Dan Quinn is bringing a new feel to the Atlanta Falcons, in more ways than just one. While he’ll be changing things on the defensive side of the ball, and Kyle Shanahan will do so offensively, Quinn also wants the players to have some fun. According to Charles Odum of Macon.com, Quinn’s changes have already been felt.
"Quinn, who has music blaring from start to finish in his practices, said he hopes his players ‘have the most fun they’ve ever had playing football.’ He then added it’ll take ‘a lot of hard work to do that.’" Odum explained.
It didn’t stop there though, as Quinn also wants to make sure that practices are more up-tempo than they were before. The mindset moving forward during training camp and regular practices will be playing fast and stick with that mindset.
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"Now that message begins that hey, we’re just getting started in terms of the mindset of how we’re going to go about things," Quinn told Macon.com.
It has to be nice to read that as a Falcons fan. How it will translate into an actual NFL game? Well, that’s going to be the real question.