The Cards take their guy and worry about what to do with Josh Rosen later.
The easiest selection any team will make this year.
The Jets come away with a player some believe is the draft's best prospect.
The Raiders select a player who can be DC Paul Guenther's new Geno Atkins.
The Buccaneers have little choice but to draft for their biggest need on defense.
Dave Gettleman swallows hard and bets that he can address pass-rush now and get his QB later in the round.
The Jags must protect their investment in Nick Foles.
The Bill Belichick disciples in Detroit nab a player some believe has some Gronk to him.
This pick is all about protecting last year's first-round selection, Josh Allen.
Vic Fangio's defense needs an upgrade at LB to function as intended.
The franchise goes all-in on a fresh start and finds Andy Dalton's successor.
Far from a sexy selection.
The Dolphins will probably try to trade out, but if they can't then it makes sense to reinvest in the D-line.
The best name in this draft class.
Washington can't move into the future with just Case Keenum and Alex Smith.
The Panthers have essentially no talent at pass-rusher. They have plenty of other needs, but those will have to wait.
For better or worse, Gettleman gets his guy.
Improvement in Minnesota starts with the big boys up front.
Cameron Wake is 37. He can't be part of the long-term pass-rushing plan in Tennessee.
The Steelers could go a number of directions here, but WR is an obvious need presents the most value.
A replacement for Frank Clark.
The Ravens have to add a vertical element to their offense to take pressure off the rushing attack.
The Texans have little choice but to take the best pass-protector available.
Oakland's love of Jacobs is a very poorly kept secret.
The Eagles add another potential impact player to their D-line.
Colts GM Chris Ballard has shown the patience that will be required to redshirt Simmons.
At some point, the Raiders need to add an edge player.
One of the NFL's best defenses fills one of its few holes.
Murphy stays home in Washington.
The Packers get more multidimensional on offense.
The Rams need to get younger on their line.
Feels like a Patriots pick.