The 2013 NFL Draft is just three days away. To get us ready for the Draft, we are taking a look at the draft needs for all 32 teams in the league. Today, we take a look at the AFC South.
|Team||Need 1||Need 2||Need 3|
|Picks (9): 1.27, 2.57, 3.89, 3.95, 4.124, 5.160, 6.195, 6.201, 7.233|
|Houston is currently standing atop the AFC South as the dominant team. However, they need to upgrade their pass protection and add depth at linebacker. Early in the draft, the Texans will likely look to add a wide receiver opposite Andre Johnson.|
|Picks (6): 1.24, 3.86, 4.121, 6.192, 7.230. 7.254|
|Clearly, the Colts have their franchise quarterback. Now, they have to find a way to protect their investment. The trade for Vontae Davis did nothing to help the Indianapolis secondary, so look for them to address the position early this year as well. The team can use a running back to take some of the pressure off their second year signal caller.|
|Picks (7): 1.2, 2.33, 3.64, 4.98, 5.135, 6.169, 7.208|
The Jaguars are rebuilding, so anything could be on the board for any of their picks. They have to address the defensive and offensive line, a position of need for the team seemingly every year. Secondary help could be the third need, or we could look at quarterback, but I think the team will go forward with Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne one more year before completely pulling the plug.
|Picks (9): 1.10, 2.40, 3.70, 3.97, 4.107, 5.142, 6.202, 7.216, 7.248|
|The Titans have needs at the top three positions in the draft. They could wind up with an elite player at any of those three positions, and be happy with that pick.|