This offseason, the Indianapolis Colts made a move for Matt Ryan, a former MVP quarterback during his time with the Atlanta Falcons. He has had mixed results in his first season in Indy but is not getting much help from his do-everything back Jonathan Taylor, so once he gets it going, things should turn around.
Next April, the Colts should look to add some more talent to the wide receiver group, and Kayshon Boutte from LSU is arguably the best in this draft class at the position. He has top-10 ability and could be the best young wideout Ryan has had since Julio Jones.
Staying with the Matt Ryan theme, the team that let him go, Atlanta, brought in a new quarterback this offseason in veteran Marcus Mariota. Mariota played well as a backup to Derek Carr during his time with the Raiders, but he has struggled to play consistent football in his first season with the Falcons.
Picking at No. 10 overall, the Falcons may decide to bring in a signal-caller for the future, and Anthony Richardson from Florida has some big-play ability. Atlanta has been flipping the switch in terms of their roster, trying to get younger, and Richardson could be a real playmaker at the next level.