Kamla on Falcons' offense: 'I wanted 30 points per game, but now just hope for 20'

The Midday Show w/ Andy & Randy
September 12, 2018 - 11:13 am

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Rick Kamla and John Michaels were live from Atlanta Falcons HQ in Flowery Branch and the guys talked about how the Falcons are down but not out with the loss of Deion Jones and Keanu Neal. They talked about whats next with the Falcons and how they can replace the Pro-Bowl stars.

John mentioned some research he did on the offense, who are 7-4 in their last 11 games. The common denominator for the Falcons is if they get to 20 points they win they game. But if they don't then the outcome is not in their favor. Factoring in the average for the last 11 games, the Falcons at 21 points a game but now they need that to be at lest 24 points a game.

John has talked to Dan Quinn and believes the Falcons mindset is to get points every time they have the ball and DQ is very proactive trying to accomplish that. Rick went back to his thoughts on taking the field goal because you shouldn't overreact and panic during a long football game. John reminded Rick that the Falcons haven't had a 30-point game since Tampa Bay last year and Rick had to laugh.

Kamla thinks now fans must hope for 20 points a game when the team should be getting at least 30 points a game.

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