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Dan Quinn doesn’t think the Falcons lost because of a blown pass interference call

Turnovers and penalties were bigger factors in Atlanta’s loss to the Seahawks. Plenty of people are continuing to talk about the blown pass interference call that would have given the Atlanta Falcons an opportunity to beat the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. Dan Quinn, however, thinks that’s not the reason his team lost the game. “The message I gave to the team — and I wholeheartedly believe it — (is) it does not come down to one play,” Quinn said Monday.
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