Long article short, Fisher thought that Falcons crossed the line with some of their cut blocks. None particularly stood out to me when I reviewed my tape the first time, but sometime in the next day or so, I'll probably re-watch the game and keep an eye on those things. This line seemed to say it all:
Jeff Fisher wrote:Coach Mora is not coaching that," Fisher said. "He's not coaching the offensive line.
That's pointing the finger squarely at Gibbs, Jagz, and Chris Dalman the 3 guys that handle the O-linemen.
Gibbs tactics have come under fire in the past, particularly last season after a game I can't recall off the top of my head (Chiefs game?).
I personally think that the cut blocking heavy scheme that Gibbs employs is dirty. Now that doesn't mean I disapprove of it, but anything that purposefully straddles or pushes the line between legal/illegal is dirty to me, even if it doesn't cross that line most times. Dirty to me is something that may give you an edge that may not be that honorable. I think the blocking scheme we use is dirty. But I'm sure other minds have much differing opinions.