Unless some team wows them with an offer Luck will be Indy’s pick. Even if he has to sit a year or two behind Peyton Manning, it will be a smart choice as the Colts ensure their future.
Some might prefer a WR or a CB here, but the fact of the matter is it won’t matter what talent the Rams have until they can protect their QB. Kalil’s probably the best tackle to come out since Jake Long, and is a great fit for St. Louis.
The Vikings need a lineman, but will surely take the consolation prize of an elite playmaker. A Blackmon-Harvin receiving pairing could be quite dangerous and give Christian Ponder the weapons he needs.
The Browns need to strongly consider upgrading from Colt McCoy here. If Griffin enters the draft I think this is a good pick for Cleveland if he’s still on the board.
Some would consider this a reach, but the Jags have never let that stop them before. The fact is they need a big play WR, and Jeffery fits that bill. He didn’t have a great year at SC, but part of that is due to the poor QB play.
The Bucs have a serious need at CB, which will only get worse when Barber retires. Claiborne is an elite corner and could be even better than Patrick Peterson. They could consider Trent Richardson, but if Claiborne or Kirkpatrick are there they’d probably go CB.
Trent Williams’ recent suspension, is reason 10,472 why the Redskins need to invest in their offensive line. Williams is one more failed test away from a year long ban, and he’d be probably better suited for RT duty anyways, as Martin can take over at LT.
The Panthers need to add some more talent on defense, and landing a big play physical corner like Kirkpatrick would be huge.
The Dolphins already have one stud tackle, and could add a bookend here with Rieff. With no quarterbacks on the board, the Dolphins mine as well add as much protection as possible for their new signal caller.
The Bills need to increase their pass rush this offseason and Coples could be the perfect fit for them. He’s on the bigger side for a rush linebacker, but I still think he has the potential to stand up.
The Chiefs will need to reestablish the run next year if they want to get back to the post season, and the best way for them to do that is to add some blockers for Charles. DeCastro is an absolute star at Stanford, and should make a seamless transition to Kansas City.
The Cardinals are desperate for offensive tackle help. So far it is tough to get a read on Kolb given the amount of pressure that he is under, which is something Arizona needs to minimize next season.
The Eagles need to add some linebacking talent this year and Burfict would be a nice fit for them.
The Seahawks might begin to see the Mike Williams reclamation project as a failure. Floyd is a great prospect, and he could team with his former college teammate Golden Tate, as well as Doug Baldwin to give Seattle an impressive receiving corps.
The Chargers pass defense has been suspect this year, and Dennard is a great value pick.
The Bears could look to franchise Matt Forte and trade him, or maybe only keep him around for one season based on the price tag. While Chicago has other needs, I could see them the team that stops Richardson’s slide.
The Titans could lose Jason Jones this offseason, and would need a replacement tackle. Still is the best defensive tackle in the draft and is a nice pick here.
The Cowboys offensive line needs some serious upgrades as they haven’t been able to run the ball effectively at all.
The Jets desperately need to upgrade that pass rush and should be quite pleased with Upshaw.
Jenkins is moving up draft boards and looks to be a dynamic playmaker in the NFL.
One of the best things the Browns can do for a new QB is upgrade their ground game. Miller should do just that and help turn Cleveland’s offense into one of the league’s more exciting units.
The Giants could use some more additions to their linebacking corps and Brown is the best name on the board.
The Lions could go offensive line or CB here, but I could see them favoring a tackling machine like Kuechly.
The Bengals don’t need a DT, but a guy like Thompson would be a huge boost to their defense. Him and Atkins in the middle would be a nightmare for opposing offenses.
The Texans might consider a WR here, but should keep building up that defense with a NT like Poe.
The Pats need to keep adding corners as that continues to be their weakness.
The Pats could use a big play receiver opposite Welker and Wright could be that guy. He’s got great deep speed and will stretch the field as the TE’s work the middle and Welker underneath.
Ray Lewis might have a year or two left, meaning his replacement should be priority 1 for the Ravens. Hightower can play next to Lewis now, and take over for him in the future.
The 49ers need to add some talent to their interior line.
The Steelers can grab Casey Hampton’s replacement here and have a smooth transition in the middle.
The Packers need to find another pass rusher to go along with Matthews here, and Lewis is a great fit.