It was noted that a firing would affect a lot of people.
“I’m not doing it,” said Sanders, the Hall of Fame cornerback who played for the Falcons from 1989-93. “I’m just telling you what is going to happen…. I’m trying to tell you the truth.”
It was noted that the Falcons play hard and have Arizona up next on the schedule.
“They can get that,” Sanders said. “Arizona is a good homecoming game. They can get that.”
After the Cardinals, the Falcons have home games against the Rams on Oct. 20 and the Seahawks on Oct. 27 before their bye week.
“I hate it,” Sanders said. “This may happen. This is bad. You’re giving up 30 a game.”
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