Nov 15, 2014; Fayetteville, AR, USA; LSU Tigers cornerback Jalen Collins (32) knocks Arkansas Razorbacks tight end Hunter Henry (84) out of bounds during the second half at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. The Arkansas Razorbacks defeat the LSU Tigers 17-0. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
The Atlanta Falcons will be a better team in 2015, there really is no other way for the team to go other than forward. With Dan Quinn and the recruiting off-season practically coming to a close, every aspect of the team has changed in a positive way.
The offense will have Matt Ryan and Julio Jones returning for at least another year, and the offensive line will look to continue their momenteum from the end of last season.
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"“Atlanta should be much better in a division that can’t get much worse I think the Falcons‘ solid draft — which included pass-rushing terror Vic Beasley and big-play back Tevin Coleman — combined with Matt Ryan‘s arm and a weak division lends hope that Atlanta can make the playoffs. A new coaching staff should be able to change the team’s collective mindset and improve the defense; it’s not going to be anything close to a dominant D, but it should be markedly better. Coleman should provide a boost to the rushing attack and relieve some of the pressure on Ryan. The biggest positive for the Falcons is that no team in the NFC South truly scares anybody.” NFL.com"
The defensive transformation that is to come may be the biggest the organization has ever seen. The new players in Justin Durant, Adrian Clayborn, and Brooks Reed will help the process.
The new rookies will help as well, and they will be repping these jersey numbers next season.
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