The Atlanta Falcons are maybe probably the most intriguing crew heading into the upcoming NFL Draft. They look like the primary crew which may not take a quarterback, although it is from a certainty. In line with ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, that uncertainty stems from a divide between common supervisor Terry Fontenot and head coach Arthur Smith over whether or not or not the crew ought to transfer on from Matt Ryan.
“What I’m listening to is that Fontenot is extra targeted on quarterback, and Arthur Smith believes that Matt Ryan does have two or extra years left,” Mortensen defined.
Ryan is 35, and whereas he could not have performed at an MVP stage final season, he nonetheless was strong underneath heart, passing for over 4,500 yards and 26 touchdowns. Fontenot and others possible consider that the crew reached its ceiling with Ryan and that one of the best factor to do is start a brand new period.
The Falcons are reportedly speaking to groups about buying and selling again, indicating that they is probably not seeking to take a quarterback within the draft and as an alternative need to give attention to enhancing the roster. Mortensen says that if the crew does keep at No. 4 and decides to take a rookie quarterback, nonetheless, it is almost definitely to be Trey Lance.