NEW YORK -- An unusual first round is history. We now turn our attention to Part II of this NFL draft trilogy with the second and third round Friday night at Radio City Music Hall.
For many teams, the first-round pick addressed a primary area of need on the roster. Some teams, however, went in surprising directions that left trouble spots unaddressed.
For those teams, Friday becomes about tending to matters of common sense. Here are six teams that should have obvious target areas enter Round 2.
New York Jets
Rex Ryan said he had nothing to do with it, but it was more than a little suspicious watching the Jets go defense on back-to-back picks in the first round. Perhaps the coach still has a voice in the room after all.
New York added two potential impact players in cornerback Dee "Revis Who?" Milliner and defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson. It's now essential that general manager John Idzik focuses on the other side of the ball. The Jets need playmakers on offense, and talent is on the board at receiver, running back and tight end.
Here's another team with a QB need, but don't assume the Jaguars will take a signal-caller off the board in their first pick. The team has other needs, especially in the secondary. NFL.com's Gil Brandt is "hearing" Jacksonville will take Mississippi State cornerback Johnthan Banks at No. 33.
If the Jaguars aren't high on any QBs in this class, there's no reason to force it Saturday. Blaine Gabbert could get one final audition before the Jaguars address the position in 2014. Options at the position should be better then, anyway.
The Falcons addressed an area of need by trading up to get Washington cornerback Desmond Trufant on Thursday. The next target should be along the defensive line, where the Falcons are in desperate need of a pass rusher.
Remember, John Abraham is out the door, taking with him 68.5 sacks in seven seasons with Atlanta. Even with Abraham last season, the Falcons were a subpar unit getting to the quarterback, ranking 28th in the league with just 29 sacks. Finding someone who can get to the passer will make the whole defense better.
Green Bay Packers
We don't blame the Packers for not addressing their running back hole in the first round. After all, it has become the Rodney Dangerfield of NFL positions. Why reach for Alabama's Eddie Lacy in the first round when he can be had in the second round or later?
The Dolphins spent millions giving Ryan Tannehill new toys to play with. None of that matters if they can't protect the second-year QB. If a deal with Albert can't get done, Miami must look to the draft to fortify its line.
New England Patriots
Now the work begins, and the Patriots would be wise to focus on wide receiver Friday. The departure of Wes Welker and Brandon Lloyd has left the position with a dearth of talent, and the failed pursuit of Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders showed New England is fully aware it has a need.
Tavon Austin and Cordarrelle Patterson came off the board Thursday. Talent remains, however, with steady possession receiver Keenan Allen (Cal) and raw, talented Justin Hunter (Tennessee) still in play. Tom Brady will be watching closely.
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