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LT Sam Baker
In the five games that Sam Baker was actually healthy in 2013, he only looked like a competent starting left tackle in just two of them. However, he was fighting injuries all season before he was finally put on injured reserve. When healthy, he's an above-average tackle.
LG Justin Blalock
Justin Blalock was the only bright spot on the offensive line that shouldn't be challenged in 2014 for a starting role. He was a poor run-blocker, but that has never been his strong suit. As a pass-blocker, he was still the wall he has always been, allowing just four sacks and five hits all season.
C/RG Peter Konz
Peter Konz has been nothing short of disappointing in 2013. He showed absolutely zero functional strength and was benched at both center and at right guard. He has no business starting for an NFL team until he can get that in check.
RG Garrett Reynolds
While Garrett Reynolds didn't look like someone who should have been starting in the NFL regularly, he didn't look god-awful either. He's a middling talent who's best ability comes off the bench as the sixth-best offensive lineman. Atlanta could cut him after the season for a minimal loss.
RT/LT Lamar Holmes
Lamar Holmes had a rough season in what was essentially his rookie year. While he showed that he isn't a starting left tackle in the NFL, he does deserve to have a shot at right tackle. He would fit in better without having to face a team's premier pass-rusher every single play.
RT Jeremy Trueblood
When it comes to poor free-agent moves, this one takes the cake. The Falcons only brought him in because Mike Johnson got injured and honestly, they should have never brought him in. They should have selected rookie undrafted free agent Ryan Schraeder as he performed better.
C Joe Hawley
When Joe Hawley finally got a shot to play center, the Falcons got the guy they needed in the middle. He understands protections, has nastiness to him and is very similar to Todd McClure in a lot of ways. Atlanta needs to make him a priority-re-sign target this coming offseason, as he's a free agent.
RT Ryan Schraeder
As an undrafted free agent, Schraeder wasn't even expected to make the roster. However, he showed great footwork and solid hand usage for his frame. He's still very raw as a prospect, but he could have a great future as a swing tackle in the NFL. He's very similar to Will Svitek in a lot of ways.