FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- Atlanta Falcons head coach Mike Smith was in no mood to rehash his decision to go for it on fourth-and-inches from his own 29-yard line in overtime a move that failed and cost the Falcons a key 26-23 NFC South Division game on Sunday to New Orleans.
Smith maintains a 24-hour rule for everyone associated with the team on the day after games in which win or lose the Falcons stop talking and thinking about the previous week's game.
On Monday, Smith said time seemed to drag.
"It can't get here quick enough," Smith said. "The quicker that 24-hour threshold gets here, the better. And it's going to be happening here real soon."
Smith's decision was perhaps the most discussed move of the weekend and the so-called Monday Morning Quarterbacks had plenty of time to dissect it, but even with the benefit of hindsight Smith said he was still OK with his decision.
"Yes, I am," Smith said. "I don't really want to rehash it. I think I did a pretty good job last night t...