This week’s takeaways discuss what the Atlanta Falcons’ draft plans may be in light of the front-office changes this offseason.
This week’s takeaways discuss how the impending penalties the Atlanta Falcons face from “Noisegate” could affect their draft plans.
The Atlanta Falcons have no major needs to address at one of their few areas of strength: special teams.
The Atlanta Falcons’ new defensive scheme requires a top-level free safety, something the team will seek this offseason.
The Atlanta Falcons will likely seek to bolster their depth at cornerback, starting with improving the nickel position.
The Atlanta Falcons are expected to prioritize upgrading linebacker, which was one of the team’s weakest positions in 2014.
The Atlanta Falcons have future needs at defensive tackle, but it might take a year before they have the resources to address them.
The Atlanta Falcons are expected to make multiple additions to try and upgrade the quality of their pass rush at defensive end.
The Atlanta Falcons will look to bolster their depth along the offensive line’s interior this offseason.
The Atlanta Falcons need to decide if Ryan Schraeder is the future at right tackle and potentially add a swing tackle this offseason.