Dirty Bird Daily: Atlanta Falcons’ building blocks for 2016
Good morning, Falcons fans. It’s Friday at last, and there is plenty of speculation getting underway now heading into free agency and the draft. Over the next few months, a number of names will be paired with the Atlanta Falcons, and here at Blogging Dirty we continue to dive into what moves we think would make sense for the Falcons.
As you enjoy your Friday morning coffee, sit back and enjoy these articles from the world of the Atlanta Falcons.
Identifying Falcons’ 2015 offensive improvements — Andrew Hirsh of AtlantaFalcons.com
"2015 was a year of change for Atlanta’s offense, and even though it faced a great deal of challenges, it got better in many ways. Here are the five biggest improvements Kyle Shanahan’s unit made this season."
Falcons 2015 roster review: Devonta Freeman — Kendall Jackson of The Falcoholic
"The second-year running back churned out a career year and became the first running back since Michael Turner in 2011 to eclipse the 1,000-yard mark for the season. He also earned a Pro Bowl berth and was named to the All-Pro second-team roster. Let’s explore Freeman’s season in more detail."
Atlanta Falcons: Seven building blocks for 2016 — Jeff Smith of FoxSports.com
"While the Atlanta Falcons, just like all other NFL teams will be searching for ways to improve in the 2016 offseason, that doesn’t mean this team doesn’t have quite a bit of talent on their roster."
Kevin Dodd: Atlanta Falcons draft profile — John Buhler of ATL All Day
"Kevin Dodd had a huge game for Clemson in the National Championship against Alabama. Might the Atlanta Falcons take the Clemson defensive end at No. 17?"