Atlanta Falcons: How far are the Falcons from the Super Bowl?
Good morning, Atlanta Falcons fans. As you sip your coffee this Tuesday morning, enjoy reading these Falcons articles from around the blogosphere.
Quinn: How far are the Falcons from the Super Bowl? — D. Orlando Ledbetter of AJC.com
After coaching in two straight Super Bowls, Dan Quinn was forced to sit at home during the playoffs in first year in charge of the Atlanta Falcons. But that doesn’t mean there weren’t positives to build on heading into 2016. Hear what Quinn had to say about the state of the Falcons and how they must improve moving forward.
Falcons review: Mike Person blocks well, snaps poorly — Dave Choate of The Falcoholic
The Falcoholic have continued their Falcons’ player reviews by moving onto center Mike Person. As a whole, his blocking was good in 2015, but his snapping? At times, not so good.
Prioritizing Falcons’ 2016 draft needs — John Buhler of ATL All Day
What are the Atlanta Falcons’ biggest needs in the draft? Our friends at ATL All Day break it down. John Buhler starts with the team’s tertiary needs and works through the secondary and finally primary needs. The Falcons only have five picks in the upcoming draft as things stand.
Will Falcons go shopping for a safety again? — Dave Choate of The Falcoholic
One of the Falcons’ biggest needs is at safety. With William Moore likely to depart Atlanta, what options do the Falcons have moving forward at the position?
Next: Atlanta Falcons updated mock draft
Devonta Freeman, Julio Jones shine at Pro Bowl — Andrew Hirsh of AtlantaFalcons.com
Freeman and Jones both scored touchdowns at the Pro Bowl, for those of you that didn’t watch. Which, let’s be honest, is probably the vast majority of you. All four Falcons, in fact, put in good performances. Desmond Trufant had a quiet day, not being targeted. No change there.