2018 Atlanta Falcons Draft Coverage
‘Calvin Ridley will not be hard to use properly’ and more rookie receiver thoughts from Football Outsiders
Ridley’s headed for a strong first season, as Football Outsiders knows.
The NFL’s 2018 Supplemental Draft begins today at 1pm ET, and this could be the most talented class in history. Will the Falcons have interest in any of the prospects?
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 8:10pm ET as they break down some of the biggest roster battles heading into training camp, and recap what we’ve learned from OTAs.
The Falcons have the awesome Grady Jarrett headlining the DT rotation, but what can we expect from the rest of the group?
The Falcons have the #elite Alex Mack as their starter at center, but what does the depth chart look like behind him?
Join the crew of The Falcoholic Live at 8:10pm ET as they give their thoughts on the Falcons’ 2018 draft class and UDFA haul, as well as their finest takes on Matt Ryan’s extension.
The Falcons’ starting trio of Julio Jones, Mohamed Sanu, and Calvin Ridley could be the best in the NFL, but how does the depth look behind them?
We focus on the skill set of the 2018 third rounder and what he brings to the Falcons.
The Falcons’ vacancy at FB will likely come down to a group of four UDFAs, including two true FBs, an RB convert, and a HB-style TE.
Some tough decisions will have to be made, ultimately.
Fear not Falcons fans, the special teams unit should be a lot better next season
Here is a breakdown of the Falcons latest second round draft pick.
How did this one shake out?
Selecting the dynamic wide receiver creates more intrigue going into a pivotal season.
Daniel Marx and Luke McNitt are the names to watch for the moment.
By purpose or by circumstance, Atlanta’s pick has skyrocket potential.
The Falcons recognized a weakness and spent their draft picks addressing on special teams.
The Atlanta Falcons have selected LB Foyesade Oluokun with the 200th pick in the 6th round of the 2018 NFL Draft.
The Atlanta Falcons have traded up and selected WR Russell Gage with the 194th pick in the 6th round of the 2018 NFL Draft.
The Falcons have several selections left. Who can they choose from?
There are no guarantees, but Atlanta crushed it. What about everyone else?
Senat will be part of a rotation, but he has the upside required to become a nasty defensive tackle.
This is a stellar pick, and the Falcons will put him to use immediately.
What will happen tonight?
Reactions were all over the place for this surprise pick.
Wide receiver love is real.
The Falcons will be eyeing defensive line, secondary, and perhaps offense again on the second day.