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  1. I think they are trying to stock pile picks for that purpose. Kelly needs picks plus Canfora just tweeted he is on the block.
  2. You could possibly get his proven nfl worthy brother for the same price.
  3. I say give them our third round pick and call it a deal. Maybe Dimitroff should think long and hard about giving them a 2nd rounder if not third. What do you guys think?
  4. Thank you both for formatting my post. Not sure why it does that.
  5. The draft is right around the corner and I wanted chime in on what I think should happen. Key word- Should. Tampa: Winston Tennessee: Williams Jaguars: Fowler Jr. Raiders: Amari Cooper Redskins: Vic Beasley Jets: Gurley Bears: White Falcons* Trade with Texans for 16th pick,82nd pick,116th pick, and the 175th pick in the draft. Falcons trade 73rd pick and 107th pick to Kansas City for the 49th pick. Now to our draft: 16TH PICK: Bud Dupree DE/OLB 42ND PICK: Stephone Anthony LB 49TH PICK: Eric Rowe DB/S 116TH PICK: David Johnson RB 146TH PICK: TY Montgomery WR 175TH PICK: Max Garcia OL/C 185TH PICK: Ray Drew DE 225TH PICK: Cam Thomas CB 249TH PICK: Jean Sifrin TE
  6. yeah, my bad but he really impressed the Panthers and shows he could bulk up and not lose any speed. I hope he is available if Beasley isn't.
  7. Weight : 243 lbs Bench 26 40 yard 4.53 to 4.57 10 yard 1.57
  8. http://www.thefalcoholic.com/2015/3/23/8272903/matt-ryan-stats-rankings-and-milestones Matt Ryan: Stats, rankings and milestones you never knew By Dave Choate @TheFalcoholic on Mar 23, 2015, 12:00p 36 Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports Analysts Ryan Michael breaks down interesting stats about the Falcons' franchise quarterback. Tweet Share on Twitter Share Share on Facebook Pin Pinterest 36 Comments ⋆ Rec Recommend this Post 1 By: Ryan Michael Pro Football Analyst Published: March 21st, 2015 After starting his career with five consecutive winning seasons (2008-12), the perception of Matt Ryans ascension has since tapered off. Backed by the NFLs 27th ranked scoring defense in 2013 and 2014, the Atlanta Falcons have only won (10) games over the past two seasons. Has Ryan regressed as a passer, or has his individual output exceed that of his supporting cast? In the history of the NFL, only two quarterbacks have ever strung together (3) or more consecutive seasons with 4,500+ passing yards, 25+ touchdown passes, while maintaining a completion percentage above 66.0. The first was Peyton Manning, whose streak has continued for (5) consecutive seasons (2009-10, 2012-14). The other is Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan. In 2012: Ryan was backed by the NFLs 5th ranked scoring defense, the Falcons boasted a league-best 13-3 record, as Ryan broke Falcons franchise marks for passing yardage (4,719), touchdown passes (32) and completion-percentage (68.6). While his detractors preached that had yet to win a playoff game, Ryans Falcons became the first, and only, team to defeated the Seahawks famed "Legion of Boom" in the postseason, when healthy (see: Tom Brady, Super Bowl XLIX vs. injured Sherman, Thomas and Chancellor). Ryans 90.5 postseason QBR (2012) is the highest mark in QBR history dating back to 2006. In the 2012 NFC Championship game vs. the 49ers 2nd ranked pass-defense (NY/A), Ryan recorded the highest single-game QBR in championship game history and still lost. Had the Falcons defense not allowed Colin Kaepernick to record the second highest total QBR in championship game history, the Falcons might have advanced to Super Bowl XLVII. Things would only get worse for Ryan in the team-support department. The Falcons ranked 27th in points-surrendered in 2013 and 2014 giving up a horrendous 26.9 points per-game. Their rushing-offense ranked 32nd (dead last) in 2013 averaging only 77.9 yards per-game. In 2013, Ryan completed 439 passes the 7th highest single-season mark in NFL history at the time and the most ever for a quarterback supported by the NFLs least productive rushing attack. Ryans 415 completions in 2014 ranked 2nd in the NFL ahead of Roethlisberger (408), Peyton Manning (395), Luck (380), Brady (373) and Rodgers (341). Ryan holds the NFL record for most completions in the first (7) years of a quarterbacks career. Ryan also has the second most passing yards in the first (7) seasons of a quarterbacks career. Using the QBS2 multigenerational grading system that combines league ranking in QBR, DVOA and passer rating, Ryan ranks high above many members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Ryan Michael is a Pro Football Analyst and creator of the QBS multigenerational grading system.
  9. Glad we didn't sign him for that much. He obviously flashed some potential but a high risk high reward deal. Lowery or Johnson should be our only options at this point.
  10. Exactly! Maybe he isn't the best MLB but he wasn't our worst starter. Obviously his stay with the team means Quinn sees talent that he could work with.
  11. Sometimes you can compensate a sub par player by surrounding him with talent. Adding reeds and Durant and a potential draft pick ( Beasey/Fowler/Dupree.)I think the 2nd rnd should clearly be BPA.
  12. Okay, you might be correct about his 40 time. I heard from Seahawk fans that he ran a high 4.3 in his pro day. He is very talented and only 24. I am assuming that he may be available since his role will be diminished.
  13. Actually he has much better hands then Toilolo. He had a breakout game versus the Cardinals defense on Sunday night football. 3 catches 139 yds. He runs a 4.38 as a TE. He would be awesome in our offense.
  14. The fastest TE in the league who had some injuries last year but really came on toward the end of the year. Now that the Hawks have Graham, I would offer them a 6th rnd pick or a 5th rnd in 2016 for him. If he is available, he is the best available TE in the market.
  15. I also hope they don't sign Andre Johnson or Torrey Smith either.
  16. https://twitter.com/nfl/status/575025974888235008/photo/1
  17. Per twitter feed from Ian Rapapport. Sorry I don't know how to copy and paste the tweet.
  18. http://www.foxsports.com/south/story/3-round-nfl-mock-draft-for-the-atlanta-falcons-012815 8. Atlanta Falcons -- Dante Fowler, Jr., OLB -- Florida Fowler is arguably the best player on the board at this point, and he's without a doubt one of the best edge rushers. He's also versatile enough to play with his hand in the ground or as a stand-up rusher. Fowler posted 8.5 sacks last season and 15 tackles for loss. He can set the edge and also has the unique trait of shooting through gaps like he's propelled by rocket fuel. While at Florida, he was moved around on all downs to find the best matchup for him to exploit. He played on the left and right side at the end position, and also inside or outside at linebacker. Speaking of the Gators, Fowler player for coach-in-waiting Dan Quinn in 2012 when Quinn was the defensive coordinator at Florida. Quinn has a knack for putting people in situations to succeed, and Fowler has a good work history with Atlanta's likely next head coach. 2.10. (42nd overall) Atlanta Falcons -- Nate Orchard, OLB -- Utah Orchard was one of the stars of the Senior Bowl, absolutely blowing past offensive linemen all week, including first-rounder T.J. Clemmings. He also showed that he could get into coverage and hold his own there. With 18.5 sacks, Orchard finished second in the Pac-12 last season. He added 21 tackles for loss to finish in third place in the conference. He's likely going to be more of an outside linebacker than end in the NFL, but he showed an energy and powerful force that mens he'll beat offensive linemen with regularity. 3.9. (73rd overall) Atlanta Falcons -- Nick O'Leary, TE -- Florida State Anyone who watched the differences between the 2013 offense and the 2014 version the Falcons trotted out immediately can agree that Atlanta missed Gonzalez at tight end. Matt Ryan seemed to long for that third huge target, and no No. 3 receiver could fill that void. O'Leary won the Mackay Award as the nation's best tight end last season. He caught 48 passes, and had more touchdown grabs (6) than any other ACC tight end. At 6-foot-3 and 244 pounds, he's not an immense target like Gonzalez was, but he can play in the NFL. He's a good route runner, and O'Leary has tremendous hands. He's shown the ability to catch passes in traffic as well. O'Leary, and this could be crucial for the Falcons, is also very capable in pass protection.
  19. TEMPE, Ariz. -- Another coach may be considered for the Arizona Cardinals' next defensive coordinator. Theyd like to interview Atlanta Falcons defensive coordinator Mike Nolan, according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. Nolan completed his third season with the Falcons in 2014, a season in which the Falcons allowed the most yards per game (398.3), yards per play (6.14), passing yards per game (279.9), passing yards per play (7.91), rushing touchdowns (21) and first downs per game (22.4) while finishing the year with the highest third-down percentage (46.8) in the league. The Falcons ran a 3-4 base defense in 2014, which would ease his transition to the Cardinals locker room. But Atlanta ran some 4-3, like Arizona did last season, as well. Nolan was the San Francisco 49ers head coach from 2005-08 and posted a 2-6 record against the Cardinals. He was 18-37 overall with the Niners. Nolan coached Cardinals outside linebacker John Abraham in 2012, Nolans first season and Abrahams last year with the Falcons. The Cardinals are also scheduled to meet with former Pittsburgh Steelers defensive coordinator **** LeBeau this week, according to Schefter
  20. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2334504-kyle-shanahan-will-make-falcons-offense-even-more-dangerous
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