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15 hours ago, Joey563 said:

You think he would be a good trade back into the first QB to sit behind Ryan and learn from A Smith for a couple seasons?

Yeah he likely has the highest ceiling out of all the QBs, though I feel if we're gonna take a QB I'd rather they just sit for the season and then give them the keys in year 2, but regardless I think he'd fit well for us or any team to sit and learn.

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I actually kind of like Lance. I think sitting on the bench for a year or two is his ideal situation. He has great raw potential; his arm strength and athleticism is there. He just needs some mechanic

This is a pretty decent analysis on Trey Lance, for those of you who are hoping we trade down and draft this kid. 

2 hours ago, ya_boi_j said:

So i just watched breakdowns for the past hour and a half. The biggest thing that stands out is that he has hoppy(no that is not a typo) feet and can be inaccurate in wide open situations. Tight spiral and nice zip which is a great thing. I think I agree with you about the highest potential and most risky, which in my opinion gives him the highest potential. He's one that would benefit greatly from sitting and learning. 

As for drafting him, I wouldn't be against it, but it would happen in a trade down, not #4. Personally I would much rather take a hard look at Mac Jones before settling on these top names. Check this video out if you get a chance. Points out both positives and negatives

 

 

Yeah, he needs to work on tightening up his footwork. From what I see from videos of him from different places like Twitter and Youtube, he's working hard on that now in his routine workouts. Would be best if he sits for a year or 2 behind an established QB.

 

I agree that the Falcons would need to trade down. But it might get much harder to do so though depending on how his proday goes. Especially if he completely kills it like Josh Allen did during his workouts.

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Just now, DonOfThemBirds said:

 

Yeah, he needs to work on tightening up his footwork. From what I see from videos of him from different places like Twitter and Youtube, he's working hard on that now in his workouts. Would be best if he sits for a year or 2 behind an established QB.

 

I agree that the Falcons would need to trade down. But it might get much harder to do so though depending on how his proday goes. Especially if he completely kills it like Josh Allen did during his workouts.

Yeah his pro day is going to be huge. The footwork can be improved easily, especially considered how hard he's working. His accuracy would probably be my biggest concern overall. He missed quite a few open targets from a clean pocket. That's a huge red flag. Overall, as long as he isn't thrown into a starting slot come day 1, I think he will have a solid career. If he's thrown to the wolves come opening day, I'm not sure he has a solid rookie season UNLESS he falls into the perfect situation. 

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19 hours ago, Arkridge said:

He's got the highest ceiling of the QBs in the draft and Atlanta is the perfect destination for him considering he'll be sitting behind Matt Ryan for at least one season. It would be nice if we could get him in a trade back scenario but I wouldn't be mad at all if he was "our guy" and we just went ahead and got him at 4.

 

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5 hours ago, Cole World said:

 

Exactly my thoughts. The last play in the video is the classic TE throwback that Austin Hooper and Hayden Hurst have had lots of success on. I think he would look really good on play action bootlegs and things of the sort. If the value is there, I say pull the trigger.

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9 hours ago, NashvilleFalcon01 said:

Exactly my thoughts. The last play in the video is the classic TE throwback that Austin Hooper and Hayden Hurst have had lots of success on. I think he would look really good on play action bootlegs and things of the sort. If the value is there, I say pull the trigger.

I’d have to see a bit more from him between now and the draft to want to draft him at 4. It’s possible we could boost his value to that point. Right now I would be hesitant. 

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I just don't see all the hype in Lance. I wouldn't touch him in the 1st. He should be like one of those QBs that slides to the last pick of the first round at best (but he probably won't because of the demand). He could go to Carolina or Denver if they stay put and don't take Mac Jones first (and I would). Could go to SF cuz Shanny thinks he's the QB whisperer. Or could go to WFT or Chicago because they don't have any other hope and are desperate. I'd give him an easy pass and take Book, Ehlinger, Monds, Trask or Newman (and I really don't like Newman at all) later in the draft. Any of those will be as good of a backup and won't cost me a day 1 pick.

Lance feels like a 3-4 year project, JMHO. If we take him somewhere, I'll root like an SOB for him, but I hope we don't. 

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