1. Kyle Pitts is going to be part of the solution for the Atlanta Falcons offense
Kyle Pitts made the Pro Bowl in his rookie season and surpassed 1,000-yards establishing himself as one of the better tight ends in the league. This season, however, was just a hint of what Pitts is capable of accomplishing.
Pitts put together a great rookie season despite having a quarterback who didn’t have time to stand in the pocket and without help from the receiver position. Russell Gage had a strong second half of the season but there isn’t a defense in the league that is scared of Gage.
Kyle Pitts demands respect and dealt with a lot of attention considering this was his rookie season. Atlanta will improve the offensive line and the receiving core this off-season. These moves along with Kyle’s development in the league and having a year under his belt set the young pass-catcher up for a huge year two.
Kyle Pitts will be in Atlanta for years to come whether or not the current Atlanta Falcons front office is a success. They definitely made one right move and that was deciding to draft a player who is going to become one of the best players in the league in Kyle Pitts.