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One of the hallmarks of the post-Michael Vick era in Atlanta has been harmony. Matt Ryan is the sentry at the gate. No sniping allowed. It’s a good thing because the Falcons can use all the harmony they can muster this week. They are 1-2 and have never been two games under .500 in Ryan’s six seasons, but they look faulty on offense with the Patriots (3-0) here Sunday night. The offensive line is shaky and does not provide time for a too-vertical pass game. Dirk Koetter, the veteran offensive coordinator, is being ridiculed not being bold enough with a lead in a 27-23 loss last week to the Dolphins. Mike Smith, the head coach, was berated for his decisions in the clutch in Miami.