FalconFan13 Posted October 6, 2022 Share Posted October 6, 2022 14 hours ago, scar988 said: I like the formatting. The reasoning here is a bit confusing. If they wanted a smaller WR, they could just bring back Calvin Ridley next year. He's already under contract. On the flip side, looking at fat dudes is the way to go for the Falcons. OL, DT/DE types are what I would expect them to focus on. Need a longer-term solution for LG and competition at RT and need someone to help impact defenses inside with Grady Jarrett and Taquon Graham. Though, a guy like Nolan SMith at EDGE could also be an interesting move. Im with Scar on pretty much every bit of this and i personally wouldn't be a fan of taking a #3 or 4 target in the top 10. 13 hours ago, Kiltman said: My assumption was his desire to leave hadn't changed, though maybe enough has changed he's fine staying now? Also just kinda how the board was. I just wanted to go a different way for them. They'll have a lot of cap space and could fill some of those spaces out with that. If they too want a big bodied guy, maybe they are a tradeup target for some teams. Lot of those bigger interior guys in the last 3rd of the draft. Would be an attractive spot for a team wanting Mayer or Joey Porter Jr (who I also thought of giving them). Plus it wasn't that Ridley didn't want to be here that never was a thing. It was that he had some mental issues at the time to deal with and needed some time off. I feel Ridley and OZ can handle that #3 slot WR position no problem. Pitts plays more at WR than he did TE as well so he honestly is more of the true #1 or 2 WR than anything else. Although he is so versatile you can put him at TE as well which is what he is considered but you just put him wherever is needed. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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