Scott Carasik’s Final 2014 NFL Mock Draft (5/7/2014)

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1. Houston Texans: EP Jadeveon Clowney, South Carolina 2. St. Louis Rams: WR Sammy Watkins, Clemson 3. Jacksonville Jaguars: EP Khalil Mack, Buffalo 4. Cleveland Browns: OT Greg Robinson, Auburn 5. Oakland Raiders: WR Mike Evans, Texas A&M 6. Atlanta Falcons: OT Jake Matthews, Texas A&M 7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: DL Aaron Donald, Pittsburgh 8. Minnesota Vikings: QB Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville 9. Buffalo Bills: TE Eric Ebron,Read the Rest…


DraftFalcons.com 2014 Final Top 100!

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The top 100 is final! Check it out and see who you like and who you don’t! Final top 100 – May 5th, 2014 1 EP Jadeveon Clowney South Carolina 2 QB Teddy Bridgewater Louisville 3 OT Greg Robinson Auburn 4 EP Khalil Mack Buffalo 5 WR Sammy Watkins Clemson 6 WR Mike Evans Texas A&M 7 OT Jake MatthewsRead the Rest…


Zach Kidd’s “What Would I Do” Mock

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I’m not Thomas Dimitroff, so obviously I have a differing view of what the team should do come draft day. Those plans are probably drastically different from the ones Atlanta has. However, I’m my own special brand of evil genius, and during this exercise where I demonstrate what I would do if I were the GM of Atlanta, (All 7Read the Rest…


World’s Collide: 2014′s Premier Pass Rushers vs. 2015′s Premier Pass Rushers

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The purpose of this article is to evaluate two of the premier edge rushers from the 2014 draft class against two projected premier edge rushers from the 2015 draft class. The purpose of this is to gauge the value of the two players from the 2014 draft class against the two players from the 2015 draft class, using selected playsRead the Rest…


All Along the Watch Tower: A Guide to 2014′s Atlanta Falcons Free Agency

An unexpected storm has thrown the ships off course for the Falcons franchise: a team that just a year prior was five yards from the franchise’s 2nd ever Super Bowl berth. The bubble finally burst in 2013, the age, the years of luck, and some might say karma finally caught up to the Falcons, and neither cared for mercy. TheRead the Rest…


Senior Bowl Notes: North Practice

I missed the beginning portion of the North practice because of traffic and how the practices were staggered, but I got plenty of notes on the trenches despite that. First of all, Aaron Donald was completely whipping Cyril Richardson all day today. Whether it was 1 on 1′s or team, he was beating him consistently and only lost a fewRead the Rest…


Senior Bowl Notes: South Practice

At the beginning of the practice I watched the DB’s to get a feel for a couple of the guys I hadn’t seen much of, and was intrigued by Walt Aikens and Lavelle Westbrooks. Westbrooks looked smooth and made some nice catches fully extending his arms which isn’t typical for defensive backs. Aikens didn’t look quite as smooth, and heRead the Rest…


Senior Bowl Weigh-In Notes

Here are some of my brief thoughts on the Senior Bowl Weigh-In: There is one quarterback here over 6’3″ and that is Logan Thomas. Aaron Murray measured in at just 6003 (6 ft 3/8). Derek Carr was just over 6’2″ with 9 1/8 inch hands, which is not good as far as hand size goes. David Fales came in atRead the Rest…


East-West Shrine Game Preview

Today is the day the East and West rosters will finally play in an actual game. For most of these players that aren’t being called up to the Senior Bowl next week this is the last college football game they will ever play, and it’s their last chance to give NFL and CFL teams a chance to see them inRead the Rest…


Shrine Game: West Practice: Day Three

The West practices continue to be very slow and often not beneficial until near the end of practice. They nearly put me to sleep during the first half, but I rallied and came away with these notes.   Quarterbacks The quarterbacks on the West roster had a frustrating day, particularly in 1 on 1′s. The wind wasn’t strong, but itRead the Rest…