This has been a horrible season for the Atlanta Falcons, as they are likely out of the playoffs. And it's only Veteran's Day. On the bright side, they should be able to get a dynamic playmaker that they have needed this season and should get healthy next year.
Another high point is that the Falcons would be picking No. 3 overall if the draft was held today. With a pick that high in each and every round, they should be able to get multiple dynamic talents and even luck out with a guy or two who happens to slip.
Despite picking high, the Falcons should still continue their character model. General Manager Thomas Dimitroff—nicknamed "Comrade"—has developed a character filter that the Falcons have been using since he was given the reigns.
And while some fans say that this makes the Falcons bring in guys who are soft, it's the right way to develop a team and probably not changing anytime soon. So as part of each prospect's profile, we'll also go over their fit in the Comrade's Filter as well as designate whether they are a Comrade or not.
So follow along as the Falcons are given a plan of action in the 2014 draft—even if it is a bit early in the season to look forward to it.