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Round 5, Pick 174 Atlanta’s final pick in the draft was all about upside. Saurbet was not highly recruited, is inconsistent on tape, and has no...Continue reading »

Round 5, Pick 156 It might have been a little surprising to hear a running back’s name called by the Falcons, considering they already have a two-headed...Continue reading »

Round 5, Pick 149: Damontae Kazee With the former of the two fifth-rounders, the Falcons went with a ball-hawk out of San Diego State. Right after the...Continue reading »

Round 4, Pick 136: Sean Harlow Offensive guard was the biggest question mark heading into the draft for Atlanta. Chris Chester announced his retirement,...Continue reading »

Round 3, Pick 75: Duke Riley Atlanta opted to trade their second-round pick and received three picks in return from the Bills. Buffalo gave up a third...Continue reading »

The 2017 draft was one of the most exciting in recent memory. It consisted of numerous trades up and down the board and even more questionable decisions...Continue reading »

Round 1, Pick 31: Charles Harris, EDGE Rusher, Missouri When Dan Quinn became the head coach of the Atlanta Falcons, the team had virtually no pass rush....Continue reading »

Round One Pick 31: Tim Williams Edge Alabama With the off season addition of defensive tackle┬áDontari Poe, the Falcons have alleviated the need to pick...Continue reading »

Who wasn’t a little surprised to here Keanu Neal’s name called when the Falcons selected with the 17th overall pick? The Falcons have consistently...Continue reading »

  This was an interesting draft, and a lot of teams made out with a lot of good players. The “risks” on this report are players that were: 1....Continue reading »