NFL.com gathered writers and broadcasters from around the country to play GM for the teams they cover on a daily basis.
1. ST. LOUIS RAMS
Analysis: "GM Billy Devaney and coach Steve Spagnoulo understand that to build for the future, the first spot you need to fix is (this) position. (He's) the most qualified guy in the draft, a guy that fits that mold you can build behind."
2. DETROIT LIONS
Analysis: "He brings an explosiveness that they've lacked, an ability to disrupt in the middle, he brings a consistency in the middle… he's going to energize this fan base."
3. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
On the beat: Jim Flynn, editor in chief, PewterReport.com
Analysis: "(He) isn't a great fit in just any defense, but he's a good fit in Raheem Morris' scheme ... The Bucs haven't had this position filled since Warren Sapp occupied it for so many years."
4. WASHINGTON REDSKINS
Analysis: "It's not often that a team's needs and the appropriate player correspond, and in this case I think they dovetail perfectly… The hole at that position is huge and if they can fill it with this player, then they've solved a great many of their problems."
5. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
On the beat: Al Wallace, anchor/reporter, WDAF-TV Kansas City
Analysis: "GM Scott Pioli puts a high priority on (this position) ... Chiefs have re-tooled the offense. They want to score more points. They want to be equal as far as running and throwing the ball and (this guy) gives them exactly that."
6. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
Analysis: "Everyone that talked about him said he's a great leader, he's on the field all the time, never missed a game and he's the kind of player that the rest of the guys look up to. He is that kind of guy that can lead a defense."
7. CLEVELAND BROWNS
Analysis: "I still think this is a power division in the run game, and any help they can get will be a plus defensively. I think he's ready-made to come in there and help the Browns right away."
8. OAKLAND RAIDERS
On the beat: Dennis O'Donnell, sports director, KPIX-TV San Francisco
Analysis: "He goes to the combine and his stock shoots up. The reason he could be a Raider is because Al Davis looks at the combine ... He works perfectly for Davis because he's a 'numbers guy.'"