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  1. He's not really on the block, at least not until someone else selects Mariotta that is.

    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. 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

  3. 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.

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    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.

  4. The Tampa Bay Times' Greg Auman reports the Bucs are "involved with" free agent DE Derrick Morgan.

    It's the first team connected to Morgan. The 26-year-old has experience in both the 4-3 and 3-4, but projects as a better fit for a 4-3 team like Tampa. The Bucs are in need of pass rushers after Michael Johnson flopped as a 2014 free-agent signing. Adrian Clayborn and Da'Quan Bowers are free agents. Mar 9 - 12:47 PM

    Source: Greg Auman on Twitter

    He is a better fit here.

  5. Cutting Tyson Jackson would cost more than keeping him, way more. Also, Holliman is Decoud 2.0.

    He is cut for his horrible play. Biggest mistake of Dimitioli era. Makes room for 4-3 scheme with Babs, Peters, and Hageman.

    Holliman can learn new tackling techniques from the rugby style technique coaching

    . You can't teach his range and instincts.

  6. Resigns

    Peters

    Spoon

    Weems

    Bryant

    Dimarco

    Cuts

    Baker June 1st

    Blalock

    Jackson Rb

    Jackson De/DT

    FA pickups

    Patrick Willis LB (cap casualty) 3 yr/ 16 mil

    Nick Fairley DT 4 yr / 27 mil

    Brian Schoefield OLB 3 yr / 7 mil

    Jason Piere Paul DE 6yr / 64mil

    Clint Boling OG 3 yr / 22mil

    Davon House CB 4 yr / 10 mil

    Draft

    1 rd trade rights to Amar Cooper with browns for 12th pick and 3 rd pick and 5 th rnd pick.

    Falcons draft

    1st Rnd

    Dante Fowler Jr. Quinn sees talent and develops talent. He gets both here.

    2nd rnd

    Denzel Perryman lB best lb available. Great production

    3rd rnd

    Gerod Holliman FS, I know Southward but I feel Quinn could make him a hybrid safety/corner. We need a rangy safety who has great ball instincts.

    3rd rnd browns

    Jeremiah Poutasi OT

    Great tackle to compete for RT.

    Also a groomed pick to start 2016

    4th rnd

    David Johnson RB

    ZBS will do wonders for me

    5th rnd

    Nick Boyle TE need some help in the middle of the field

    5th rnd browns

    Ladarius Gunter CB

    Seattle corner

    6th rnd

    Titus Davis WR

    Special teams and depth

    7th rnd

    Conner Neighbors FB

    Challenge Dimarco for FB role

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