Indianapolis (2-14) - Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford No brainer. Washington - from St. Louis (2-14) - Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor Ditto. Minnesota (3-13) - Matt Kalil, OT, Southern California Gotta protect Ponder after investing so much in him last year. Cleveland (4-12) - Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU Tough call between Richardson and Claiborne here, but the CB position trumps RB. Tampa Bay (4-12) - Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama After signing Vincent Jackson, Blackmon is effectively out of play here. St. Louis - from Washington (5-11) - Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State They finally get to pair a top tier receiver with Bradford. Jacksonville (5-11) - Quinton Coples, DE, North Carolina They got Mincey back, but Jacksonville loves defensive linemen and won't complain if they have to pair Coples with Mincey. Miami (6-10) - Ryan Tannehill, QB, Texas A&M Has there been a bigger loser this off season in terms of QB options? They signed Garrard, so at least they won't have to rush Tannehill. Carolina (6-10) - Michael Brockers, DT, LSU I'm still unsure on Brockers, I don't see it, but a lot of people seem to think he'll be a great pro. His production is as questionable as Poe's in my mind but at least he faced better competition. Buffalo (6-10) - Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford They just threw a boat load of money at Williams, so pass rusher moves down the list. Demetrius Bell is still floating in the wind, so if he isn't brought back, they will have to get an LT. Kansas City (7-9) - Dontari Poe, NT, Memphis Poe isn't a traditional NT, but perhaps they see him that way and can make it work. Seattle (7-9) - Melvin Ingram, DE, South Carolina Seattle signed Jason Jones at DT and brought back Red Bryant at LDE, now they just need that pass rusher. Ingram fits the bill. Arizona (8-8) - Luke Kuechly, ILB, Boston College They brought back Levi Brown at LT and signed Adam Snyder to a 5 year deal as a G/T so they have a chance to bring in one of the best ILB's in recent memory after Steward Bradley bombed as a big name FA signing last year. Dallas (8-8) - David DeCastro, G, Stanford Honestly, at this point, if Dallas sticks to the BPA speaking point, I don't see a better player available. DeCastro can start from Day 1, and has far fewer question marks than most of the guys left. Philadelphia (8-8) - Fletcher Cox, DT, Mississippi State Do they need a DT? Not really, but that won't stop them. RDT is the weakest link on their suddenly elite defensive front, and they'll replace him with Cox. Mark Barron is also an option here. New York Jets (8-8) - Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame If the Jets are smart, they'll cut ties with Holmes but even if they don't, WR is still a need. Cincinnati - from Oakland (8-8) - Dre Kirkpatrick, CB/FS, Alabama They need both safety and CB help, Kirkpatrick gives them an option at both. San Diego (8-8) - Cordy Glenn, OG/RT, Georgia He'd probably play OG now that Gaither is resigned, but Glenn can give them an option at multiple positions. Chicago (8-8) - Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa With Brandon Marshall brought in, they can take a chance on Reiff, who has been slipping a bit. Tennessee (9-7) - Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor They brought in Wimbley and Steve hutchingson while retaining their safeties, so they can give Jake Locker another receiving option. Cincinnati* (9-7) - Nick Perry, DE, Southern California They've got a few decent pass rushers, but none that are dominant. Perry had a great combine and may have a lot of upside. Cleveland - from Atlanta* (10-6) - Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech If they are going to be stuck with Colt, they are going to have to surround him with great players. Hill has a ton of upside. Detroit* (10-6) - Janoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama I've read that Detroit has been doing a lot of research on Jenkins. As long as they don't turn up any dead bodies, they might add another piece to their feisty defense. Pittsburgh* (12-4) - Dont'a Hightower, ILB, Alabama They need to get younger at LB. Denver* (8-8) - Peter Konz, C, Wisconsin All the 1st round guards and tackles are out of play, so they take the next best lineman available. Houston* (10-6) - Mark Barron, SS, Alabama Barron is better than his reputation around these parts, but he hasn't worked out at all yet. New England - from New Orleans* (13-3) - Whitney Mercilus, OLB, Illinois They are moving towards a 4-3 but still run some 3-4, Mercilus fits both schemes. Green Bay* (15-1) - Devon Still, DE, Penn State They need to improve their defensive front to free up Matthews again. Looks like losing Cullen Jenkins was a bigger deal than they thought it would be. Baltimore* (12-4) - Courtney Upshaw, OLB, Alabama They lost Jarrett Johnson in FA, and I actually think Upshaw is a great fit here. Suggs and Ray Ray will gladly take him under their wing an indoctrinate him in the teachings of Ball So Hard University. San Francisco* (13-3) - Stephon Gilmore, CB, South Carolina They brought back Carlos Rodgers, but I don't think will stop them from improving their defense, especially with a lot of the offensive guys out of play. New England* (13-3) - Zach Brown, OLB, North Carolina If NE wants to transition to the 4-3 full time, they will need a true 4-3 OLB. New York Giants* (9-7) - Lavonte David, ILB, Nebraska David is a sneaky pick here, but I think he's actually a better player than Brown and the Giants would be more than happy to have him. ----- Thoughts and criticism are always welcome.