I had an inexplicably hard time tracking this down, but it appears that Mora Sr. has called Vick a coach killer...ironic given that his son is the coach in question. The brief bullet in the article touches on a few different things, but let's just break it down briefly:
Do I smell sabotage, Mr. Knapp? Mora and Knapp clearly would like to have a QB who could run the offense they've designed, and there is a good chunk of time where I would like the same thing. But for Schaub's obvious talent, there's no guarantee he's going to do any better...and it's going to be tough justifying the benching of the face of the franchise. I may not like that fact, but it's true, because the Falcons are a business.
Is Mora correct in calling Vick a coach killer? Depends on how you look at it, really. Vick rarely takes shots at the coaching staff, so it's less his attitude than his inability to change his style. Not to harp on this, but one or the other is going to have to change eventually, and I have a feeling it's going to be the coaching philosophy. Or perhaps the coach?
Hard to say if I'm opposed to this. Mora's a talented young coach, and I believe he's a good fit for this team. The problem may be at the end of the season, when Blank and McKay may very well want to fire Greg Knapp (as it's becoming increasingly apparent they should). If Mora proves loyal to Knapp, he could be out the door too, which would be a shame. But the coaching staff is going to have to adapt their offensive philosophy in general, or it could be a rough offseason for them.
And I hate that Mora didn't mention the playoffs.