I too think I would take that personal nate. I can understand the Duckett/Dunn/Griffith thing to a degree because there at least has to be some discussion on who is going to be our feature RB of the future. Is the team going to be a 2-headed (or 3-headed?) backfield for the next several years?
But with Mora/McKay/Blank, that discussion simply implies that the Falcons are at home and not headed to Jacksonville because 1 or more of those guys didn't quite do as good a job as the other(s). It doesn't mean that I loved every decision that these guys made over the past year, but I wouldn't say any of them were not good enough.
But I will say that among the trio, the person I like the best is Mora. I wasn't enamored with the Mora-hire from the start, but I felt he was ready and I was willing to give him 2-3 years in Atlanta to prove that he belonged. Honestly, from what I've seen of Mora and heard from him, I think he would be a person that I personally would not care for. Not saying he's a bad guy, he just doesn't seem like my kind of guy, i.e. we probably wouldn't be pals if he lived next door to me. But I do think that his personality makes him a very able/prepared for the rigors of being a head coach in the NFL. He has his father's fire, but it isn't as "misdirected" as his dad's was.
I think I'm probably most critical of McKay, since I feel that personnel/GM duties are my personal "expertise," but I do have great faith in McKay's ability to build a winning team and structure a great organization.
"Vincere scis, Hannibal, victoria uti nescis" -- Maharbal, 216 B.C.E.