Sure, it may only be December, but it's never too early to talk NFL draft. ESPN's Todd McShay and Mel Kiper, Jr. are already having at it, so as far as we're concerned, the groundhog has seen the shadow.
The Atlanta Falcons won't have any premier picks thanks to a season that will put them with a pick of at least 28th or higher in each round.
General manager Thomas Dimitroff definitely has a rich group of guys in Flowery Branch, but that isn't to say there isn't room for improvement on this team.
In fact, Atlanta has a lot of areas of concern, especially on the offensive line and running back position. A more threatening ground attack has been something fans have begged for for the past few seasons.
Atlanta doesn't need much help with defensive personnel, so expect an offensive draft for Atlanta this year. Here's an early look at some guys the Falcons could go after.