It seems like defenses know when Matt Ryan is going to snap the ball. We need to pick up a defender from Arizona who knows what Matt Ryan's tell is. Pittsburg got off the snap great almost every down and had no problem slowing Michael Turner down in the backfield.
Everyone keeps talking about the playcalling, the execution, the players. People keep complaining about no sense of urgency. My guess is that what seems to be missing is a direct result of long and predictible snap counts.
Our offense keeps trying to "outthink" their opponents. Keep it simple, snap the ball, read the defense, and make a few plays. And on this note, does Matt Ryan know what a pump fake is?