Defense is most likely to get all the attention from the Atlanta Falcons in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft. Could coach Dan Quinn find a Bobby Wagner clone at middle linebacker in the first round?
Is it time to draft Carson Palmer's heir apparent, or will the contending Cardinals take a swing at another defensive stud? The Cardinals are difficult to peg, considering comments made by the team's braintrust about willingly "redshirting" rookies.
Bulking up at center with Pro Bowler Alex Mack not only improves the talent along the offensive line in Atlanta, it boosts the toughness, as well -- perhaps signaling a resurrection of sorts for Ryan and the Falcons.