. As Sunday morning occurred to Week 7, Dan Quinn’s status as the Atlanta Falcons coach was already a hot subject.
Following the Falcons’ dismal 37-10 loss to the Rams, as Sunday afternoon closed for Atlanta, Quinn’s status was an even hotter subject.
A relocation far from Quinn is not anticipated in the coming day, according to Falcons owner Arthur Blank.
Blank informed Jeff Schultz of The Athletic, “I still support” Quinn and dismissed any notion that the coach would be fired on Monday.
The loss to the Rams was the 5th in a row for an Atlanta team that, on paper, is stocked with skill. Sitting at 1-6, aside from a sensational turn-around, the Falcons’ wish for a successful season appear all but gone.
Quinn is currently in his fifth season and most significantly led Atlanta to the Super Bowl after the 2016 regular season. The Falcons published a 10-6 record the following year which was the last time Atlanta finished the season above.500 and/or went to the postseason.
While wins have actually been difficult to come by for Quinn, he still has his owner’s support. At least in the meantime.