Hold the Redskins to 164 total yards and three points, and you've made Mark Brunell a pretty unhappy dude. Sack Michael Vick seven times to turn him into a mistake-making, confused, frustrated passer, and you've had more fun than should be legal in Atlanta.
It's not a hidden sort of enjoyment, either. No guilty pleasures here. An on-field demonstration after sacks that involves a group jump shot just starts to describe it. There's also the satisfaction of knowing that this much-maligned defense is not as bad as The Gang That Couldn't Rush Straight, or cover a pass for that matter, of the first three games.
Choreographed jump shot after a sack? Oh man, sounds like the "Fun Bunch". If they pull that in Dallas, I hope somebody stuffs the jump shot back in their face.
Al Suanders needed to cut a few pages out of the playbook.
And just because I couldn't resist, here's Denny, with one of the great, all-time meltdowns. Observe how he answers the question pretty calmly at first. Then the anger slowly builds, it feeds on itself, then the meltdown reaches its apex, followed by the moment of realization that you've just done something way out of the ordinary, and you slink off to ponder if you just sealed your own fate. Brilliant!
And for extra fun, one from the archives, the all-time champ.