Atlanta Falcons: Will Steve Sarkisian’s Offense Improve in Year 2?

Last offseason, Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan left to become the head coach of the San Francisco 49ers. To replace him, Atlanta hired former Alabama offensive coordinator Steve nfl authentic jerseys

The Falcons offense took a bit of a step back in Sarkisian’s first year at the helm. In 2016, Atlanta ranked second in total offense (415.8 yards per game) and first in scoring (33.8 points per game). Last season, the Falcons ranked eighth in total offense (364.8 yards per game) and 15th in scoring (22.1 points per game).

To get Atlanta back to being a legitimate Super Bowl contender, Sarkisian’s offense has to improve. General manager Thomas Dimitroff believes it will.

“It’s his second year now calling plays in the NFL, he gets a good idea of what flies and what doesn’t fly with the personnel we have and don’t have,” Dimitroff said earlier this month, via SiriusXM Radio. cheap authentic nfl jerseys “I think that’s gonna be where he’s gonna make some major strides.”

From a personnel standpoint, much of Atlanta’s offense will be unchanged. The Falcons brought in guard Brandon Fusco and replaced receiver Taylor Gabriel with rookie first-round pick Calvin Ridley. Improving the offense will largely fall on Sarkisian, who will start installing his schemes and game plans in nfl jerseys from china