Atlanta Falcons: Are All the Moves for the Best?

Shermura AndersonContributor IMarch 19, 2009

The Atlanta Falcons have made some big moves this offseason, minor moves to those who don't care, but to me it's a big deal.

First they let the face of the defense for the last 10 years walk away to the Dallas Cowboys. I wonder how that will work out for the Cowboys. They went and signed Mike Peterson to replace him. Good move I think.

They let Dominique Foxworth go to an already stacked Baltimore Ravens defense, and who's suppose to replace him? Von Hutchins, the only thing the guy has shown us since he's been here is how to look cool on the sidelines.

I read the other day that Micheal Boley walked to the New York Giants, and that Lawyer Milloy will not resign, probably because he doesn't think the team is strong enough to compete in the division next year.

Grady Jackson is gone and I don't think that we have anyone to replace this hole clogging run stopping defensive tackle, and we need playmakers on our line to take pressure off of our hero, John Abraham.

Well it's great to know that we resigned punter Micheal Konen. He's something special, might I note that he got the franchise tag.

All I'm saying is that I have faith in Mr. Dimitroff. I mean the guy did make Bill Belichick look good with those draft picks.