If you’ve been keeping up with my 2010 mock drafts you know there’s plenty of paths the Falcons may take through the selection process.
You also know a lot depends on the actions of teams with the first 18 picks.
So why do football fans and journalists make mock drafts in the first place? For some, it’s something to do. For others — like me – it’s a way to learn the players whose names will get called at some point Thursday or Friday.
Which means I should probably get to work…
Falcons to host a Monday night game in 2010, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Two prime time games at home. Not too shabby.
Atlanta Falcons schedule analysis, ESPN.com
Anything that could be considered a problem on the schedule is corrected, hence the three-straight road games followed by two at home to close the season. That said, the back-loading of division games may prove both exciting and problematic.
Adam’s Patented Annual Totally Premature Falcons Schedule Prediction, The Falcoholic
Totally premature, yes. Bad read? Absolutely not. We all have to start breaking down the schedule sometime and this is one of the best.
Falcons to teach golf to youth of First Tee of Atlanta, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Anything having to do with golf is awesome in my book.
A closer look at the 2010 Atlanta Falcons schedule, Examiner.com
Before we start counting predicting wins and losses let’s look at some of the technical aspects of the schedule.
NFL Draft series: Build your own draft board, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
This headline gives me an idea for a cool feature. Wish we could put it together in a day but we’ll still have some cool stuff on AF.com for you this weekend.