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From that beard he looks like he's been left off the backstreet boys 

Brandon Marshall spitting facts.

For those that didn't watch the video, he DOES NOT say Atlanta should take a QB. He says Atlanta should stay at #4 and take BPA, which in his opinion isn't a QB.  Also, Brandon Marshall spitting

Very good points and a clear case for why we most likely won't be looking at QB if we keep our pick @ #4. Makes little sense to make the 4th QB selection instead of taking your pick of literally any other position. 

A point they didn't make is the fact that we will likely offer the opportunity to draft the highest rated player at literally any other position makes our pick highly valuable for teams that are zeroed in on a particular player. For instance a team like the Giants might want to pair their young QB with a top WR and be willing to trade up for the chance to draft Chase or Smith. 

The trade down is a distinct possibility, but I believe Arthur Smith will fall in love with the possibilities Pitts offers your offense from a versatility/schematic standpoint. 

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7 minutes ago, Herr Doktor said:

Gotta create a different voice to generate views of the content to get that advertising cheddar.  

In truth, no one has a clue what will happen.  None.  It's all conjecture and guess work.

I think this is one of the most realistic takes. They clearly said they haven’t heard credible reports which was being reported by other media. Schultz was peddling garbage all along. Ha ha

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Both spoke facts... no objection to either. But it all depends on the team trying to move up and if it includes a future 1st. Because by the same logic if a team doesn't have a QB and is willing to move up to get the 4th best QB in exchange for a future first rounder... there's a good chance that the pick will be high and possibly closer to the timeline that we need a QB or could possibly package two first rounders to move up.

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40 minutes ago, MD-FalconFan13 said:

Very good points and a clear case for why we most likely won't be looking at QB if we keep our pick @ #4. Makes little sense to make the 4th QB selection instead of taking your pick of literally any other position. 

A point they didn't make is the fact that we will likely offer the opportunity to draft the highest rated player at literally other position makes our pick highly valuable for teams that are zeroed in on a particular player. For instance a team like the Giants might want to pair their young QB with a top WR and be willing to trade up for the chance to draft Chase or Smith. 

The trade down is a distinct possibility, but I believe Arthur Smith will fall in love with the possibilities Pitts offers your offense from a versatility/schematic standpoint. 

Yessir, especially with Cinci, Miami, Detroit all sitting there wanting weapons. Someone may want to leap them for Chase or Pitts.

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For those that didn't watch the video, he DOES NOT say Atlanta should take a QB. He says Atlanta should stay at #4 and take BPA, which in his opinion isn't a QB. 

Also, Brandon Marshall spitting fire (paraphrased). 'Matt Ryan gives them the greatest chance to win. He's the answer, not the problem. 10 straight 4,000 yard seasons. Only Drew Brees has a longer streak. The problem is Dan Quinn's defense, it has always been Dan Quinn's defense.' 

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1 hour ago, MD-FalconFan13 said:

Very good points and a clear case for why we most likely won't be looking at QB if we keep our pick @ #4. Makes little sense to make the 4th QB selection instead of taking your pick of literally any other position. 

A point they didn't make is the fact that we will likely offer the opportunity to draft the highest rated player at literally other position makes our pick highly valuable for teams that are zeroed in on a particular player. For instance a team like the Giants might want to pair their young QB with a top WR and be willing to trade up for the chance to draft Chase or Smith. 

The trade down is a distinct possibility, but I believe Arthur Smith will fall in love with the possibilities Pitts offers your offense from a versatility/schematic standpoint. 

Man can't you guys lay off the pitts crap. Never draft a tight end in the top five. Especially when it's not even a complete tight end. Man what's going on with this fan base

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