DT Leonard Williams USC
The Raiders have a good QB in Derek Carr, so instead of picking up one of the top QB prospects they should decide to fix their DLine. Williams is a destructive force of nature similar to Suh minus the douche bag tendencies. He will demand double teams therefore opening up more options for Mack and the other pass rushers.
DE Randy Gregory Nebraska
Gus Bradley loves attacking QBs, but he lacks the pass rushers need to do that and therefore he should select the best QB killer available. Unlike most other pass rushers Gregory likes playing the run as well.
QB Marcus Mariota Oregon
The Bucs are the only team in the NFC South without a QB and while they do have a good defense it will mean nothing if they cannot go score for score against the others. Mariota unlike the other top rated QB prospect has a good head on his shoulders to go along with his on field skills; basically he has the personality the Lovie Smith can get behind.
WR Amari Cooper Alabama
The Titans OLine is pretty solid and they have a promising QB in Mettenberger, but while they do have decent pieces to go with him none of them are elite. That is where Cooper comes in, he is a very explosive WR in the same vein as Julio Jones except with better hands.
QB Jameis Winston FSU
It looks as if Geno is not the answer for the Jets, so they will be looking for a new signal caller. Winston is the best QB prospect in the upcoming draft if you discount his off the field issues. The reason he is the pick here is because if Sexy Rexy is still the HC he will want to win no matter what and that means bringing in a brash D-Bag to pair with himself.
QB Connor Cooks
The Rams need to give up on the always injured Bradford and find someone who can actually play more than a game or two a year. While this is fairly early for Cooks, he is probably the best pure passer in the draft. He may be more of a gunslinger than Fisher usually likes with proper development he could be the best QB in the NFC West in a season or 2.
S Landon Collins Alabama
The Redskins always seem to need help in the secondary, so why not add the supposed best Safety in the draft?
WR DaVante Parker Louisville
The Browns WRs outside of Josh Gordon are pretty shitty and if they want Hoyer to succeed they should find him another option. Parker can be the reliable go to option and allow Gordon to be the game breaker that he is.
OLB Shaq Thompson Washington
Lance Briggs is moving on after this season and while the Bears have been collecting LBs none outside of Bostic are really establishing themselves. That is where Shaq comes in, the Bears can move him around wherever they want to attack QBs or drop him in coverage without trouble.
OT Brandon Scherff Iowa
The Vikings OLine is crap, whether it is because of Kalil’s confidence issues or Johnson sucking balls something needs to change. While it is more likely that they would give up on Johnson than Kalil, Scherff could play either position.
WR Kevin White West Virginia
Andre Johnson wants out of Houston and if he departs that leaves only Hopkins as a decent option for whoever the Texans QB is going to be, so that is why they should add the human football magnet Kevin White.
DE Shawn Oakman
Oakman is a monster pass rusher and well the Falcons lack any young pass rushers, so this could be a match made in heaven.
OLB Vic Beasley
The 9ers are supposedly failing apart. This rumor spread even farther when Jim Harbaugh and Ahmad Brooks had a disagreement, so this pick will likely depend on if Harbaugh or Brooks stays. I going with the 9ers stick with the HC and replace Brooks’ pass rushing ability with Beasley.
OT Cedric Ogbuehi Texas A&M
The Panthers OLine is old and becoming unreliable, so it would make sense to add some young blood. Newton will likely love this pick even though he’d prefer a new weapon to pair with Benjamin.
HB Melvin Grodon
Marshawn “Beast Mode” Lynch hasn’t really been himself this season and he is likely moving on this off season anyways, so adding one of the most dominant HB in college could help mitigate his loss and take pressure off Wilson.
CB Trae Waynes Michigan State
The Charger have a fairly good team and could go in many different ways, so as of now they will take the BPA. Thankfully the BPA also will help them deal with Manning and the Broncos growing armada of weaponry.
OT Andrus Peat Stanford
Eli Manning can be a great QB if protected well enough and good weapons. Currently he has some good weapons in Beckham and Cruz (if healthy), so the best option would be finding a prospective LT.
WR Jaelen Strong Arizona State
It was quite evident when AJ Green was injured that the Bengals offense relies way too heavily on him, so adding another WR could help get Dalton back to being better than average.
CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu Oregon
Earlier this season the Chief parted ways with Brandon Flowers and while he no longer fit their defensive scheme he was one of their better CBs, so they likely will target a young replacement for him early in the draft.
LB Benardrick McKinney Mississippi State
After adding Parker the Browns have filled most of their needs, but they could add talent to their LBing core. McKinney could very well be the defensive leader they need to take the next step into becoming the best defense in the league. Another option could be some OLinemen seeing as their Center Mack will be coming off injury.
DT Danny Shelton Washington
The Lions DLine is pretty solid, but with the questions of whether or not they will resign Fairly or trade/release Suh. Depending on what happens they may need to draft a replacement.
DE Dante Flowers Jr. Florida
The Saints change to a 3-4 has been slowly coming along, but they could really use another rush LB.
OT La’el Collins LSU
The Steelers could use some youth along the OLine.
CB P.J. Williams FSU
The Broncos have no real needs, so they will go with BPA and therefore they land the top CB available.
OT T.J. Clemmings Pittsburg
Nick Foles busted his collarbone, which can be blamed on injuries throughout the Eagles OLine. Clemmings likely could shift inside if needed or easily play RT when Lane Johnson moves to LT.
HB Todd Gurley Georgia
The Colts have a very good offense, but lack any semblance of a running game. They seem to be more willing to take a chance on Gurley recovering from his ACL tear than any other team.
DE Shane Ray Missouri
The Cardinals could use another rush LB.
WR Dorial Green-Beckham Oklahoma
DGB is a highly talented WR, but tends to act like a dipshit and the Ravens take pride in selecting derelicts and turning them around, so it could be the perfect landing spot for him.
DT Eddie Goldman FSU
The Dolphins are a pretty solid team, so they could easily go BPA. Goldman would help keep their DLine rotation fresh leading to more QB pressures.
DE Nate Orchard Utah
The Cowboys switched to a 4-3 defense recently and add to the fact they released Demarcus Ware, so finding a replacement should be found.
OT Ty Sambrailo Colorado State
The Packers go BPA in this case adding a potential LT who could play RT if needed. This versatility could come in very handy seeing as Bryan Bulaga is almost always injured.
CB Marcus Peters Washington
Revis likely will not be with the Patriots for very long, so they could target a replacement.