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BeitragVerfasst am: 21.01.2020, 03:35    Titel: we do have some questions Antworten mit Zitat

We like the class http://www.thebearslockerroom.com/authentic-mike-singletary-jersey , mostly, but we do have some questions."The Falcons want their offense to be unstoppable. The defense? Not as much.Favorite Pick: Chris LindstromMost Questionable Pick: Jordan MillerI’m excited the Falcons finally, truly addressed the offensive line. No more patchwork lines of late round draft picks, cheap veterans, an an occasional above-average blocker. If the plan was to build one of the best lines in the NFL, then mission (probably) accomplished. My biggest question is why the team decided to double dip at corner and ignore adding a defensive tackle. Atlanta went heavy on offense and ignored outstanding defensive issues. —Matt ChambersDan Quinn thinks he’s a wizard Favorite Pick: Chris LindstromMost Questionable Pick: Qadree OllisonThe Falcons didn’t set out to be popular, and they didn’t set out to fix a defensive front seven they think just needs health and some good ol’ Dan Quinn magic to turn into a terrific unit. That’s a questionable decision, in my opinion, but the Falcons did get terrific athletes along the offensive line and at cornerback, setting themselves up to be great at both spots in the near future. I also really like the pick of John Cominsky, but as good as Ollison and as intriguing as Green look, I can’t figure out why it was necessary to use draft capital on a pair of offensive skill position players, especially running backs. The Falcons have told us repeatedly to trust that changes to the coaching staff will yield better results, and now we’re just left to wait and see if that plus some beef on the OL will do the trick. — Dave ChoateThe Falcons are remaking their offensive line—and I’m excited about it.Favorite Pick: OT Kaleb McGaryMost Questionable Pick: RB Qadree OllisonAs is tradition, I’ve really come around on this draft class after a little processing time. I think the additions of G Chris Lindstrom and OT Kaleb McGary are both excellent, and could be far more impactful in 2019 than fans realize. Lindstrom has the potential to be a top-tier guard immediately. After doing a little bit of a deeper dive on McGary’s unconventional technique, I think he’ll be the player that winds up surprising us all. He’s physical, athletic, and nasty—exactly the type of player that the Falcons want on their offensive line.The problem with this draft is the lack of an immediate impact addition to the defense. That being said, I do like all of Atlanta’s Day 3 defensive additions. CB Kendall Sheffield is raw Womens Dick Butkus Jersey , but might be the fastest player in the class—I love his potential as an elite slot CB in 2020 and beyond. EDGE John Cominsky is exactly the type of player that Quinn and TD love to add late in drafts: great size, fantastic athleticism, but significantly lacking in technique. CB Jordan Miller fell due to medical concerns, but he’s a talented outside option that could play a lot better (and sooner) than fans realize.The head-scratcher for me was RB Qadree Ollison in the early fifth round. Ollison is a big, physical back with good speed for his size and solid vision, but I thought there were better options on the board. I actually like the sixth-round pick, RB Marcus Green, better—he’s a versatile WR/RB hybrid that has elite athleticism, and he’s the favorite to be the team’s returner in 2019. The lack of additions to the defensive line, however, mean that the pressure is on to mold the pieces that the Falcons already have into a competent unit. Can Quinn do it? We’ll see. Quinn and Dimitroff’s jobs may depend on it. — Kevin KnightAnother draft that requires patience and trust Favorite Pick: Kaleb McGary or John Cominsky Most Questionable Pick: A guard at 14 (though I like Chris Lindstrom as a player)The Falcons haven’t made me feel this way about a draft class since 2016. I was proven very wrong then, and I’m accounting that my “it’s pretty good!” reaction will only get better when the season gets going and we see the fruits of this draft class. The team has a great track record with secondary players, which gives me hope that Kendall Sheffield and Jordan Miller will be ready to go when the time comes. Qadree Ollison and Marcus Green are good depth pieces. I love Kaleb McGary’s tenacity, potential and be-a-bully mantra; the team has needed an offensive lineman like that for a long time. John Cominsky feels like a Dan Quinn special; the kind of raw athlete he can coach up into someone people double-take at being drafted in the fourth round. It’s the guard pick at 14 I still don’t get. This team is projecting a lot for its defensive line to make a turnaround with the minimal investments they’ve made. They also paid two guards good starting money, and with Chris Lindstrom now here, one of them is destined for the bench. He’s an improvement on that plan, though, and I think Lindstrom will be a very good player. I love that the offensive line looks pretty complete on paper. I really do! But a lacking pass rush can lose you championships (*leers into the distance*). Why not invest there with the top pick with good names left? I just don’t see the complete reasoning for some of the offseason right now. To be fair, I didn’t in 2016, either. - Cory Woodroof Protect the MVPFavorite Pick: OG Chris LindstromMost Questionable Pick: RB/WR Marcus GreenI mentioned in The Falcoholic Roundtable: 2019 First Round Mock Draft “If there’s one thing I’ve learned about the current Atlanta Falcons staff and management William Perry Jersey , it’s that they’re very unpredictable.” – and they were exactly that during the 2019 NFL Draft.My favorite pick was the selection of Chris Lindstrom out of Boston College. Although like most people, I was initially thrown off, the Falcons made it clear that they wanted to protect Matt Ryan. Lindstrom is someone who can start for the Falcons for the next decade, and they’ll need it as Matt Ryan was sacked 42 times in 2018. The current complaint among most fans is the Falcons not selecting a defensive tackle. The Falcons have plenty of depth at defensive tackle, with new additions like Tyeler Davison and Ra’Shede Hageman. Most importantly, veteran Jack Crawford is a perfect complement to Grady Jarrett. Crawford had career-highs in both tackles and sacks last season, and even recorded his first ever interception. Dan Quinn was very high on Jack Crawford, which you can read by clicking here. — Evan Birchfield The Falcons first of two first round picks in the 2019 Draft gets the spotlight."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Library FalcFans Podcast on The FalcoholicContact The FalcoholicFalcons StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Falcons NewsYahoo Falcons Team PageYahoo Falcons ReportYahoo Falcons Depth ChartYahoo Falcons TransactionsYahoo Falcons PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Falcons draft scouting report: OG Chris Lindstrom, Boston College New,10commentsThe Falcons first of two first round picks in the 2019 Draft gets the spotlight. EDTShareTweetShareShareFalcons draft scouting report: OG Chris Lindstrom, Boston College Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY SportsThe Falcons made a mild surprise at 14th overall in this year’s draft. Let’s take a look at what the newest guard to the Falcons offensive line has to offer. Once the clock began, the Falcons had a number of ideal prospects to choose from. Whether it was a defensive lineman or even a few of the best offensive tackle prospects, the Falcons just about conveyed the impression that they would select someone we all expected. Instead, in typical fashion as of late, the Falcons decision makers threw a curve ball. At 14th overall in the draft, the Falcons selected who was considered the best interior offensive lineman in the entire draft. The pick was met with an equal share of celebratory remarks and head scratching whispers. Nonetheless, Atlanta now has a new bodyguard for veteran quarterback Matt Ryan. Without further ado, it’s time to take a look at the newest member of the Falcons brotherhood, Chris Lindstrom. Chris Lindstrom Scouting Report Height: 6’4 Weight: 310 lbs Career stats: 47 starts in 50 games played over four seasonsGames watched: 2017 vs. Virginia Tech, 2017 vs. Notre Dame http://www.thebearslockerroom.com/authentic-mike-ditka-jersey , 2018 vs. Clemson, 2018 vs. MiamiStrengths: The Lindstrom bloodline flows through the Boston area as his father once played at Boston University while his uncle suited up for Boston College in the mid-to-late 80s. Also, his younger brother is currently a member of the Eagles offensive line as a starter. During his four collegiate seasons with the Eagles, Lindstrom saw considerable playing time at right guard, left guard, and right tackle. Lindstrom has been molded into an athletic blocker with surprising quickness and agility. In the run blocking phase, Lindstrom is very sound with his technique. Once Lindstrom latches on to defenders, his leg drive is capable of moving defenders out of the play at times. Getting to the second level in inside zone runs is not an issue at all for Lindstrom thanks to balance and well-timed burst. Lindstrom is able to withstand proper bull rushes by defensive linemen as a result of strong lower base. He may not have the look of a disrespectful mauler but Lindstrom has more than enough physicality and is aggressive from snap to whistle. During his junior season two years ago, Lindstrom earned All-ACC second team as a right tackle and earned All-ACC first team as a guard. Weaknesses: Too often, Lindstrom is seen allowing opposing linemen to engage first which allows defenders to get into his pads too easily. As a result of the Boston College run heavy scheme on offense, Lindstrom does not have a ton of pass protection reps compared to other top offensive tackle prospects in the NFL Draft. The high pads after coming out of his stance are worth noting also. Lindstrom also does not have the ideal length, which also allows defenders to gain leverage early in pass protection. Conclusion: As evident, Lindstrom does not have a long list of deficiencies. In this year’s draft, Lindstrom was easily one of the safer prospects. Four years of starting experience truly helped Lindstrom establish himself as a pro ready prospect. We can almost guarantee Lindstrom to be a rookie starter, only a matter of whether or not it will be at left or right guard. Granted, Lindstrom’s selection at the 14th overall pick was one that many did not expect. More so because of the free agency signings of James Carpenter and Jamon Brown at the same position as Lindstrom. It somewhat creates a logjam at the guard position but it also sets up what is likely to be a long and fierce battle during training camp and preseason to see who would be the best options to start. Protecting Matt Ryan has become paramount this offseason after the team gave up 42 sacks last season. The selection of Lindstrom shows the that the team is unwilling to show complacency, so credit is deserved. For Lindstrom, regardless how one may feel about where he was selected, the Falcons added an athletic presence on the offensive line that can very well be a Pro Bowler within his first few seasons as a professional and is a safe bet to be a very reliable starter for a long time.The offensive line is now more physical and is notably better with Lindstrom in Atlanta.
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