Thomas Dimitroff thinks outside the box, part of the reason he's still in the driver's seat with the Atlanta Falcons after the franchise's run of disappointment on the field. With former Patriots and Chiefs GM Scott Pioli already in place as Dimitroff's right-hand man, the Falcons beefed up their front office again Tuesday with two more former GMs.
We've seen this the past four years: the Bengals look great, and then fall apart in the postseason. But they're different this year. Really. And it begins with the play of Andy Dalton, who finally looks comfortable running Cincy's offense.