The Atlanta Falcons have put the injury plagued 2018 season behind them and are looking forward to a better, healthier, and more productive outing in the 2019 campaign.
So far, the team has been making a number of transactions, both onto and off of the roster, that they believe will help them reach that goal.
In the NFL Draft this year, the club acquired a pair of offensive linemen in the first round who they hope can keep quarterback Matt Ryan on his feet on a regular basis in the future.
Despite being sacked 42 times, hit over 100 more, and pressured over 200 times, all numbers among the most in football, Ryan still had some of his best numbers passing the ball.
But the Falcons want to ensure that their $150 million investment will remain as unharmed as possible going forward, and enlisted guard Chris Lindstrom and tackle Kaleb McGary for that job.
Some household names have left the team, and there are some new other new faces in Atlanta, too. Here is a rundown of the Falcons’ starting players on offense as of right now.