If I was a betting man, I would bet that ultimately the Falcons will use their 2013 top pick on a tight end. TD is a need-based drafter and if you assume Gonzo retires and the Falcons don't pursue a top level free agent, then eir biggest need at least from their perspective will be tigh end because that player will immediately be expected to start which generally has been a prerequisite for our top pick each year. It was surprising that Konz did not begin the season as the starter.
I'd love to see the Falcons go after a pass rusher as this draft seems loaded with them at the top assuming many of the juniors come out. A question the Falcons will have to answer is whether or not they target a tweener type due to their quasi-hybrid defense. That will open up more possibilities in Rounds 1 and 2. But given Biermann's role, a more traditional DE type is likely.
As for an inside linebacker, the only point to drafting one high is selecting someone that you believe can be a top three-down player. That usually requires a Top 50 pick.
"Vincere scis, Hannibal, victoria uti nescis" -- Maharbal, 216 B.C.E.