Houston has plenty of time between now and the draft to fall in love with one of the QB prospects. Until then, considering the loss they've suffered on the DL, adding the best prospect in the draft is the way for them to go.
This pick could be shopped, but they could/should stay put and get the best OT prospect in the draft. Jake Long and newly re-acquired Roger Saffold can stay healthy. In that division, they need a good OL and Robinson gives them a beast at the position.
Jacksonville used free agency to beef up the defense and now can get the franchise QB they need. They resigned Chad Henne to a backup salary and traded former first round bust Blaine Gabbert to the 49ers. They could take a pass rusher, but this is the better pick for the future.
The AFC North is ripe for the taking. The Steelers are old and vulnerable. The Ravens struggled and are inconsistent. The Bengals are at the top, but how long can they stay there? The Browns can add a dynamic weapon at WR to pair with another dynamic WR in Josh Gordon to give the Browns perhaps the best WR duo in the league.
The Raiders started off free agency bad with the Saffold incident and need some good news. They also need a franchise QB and have nothing on the roster that should give them pause with making this pick. Bridgewater could start day one and give the Raiders a chance to compete in that division.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have signed a ton of free agents, including Anthony Collins at LT. They can use this pick to add another big WR to pair with Vincent Jackson and eventually replace him when his contract gt
The Vikings resigned Matt Cassel this offseason. I'm sure that means they will still be looking at QBs this draft. Manziel is a polarizing player, but has potential to be a star player and the Vikings need a star QB to compete in their division.
The Bills have a good defense and can use this pick to beef up the OL. Matthews can play either side of the line and will open running lanes for Spiller while protecting Manuel from guys like Wake and Vernon.
The Lions want to add more weapons for Stafford and take some pressure off of Megatron. Lions were reported to be very interested in Watkins, but probably won't make the move up to get him. They added Golden Tate in free agency and now add a seam threat TE to replace the underwhelming Brandon Pettigrew, whom they resigned.
The Giants have started rebuilding their line by adding Geoff Schwartz at guard in free agency. Justin Pugh was a great pick for them in the last draft and they can continue that trend by adding a top OT prospect. They can move Beatty to RT and let Lewan take over the LT spot.
Aaron Donald has been on of the biggest risers in this draft. He is undersized for a DT, but he makes up for it with his ability to make plays in the backfield. With Henry Melton leaving in free agency, the Bears can replace him with Donald.
This may come as a surprise pick, but the Steelers need to rebuild their aging defense. With none of the top OT prospects left, the Steelers pick up maybe the best 5-tech prospect in the draft. Hageman gives the Steelers a young boost on the edge and will create pressure with 2013 breakout rusher Jason Worilds.
The Cowboys released their best defensive player this offseason and the Cowboys need to add a new pass rusher. Dee Ford is rising up draft boards and will attempt to fill the void left by DeMarcus Ware's departure.
The Ravens needed to upgrade the WR position this offseason. They added Steve Smith, after he was released from the Panthers. But he is on the tail end of his career and would only be a short term option. Lee gives the Ravens a player who can threaten from the slot or outside and give Flacco a reliable target with good hands.
With Lee and Ebron off the board, the Jets turn to defense and draft arguably the top CB on the board. The Jets wanted to reunite with Revis, but he went to the Pats. They were supposed to have had significant interest in Vontae Davis. It's obvious they want another CB, so they can draft Gilbert here. Gilbert has the skills and speed to give Rex Ryan a good prospect to pair with sophomore Dee Milliner.
Of course I'm going to let the Dolphins draft the player I want them to draft. The Dolphins have addressed several glaring needs this offseason, signing several players to beef up the lines. They offered a contract to D'Qwell Jackson, but he chose Indy instead. They want to move Ellerbe out to OLB and have even considered moving Misi inside. It's clear they want to replace the free agent bust Philip Wheeler and the best way to do it is drafting Mosley. He is an instinctive 3-down linebacker that can stuff the run and is good in coverage. He can be the captain of the defense and has the chance to take Miami's defense from good to great.
The Chiefs lost 3 offensive lineman to free agency this year. They will surely move 2013's first overall pick Eric Fisher over to LT to replace new Dolphin Branden Albert. They will need to get a starting caliber guard and draft one in Su'a-Filo.
This seems like a cliche pick at this point, but the Browns need a QB. They like Brian Hoyer, but shouldn't bank on him being the answer. Carr is the best QB available and will have a team with a good defense and plenty of weapons at his disposal.
The Saints released Lance Moore and traded Darren Sproles. They franchised JImmy Graham, but have no long term contract with him yet. Marques Colston will be 31 when the season starts. The Saints could use a young prospect to add to their offense.
The Panthers' top WR right now is Marvin McNutt... yeah. The Panthers went from Super Bowl contenders to a team in serious trouble as they lost several OL to retirement and WRs to free agency. They would love to get an OT, but can wait until the 2nd round for that, or sign a veteran stopgap after the draft. They need a new WR to replace team icon Steve Smith. Benjamin has the potential to be a big time WR in the league and gives Newton a big target.
This may seem a little low for Martin, but it's not implausible for him to drop. The Pats addressed the defense in free agency and could use some OL help. Martin can play OT or OG, and the Pats could use him as a OG to ultimately replace the aging Logan Mankins.
The Broncos understand that the window for them to compete for a championship is not very big. Thus, they went out and spent plenty in free agency to win right now. They don't have a ton of needs and can take the best player available. Pryor can help bolster an improving defensive backfield.
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