Willie McGinnest mentions Curtis Lofton on Falcons (1 Viewer)

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Willie McGinnest on NFL Network just mentioned the Falcons need someone opposite Curtis Lofton. Crazy.
 
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He later corrected himself and said he left Atlanta and is now with the Saints.. shew!
 

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Willie McGinnest on NFL Network just mentioned the Falcons need someone opposite Curtis Lofton. Crazy.
He obviously meant the Saints. The Falcons are still a 4-3 team, so nobody would be "opposite" him on the Falcons. That would take two ILBs to have someone "opposite" him. I realized the mistake immediately and just shrugged it off. People make mistakes and mis-speak sometimes. I'm not going to hang the guy for it.
 

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He was talking about how our defense was going to work and was going all into the 2-gap principles. Willie was a beast in his day and the Pats ran a 2-gap scheme when he was there but I'd be cool if the guys on national TV actually had up to date news about what teams are doing. I mean it isn't that hard to find. I really wish they would put more scout type guys on TV and let them do the technical talking - someone like Bucky Brook or Daniel Jeremiah. Heck, they need to just hire more guys - lot of hungry dudes out there he live this stuff. Would be nice if we actually learned something about football from watching TV.
 

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