Report: Atlanta Falcons to move on from Dan Quinn
A number of head coaches are currently feeling the seat beneath them is more than a little warm, and it seems that time has run out for a former NFC champion. According to a report by The Athletic's Jeff Schultz, the decision to fire Atlanta Falcons head coach Dan Quin is "almost complete".
The Hawks have been struggling all season, including a number of double-digit leads, particularly the Dallas Cowboys. In that game, the Falcons took a 19 point lead at halftime, but allowed the Cowboys to score the last 16 points of the game and didn't even attempt to regain a crucial onside kick:
This Sunday Atlanta hosted the 2-2 Carolina Panthers and they struggled to hold off Teddy Bridgewater and his company. Bridgewater made 27 of 37 passes for 313 yards and two touchdowns, and Atlanta lost with a final score of 23-16. That dropped the Hawks to 0-5, and while the 23 points actually represented an improvement on the points allowed for the Hawks in a single game that season, go back and read that sentence again. Because before that defeat, Atlanta had allowed 38, 40, 30 and 30 points in each of their first four defeats.
For a defensive head coach like Quinn, that's never a good sign.
And now his time seems to be up.
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