Atlanta Falcons 2014 Mock Draft: Post Free Agency Edition

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September 09, 2012; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli talks with Atlanta Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff during pre-game warmup before the game at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

We are now almost a week into Free Agency, and the Falcons seem to be finished making moves until the draft rolls around in early May.  Thomas Dimitroff and the coaching staff have added some key players at defensive tackle, defensive end, and offensive guard; all of which will no longer be of major need on draft night.  Obviously, you can’t build a championship team through free agency (see 2011 Eagles), but you can really help your chances of getting there with a splash or two (see 2013 Seahawks).  Atlanta has made their splashes, and are ready to get back on track in 2014.  To do that, however, they must have a great draft.  Here is how they can…

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  • Jim Love

    I wouldn’t wait until the 4th round to take an offensive lineman. IMHO, taking a TE in the 2nd round would be a big mistake as Atlanta could snag a solid one a few rounds later. I would also like to see Atlanta take one more DL, either a pass rusher at DE or a versatile interior DL that could stuff the run and occasionally get after the QB.