Falcons’ Dan Quinn asked about his job security

Falcons coach Dan Quinn, who’s 19-20 since the winning the NFC Championship game on Jan. 22, 2017, was asked directly about his job security Wednesday.

“Dan, how do you feel about your job security at this point?” local radio personality Mark Zinno of Atlanta Sports X, 106.3/103.7 asked.

“I honestly work on how our team improves,” Quinn said. “I spend most of my time thinking that way. How can we do it better? How can we tweak this? How can we work that? How do we feature the guys in the best way?

“Any time that I would spend away from that, would be 100 percent not productive for me. I’ve always coached to win. That’s what I end up doing. That’s where I focus all of my time and attention.”

Washington's Jay Gruden, Quinn and Houston's Bill O'Brien have the lowest odds in the updated list to be the first head coach to be fired, resign or retire this season, according to SportsBetting.ag. Jacksonville's Doug Marrone and New York Giants coach Pat Shurmur round out the top 5.
In Denver, the odds support John Elway losing his position as the Broncos' GM.


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