Having hired a new head coach and general manager, the Atlanta Falcons appear to be starting over this offseason. But that doesn't mean they're guaranteed to target a quarterback in the top five of the 2021 NFL draft. NBC Sports' Peter King reported "lots of people around the league feel" the Falcons will take Florida tight end Kyle Pitts with the No.
The Atlanta Falcons need a long-term option at running back with Mike Davis only signed up for two years. Jaret Patterson could be that guy.
Analysts seem split on who the Cincinnati Bengals should take at No. With many thinking tackle Penei Sewell is a lock for a team that is in desperate need of offensive line help, there’s no denying it’d be tough to pass of LSU’s Ja’Marr Chase or Florida’s Kyle Pitts. With the connection that Chase and starting quarterback Joe Burrow already have, the Bengals will have an increasingly tough decision if he’s on the board.