Originally posted on ajc.com  |  Last updated 10/2/11
SEATTLE — Falcons coach Mike Smith was not please with all of the blown assignments in the secondary,  but he was elated to head back to Atlanta with a win and a 2-2 record. Here’s what he had to say after the game: OPENING STATEMENT: Winning on the road in the NFL is not an easy proposition and that was definitely the case today. This game was not an exception to it. We did a lot of things right today. We challenged our guys to start fast and I think that we were able to do that. We didn’t finish strong like we needed to. I thought that in that fast start, we were able to protect the quarterback, we were able to control the line of scrimmage. We have a lot of things that we’ve got to get corrected. . . It’s always nice to have an opportunity to make those corrections with the win. ON THE TEAM’S FAST START: We challenged our guys the whole week, we wanted to control the line of scrimmage. We were able to do that. We did some things strategically to help ourselves. We were not …
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