And neither does anyone else in the Falcon Organization apparently. "We weren't looking at it thinking about risks; we weren't making a decision like this with Julio with the concern that this player would bust," Dimitroff said. "That was not even part of discussion, and everyone was part of this decision. Nobody in our organization feared bust or even mediocrity with Julio. It was never a concern. If there was a concern, it was more in line with, 'OK, how do we approach this? How do we get our heads around a two this year and, most importantly, the one next year.' Follow the above link to read the full article along with the NFL Network's interview with Dimitroff from the Draft.