Those impressive rookie performances got us thinking. Which general managers need a strong draft to stave off the front office version of "The Turk" in 2015?
Much like McKenzie, Webster has shown a peculiar penchant for check-cashing, past-prime veterans such as Kamerion Wimbley, Shonn Greene, Anthony Fasano, Harry Douglas and now Hakeem Nicks. Whether he swings a trade for Philip Rivers or drafts Marcus Mariota at No. 2 overall, Webster must unearth a franchise quarterback in Nashville.
Between a stint in rehab and appearing overmatched in three late-season games, Johnny Manziel's value quickly plummeted from first-round draft pick to afterthought. Farmer's other first-round pick, cornerback Justin Gilbert, didn't fare much better, facing a steady stream of criticism from coaches and teammates as an immature rookie.
Thanks to the Sammy Watkins trade, Farmer has a pair of first-round picks for the second consecutive year. He can't afford to blow them this time around.
For the past two years, his offensive line and defensive personnel have been competitive disadvantages. Dimitroff was already forced to cede some responsibilities to close friend Scott Pioli in January. If he doesn't right the ship, he could lose his job altogether.