Mularkey does have a mysteriously good reputation in this league. But this is a league of confusion, copycats and constant turnover, where the majority of teams are failures so you can't just defer to some leaguewide opinion without a grain a salt. We had an up close view of Mularkey and in my eyes he failed in his position as coordinator more completely than anyone since Olivadotti. The dropoff from Linehan was gigantic. I don't like the mentality of his offense and I don't like the results. Atlanta's offense is a disappointment. In the context of the talent of each team Chud succeeded far more this year than Mularkey did.