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What appeared to be the weakest link coming into the draft was finally addressed by Atlanta with their third-round pick. There were rumors the Falcons...Continue reading »

Atlanta continued their trend of picking talent over positional need in the second round with the selection of Isaiah Oliver. The Colorado product made...Continue reading »

For the first time in the Dan Quinn era, the Falcons did not draft a defensive player with their first-round pick. Instead, they went with the best player...Continue reading »

Round 1: Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama While the Atlanta Falcons had certain positions of need, they went best player available for this selection. Calvin...Continue reading »

Starting next week, we will begin a series on YouTube called “four-minute Fridays” where we give a rundown of everything that took place in...Continue reading »

The Falcons hit on a home run pick on Thursday night. They chose another stud Alabama wide receiver in Calvin Ridley. At 26th overall, this is an incredible...Continue reading »

Arden Key– DE, LSU What a disappointing year it has been for Key. This time last year, draft experts had him panned as a lock to go in the top ten...Continue reading »

D.J. Chark– WR, LSU Chark was arguably the best player on LSU’s football team last season and sort of flew under the radar in terms of the...Continue reading »

Round 1, Pick 26: Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota State The Falcons finally go get “the guy” that they have needed at tight end ever since...Continue reading »

Round 1, Pick 26: Maurice Hurst, DT/DE, Michigan Several experts have coined Hurst as one of the steals of the NFL draft. The Falcons have shown no problem...Continue reading »