3 Worst moves of the Atlanta Falcons off-season thus far
The teardown should be the most straightforward part of a rebuild despite the way the Atlanta Falcons’ off-season has gone. The Atlanta front office has insisted that the team is attempting to compete and focused on winning despite the obvious fact that the team is rebuilding.
Every front office speaks in code and is purposely not as forthcoming as the media might wish they were. However, Atlanta has seemed to be on a level of their own this off-season from their insistence on competing to the way they handled the Matt Ryan and Deshaun Watson situations there is reason to have a healthy level of concern.
Ryan heading to Indy was the best move for the veteran but Atlanta could have handled the situation better. A sentence that has been used far too often in what should be a straightforward off-season. Acquire cap space and shed veterans in favor of draft picks selling your fanbase a bright future.
The script is rather easy to follow though this fact has seemingly escaped the Falcons’ front office. A front office that has seemed to lack conviction for a rebuild that they started leaving the team making these three obvious mistakes so far this off-season.