Falcons TWESTOTE of the Day

We all know Coy Wire went to Stanford. But if you haven't read through his website, then you may not know how philosophical the kid is. He had this to say today (via Twitter):

@CoyWire: It's human nature to take on the qualities and energies of the people with whom we surround ourselves.
#whoisinyourcircle

Why does this matter? Because TD and company have nourished, enforced, and adhered to a very specific team-building approach since they took the reins: talent NEVER comes before chemistry. The risk-factors associated with even above-average NFLers or potential NFLers is always a pressing concern with this team. And Coy Wire - backup LB that he is - clearly buys in. Hopefully his teammates have similar views.

Some may argue that the Falcons will have to take risks sooner or later. Maybe they will. For now though, this approach is working, and I'm totally OK with it. Curious what y'all think though.

Discuss.

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