1
Texans
DE
The Texans stayed put and made the right pick. This might be a relatively deep first round, but Clowney is the relatively safe star-of-stars selection. Read More
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Rams from WASH
OT
It wasn't necessarily a need pick for the Rams with Jake Long and Rodger Saffold already there, but both of them are hurt. Put Robinson at either tackle spot... Read More
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Jaguars
QB
Bortles has the right combination of size, athleticism and upside. Jacksonville made a statement for its franchise... Read More
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Bills from CLE
WR
He's walking into a nice situation with a talented young quarterback in E.J. Manuel to work with and Stevie Johnson and Robert Woods... Read More
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Raiders
OLB
The Raiders were probably hoping Watkins was going to be here. Raiders needed a receiver, but Mack was way too good a pick not to take. Read More
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Falcons
OT
Terrific value pick for a team that got the exact right position and the exact right player a little later than he probably could’ve gone. Read More
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Bucs
WR
All of a sudden, the Bucs have weapons for Josh McCown to work with... Read More
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Browns from MIN
CB
Gilbert is a phenomenal athlete who’s great with the ball in his hands and makes himself bigger with the ability to leap out of the stadium. Read More
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Vikings from CLE
OLB
Barr is a strong pass rusher who can work as both a pass rusher and a playmaker on the outside. He fills the right need... Read More
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10
Lions
TE
Lions were able to get the by far best tight end on the board to give Matthew Stafford another weapon... Read More
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11
Titans
OT
Can this be the franchise blocker the Titans can build around for the next ten years? Maybe – it’s a safe pick at the right time. Read More
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12
Giants
WR
While he's not huge, he has good height, big hands and a great frame. Really quick and with outstanding athleticism... Read More
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13
Rams
DT
For all the talk about the Pitt star going top ten, the Rams had him fall right into their lap... Read More
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14
Bears
DB
With outstanding athleticism and good size, he can handle himself with the bigger receivers and has the speed to deal with the quicker ones... Read More
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15
Steelers
OLB
Really, really fast and athletic, and a tremendous tackler, he overcomes his lack of size with outstanding production and range...Read More
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Cowboys
OT
Put Martin with Frederick and Tyron Smith, and all of a sudden the Cowboys have a very good, very young line... Read More
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Ravens
ILB
The Ravens like to beef up the defense, and while they needed safefy help, they went with the versatility of Mosley...Read More
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18
Jets
S
A big hitter, Pryor should be an intimidating force for the Jets secondary for the next several years...Read More
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Dolphins
OT
James is a good, sound blocker with great size and the ability to see time right away at right tackle or work his way into a left tackle spot... Read More
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Saints from ARIZ
WR
Cooks is the exact right fit with his route-running ability and his deep speed. This is the offense for him... Read More
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Packers
S
The Packers might have thought about moving up in the draft to get him, but they didn’t have to, and a top 15-caliber pick moved on down... Read More
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Browns from PHI
QB
Manziel is going to make things fun and exciting, but his game isn’t built for the NFL. He's going to get banged around... Read More
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23
Chiefs
DE
With Tamba Hali on the outside on one side, slot Ford in somewhere in a tweener position on the other side and turn them both loose... Read More
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24
Bengals
CB
Merry Christmas. This was right around the area when several good corner prospects from Bradley Roby to Jason Verrett were supposed to be...Read More
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25
Chargers
CB
The Chargers were one pick away from Darqueze Dennard, but getting Verrett here wasn’t that bad. Read More
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Eagles from CLE
OLB
Uhhhhh, oops. As a player, it should work out. It’s not that Smith is a bad prospect, it’s that he probably should’ve gone somewhere in the late second... Read More
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Cardinals from NO
S
In a safety-poor draft, it’s hard to dog the Cardinals too much for making a bit of a leap here. Paired up with Tyrann Mathieu, and with Patrick Peterson at corner, Arizona is putting together a whale of a secondary...Read More
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Panthers
WR
The Panthers need a No. 1 wide receiver, and they actually could use a No. 2, 3 and 4 to help out Cam Newton, but is that Benjamin? Read More
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29
Patriots
DE
The biggest shocker was that the Patriots hung on to the pick considering teams were looking to move up to take a quarterback. Read More
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49ers
S
This is San Francisco looking at what Seattle has become and looking for its own Earl Thomas. Read More
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Broncos
CB
Denver needed a corner to go on the other side of Aqib Talib, and it got a good one. Read More
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Vikings from SEA
QB
Remember, there was a time in the process when he was considered the possible No. 1 overall pick, even over Clowney. Read More
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