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  1. QB Kurt Benkert Best Case Scenario: Proves to be so special in training camp and the preseason, that the Falcons feel comfortable cutting Matt Schaub and using the extra money to solidify our team with an extended contract or new player signing. RB Ito Smith Best Case Scenario: Smith shows up on special teams and on offense as a talented contributor, with flashes of Devonta Freeman's talent. FB Ricky Ortiz Best Case Scenario: Puts it together after a shaky start, finds a longterm home as a good lead blocker and offensive weapon for the Falcons. WR Calvin Ridley Best Case Scenario: Calvin Ridley runs away with the number 2 receiving job, displaying a knack for route running, first downs and touchdowns; like the Saint's Michael Thomas did his Rookie year. WR/ST Justin Gage Best Case Scenario: Becomes a full-fledged force on special teams, stopping returners in their tracks and helping to pin punts within the 10. TE Logan Paulsen Best Case Scenario: Displays more catching and route running prowess than Toilolo, while still contributing at a high level as a blocker. RG Brandon Fusco Best Case Scenario: Meshes seamlessly with the incumbent starters, becoming the best right guard the Falcons have had in recent memory. DT Terrell McClain Best Case Scenario: Shows that his highly touted ability, before his work in the 3-4 with Washington, still is alive and well as he rejoins a 4-3 front. Shows up on gameday via the pass rush and run defending. DT Deadrin Senat Best Case Scenario: Flashes big play ability, with an ability to grow into a Jarret level talent, beside Grady Jarrett. LB Emanuel Ellerbe Best Case Scenario: Flashes as an undrafted rookie, like Brian Poole did, giving us confident in our linebacker depth, and an added talented boost to our special teams. LB Foye Oluokun Best Case Scenario: Displays a knack for sniffing out the football, quick decision making and speed that shows up on gameday. CB Isaiah Oliver Best Case Scenario: Starts fast, like Marshon Lattimore did last year for the Saints, shows that he can be an immediate difference maker in this simple, yet effective, defensive scheme. Causes multiple turnovers and allows the Falcons to have 3 high level cornerbacks, along with Trufant and Alford. CB/ST Justin Bethel Best Case Scenario: Proves to be a valuable addition to special teams, making the Probowl as a special teamer with a load of special teams contributions for us. CONCLUSION: With some growth from our veterans, some fast career starts from our rookies, and some good luck, we may find ourselves with Super Bowl aspirations come January. Lets Go Falcons!
  2. Really disappointed.
  3. Beasley McKinley Jarrett Reed Crawford Shelby McClain Campbell Poole Go Hit That QB!!!
  4. Wish we could find an old successful OC who doesnt aspire to become a HC. Changing OCs every couple years sucks for Matt.
  5. Hes gonezo
  6. Yep. But won’t happen.
  7. Crawford: QUINN wanted this guy. He feels he can FEATURE his upfield pass rush attack. Similar to Clayborn rushing from the inside of Takk McKinnley... Jarrett, Beasley and Takk are already Rising Stars. Give me a lead. Let the other team feel pressed to pass. And sick Jarrett, Beasley, Takk and Crawford on them.
  8. He'll wind up on an NFC rivals team and we will be annoyed.
  9. Man.. That just elevated my worrying through the roof!
  10. But WHO IS OUR FULLBACK!!???? 0-16 is staring us in the face!!!!
  11. that was shorter than i was expecting.
  12. *Liked by Luke McNitt Just a fun Twitter interaction with a Falcons roster hopeful at FB. Ha.
  13. I disagree. The perfect fit next to Jarrett is Aaron Donald...