Falcons coach Dan Quinn reportedly being evaluated on 'week-to-week basis' – Yardbarker

The Falcons’ Dan Quinn is probably on the hottest seat of any head coach in the NFL, and Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network says Quinn is being evaluated on a week-to-week basis (video link).  That means that, if things go “horribly wrong” for Atlanta on Sunday against the Saints, Quinn may be relieved of his duties shortly thereafter. And, given that the 1-7 Falcons are 13-point underdogs to the 7-1 Saints this afternoon — and given the game is in New Orleans — it’s not difficult to envision things going horribly wrong for the Falcons.  Rapoport says Falcons owner Arthur Blank will use the Saints game to help make a decision with respect to Quinn, so it sounds as if Quinn could hang onto his job for another week if his team puts up a good fight against New Orleans.  But if the Falcons lay another egg, Quinn could get fired. Atlanta’s defense, which is supposedly Quinn’s specialty, has struggled all season and it’s currently ranked near the bottom of the league in just about every defensive category, allowing a

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