Atlanta Falcons: Three reasons why offense will dominate in 2016
After many struggles in 2015, how can the Atlanta Falcons offense not only bounce back but dominate in 2016?
In 2015 we saw the Atlanta Falcons make strides on the defensive side of the football. Initially, the offense looked to be a formidable unit. And while the statistics paint a pretty picture, they failed to pass the eye test for much of the season. Too many sloppy mistakes in the form of fumbles, botched snaps and interceptions held the Falcons back.
But we can expect a better display in 2016. It was a down year for Matt Ryan, but he wasn’t put in the best position to succeed. This needs to — and will — change. Ryan isn’t Aaron Rodgers and never will be, but he’s capable of leading a dominant offense with the right supporting cast.
There are a number of reasons why the offense will hit its stride in Dan Quinn’s second season as head coach. From the quarterback to the offensive line and skill positions, we can expect a better product on the field. Here’s three reasons why the unit will dominate in 2016.
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