The Browns have to take the best player available.
The 49ers snag a Ronnie Lott-like leader and playmaker with the second overall pick.
The Bears need a CB1 to compete in a division loaded with big-time quarterbacks.
Tom Coughlin's influence leads the Jaguars to build the offense around a game-changing RB1.
Titans continue to add big, dynamic playmakers to the trenches.
College football's best big-game player can handle the spotlight and scrutiny that comes with playing on Broadway.
Gus Bradley's system needs a talented safety between the hashes to be effective in a division with plenty of playmakers on the perimeter.
Panthers add a blue-collar defender to a defensive line that needs a menacing presence off the edge.
Foster is a menacing "Mike" linebacker with a nasty temperament and rugged game.
The Bills have a WR1 in Watkins but they could use a "bully" on the edge to take advantage of the smallish corners on the perimeter.
The most polished pass rusher in the draft would upgrade a frontline that's struggled to generate pressure on the QB.
Nothing wrong with adding a big, athletic tight end with speed and quickness.
Bruce Arians doesn't mind gambling on a talented gunslinger with exceptional arm talent and an unrefined game.
Doug Pederson could transform the Brian Westbrook clone into a star in the Eagles' offense.
The Colts could use a talented pass rusher with a non-stop motor off the edge.
Marcus Mariota could use a speed receiver with big-play ability on the perimeter.
The Buccaneers could bring some sizzle to their running game by adding the Florida State standout to the lineup.
The Broncos need a rock-solid blocker on the edge to solidify an offensive line that struggled at the point of attack in 2016.
The Lions can't go wrong adding a defender with exceptional instincts and awareness to the mix.
The Dolphins need another edge defender with pass-rushing skills to throw into the rotation.
The Giants could use an athletic edge blocker with sweet feet and a nasty game to fill a void at OT.
Reddick is an active linebacker with a non-stop motor and a versatile game.
The Texans could groom the massive people-mover for a key role as an edge blocker.
Conley is a rock-solid cover corner with a game built on instincts, awareness, and toughness.
Imagine Aaron Rodgers playing with a David Johnson-like playmaker in the backfield. Mixon is an exceptional combo back with size, speed, power, and home-run ability.
The ultra-versatile lineman can play inside or outside on a frontline that seeks more athletic blockers.
Jackson gives the Saints a two-way playmaker who will some sizzle to the lineup.
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