2014 NFL Draft: AFC Team Needs (Pre-Free Agency)

February 11, 2014 in Team Needs

AFC Team Needs (PRE-Free Agency):

February 11, 2014

 

 

AFC East:

Buffalo Bills:

1. Safety

2. Outside Linebacker

3. Guard

4. Offensive Tackle

5. Tight End

6. Cornerback

7. Defensive end

8. Defensive tackle

9. Inside Linebacker

10. Center

11.Wide Receiver

 

Miami Dolphins:

1. Offensive Tackle

2. Guard

3. Offensive Tackle

4. Cornerback

5. Running back

6. Guard

7. Outside Linebacker

8. Safety

9. Tight End

10. Wide Receiver

11. Defensive Tackle

 

New York Jets:

1. Wide Receiver

2. Tight End

3. Running back

4. Wide Receiver

5. Outside Linebacker

6. Guard

7. Cornerback

8. Offensive Tackle

9. Quarterback

10. Guard

11. Defensive Tackle

 

New England Patriots:

1. Defensive Tackle

2. Tight end

3. Safety

4. Defensive tackle

5. Guard

6. Center

7. Defensive end

8. Wide receiver

9. Outside linebacker

10. Tight end

11. Quarterback

 

AFC North:

Baltimore Ravens

1. Wide Receiver

2. Offensive Tackle

3. Tight end

4. Center

5. Cornerback

6. Wide Receiver

7. Defensive Tackle

8. Running Back

9. Defensive End

10. Safety

11. Tight End

12. Cornerback

 

Cleveland Browns

1. Quarterback

2. Wide Receiver

3. Running Back

4. Cornerback

5. Guard

6. Running Back

7. Guard

8. Wide Receiver

9. Center

10. Offensive Tackle

11. Safety

12. Cornerback

13. Defensive Tackle

 

Cincinnati Bengals:

1. Safety

2. Outside Linebacker

3. Wide Receiver

4. Center

5. Inside Linebacker

6. Cornerback

7. Defensive Tackle

8. Quarterback

9. Running Back

10. Defensive End

11. Offensive Tackle

 

Pittsburgh Steelers:

1. Offensive Tackle

2. Defensive Tackle

3. Defensive End

4. Wide Receiver

5. Guard

6. Cornerback

7. Safety

8. Outside Linebacker

9. Inside Linebacker

10. Running back

11. Wide Receiver

 

AFC South:

Houston Texans

1. Quarterback

2. Guard

3. Outside Linebacker

4. Offensive Tackle

5. Running Back

6. Safety

7. Defensive End

8. Outside Linebacker

9. Wide Receiver

10. Defensive Tackle

11. Cornerback

 

Indianapolis Colts:

1. Guard

2. Inside Linebacker

3. Center

4. Wide Receiver

5. Defensive End

6. Running back

7. Guard

8. Defensive Tackle

9. Cornerback

10. Safety

 

Jacksonville Jaguars:

1. Quarterback

2. Defensive End

3. Running Back

4. Offensive Tackle

5. Tight End

6. Center

7. Guard

8. Wide Receiver

9. Outside Linebacker

10. Guard

11. Running Back

12. Defensive Tackle

13. Cornerback

14. Safety

15. Outside Linebacker

16. Defensive End

 

Tennessee Titans:

1. Outside Linebacker

2. Safety

3. Quarterback

4. Running Back

5. Defensive Tackle

6. Offensive Tackle

7. Cornerback

8. Center

9. Wide Receiver

10. Inside Linebacker

11. Running Back

12. Cornerback

 

AFC WEST:

Denver Broncos

1. Cornerback

2. Defensive End

3. Wide Receiver

4. Safety

5. Center

6. Offensive Tackle

7. Cornerback

8. Guard

9. Outside Linebacker

10. Inside Linebacker

11. Defensive End

 

Kansas City Chiefs

1. Wide Receiver

2. Tight End

3. Inside Linebacker

4. Offensive Tackle

5. Wide Receiver

6. Guard

7. Defensive End

8. Cornerback

9. Guard

10. Safety

 

Oakland Raiders

1. Quarterback

2. Defensive End

3. Outside Linebacker

4. Wide Receiver

5. Guard

6. Defensive Tackle

7. Cornerback

8. Running Back

9. Offensive Tackle

10. Safety

11. Defensive Tackle

12. Running Back

13. Guard

14. Wide Receiver

15. Outside Linebacker

16. Inside Linebacker

17. Cornerback

 

San Diego Chargers

1. Outside Linebacker

2. Defensive End

3. Offensive Tackle

4. Cornerback

5. Guard

6. Inside Linebacker

7. Cornerback

8. Runningback

9. Defensive Tackle

10. Wide Receiver

11. Safety

 

 


  • NCJetsfan

    I'm sorry, but you really need to re-evaluate the Jets needs.
    You don't even have S listed, and that's one of their top needs, both FS
    and SS. With the exception of the ancient Ed Reed who should only be a role player, they have no one who can cover at S. Antonio Allen at SS is improving but still far from a quality starter. Landry is below average. Bush shouldn't even still be on the team. FS is right up there with WR and TE. Not far behind that is
    their need at OG. There are no guarantees Winters develops or any of
    the low-round prospects last year will develop and Colon wasn't that
    good and may not be back. OLB is a definite need. They haven't drafted an OLB since
    Gholston. Pace is older and slow. Barnes is coming off a major injury
    and really isn't suited to being a full-time player. They haven't had a
    quality edge rusher in 10-25 years. WR, TE, FS, OG and OLB are almost
    identical needs. A little lower, OT is also a need. They have no
    depth, and Howard may want more than the Jets are willing to pay. In
    addition, Brick's play is steadily declining, and they're going to need
    to replace him within a year or two. RB should not be the #3 priority
    for the Jets. That's ridiculous. They have Ivory and Powell. Could it
    be better? Yes, but they have many more important needs than RB. They
    can add a very good RB or a 3rd down-type RB/PR somewhere in the 5th-7th rounds.
    Depending upon what they do with Cro and their FA CBs, CB could also be
    a need,at least in terms of depth, and I think you have it rated a
    little low. They also need to strong consider taking a QB. Geno may or
    may not be the answer. If nothing else they're going to need a quality
    backup going forward. A case can be made for drafting a QB every year
    until you find a quality starter. Finally, DT is not a need at all.
    That's just dumb. They have Big Snacks, Ellis, Richardson, Wilkerson,
    and Coples who all can play DT. If anything, they need depth at DE. They also need a punter. Quigley was awful. If they can't re-sign Folk or choose not to, then K is also a need.

    I, and I think most Jets fans rate their needs as follows:

    1a. WR
    1b. TE
    1c. FS
    2a. Tie – OLB & OG
    3. CB
    4. QB
    5. OT
    6. P

  • jcharge29

    The Chargers' biggest needs are as follows:

    1)DT
    2)CB
    3)OL (interior or depth at T)
    4)OLB
    5)WR
    6)RB

  • Joshua Dean Brillhart

    From the browns message boards we'd list our needs way differently. 1)Qb 2)RG 3)rb 4)ILB 5)wr 6)FS 7)cb 8)fb 9)rb 10)te 11)lg 12)wr 13)rt

  • David Gaston

    Your Chiefs rankings are pretty far off. If you ask most Chiefs Fans, you'll get something different. If you head over to Arrowheadpride.com which is the most active SBNation site (By far)… you'll see:
    You have Safety as being #10 need… it is #1, and it isn't even close… WR is what all the NFL and ESPN Draft experts say because they never adjusted from 4 months ago, when WR did appear to be the biggest need, but times changed dramatically… Defense Fell apart (primarily because of FS) and Offense became one of the best in the NFL (takes more time for a new Offense to learn a new system and gel than does a Defense)
    1- Safety (WIll Only have 1 Safety on the roster–Eric Berry, and 2 of the other Safeties were a huge liability)
    2- DE (Tyson Jackson is most likely gone, regardless if stayed, they need someone who can provide pressure and take advantage of 1-on-1s that Poe provides to our DEs
    3- WR (Definitely a need, but Staff is positive about progress AJ Jenkins made, offense already did well with current line up, and WR is extremely deep and strong in draft)
    4- CB (Passing league can always use, plus in case Cooper doesn't advance)
    5- OT (Swing Tackle needed, have their starting OTs set w/out Albert)
    6- ILB
    7- OG (Expected to resign Schwartz, need to find another Schwartz type)
    7- TE (Was a position of strength prior to injuries (Moeaki, Kelce, Fasano 1/2 year) Kelce was impressing during offseason
    8- OLB (possibly losing Tamba soon, and can never have too many pass rushers