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Without much further ado:

1. Houston Texans -- Blake Bortles, QB, Central Florida ... all signs point to him being the guy.

2. St. Louis Rams -- Greg Robinson, LT, Auburn ... Jake Long may not be ready week 1 and has shown he can't stay healthy. Saffold is better at OG. Still a huge hole at OT.

3. Jacksonville Jaguars -- Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina ... Jags have added numerous DL during the FA period obviously showing a demand to upgrade the DL. They are using a Seattle formula to win(obviously given their coach) so the need for another pass rusher is still there.

4. Cleveland Browns -- Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson ... WR is a need for this team. Gordon's one suspension away from being done for the entire season and probably cut/traded. There's a big need here. They are going to give Hoyer every chance to be "the guy" without investing a high pick into QB.

5. Oakland Raiders -- Khalil Mack, OLB, Buffalo ... The Raiders could go in 5,000 directions with this pick. OT is a need, but so is the DL and pass rush. Mack isn't a traditional DE in a 4-3, but he can play OLB in running downs and rush in passing downs. He's scheme versatile.

6. Atlanta Falcons -- Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M ... This is a pick I think most people see coming a mile away.

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan ... Taylor could end up being a better pro then both Robinson and Matthews. With Donald Penn on the outs, need for OT is big.

8. Minnesota Vikings -- Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville ... At the end of the day, this team desperately needs a QB.

9. Buffalo Bills -- Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M ... EJ Manuel struggled a lot. He obviously needs more targets to win their one vs one match-ups.

10. Detroit Lions -- Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma St. ... Not much else to say. Secured a starting SS in FA and have a returning Glover Quin. Need to address the CB position and he's also BPA.

11. Tennessee Titans -- Anthony Barr, OLB, UCLA ... Moving to a 3-4 they need an edge rusher to make the transition easier. That's what Barr does.

12. New York Giants -- Aaron Donald, DT, Pittsburgh ... The Giants moved on from Linval Joseph so there's a need for a starting DT. Cullen Jenkins is 33 years old and last years' second round pick Jonathan Hankins hasn't proven much yet. It's the Giants, they love to draft DL.

13. St. Louis Rams -- Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix, FS, Alabama ... This is a pick many have theorized for a while. Great cover FS and the need is there for St. Louis.

14. Chicago Bears -- Darqueeze Dennard, CB, Michigan State ... the CBs for Chicago are getting pretty darn old. Resigned Tillman, but he's not the same player. Dennard plays the game a lot like Tillman and would make a lot of sense for this squad.

15. Pittsburgh Steelers -- Marqise Lee, WR, USC ... I think Lee will go higher then most expect. He's a stud who was hurt last season and didn't time well. With Sanders gone, there is an immediate opening for a starting WR.

16. Dallas Cowboys -- Tim Jernigan, DT, Florida State ... there's just such a need on the DL, it's hard to imagine them going elsewhere. He and Henry Melton is a nice 1-2 punch to revitalize this DL.

17. Baltimore Ravens -- CJ Mosley, OLB, Alabama ... Yes, I know WR is a big need. I think many teams will wait on WR given the depth of the WRs in this class. Mosley is a versatile LB that can play SLB, WLB, or ILB.

18. New York Jets -- Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina ... With the top CBs off the board and the Jets having brought in a QB to compete with Smith(Vick), they're going to do everything they can to give them enough weapons. Stephen Hill and Eric Decker is a pretty decent 1-2 at WR.

19. Miami Dolphins -- Xavier Su`a-Filo, OG, UCLA ... We're hearing people are rating Filo over the top 2 OGs from last years' class. That's pretty amazing considering how high they were drafted(obviously a weaker class). With that said, the Dolphins still have big holes on the OL.

20. Arizona Cardinals -- Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M ... ends up at a place where he can take his time learning how to play in a structured offense. A pretty good QB coach, too.

21. Green Bay Packers -- Louis Nix, NT, Notre Dame ... They have added some nice edge rushers, but Nix gives them someone to rotate with Raji and keep the big boys fresh. Could be a great combination to keep them both rested and ready to dominate.

22. Philadelphia Eagles -- Calvin Pryor, SS, Louisville ... The Eagles wiffed on the big time FA safeties, so it's a big need. They were pretty good versus the run last season, but they could still use an improvement at Safety. Pryor isn't Ed Reed in the back end, but not a liability either.

23. Kansas City Chiefs -- Zach Martin, OT, Notre Dame ... The Chiefs are built on a run game and managing their QB. Well, you can't do that without an offensive line. Albert is gone, so now what? Reid has a background of drafting numerous OL, too.

24. Cincinnati Bengals -- Kony Ealy, DE, Missouri ... They lost Michael Johnson and a big piece to this defense is their ability to pressure the QB. Ealy can play in a 4-3 defense easy and should bolster their pass rush.

25. San Diego Chargers -- Dee Ford, OLB, Auburn ... Ingram hasn't performed up to his lofty draft status and Freeney is old. They have to upgrade that pass rush.

26. Cleveland Browns -- Derek Carr, QB, Fresno St. ... Need a franchise QB in case Hoyer falls on his face. So, why not?

27. New Orleans Saints -- Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon St. ... Have to keep Brees happy and give him plenty of toys to play with. Colston is aging and they lost Lance Moore in FA. Another WR is a big need.

28. Carolina Panthers -- Odell Beckham Jr., WR, LSU ... I think most would be floored if the Panthers don't nab a WR here. Their WR position is a joke.

29. New England Patriots -- Jace Amaro, TE, Texas A&M ... Pick just makes too much sense to me. Plays a lot like a certain TE in jail whom Brady threw the ball to, a lot.

30. San Francisco 49ers -- Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida St. ... The reality is that the 49ers need to give Kaepernick many WRs to throw to. He isn't a good enough passer to win with just his arm and mediocre WR, he needs help. Crabtree and Boldin is a nice combo, but Boldin is aging and Crabtree never really went to that next level that many had hoped.

31. Denver Broncos -- Bradley Roby, CB, Ohio St. ... The Broncos have done a lot this off-season. One area of concern is their secondary. Talib and Ward were great additions, but their other contributing CBs are either injured or gone. Roby had a subpar season, but has also put together some elite tape and impressed at the combine. They need another CB.

32. Seattle Seahawks -- Gabe Jackson, OG, Mississippi St. ... The Seahawks obviously have few holes. One is on the OL where Russell Wilson was running for his life a lot. They do get some injured OL back this next season, but could still use an upgrade. Jackson fits perfectly in a power running team like Seattle.
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Mosley is a bad pick for the Ravens. Before Daryl Smith re-signed it made some sense but they're set at linebacker now.
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very solid saints pick
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Mosley is a bad pick for the Ravens. Before Daryl Smith re-signed it made some sense but they're set at linebacker now.
I understand they resigned Daryl Smith. That doesn't change anything for me, you draft for the future as well as the present. Smith is a decent LB who is 32 years old. Outside of him they have Arthur Brown(did nothing) and Josh Bynes who did very little. Not to mention at OLB you have Suggs who's close to hanging it up or moving on and his eventual replacement would assumed to be Upshaw who also has done nothing. There's a lot of question marks at LB and Mosley is considered by some a top 12 prospect.

Smith can play ILB or OLB in certain situations. He's probably best being able to roam and make plays as he's not very good fighting through traffic. They could go in another direction, but I seriously doubt an aging decent enough LB in Smith is going to scare them away from Mosley.
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Daryl Smith and Arthur Brown are the present and future of the linebackers for Baltimore. Just because Brown didn't play much last season doesn't make it a valid reason that he won't this season after what looks to be a fully healthy and surgery-free offseason as opposed to what he went through last year. Josh Bynes and Albert McClellan are solid depth behind Smith and Brown. The Ravens never have more than two linebackers on the field at one time that drop back into coverage or play a role that doesn't include pass-rushing.

Mosley isn't a potential replacement for Suggs (who the team just gave an extension to). He's not that kind of every-down pass-rusher. Besides Suggs the team has Dumervil, Upshaw (who splits time with Dumervil depending on the type of down), McPhee, Simon, and Hamilton. Everything is set at linebacker. I could see them bringing an an undrafted free agent as a 5th inside linebacker that's mostly a special teams guy but that's it. Mosley is a bad pick.
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I love the pick but disagree with you saying OT is a big need. We signed Penn, Howard and drafted Watson in the 2nd last year
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Never go wrong with Ebron to the Jets.
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Packers are way more in need of a safety, Pryor, than they are a NT, Nix.

The NT isn't asked to make as many plays, do as much, as the safety is, and our safeties have only killed us.

Pryor would be a dream to make it to our pick.
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30. San Francisco 49ers -- Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida St. ... The reality is that the 49ers need to give Kaepernick many WRs to throw to. He isn't a good enough passer to win with just his arm and mediocre WR, he needs help. Crabtree and Boldin is a nice combo, but Boldin is aging and Crabtree never really went to that next level that many had hoped.
I'm all for adding a few high-upside WRs in this draft. I just really hate the eval of Crabtree. He has been absolutely ridiculous the last 2+ seasons.
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Solid pick for Saints! I cannot argue Cooks though I could see them taking Beckham.
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I love the pick but disagree with you saying OT is a big need. We signed Penn, Howard and drafted Watson in the 2nd last year
Hey I understand that, but LT is a prime position and you don't really have an elite LT or someone who you can trust to protect the blindside game in and game out. Penn is good but not elite and also 30, I think they would look long and hard at the next franchise LT staring them in the face.
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I'm all for adding a few high-upside WRs in this draft. I just really hate the eval of Crabtree. He has been absolutely ridiculous the last 2+ seasons.
Bottom line is he still has only broke 1,000 yards once .. and barely. In 5 NFL seasons. Has he had injuries? Sure. But to put his lack luster performance into perspective, Justin Blackmon had just under half the yards that Crabtree did in his only 1,000 yard season in only 4 games played.

It's not unfair to say Crabtree hasn't stepped up like the game he talks.
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