I figure it would be fun to make a post about how you feel you did this offseason. Did you address your needs? Did you get good young talent in the draft? Ill start... On the offensive side of the ball. QB- Matt Ryan was the starter last year and will remain the starter. I did not make any moves to find a successor due to his young age so this position is not going to have much of a grade. RB- Big changes here. Atlanta decided to trade Michael Turner for a more agile back in Jahvid Best. Looking at his roster the Falcons had a decent backup power back that did not compliment Turner that well in Jason Snelling. Jerious Norwood was too fumble prone for my liking, so he want the combination on a 1-2 punch in speed back and power back. With the combination of Best and Snelling, I think I achieved that, while getting younger at the featured back. WR- Roddy White was coming off a huge year, and hopes to continue the same. The Falcons lose their #2 WR last year in rookie Sealii Davis in a trade for Best. As of now, Jenkins will become the Falcons #2. He did not see much action last year due to getting beat out in training camp. Ryan and Jenkins have a long history and he should be able to step right in and be successful. Douglas will remain the slot receiver as he is best suited for that position. He got a nice rating boost in some key categories that should help him be more of a contributor this year. Overall, the Falcons may have taken a step back in the position, but not too far. TE- Gonzalez decides to come back which is good news for the Falcons. Can he have another year like last, as he is one year older, and a little bit slower? Is he going to get past by Munchie Cosh or another upriser as the elite TE in the league? For now, if he puts up anywhere close to his last year numbers that will be a good thing for the Falcons. OL- Had to take a big hit here. With 3 of my starters hitting free agency, and not much room in the cap, I was forced to make some tough decisions. I had to let go Harvey Dahl and Justin Blalock my starting guards, as well as my starting RT in Tyson Clabo. Fortunately, I was able to resign Blalock and I am current contract talks with Clabo. 2nd year player Kyle Myers will be looking to fill Dahl position, and if Clabo's deal falls through, it looks like 3rd year player Reynolds will get the nod at RT. Overall, Falcons take a hit on a position in which was a strength for them last year. Defense- Good it get any worse from last year? S- Both Falcons starters return from last year. Both one year old and a little bit better than last year. Not a huge progression, so this still remains as an average unit at best. LBs- Falcons return starters Weatherspoon and Lofton. Had to cut loose veteran Peterson and replace him with NIcholas. They lost out in the free agent bidding with Keith Bullock and failed to draft the player they coveted in the first round to upgrade the OLB position. Overall, pretty dissapointed with the failure to take care of the need. DL- Abraham, Jerry, Babineaux all return. Falcons lost the teams leading sack getter in Biermann. Falcons seemed to upgrade at that LE position with Avril, but rating does not equate in production all the time. CB- This unit remains all the same expect the Falcons used their first round pick on Jo Jo Field. While Field brings some youth to this squad his immediate impact does not look likely. So with the unit relatively the same the Falcons did not address a major concern that they had. Overall, Falcons may have taken a tiny step back in terms of talent. Jahvid Best will be the wild card is this offseason and his big play ability. The Falcons failed to make any impact changes on defense where they needed it most. Mostly due to the inability to draft the coveted players, and losing out on some key free agents.