How Falcons have managed to get back from an aneury on their heart anurysm
The Atlanta Falcons have made it through the first two weeks of the regular season without having to do a heart anesthetic procedure, according to head coach Dan Quinn.
Quinn also told reporters that it’s been a difficult season for the team, but they are ready to bounce back in time for Super Bowl LI against the New England Patriots.
“We’ve played a lot of games this year, we’ve played some bad ones, but it’s the playoffs.
We’re trying to get ready for the Super Bowl.
It’s a big game,” Quinn said.
“We’ve had some guys who’ve gone down.
We’ve got guys that are still around, but I think this year is a big year for us.
I think we’ve done a good job of staying together as a team.
I’m not going to go into too much detail.
But it’s just that we’re trying.
We need to do better.”
The Falcons have lost five of their last six games, including two in which they had a bye.
They were outscored 19-4 in those games.
The team has a 2-4 record against the AFC North, which includes four games against teams that have won three straight.
Quinn said the team has learned from this season and wants to make a strong push for a playoff berth.
“That’s the goal,” Quinn added.
“To make a playoff run, it’s really tough, but we know that we have to be ready to go.
We have a great coaching staff, a great quarterback and a great offensive line.
We know that if we’re going to make plays we have the talent.
I can tell you that we are in a good place, and we’ve got to be aggressive.
It would be nice to have a win or two or three, but you’ve got some good teams.”