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Season Recap and Team Needs: AFC South
by DC Insider Rick Bennett

In this segment, we will take look at each team's 2011 season and the areas they need to improve most in through the draft.

Houston Texans:
The team's first playoff birth in franchise history became bittersweet when starting QB Matt Schaub was injured. Matt Leinart managed to play mistake free and guide the team to the AFC Championship game before finally falling. If the Texans would like to stay at that level of production, they'll need to sure up a few weaknesses through the draft.

1.) DE/DT - JJ Watt looks like a keeper at one DE spot, but Antonio Smith and Shaun Cody are nothing to write home about. Adding some young talent at those positions would be of great benefit to the Texans.

2.) OLB - Mario Williams will be a free agent and is coming off of a season ending injury. Brooks Reed and Connor Barwin could make for a solid duo, but you can never had too many pass rushers.

3.) Safety - Dan Manning was a solid free agent pickup but was injured for most of 2011. A quality starter for opposite him as well as some depth would be great additions.

Tennessee Titans:
If someone told you that Chris Johnson would have a terrible year in 2011, you probably wouldn't have given the Titans much of a change. However, solid defensive play and Matt Hasselbeck nearly got this team to the playoffs.

1.) Interior O-line - The Titans have a great pair of bookend tackles but the interior of the o-line hasn't been playing well. Upgrades could be used at any of the 3 positions and an investment there would certainly help Johnson get back on track.

2.) Safety - Chris Hope is getting older, coming off an injury and will be a free agent. The team needs someone to pair with Michael Griffin in the defensive backfield.

3.) D-line Depth - Jason Jones is set to be free agent and the unit is fairly lackluster overall. Adding another talented youngster would definitely help.

Jacksonville Jaguars:
Blaine Gabbert was definitely the roughest looking of the rookie QBs who got playing time in 2011, but with MJD and a solid defense, the Jags make for a good situation for him to turn it around. He'll need help though.

1.) WR - The Jags lack a true #1 WR, with the 5'8 Mike Thomas as the closest thing they have. Having a reliable, athletic pass catcher would certainly help in Gabbert's development.

2.) DE - In a league where getting pressure on the opposing QB is a must, you have to do better than Matt Roth and Jeremy Mincey at the DE position.

3.) CB - Rashean Mathis will be a 32 year old free agent coming off of a knee injury and the other corners on the roster are unspectacular at best.

Indianapolis Colts:
Not much can be said about the pathetic performance of the Colts in 2011. Even with Peyton Manning, it would have been a stretch for this team to accomplish much beyond going .500. Manning may return, but the team has a lot of key free agents to decide on and a #1 overall pick to use.

1.) O-line - This is a unit that could still use a lot of work in order to help keep Manning, or a new QB, upright and to help open holes in the run game.

2.) DT - A stud DT would really help to sure up the Colts run defense which has always been abysmal.

3.) QB? - There's no doubt that the Colts will be tempted by Andrew Luck, regardless of Manning's status. Even if he returns, he'll be 36 with a history of neck injuries. This will definitely draw consideration.



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Season Recap and Team Needs: NFC West
by DC Insider Rick Bennett

In this segment, we will take look at each team's 2011 season and the areas they need to improve most in through the draft.

San Francisco 49ers:
One of the surprise teams of 2011, NFL Coach of the Year Jon Harbaugh led the 49ers to a surprise trip to the NFC Championship game where they gave the Packers all they could handle. Alex Smith's impeding free agency will be the teams biggest offseason decision, but the rest of the team is solid and looking good for the future.

1.) Interior O-line - Chilo Rachal has been the o-line's biggest weak spot and is due to become a free agent in 2012. Jonathan Goodwin was a decent free agent pickup, but will be 33 and could possibly be upgraded.

2.) CB - Carlos Rogers was only on a one year deal and if the team is forced to franchise Alex Smith, bringing him back could be a challenge. Even if they do, the rest of the unit could stand to be upgraded.

3.) OLB - Aldon Smith looks like a keeper but Ahmad Brooks is set to become a free agent while Parys Haralson is only solid at best. Another stud pass rusher would really make this LB corps dangerous.

Seattle Seahawks:
A year after being the first losing team to make the playoffs, the Seahawks had another losing season but ended up nowhere near the playoffs. There are some pockets of talent on the roster but it's going to take a good draft to get back into playoff contention.

1.) QB - Neither Tarvaris Jackson nor Charlie Whitehurst is the long term answer for this team. Lucky for them, there are a number of highly rated QB prospects available this year, so they should be able to come away with one of them at pick #10.

2.) DE - Red Bryant may be good for stuffing the run, but he's not exactly a threatening edge rusher. No other DEs on the roster are particularly threatening either so this is a big need.

3.) LB - Lofa Tatupu and Aaron Curry have been sent packing, leaving the team somewhat devoid of legitimate talent in the LB corps. An impact player here would really help out the defense.

Arizona Cardinals:
The Cardinals have fallen a long way from nearly toppling the Steelers in the Superbowl. They have a lot of holes to fill and will have to do it being down a 2nd round pick from the Kevin Kolb trade.

1.) O-line - This line simply can't protect the QB or open holes in the run game. Pretty much any position along it could stand to be upgraded, so look for them to go this route early and often.

2.) Secondary Depth - Adrian Wilson is 32 while Kerry Rhodes has struggled to stay healthy this season. At CB, outside of stud rookie Patrick Peterson, the group looks fairly weak.

3.) QB - Kevin Kolb has been abysmal as a Cardinal (not that he was very good with the Eagles) but the team has invested too much to move away from him now. John Skelton has won several starts in his stead, but if the Cardinals have a top QB prospect fall into their laps, they very well may consider going this direction.

St. Louis Rams:
Another incredibly disappointing team, the Rams were expected by many to take control of this division with Sam Bradford in command. Bradford spent much of the season injured and looked sub-par when healthy. The defense under Steve Spagnulo also struggled mightily.

1.) WR - The Rams have packed about as many #3/#4 WRs onto their roster as humanly possible, but completely lack a real #1 target for Bradford.

2.) CB/S - The Rams pass defense was awful throughout 2011. This was in part due to injury, but they really lacked much talent to begin with. Quentin Mikell might be the only keeper in the secondary currently.

3.) DT - Fred Robbins and Justin Bannan are both well on the wrong side of 30 and the team has very little worthwhile depth at the position.





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Season Recap and Team Needs: AFC West
by DC Insider Rick Bennett

In this segment, we will take look at each team's 2011 season and the areas they need to improve most in through the draft.

Oakland Raiders:
The Raiders eeked out playoff birth in a surprisingly awful division. It seems unlikely they manage to stay on top for long however, as they've basically traded their entire draft for 3 different QBs. That makes it hard to built up the rest of the roster around them.

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San Diego Chargers:
The disappointing Chargers disappointed again with a disappointing season. Phillip Rivers took about 5 steps back as he struggled mightily all season long. The rest of the team wasn't much better.

1.) RT/OT Depth - Jeromey Clary has had his struggles on the right side of the line, and Brandon Dombrowski proved he had no business on the field struggling as a reserve when called upon. Protecting Rivers to get him back on track is a must.

2.) OLB - Since Shawn Merriman started sucking (stopped doing steroids) the Chargers have been without an impact pass rusher. In the competitive AFC, you must have someone to get after the opposing QB.

3.) ILB - Takeo Spikes isn't getting any younger at 34, and his primary backup, Na'il Diggs isn't much younger at 33. The team could use a solid young interior LB headed forward.

Kansas City Chiefs:
The Chiefs caught the INJURIEZZ bug this season, losing most of their best players fairly early in the year before limping to the finish. While they will improve when the get Berry and Charles back next season, the rest of the team is hardly free of issues.

1.) Interior O-line - Casey Weigmann is one of the oldest non-specialists in the league and will need replaced asap. The guard positions currently sport adequate players, but they could stand to add competition to the position.

2.) NT - Kelly Gregg isn't much younger than Weigmann and the team doesn't have another true NT on the roster. For any 3-4 defense to succeed, that is a key position to address.

3.) ILB - The team could use another quality starter next to Derrick Johnson, as Jovan Belcher is set to become an RFA in 2012 and the team doesn't have much else worthwhile at the position.

Bonus:) QB - Matt Cassel is not a franchise QB and his injury this season won't help his chances of remaining the Chiefs starter beyond. If one of the top QB prospects falls to the Chiefs, they should definitely consider him.

Denver Broncos:
The Broncos won a few more games than expected with Tim Tebow at QB, but opposing defenses caught on rather quickly to the gimmick system after a successful start. Denver will need to do a lot of work to become competitive in a traditional fashion any time soon.

1.) QB - This is a passing league and Tim Tebow throwing the ball only 8 times a game won't get it done. They need to start fresh with an elite QB prospect.

2.) CB - Beyond the aging Champ Bailey, the Broncos simply have nothing worthwhile at the position.

3.) RB - Knowshon was looking like a borderline bust even before his knee injury while Willis McGahee isn't the long term answer at the position.
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By TitansInsider Drew Foust


Shock rang out throughout Baptist Sports Park as an unknown assailant attacked Titans's LG Leroy Harris this afternoon.

Details are still unknown, but the police chief has said in a statement that there was an eyewitness who said she saw "some twitchy black dude with tacky ass teeth just came up out of nowhere and attacked Carl from Steve Urkel."

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Chargers Clean House
The San Diego Chargers announced that they have fired General Manager AJ Smith and Head Coach Norv Turner. Chargers Owner Alex Spanos announced that the Chargers needed to make some changes after another disappointing season, and it was made in big ways after they fired the two head men.

Spanos also announced that they had already repaced AJ Smith, saying that Marshall Bauer would be the new General Manager and would play a huge role in the hiring of a new coach. Bauer said, "We're narrowing our list down and have a few guys that we're gonna bring in for second interviews, but right now we're not gonna release any names." A source within the Chargers organization says that the list includes big name former coaches like Bill Cowher, Brian Billick, Herm Edwards, and high profile assistants like Perry Fewell and Mike Zimmer, and current Chargers offensive coordinator Clarence Shelmon.
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Buffalo Looking to Move CB McGee, Willing to deal #17


Rumor has it that Buddy Nix & Co. are looking to trade the vet DB for a mid round pick or a few late round picks. They are also willing to move down from pick 17 in the 1st round.

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Chargers Interested in Trading Down
A source within the Chargers organization said that the team is accepting offers to move down from the 14th overall pick in the first round. The source said that the team is high on a lot of players who will be available in the middle of the first round and feel that they can get one of those players while still moving down a bit.
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Bears Pull a Shocker

In the days leading up to the draft, rumors were swirling that the Chicago Bears were very interested in trading back. In fact, sources close to General Manager Jerry Angelo report that he was actively negotiating with multiple teams. But when draft day came, the Bears shocked everyone, jumping ten spots in the first round. Chicago traded their first round pick (22nd overall) and the third round pick received from Carolina in the trade of Greg Olsen (68 overall) to the Broncos in exchange for the 12th overall selection.

"This was not something we planned" Angelo stated when asked about the trade. "but when you see a player you have rated so highly drop, you have to pull the trigger."

That player was Jonathan Martin. The 6'6", 304 pound tackle out of Stanford, who has done an admirable job protecting first overall pick Andrew Luck, was widely considered a top-ten prospect. Now he will be taking the task of protecting Jay Cutler's blind side, a job formerly held by J'Marcus Webb.

"With the addition of Jonathan, our offensive line should be set for many season." Replied offensive line coach Mike Tice. "J'Marcus played well at tackle, but we feel his future is at guard. The pick of Martin will help solidify two positions."

It remains to be seen how this will affect former first round pick Chris Williams. The oft-injured Williams, who spent much of the 2011 season on Injured Reserve, will almost certainly lose his starting job. Look for the Bears to place him on the trading block.
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Top 12 Analysis
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1.) Indianapolis Colts - QB Andrew Luck, Stanford
This pick was a no brainer. Though reports are that Peyton Manning is expected to be able to play again, getting his future successor on board ensures that the Colts will have another franchise QB ready to pick right up. Expectations may be unrealistic high for Luck, considered by many the best QB prospect since Peyton Manning or even fellow Stanford Cardinal John Elway, but a year to learn under Manning would be highly beneficial.

2.) Arizona Cardinals (from CAR) -OT Matt Kalil, USC
The Cardinals traded their first and third round picks this year as well as a conditional #1 next year in order to acquire the draft's top LT prospect. Kevin Kolb was a major disappointment in his first year with the Cardinals but better protection may help turn things around. Still, this was a lot to give up.

3.) Miami Dolphins - QB Matt Barkely, USC
Finally, after nearly 13 years, the Dolphins seem to have a legitimate successor to Dan Marino. After investing numerous 2nd round picks on so-so QBs in that time, the Dolphins have invested a high first rounder in the position. Many had Barkley rated only slightly below Andrew Luck and he appears to have all the tools to become a franchise QB.

4.) Minnesota Vikings - CB Morris Claiborne, LSU
While the Vikings would have ideally addressed the LT position with Kalil, he was taken before they got the chance. Instead, they take one of the draft's best CB prospects in Claiborne here. With Antoine Winfield aging and Asher Allen awful, this was a huge area of need for the Vikings.

5.) St. Louis Rams - WR Justin Blackmon, Ok. St.
The Rams took a step in the wrong direction this year, due in large part to a lack of pass catching playmakers on offense. Blackmon instantly becomes their #1 WR and has the skills to be an elite player in this league.

6.) Carolina Panthers - CB Dre Kirkpatrick, Alabama
The Panthers picked up some nice picks from Arizona in their trade down from #2 overall, then selected a stud CB in Kirkpatrick here. He should help sure up the Panthers pass defense, which is critical in their quality division.

7.) Cleveland Browns - QB Landry Jones, Oklahoma
The Colt McCoy experiment has apparently ended with a loud "thud." Though he was far from terrible, he wasn't particularly good either. Jones has the tools of a franchise QB and should compete with McCoy for the starting job as a rookie.

8.) Jacksonville Jaguars - WR Michael Floyd, Notre Dame
The Jaguars had one of the weakest groups of receivers in the NFL in 2011, so adding Floyd here will help tremendously. He will provide a great possession target for Blaine Gabbert, who struggled mightily as a rookie.

9.) Cleveland Browns (from PHI) - RB Trent Richardson, Alabama
Two picks after taking their QB of the future, the Browns traded up using the first rounder they acquired from Atlanta last year in order to secure the draft's top RB prospect in Richardson. He should definitely provide the punch the Browns offense so desperately needs.

10.) Seattle Seahawks - QB Robert Griffin III, Baylor
It was clear that the Seahawks did not have a legitimate QB on their roster in 2011, so they went out and took the highly talented Griffin here. He is easily the most athletic QB in the class and is coming off of a record smashing year at Baylor.

11.) Washington Redskins - OG David DeCastro, Stanford
With no QBs currently on the board that Washington was interested in, they decided to help whoever their QB does end up being by drafting a great o-lineman in DeCastro. He is easily one of the best guard prospects to come a long in a while and will greatly improve the interior of the Redskins o-line.

12.) Chicago Bears (from DEN) - OT Jonathan Martin, Stanford
One pick after DeCastro came off the board, his line-mate at Stanford follows suit. The Bears traded up to grab a blindside protector for Jay Cutler. With last year's selection of Gabe Carimi, this pick will hopefully give the Bears a great set of bookend tackles for years to come.
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Buffalo Going 43, Fire Edwards promote Wannstedt to DC


Buffalo has fired DC George Edwards. In his place ILB coach Dave Wannstedt will take over and is moving to a full time 43 D. The past two years Edwards has been running a mix of 34 and 43. All that was doing was letting teams run wild as the Bills have had one of the worse run d's the last two years. Backing the 43 move was first round pick Quinton Couples from UNC.
The starting front four now looks like Couples, Williams and Dareus with Dwan Edwards and Alex Carrington in a battle for the LDE spot.
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IRSAY FIRES ER'BODY, ANNOUNCES NEW GENERAL MANAGER


Months ago Indianapolis Colts owner and head tweeter Jim Irsay gave Vice Douchebag Bill Polian the dreaded vote of confidence. Similarly, Polian gave the media similar assurances regarding head coach Jim Caldwell and his staff.

Now, they're all gone. Both Polians, Caldwell, defensive coordinator Larry Coyer, offensive coordinator Clyde Christiansen, and Director of Player Personnel Tom Telesco. A winless season of NFL football will do that.

Replacing the Polians will be former Packers Director of Football Operations Reggie McKenzie.


"I'm thrilled to become part of the Colts family," said McKenzie at a press conference. "I'd like to thank Mr. Jim Irsay for giving me the chance, and I'd like to promise all Colts fans out there that we will do whatever it takes to bring winning football back to Indy! Go Colts!"

McKenzie wasted no time announcing former Packers LB coach and assistant Head Coach Winston Moss as the new Head Coach of the Colts.

"Winston will bring a great defensive understanding and a sense of toughness to this team," said McKenzie.
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13.) Kansas City Chiefs - ILB Vontaze Burfict, Arizona State
Passing on the QB situation (they were rumored to like Tannehill,) the Chiefs instead chose to address their LB corps by adding freakish ILB Vontaze Burfict. Burfict has a very high ceiling but is a bit raw and will commit dumb penalties at times. He should be a good fit next to Derrick Johnson in the middle.

14.) San Diego Chargers - Riley Reiff OT/Iowa
Getting Phillip Rivers back on track means protecting him better. Jeromy Clary wasn't getting the job done at RT and the depth behind he and Marcus McNeil was ghastly. Reiff should be a good fit at RT and could even flip to LT in a pinch.

15.) Tampa Bay Bucs - OLB Zach Brown, UNC
Due in part to injuries, the Bucs defense struggled badly as a whole in 2011. Brown should make for a nice piece at LB along with last year's pick Mason Foster.

16.) Philadelphia Eagles (from ATL via CLE) - MLB Luke Keuchly, Boston College
The Eagles LB corps was a clear weakness as they got gashed by seemingly every opponent they faced. The smaller, more athletic linebackers simply didn't have the punch to stand up in run defense behind the Wide 9 D-line. Keuchly will bring a much stronger presence to the unit in the middle linebacker spot.

17.) Buffalo Bills - DE Quinton Couples, UNC
With the Bills caught in the middle of a 4-3/3-4 flip flop, they needed to add talent in any way possible. Couples was the best pass rusher available and is a bit of a steal this late in the first round. Good 4-3 DE pickup.

18.) Dallas Cowboys - CB Janoris Jenkins, North Alabama
The Cowboys secondary was definitely a weak spot in recent years and adding a talented, though troubled, CB like Jenkins will help solidify the unit and keep Alan Ball far away from the field.

19.) New York Jets - WR Alshon Jeffery, South Carolina
Jeffery fell further than most expected, due in part to showing up overweight to workouts. The Jets offer a good fit however and Alshon should make a great safety blanket for Mark Sanchez.
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By TitansInsider Drew Foust

Titans select Peter Konz; Eugene Amano turns himself in


In a stunning turn of events, Titans starting C Eugene Amano has turned himself in to authorities after police issued a warrant for his arrest for the violent attack on LG Leroy Harris, in what can only be described as a disgraceful act of Titan-on-Titan violence.

Eugene Amano said in a statement, "Seriously? I don't even have a grill!"

When reached for comment, Titans head coach Mike Munchak said "Well, we prefer to keep things like this in house. Ideally, you'd like to give a guy a chance at multiple attacks to see why things aren't working out the way you'd want. So I can't really publically say we're making a decision because of this performance." Munchak also added in "Meh," and paused mid-sentence to stare at the back of the room for five minutes.

Frankly, we here at MTSU News were suprised Amano was even able to flee the scene. You'd think Harris would've been able to hold onto his attacker until police arrived, as he's displayed that ability all year long. Just a baffling sequence of events, especially considering the witness's description was "twitchy black guy with tacky teeth" and not "a fat version of The Rock." Something tells me this investigation isn't over.

Despite one offensive lineman being hospitalized and another looking at prison time, hopes are high in the locker room after the team selected former Wisconsin C Peter Konz. Konz, unanimously seen as the best center prospect in the draft, looks to start as a rookie due to all the off the field problems the Titans have had with the OL.
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Eagles cornerback Asante Samuel has requested a trade out of Philadelphia and has asked the team to do their best to facilitate his request. The "Dream Team" was unable to reach the expectations set for them and this may be domino one their attempt to fix the roster.
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Raiders Looking to Make Moves


The Oakland Raiders currently have no draft picks in the first 3 rounds, but according to rumors that could end shortly. The Raiders are rumored to be offering WR Louis Murphy for a 3rd round pick, and they are extremely close to closing the deal. Murphy was sidelined for most of the this season, but the 2 previous seasons Murphy had been a reliable target. He is still young as well at 24, and needs to get out under the depth the Raiders have at WR.

BREAKING NEWS: WR Louis Murphy has been traded to the San Francisco 49ers for the 94th(3rd) pick in the 2012 NFL draft.
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Broncos sign a living legend in Rhett Bomar

The Oklahoma turned Sam Houston State turned Giant/Viking/Drunk Driver has joined Tim Tebow and Brady Quinn in Denver. Can Bomar bring the Broncos back to prominence? Is he a sleeper in the rough? Can Bomar throw football good?

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Rumor Mill: Giants Work Out Two QBs
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Rumors out of East Rutherford this evening are saying that Giants Co-GM Scotty B. took time off from his team's draft preperation to work out former Rutgers QBs Mike McMahon, out of football since 2007, and Mike Teel, who had been working as the QB coach for Kean University.

While it is unlikely either of these players is signed, Scotty is said to have wanted to see them in action.

"You never know when you might need a 3rd string Rutgers QB," he was noted as having said.
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BIG NEWS IN JACKSONVILLE

It's been an eventful draft weekend so far for the Jacksonville Jaguars. On Wednesday night, the Jaguars selected WR Michael Floyd from Notre Dame in hopes that he will be #1 playmaking target for second year QB Blaine Gabbert. Then, on Thursday night, they traded up into the first round to take WR Mohamed Sanu from Rutgers. GM Gene Smith was unavailable for comment.

And in a surprising turn of events, the team announced the hiring of former ESPN analyst Jon Gruden as their new head coach. He will replace recently fired Jack Del Rio. Gruden developed familiarity with Blaine Gabbert when he had the QB on his show leading up to the 2011 draft. Gruden explained, "Boy, this guy Blaine Gabbert really impressed. He's got all the tools I look for in a QB and he's smart as heck. I'm going to enjoy coaching him for years."

Blaine Gabbert was asked about all of the changes. He said, "I enjoyed learning from Coach Gruden before last year's draft, so I'm excited to have him here for good. And those two receivers are playmakers. Our offense will be explosive." When asked if Gabbert feels any pressure to improve after completing less than 50% of his passes as a rookie, Gabbert got a bit defensive. Said the blonde-haired beauty, "WOAH THERE, ************."
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As day one comes to a close, here is one analysts take on the 10 best available players:

1. Devon Still, DT, Penn State
2. Billy Winn, DE, Boise State
3. Dont'a Hightower, ILB, Alabama
4. Whitney Mercilus, DE/OLB, Illinois
5. Kelechi Osemele, OT/OG, Iowa State
6. Vinny Curry, DE/OLB, Marshall
7. Nick Toon, WR, Wisconsin
8. Jared Crick, DE, Nebraska
9. Brandon Jenkins, OLB, Florida State
10. LaMichael James, RB, Oregon
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20.) Tennessee Titans - C Peter Konz, Wisconsin
The Titans struggled to open holes up the middle all season long, likely contributing the the decline of Chris Johnson. Konz is a mauling run-blocker who should definitely help alleviate that issue, if perhaps a slight reach here.

21.) Cincinnati Bengals (from OAK) - CB Alfonzo Dennard, Nebraska
With the "Carson Palmer pick" as it will likely be called (well, one of the Carson Palmer picks,) the Bengals looked to replace Jonathan Joseph as the starting CB opposite Leon Hall with Dennard.

22.) 22.) Denver Broncos (from CHI) - DT Dontari Poe, Memphis
After trading down to stockpile picks, the Broncos went out to help their run defense by drafting the colossally massive Dontari Poe here.

23.) Cincinnati Bengals - RB Lamar Miller, Miami
With Cedric Benson hitting free agency after a down year, the Bengals selected Lamar Miller in hopes to create a "triplets" type situation to go along with young QB Andy Dalton and WR AJ Green.

24.) Kansas City Chiefs (from DET) - QB Ryan Tannehill, Texas A&M
After passing on a QB the first time through, the Chiefs traded back into the first round to select their QB of the future in Ryan Tannehill.

25.) Baltimore Ravens - OT Mike Adams, Ohio State
While Bryant McKinnie made for a good stop-gap option, the Ravens needed to secure the left side of their o-line for the future and did so with the selection of Adams here.

26.) New England Patriots - OLB Courtney Upshaw, Alabama
With their first of two straight picks,the Patriots moved to address their ailing pass rush with the selection of Upshaw here.

27.) New England Patriots (from NO) - DT Brandon Thompson, Clemson
With their 2nd straight selection, the Pats selected Thompson to help sure up their d-line which has been lackluster around Vince Wilfork.

28.) New York Giants - LB Manti Teo, Notre Dame
The Giants have been trying to fill their hole at MLB since Antonio Pierce's retirement and may finally have done so with the Fighting Irish product in Teo here.

29.) Houston Texans - S Mark Barron, Alabama
Though their defense improved greatly in their first year under Wade Phillips, finding a play making safety to pair with Daniel Manning was a must.

30.) San Fran 49ers - CB Chase Minnefield, Virginia
Carlos Rogers was a great pickup for the 49ers but was only on a one year deal. Even if the team resigns him, the starting position opposite him could stand to be upgraded, which is what they hope Minnefield will do.

31.) Pittsburgh Steelers - OG Cordy Glenn, Georgia
Providing better protection for Roethlisberger and opening bigger holes in the run game were two areas that the Steelers needed help, and the massive Cordy Glenn should help them here.

32.) Jacksonville Jaguars (from GB) - WR Mohamad Sanu, Rutgers
After selecting WR Michael Floyd earlier, the Jaguars traded up to further address their need at the WR position with Rutgers star Mohamad Sanu here.
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1. Billy Winn, DE/DT, Boise State
2. Kelechi Osemele, OT/OG, Iowa State
3. Nick Toon, WR, Wisconsin
4. Dwayne Allen, TE, Clemson
5. Zebrie Sanders, OT, Florida State
6. Coryell Judie, CB, Texas A&M
7. Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor
8. Levy Adcock, OT, Oklahoma State
9. Markelle Martin, FS, Oklahoma State
10. Bruce Irvin, DE/OLB, West Virginia
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Bills add Johnson

With the 48th pick the Bills added another player for thier front four in Cam Johnson from Virginia. Johnson will come in with 1st round pick Quinton Coples as the Bills get set to run the 43 as thier base d.

Nix on his thoughts of Bills draft.

"Well, we gotta get better up front and we did that with guys who we really like and had high draft grades on. Now they have to come up here and work hard but we think they can be special players for us. Adding these two boys with Kyle and Marcell......we like it."


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Updated Best Available (New Plan is to do it every time the majority of the guys on the list are taken)

1. Billy Winn, DE/DT, Boise State
2. Zebrie Sanders, OT, Florida State
3. Coryell Judie, CB, Texas A&M
4. Andre Branch, DE, Clemson
5. Brandon Weeden, QB, Oklahoma State
6. Doug Martin, RB, Boise State
7. Jeff Fuller, WR, Texas A&M
8. Kevin Zeitler, OG, Wisconsin
9. Lavonte David, OLB, Nebraska
10. Brandon Lindsey, DE/OLB, Pittsburgh
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CBS Sports best available:

1.) DE Billy Winn, Boise State
2.) OLB Brandon Lindsey, Pitt
3.) OT Zebrie Sanders, Florida State
4.) OG Lucas Nix, Pitt
5.) LB Levonte David, Nebraska
6.) QB Brandon Weedon, Oklahoma State
7.) C Ben Jones, Georgia
8.) TE Coby Fleener, Stanford
9.) OT Andrew Datko, Florida State
10.) CB Andrew Boykin, Georgia
11.) OLB Shawn Spence, Miami
12.) WR Marvin McNutt, Iowa
13.) RB Doug Martin, Boise State
14.) LB Audie Cole, NC State
15.) CB Shawn Prater, Iowa
16.) RB Isiah Pead, Cincinnati
17.) WR Joe Adams, Arkansas
18.) OT Brandon Mosely, Auburn
19.) OLB Kenny Tate, Maryland
20.) OG Senio Kelemete, Washington
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