The Falcons’ offense is making some not-so-subtle changes under new offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter.
One of the major changes has been the implementation of the three-wide receiver set or “11” personnel — one back and one tight end — as a primary formation.
The main beneficiary here would be WR Harry Douglas, who could see a big jump in snaps. According to Pro Football Focus, Douglas played about 42 snaps and ran 31 pass routes per game in 2011. Provided he can stay healthy, those numbers should rise the Falcons to go to "three-wide" orphan. QB Matt Ryan is looking stronger and stronger as a sneaky mid-round pick after the elite QBs are off the board.