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They need a face/QB for this franchise badly. Some may not be convinced but I am. Watson is the best QB prospect in the draft. He can make plays with his arm and legs. He is a leader and winner, exactly what the Browns need to lead them back to respectability.
Garrett is a game changer on defense. The speed and power are off the charts. He is favorably compared to another ex-Aggie, Von Miller. A pass rush can instantly improve a defense. This is the right choice and great start for the new GM and coach.
Time to move on from Jay Cutler. Trubisky has a big arm and is more mobile than his size suggest. There are weapons on the outside to throw to. This may be a risky move but the Bears need a shake up. No better place to start than at QB.
Adams is a missile in the defensive backfield ready to blow up an offensive player who ventures into his area. He can cover as well. He should help solidify the back end of the Jaguars defense.
Quarterback Marcus Mariota has developed nicely but still needs a No. 1 receiver. Enter Williams, who would help accelerate his process. He possesses size, great hands and deceptive speed. He also attacks the ball at it’s highest point. Mariota will love throwing to this kid.
Humphrey will fill an absolute need for the Jets. His strength is in press coverage and is an underrated tackler. You can put him on the other team’s best receiver and let him work (Humphrey Island?). It’s a great fit.
Quarterback Philip Rivers needs protection and Robinson will provide that. He will also pave the way for the running game. He will have an immediate impact the moment he steps on the field. Somewhere Rivers is smiling. More time to pass could mean more wins.
Fournette is a manchild who can run you over or run by you. He can carry the load and lessen Cam Newton’s attempts. Something everyone in the organization is in favor of. He will also help balance the offense which relies too much on Newton.
Sometimes you get a gift and what a gift this is. They never thought Allen would be here to pick. They get a stud on the defensive line who can be extremely disruptive in the passing and running game.
Upgrading in the trenches is the way to go. The offense benefits from having a mauler at tackle. He’s a tone setter with a nasty streak. He will be right at home in the cold and snow. He’s simply a plug and play for the next 10-12 years.
Although raw, Lattimore possesses all the attributes to be a very good cornerback. The Saints need help everywhere on defense, especially in the defensive backfield. Lattimore certainly helps. He also has a knack for interceptions.
After taking a franchise quarterback with the top pick, they turn their attention to defense/special teams. Peppers is as versatile as they come and will add some electricity in the return game.
Palmer will likely play one or two more seasons allowing Kizer time to learn before taking over. A great situation for him and the organization.
Defense is the priority. What better way to address it with a guy who can make plays and quarterback the defense. He will add much needed stability and passion to the defense.
Quarterback Carson Wentz gets a No. 1 option in Davis. He’s already a polished route runner with great ball skills. He can run away from defensive backs as well. He’ll instantly become Wentz’ new best friend.
Finding an edge rusher is the priority. Barnett fits the mold. He has a knack for getting to the quarterback and making plays. He brings youth, strength and speed to the table.
Cunningham is an athletic tackling machine who can cover sideline to sideline. He has the ability to cover routes as well. The middle of the defense would be in good hands.
They addressed the offense with their first pick. Now they focus on the defense, specifically the back end. He fills a position of need. Pass coverage in man or zone is his strength. He will need to improve in run support.
You can never go wrong adding a pass rusher to your defense. Thomas is fundamentally sound, he will keep containment and free up lanes for linebackers. His motor is relentless as well.
Howard is already a good blocker but will surprise many with his route running and pass catching skills. He will make it easier on the outside manning the middle of the field. Perfect fit for the Broncos.
They need help all over the defense. Pass rusher is always a good place to start. Williams has the ability to get to the quarterback and create turnovers. Something the defense sorely needs.
With Mario Williams likely out the door, enter Charlton, who will add much needed punch to the defensive line. Not only can he pressure the quarterback, he can also stuff the run. His length and strength will serve him well.
Despite his stature, Cook will be an every down back. He has home run ability with blazing speed. His pass catching skills out the backfield makes him even more dangerous. He’ll be a welcome addition to the offense.
Jackson is a playmaker. Whether in coverage or run support, he’ll stick his nose in. He will give the secondary a shot in the arm.
Offensive line help is a must. Lamp brings excellent athleticism as well as sound technique. Enough that he could play tackle in a pinch. He fills a desperate need.
It’s no secret they need help along the offensive line. Bolles will add depth and attitude. Starting is in his future.
His lack of build may scare some teams but don’t let that fool you. He’s a thumper. He’s better in zone coverage but can hold his own in man. Confidence won’t be an issue.
They failed taking chances on character flagged talent. No such worries with Walker. He’s a ball hawk with a relentless motor. The defense may have found a gem.
Very aggressive despite his build. Tackles well and excels in press coverage. He may not have the most upside but is one of the most polished.
Every team is looking for that pass rushing gem. Harris has that potential. He already has multiple moves, ideal size and excellent athleticism.
McDowell is strong with a mean streak. He’s very disruptive against the run and a sneaky pass rusher from the interior.
He won’t blow you away at the combine but always seems to be in the right position to make plays. He’s versatile enough to play outside too. Sounds like he was made to be a Patriot.