How Will the Atlanta Falcons Address the Line of Scrimmage?

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Oct 27, 2013; Phoenix, AZ, USA; The Atlanta Falcons defensive line squares off against the Arizona Cardinals offensive line during the first half at University of Phoenix Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

Last season, Atlanta fans had the luxury of arguing about what would help them get to the Super Bowl they only barely missed.  Should the go with a corner, a pass rusher, a veteran running back, or a tight end early in the draft?  This season Atlanta fans have the luxury of knowing exactly where their troubles lie: the line of scrimmage.  Both sides played awfully in some areas and any way that the front office decides to fix it, it can be fixed and Thomas Dimitroff and Arthur Blank are willing to put in as much money as possible to turn Atlanta into a winning team again.  Here are a few possibilities of offseason moves Atlanta could execute to ensure the offseason is a success:

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Topics: Anthony Barr, Atlanta Falcons, Brian Orakpo, Eugene Monroe, Jadaveon Clowney, Thomas Dimitroff

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