3. Jakobi Meyers
This fit could be an expensive one, however, if the Falcons are unwilling to add to the position in the trade market or an early-round draft pick Meyers makes a lot of sense for the Falcons. Jakobi put up solid numbers in an offense that isn’t exactly high flying led by Mac Jones and a New England team that has fallen far since Tom Brady was the quarterback.
Meyers is from Georgia and perhaps would be interested in accepting a deal to return to his home state. Jakobi is the perfect second option in a player who will get plenty of targets while still keeping Kyle Pitts and Drake London as the primary pass catchers.
Jakobi finished the 2022 season with 804 yards and 6 touchdowns despite playing with Jones and missing three games. With a full season in the Atlanta offense, the Falcons would have three players more than capable of going over the 1,000-yard mark and give themselves a trio of targets that would set Ridder up for success or make Atlanta an attractive landing spot for a top quarterback if Desmond isn’t able to hold the job in his first season as a starter.