Atlanta Falcons Have Built a Basketball Team of Pass-Catchers, but Will It Work? | Bleacher Report

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When Atlanta Falcons general manager Terry Fontenot watches Space Jam, he must root for the Monstars because he’s building his skill positions in the same manner as the film’s antagonists. The Falcons are placing a basketball team around their unsettled quarterback position, and it’s the franchise’s best path toward respectability. 

Entering the NFL draft, an argument could easily be made that Atlanta featured the league’s worst roster. A similar discourse can still ensue, though Fontenot and head coach Arthur Smith veered off a traditional path in an attempt to be as competitive as possible this offseason. 

An adage has circulated in the NFL about building a wide receiver corps much like an NBA roster. Varied skill sets make the position, thus making the entire offense more difficult to defend. The group should include a shifty point guard (quick underneath slot receiver), a post-up center (big red-zone

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What’s Happening in Sports: May 22, 2022

May 22nd, 2022 features Western Conference Finals Game 3 between Dallas and Golden State after the Warriors’ electric 19-point 3rd quarter comeback that propelled them to a 2-0 series lead with the Mavs hosting GS for the first time. MLB’s pack of 16 games has a doubleheader between 2021 AL playoff teams New York and Chicago facing off. Machado‘s Padres look for a sweep of division rival San Francisco after two one-run victories, while Ian Anderson battles Sandy Alcantara in a matchup of NL-East aces. NFL teams prepare for OTA’s on Monday. 

See what happened in sports on May 22nd last year, headlined by Khris Middleton‘s OT GW-FG in Game 1 of the Bucks and Heat NBA Playoffs 1st Rd battle that was a bubble rematch, Luka‘s triple-double to lead Dallas past the Clippers, and Brooklyn’s Big 3 balling out for a win over Boston as

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New BMW 3 Series to elevate style, tech and equipment

Considered the heart of BMW’s brand, the new 3 Series will score a refresh in time for its local launch in the last quarter of 2022. Key to these changes is a new styling package, which will further enhance the sporty look of sedan and touring models.

The front has been redesigned to include styling changes to the LED headlights, which have been slimmed down, while the daytime running lights have been rearranged into an inverted L-shape for a more contemporary look.

BMW’s signature kidney grille has had adjustments made to its contours, as well as the addition of new double bars, to give it a more aggressive look, while gloss black air intakes below the grille cool the brakes.

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The rear has also undergone some tweaks, with more surfaces to be colour-matched to the body, while slimmer tail lights, wider diameter exhaust tips and flared rear

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