Since entering the NFL, every offseason Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan has tried to find something to improve on.
After his rookie season, he did an exhaustive film study of the top quarterbacks in the league.
One offseason, he focused on weight-lifting and getting stronger.
After going 4-12 and suffering through his first losing season, Ryan completed some cognitive work on his brain through a company called CogniSens, Inc.
The firm, which uses a NeuroTracker, which uses some 3-D cognitive training technology, to increase players' awareness and focus.
Ryan is another on a long list of QBs you can wait and get later in drafts. He's got some great receivers to throw to, of course, in Roddy White and Julio Jones. He's currently ranked 12th on our list with an ADP is the 9th round. There seems to be a very good chance he bounces back this season which makes him an attractive target.