Bucky Brooks mock draft 3.0: QBs slide to Texans, Chiefs

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The Browns can't go wrong taking the best player in the draft with the first pick.

The 49ers don't need another big body in the middle, but Thomas is the top player on the board and gives them another disruptive defender to anchor an emerging defense.

The Bears need an enforcer in the middle to set the tone for the defense.

The Jaguars want to lean more on a run-centric attack to alleviate the pressure on Blake Bortles.

A team can never have enough cover corners with size, speed, and athleticism.

Mo Wilkerson's weight issues and Sheldon Richardson's behavioral problems could prompt the Jets to take a high-character defender like Allen.

The Chargers could use a true centerfielder in the middle of the defense with outstanding instincts and ball skills.

The most polished pass rusher in the draft would enhance a pass rush that should improve with the return of Julius Peppers.

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 smaller corners.

If the Saints aren't able to land Malcolm Butler, the LSU standout would be a perfect fallback as a potential CB1.

Nothing wrong with adding a big, athletic tight end with speed and quickness to the lineup.

The Cardinals need an eventual successor for Larry Fitzgerald as the team's WR1.

The Eagles need a long, rangy corner to thrive as a CB1 in Jim Schwartz's system.

The Colts need a young, athletic corner to play opposite Vontae Davis.

An electric playmaker with speed to burn would be a welcome addition to an offense that wants to play long ball with Joe Flacco at quarterback.

The ultra-explosive runner would alleviate pressure on Kirk Cousins in the Redskins' backfield.

Adding a pass rusher isn't necessarily a pressing need for the Titans, but McKinley would give them another high-motor rusher to add to the mix.

Davis is a hard-hitting linebacker with positional flexibility.

Contrary to popular opinion, the Broncos' offensive line struggles prevented the team from making another run at the title.

Charlton is a solid edge defender with a rock-solid game at the point of attack.

Reddick is an active linebacker with a non-stop motor and a versatile game.

Giants add a rugged blocker who is capable of keeping Eli Manning upright in the pocket.

The Raiders need a corner but could opt to take a big, physical tackle to groom for a bigger role down the line.

If the Texans don't resolve their quarterback issues with a veteran free agent, the team could turn to the North Carolina standout as its QB of the future.

Moreau is a fast-rising corner with a blue-collar game.

Andy Reid has a knack for transforming athletic quarterbacks into efficient passers (see Donovan McNabb and Michael Vick).

The Cowboys still need to find a legitimate pass rusher to feature off the edge. Harris is a blue-collar worker with a rugged game and non-stop motor that fits the Cowboys' profile.

Can you imagine how much fun Mike McCarthy would have creating big-play opportunities for McCaffrey as a runner, receiver and returner?

The Steelers need a fastball pitcher off the edge. Williams has exceptional first-step quickness and body control.

Watt is a versatile edge rusher who would add another dimension to the Falcons' pass rush.

Jackson gives the Saints a two-way playmaker to add some sizzle to the lineup.

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