I think he's right. We'll have to see what the Falcons do in free agency.
But I think given the number of good pass rushers that are available in FA, the possibility is much higher that the team addresses their needs along the DL there than the OL. And that would likely leave them leaning towards OL at the top of Round 1.
Given that we just paid $41 million to Sam Baker, I don't see the team investing huge money in another FA offensive lineman. It's possible, but it's doubtful. Instead I do see the Falcons going after some DE/OLB and/or DTs in free agency, because there is better depth in this FA class at those positions and the Falcons can make upgrades without having to spend a ton of $$$.
Also the rhetoric from Dimitroff this offseason seems to indicate they think the OL is more problematic than the DL. Thus when push comes to shove and the draft rolls around, I think they'll prioritize a bookend LT (like Matthews) over a pass rusher (like Mack) assuming Clowney isn't there.
But again, this is really only guessing at this point. Until we get to the end of March after a few weeks of FA, we won't really have a clue.
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