Atlanta Falcons 2014 Mock Draft: Pre Free Agency Edition

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Apr 26, 2013; New York, NY, USA; NFL commissioner Roger Goodell speaks before the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

 

The 2014 NFL Offseason will be one to remember for Falcons fans nationwide, as the team will be entering a new era in it’s history.  In Mike Smith’s first 5 years, the Falcons didn’t suffer through a losing season.  And while the 2013 season didn’t end in the way we had all hoped, it will bring an influx of fresh legs and high potential.  Thomas Dimitroff knows that the team is still in position to win a Super Bowl, but holes will need to be addressed, and fast.

*The following mock is based around the assumption that the Falcons resign Corey Peters, and either retain Babineaux, or sign a FA replacement.  It will also not include any compensatory picks, as none of them are finalized.

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  • Keith Lawson

    only 2 defensive players and one in the 7th?

  • Tyrone Brascomb

    I’d rather have Kyle Van Noy or Jeremiah Attaochu than Murphy in the 2nd round then Jimmie Ward in the 3rd round if available but still draft Boston if available in the 7th round. We have to get some beef at DT so I’d go there in the 4th round. It’s a really deep draft for WRs so address that in the 7th round. I don’t really see any game changers at RB so taking a chance on underrated no-names Lorenzo Taliaferra and Storm Johnson or one with a troubled past like Isaiah Crowell late in the draft with a compensatory picks. Since we’re keeping S Jackson, TE is a bigger need and should be addressed in the 5th round. I like Jensen, Lynch, and Gilmore. Not playing Toilolo more last year was a mistake by the staff.

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