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\"As our pre-draft coverage rolls on Youth Allen Robinson Jerseys , it’s time once again to look at Falcons draft tendencies with Dan Quinn as the head coach of the team. Today, I want to look at the positional preferences this team has shown with Quinn calling the shots, because they may help us suss out where the Falcons are going in the draft ahead. WR 4CB 4LB 4RB 3DT 2DE 2G 2TE 2S 1OT 1Unlike with schools, where the Falcons have a clear LSU bias and not much else, this team absolutely has positional needs and preferences under Dan Quinn. They’ve drafted four linebackers, four cornerbacks, and four wide receivers over his four years in charge, which reflects Quinn’s strong desire to stack his team with quality corners and linebackers, and the team’s desire to add speed and talent to the bottom (and with Calvin Ridley, the top) of their corps. Those positions are followed closely by running back, where the Falcons have nailed their Tevin Coleman and Ito Smith picks and added useful depth in Brian Hill, and then defensive tackle (Grady Jarrett and Deadrin Senat), guard (Wes Schweitzer and Sean Harlow, hardly huge investments), tight end (Austin Hooper and Eric Saubert), and defensive end (Vic Beasley and Takkarist McKinley Allen Robinson Jerseys Stitched , or the only position where Quinn has invested two first rounders). They’ve never drafted a QB (obviously), true center, kicker or punter under Quinn, but every other position is covered here in some capacity. What does this mean? The Falcons have been pouring enough resources into linebacker that they now have a position group that is pretty strong at the top and genuinely deep. To a lesser extent, the same is true at cornerback, though they hurt their depth by cutting two players this offseason. They’ve also stacked up receiver and running back pretty well, mostly with their draft selections, and shouldn’t need to add to either group unless they find great value late. What that means, where the Falcons have nine draft selections and no pressing holes at positions they’ve traditionally prioritized spending draft capital on, is that we’re likely to see them dive into positions they’ve typically neglected. That’s especially true at tackle and center, where the team invested a seventh round pick (OT Jake Rodgers) and zero selections respectively, but currently “enjoy” a situation where they have no obvious long-term starter at right tackle and no young player to groom at center behind Alex Mack. They’re likely to remedy both of those situations come late April.They’ll also finally break out of their habits along the defensive line, one suspects. The Falcons have only made two major investments in DE, choosing to fill the rotation with useful veterans beyond them, but are about to either wash their hands of Vic Beasley after 2019 or potentially lose him as he chases a big contract after a big year. Whether it’s a first rounder or a late rounder, the team needs a developmental end to step in next year when Beasley Youth Taylor Gabriel Jerseys , Clayborn, and Means’ contracts are all up. Ditto defensive tackle, where Jack Crawford is a free agent after next season and the team could use young help. The team may not do both—Dan Quinn has said he wants a group of eight or nine players on the defensive front, and the team has seven players who would seem to be locked in—but one is a virtual lock.Finally, there’s safety, and it’s a position that looks strong on paper but could turn into a quagmire if even one thing goes wrong. Damontae Kazee is expected to get more run at cornerback, Keanu Neal and Ricardo Allen are both returning from major injuries, and the team’s “we need depth at strong safety” comments seem to suggest they’re not in love with the very solid Sharrod Neasman, who isn’t on a long term deal in the first place. They’ll definitely draft one, even with a strong free agent group.Let’s hear your takeaways on this positional breakdown. 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The following is a transcript of that interview.2-Minute Drill: Bears yield two special-teams TDs - ChicagoBears.com - The Bears forced and recovered this fumble on special teams early in Sunday’s game against the Patriots, but the “third phase” later allowed two touchdowns that proved costly in a 38-31 loss.Cox: Studs and duds from Chicago Bears’ 38-31 loss to New England Patriots - Bears Wire -The Chicago Bears were rough on all three phases in their Week 7 loss to the New England Patriots. It wasn’t *all* bad though.Perez: 5 takeaways from the Chicago Bears’ Week 7 loss to the Patriots - Bears Wire - A look at five key takeaways from the Chicago Bears’ loss to the New England Patriots in Week 7 of the 2018 NFL seasonKane: Bears come up short against Patriots in 38-31 loss at Soldier Field - Chicago Tribune - The Patriots extended their winning streak over the Bears to five games and 18 years with a 38-31 victory Sunday afternoon at Soldier Field.Emma: Hail Mary Full Of Heartbreak For Bears - 670 The Score - Kevin White was stopped one yard short in the Bears\' 38-31 loss to the Patriots.Week 7: Patriots 38, Bears 31 - Chicago Tribune - Photos from the Bears-Patriots game at Soldier Field on Sunday Taylor Gabriel Jerseys Stitched , Oct. 21, 2018.Bernstein: Sloppy Bears Can\'t Take Advantage - 670 The Score - The Bears played ugly football in a litmus test, falling 38-31 to the Patriots.Brady Leads Patriots Past Bears, 38-31 - 670 The Score - Tom Brady threw for three touchdowns.Watch: Mitchell Trubisky Scrambles For Impressive Bears Touchdown - 670 The Score - Mitchell Trubisky ran a lot more than eight yards for the score.Eurich: Bears dropped from first to last place in NFC North in Week 7 - 247Sports - The Bears lost their second game in a row and dropped to 3-3 on the season on Sunday afternoon by a score of 38-31. Because of the loss, the team also fell all the way down to last place in the division.Dickerson: Chicago Bears\' Hail Mary comes up 1 yard short vs. New England Patriots - ESPN - The Patriots escaped Chicago with a 38-31 victory on Sunday after they successfully kept Bears receiver Kevin White out of the end zone following a 62-yard heave from quarterback Mitchell Trubisky.This is How Close the Bears Came to Connecting on a Hail Mary TD as Time Expired (VIDEO) - Bleacher Nation - Missed it by that much.Patriots vs. Bears - Game Recap - October 21, 2018 - ESPN - Get a recap of the New England Patriots vs. Chicago Bears football game.Alper: Patriots stop Bears just short, hold on for 38-31 win – ProFootballTalk - There will be plenty of errors for the Patriots to look at when they study the film of Sunday\'s game against the Bears, but they can take some comfort from the fact that they aren\'t licking their wounds after a loss.Jahns: Bears\' gaffes on special teams were especially bad vs. the Patriots - Sun Times - The Bears allowed 14 points on special teams against the Patriots.Bears, Patriots final score: Special teams allow two TD in loss to Patriots - Sun Times - The Bears were knocked down to 3-3 and into their first losing streak of the season.Rosenbloom: Trying to find progress with Mitch Trubisky and the Bears - Chicago Tribune -This would feel like the Bears’ opening night. Then, the new Bears took on the Packers, the ruling class of the division most of the last 25 years. Sunday, the 3-2 Bears who led the NFC North faced the Patriots, the kings of the NFL most of this millennium. Spoiler alert: Face-plant again.POLISH SAUSAGEDeshaun Watson took bus to Jacksonville for win over Jaguars - NFL.com - The Houston Texans have won four games in a row, with the last three coming on gutsy performances from their budding star quarterback. Watson took an unconventional route to the victory.KNOW THY ENEMY3 things we learned in the Lions’ Week 7 victory over the Dolphins - Pride Of Detroit - The Lions got another win in Miami, but it wasn’t the usual suspects who carried the team.Minnesota Vikings 37, New York Jets 17: Vikings overcome ugly start for third straight win - Daily Norseman - It wasn’t pretty Youth Nick Kwiatkoski Jerseys , but the Vikings got the job doneAdam Thielen ties NFL record with another 100-yard receiving game – ProFootballTalk - All Adam Thielen does is get 100-yard games. Week after week after week after . . . . The Vikings receiver tied an NFL record Sunday with his seventh consecutive 100-yard game to begin a season. He made nine catches for 110 yards and a touchdown in his team’s 37-17 victory over the Jets.IN CASE YOU MISSED IT ON WINDY CITY GRIDIRONCurl\'s 2-18 NFL Week 7 Posje t'aimeame: Bears make too many mistakes to keep up with the Patriots in 38-31 loss - Windy City Gridiron - This was an opportunity for the Bears to step up and show the league they’re a real threat for a deep playoff run. They missed that opportunity like it was an open-field tackle.Zeglinski: Windy City Gridiron picks Bears-Patriots - Windy City Gridiron - The class of the NFL visits Soldier Field today. 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