMetalFalcon23 - 12-31-2012 07:15 PM
(12-31-2012 07:00 PM)Aftermath Wrote: oh, and seriously, fuck Norv Turner. Turkey neck having piece of shit.
Hahaha dude just choked on my rum reading that. Fucking hilarious.
RE: Coaches/GM Firings and Hirings Thread - McUser - 12-31-2012 07:32 PM
(12-31-2012 01:35 PM)AUTiger7222 Wrote: Hard to have a good game plan when you go into the game with the mindset that you can't draw up a game plan good enough to beat the other team.
Ill never forget hearing that Mularkey was acting like there was no way we could stop the giants front four last year.
RE: Coaches/GM Firings and Hirings Thread - Jesus - 12-31-2012 08:01 PM
Each year he has been there their offense and QB have regressed. He isn't the offensive mind he once was. Now he's just offensive.