For fun though we dug through the archives. Our very own Big_Jay called Landry Jones getting drafted a year before it happened...at No. 11 overall to the Chiefs. - nc
1. Oakland Raiders - Jadeveon Clowney DE, South Carolina
Notable 2013 draft picks: D.J. Hayden, Menelik Watson, Sio Moore, Tyler Wilson
Team Needs: DE/DT/OG/WR
Unless the team picking first needs a QB, and perhaps even if they do, that team will be picking Jadeveon Clowney. He's an elite pass-rusher on the same level with Julius Peppers and Mario Williams and can simply take over a game and dominate. Upgrading the pass-rush is also Oakland's biggest need so it's a perfect fit.
2. Jacksonville Jaguars - Teddy Bridgewater QB, Louisville
Notable 2013 draft picks: Luke Joeckel, Jonathan Cyprien, Dwayne Gratz, Josh Evans
Team Needs: QB/DE/RT/LB/LG/DT/OC
Team Needs: Jacksonville opted not to draft a QB in 2013 so they'll go into the season with Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne. After the season is over Gus Bradley will want to draft his guy. As of now the consensus top rated QB for 2014 is Teddy Bridgewater with Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel rated number two. They also drafted Luke Joeckel, I'm assuming to replace Eugene Monroe if he leaves as a free agent in 2014, and could conceivably take an OT here.
3. New York Jets: Anthony Barr DE/OLB, UCLA
Notable 2013 draft picks: Dee Milliner, Sheldon Richardson, Geno Smith
Team Needs: WR/OLB/ILB/S/RT/TE
The Jets failed to address LB and WR in the 2013 draft so it'll definitely be a need in 2014. Calvin Pace was resigned to a 1-yr deal and it's likely that Santonio Holmes could be gone in 2014 as well. They're likely targets at this time should be USC WR Marqise Lee and Anthony Barr. The league puts a premium on the pass-rush and Anthony Barr is still just scratching the surface of his talent. He's a converted fullback who recorded 13 sacks in his first year as a starting OLB.
4. Buffalo Bills: Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE, Washington
Notable 2013 draft picks: E.J. Manuel, Robert Woods, Kiko Alonso
Team Needs: OG/TE/WLB/S/RDE
While most people, myself included, think the drafting of E.J. Manuel was a terrible pick it means that the Bills won't take a QB in 2014. Their biggest issues will be at OG and at safety if they fail to resign Jairus Byrd. The only player who would make sense for the Bills at this point would be Austin Seferian-Jenkins. The Bills are looking to upgrade from Scott Chandler who will be coming back from an ACL tear this season. Austin Seferian-Jenkins has Rob Gronkowski-type skill. He's got the size to dominate DB's and the speed to separate from LB's.
5. Arizona Cardinals: Taylor Lewan OT, Michigan
Notable 2013 draft picks: Jonathan Cooper, Kevin Minter, Tyrann Mathieu, Alex Okafor, Stepfan Taylor, Ryan Swope
Team Needs: QB/OT/S
One of these years the Cardinals will finally address their glaring need at OT. If they do the 2014 draft should offer them many different options to choose from. It'll be interesting to see how the top players shake out by the draft. Texas A&M's Jake Matthews, Michigan's Taylor Lewan, Alabama's Cyrus Kouandjio, and Stanford's David Yankey will all be jockeying to be the first OT taken. Arizona could also grab their long-term solution at QB here with Johnny Manziel.
6. San Diego Chargers: Marqise Lee WR, USC
Notable 2013 draft picks: D.J. Fluker, Manti Te'o, Keenan Allen
Team Needs: OT/OG/WR/RB/TE/LOLB/SS
S.D. took an OT in the first round of 2013 and could very easily take another in 2014. Their offensive line is a mess and the need upgrades at OG as well. If he's available Austin Seferian-Jenkins would make a great replacement for Antonio Gates. They also need a LOLB to pair with Melvin Ingram. They drafted Keenan Allen in the third round but he may not have the speed to separate from NFL CB's. Besides that Danario Alexander will be an injury-plagued free agent in 2014. Right now Marqise Lee is the highest rated WR for 2014 but it'll be interesting to see his development without Matt Barkley throwing to him.
7. Tennessee Titans: Jake Matthews OT, Texas A&M
Notable 2013 draft picks: Chance Warmack, Justin Hunter, Blidi Wreh-Wilson, Zaviar Gooden, Brian Schwenke
Team Needs: S/CB/QB/DE/WR
Tennessee will probably give Jake Locker ample time to prove himself but if they are pick in the top ten again it might be time to call him a bust move on. They drafted Justin Hunter who will most likely replace Nate Washington but may need to find a replacement for Kenny Britt if he gets arrested again. The Titans biggest issues on defense are in the secondary. George Wilson and Bernard Pollard were signed as short-term solutions and they will definitely need to draft a safety fairly early in 2014. On top of that CB Alterraun Verner will be a free agent. At offensive tackle RT David Stewart will be a free agent in 2014 while LT Michael Roos will be a free agent in 2015. They came draft former Titans/Oilers great Bruce Matthews son Jake who would be a very popular pick with the fan base.
8. Cleveland Browns: Johnny Manziel QB, Texas A&M
Notable 2013 draft picks: Barkevious Mingo, Leon McFadden
Team Needs: QB/#2WR/CB/ILB/TE
Brandon Weeden will turn 31 years old at the start of the 2014 season. He was a draft pick of the previous regime so Rob Chuzinski may want to find "his guy" which may be "Johnny Football". Unless they resign Sheldon Brown this offseason they'll be starting Buster Skrine opposite of Joe Haden. Either way CB will be a need in 2014. There were rumors that Cleveland was contemplating taking Tyler Eifert number 6 overall so they may take Austin Seferian-Jenkins here.
9: Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Cyrus Kouandjio OT, Alabama
Notable 2013 draft picks: Jonathan Banks, Mike Glennon, Akeem Spence, William Gholston
Team Needs: DE/TE/SLB/DT/OT
T.B. didn't get a chance to replace Michael Bennett in 2013 and may do so here. They also have yet to replace Quincy Black. Josh Freeman's inconsistency sunk Raheem Morris in T.B. and Mike Glennon might do the same for Greg Schiano if he doesn't build up the offense. This will be another possible landing spot for Austin Seferian-Jenkins if Luke Stocker can't finally step up but another issue is at OT. Jeremy Trueblood signed with the Redskins and they could use an upgrade over Donald Penn and Demar Dotson. There was a rumor that had the Bucs not traded their first round pick for Darrelle Revis that they would've used it on D.J. Fluker, here they can get a better version of him, one that can actually pass-block.
10. Kansas City Chiefs: Sammy Watkins WR, Clemson
Notable 2013 draft picks: Eric Fisher, Travis Kelce, Knile Davis, Nico Johnson
Team Needs: QB/RT/OG
K.C. really doesn't have a lot of needs on their roster, having filled them through the draft and free agency. Alex Smith is most likely not the answer a QB but after having traded a 2013 second round pick for him he'll at least be given a couple years to prove himself. They didn't get to trade Brandon Albert, and who knows they may still at some point, but he'll be a free agent again in 2014 and the Chiefs could take his replacement in this deep 2014 OT class. Andy Reid likes using first round picks on WR's and CB's. Well they signed Sean Smith and Dunta Robinson in free agency, had Brandon Brandon Flowers and Javier Arenas on the roster, and drafted Sanders Commings so there simply isn't room for another CB. At WR they did sign Donnie Avery and Mardy Gilyard but Jonathan Baldwin is not a good fit for Reid's offense while Sammy Watkins definitely is a perfect fit.
11. Detroit Lions: David Yankey OT, Stanford
Notable 2013 draft picks: Ezekiel Ansah, Darius Slay, Larry Warford, Devin Taylor
Team Needs: OT/DE/SLB/WR
When will Detroit finally upgrade at OT and protect their investment in Matt Stafford? Jeff Backus retired and Gosder Cherilus signed with the Colts. They could use Riley Reiff at RT but will still need a LT. David Yankey would make the most sense but Detroit may go with a more typical pick like South Florida DE Aaron Lynch.
12. Philadelphia Eagles: Ifo Ekpre-Olomu CB, Oregon
Notable 2013 draft picks: Lane Johnson, Zach Ertz, Matt Barkley, Jordan Poyer
Team Needs: NT/OC/CB/S
Other than OC most of Philly's issues are on defense. Chip Kelly could find a long-term QB that better fits his offensive scheme than Matt Barkley but it's unlikely. They'll go into the season with Bradley Fletcher, Cary Williams, and Brandon Boykin as their starting CB's. Kelly should be very familiar with Ifo Ekpre-Olomu who is in the running with Ohio State's Bradley Roby and Florida's Loucheiz Purifoy to be the top CB for 2014.
13: Carolina Panthers: Bradley Roby CB, Ohio State
Notable 2013 draft picks: Star Lotulelei, Kawann Short, Kenjon Barner
Team Needs: CB/S/RT/WR/RG
Carolina spent the 2013 draft upgrading the defensive line and they should spend 2014 working on the secondary. Offensively they have to do something at RG and RT, and since Steve Smith isn't going to play forever, he'll be 34 next month, they should take Marqise Lee or Sammy Watkins if either are available.
14. Dallas Cowboys: Stephon Tuitt DE/DT, Notre Dame
Notable 2013 draft picks: Travis Fredrick, Terrance Williams, J.J. Wilcox, B.W. Webb, Joseph Randle
Team Needs: RT/OG/S/DT/DE
If one of the top 4 OT's are available Dallas could scoop them up to replace Doug Free, otherwise their focus should be on the defensive line. Jay Ratliff had a down year in 2012 and they may need to replace him come 2014, and at the very least find another DT to pair with him if they don't. Anthony Spencer is currently under the 1-yr franchise tag and if Dallas can't sign him long-term they'll need to replace him as well. Stephon Tuitt will be one of the top rated defensive linemen in 2014. He's a powerful and explosive player with the size, at 6'5", 305lbs., to play DT and the speed to play DE.
15. Miami Dolphins: Timmy Jernigan DT, Florida State
Notable 2013 draft picks: Dion Jordan, Jamar Taylor, Dallas Thomas, Will Davis, Mike Gillislee
Team Needs: DT/RT/TE/DE
It'll be interesting to see how the Dolphins use Dion Jordan because he's currently not a good fit for their 4-3 defense. Maybe they'll adapt a hybrid 4-3/3-4 or simply play Jordan at OLB. Either way he'll need protection upfront. Both Randy Starks and Paul Soliai will be free agents next offseason. It's unlikely the Dolphins resign both, might sign one, or maybe they lose both of them which would put them in a deep hole at the position. Timmy Jernigan is perhaps the best pure pass-rushing DT in the draft class. If the Dolphins would rather have some size at the position they could take Notre Dame's Louis Nix.
16: St. Louis Rams: Anthony Johnson DT, LSU
Notable 2013 draft picks: Tavon Austin, Alec Ogletree, T.J. McDonald, Stedman Bailey, Barrett Jones, Zac Stacy
Team Needs: FS/RG/DT
St. Louis drafted T.J. McDonald, who will presumably play SS, but still have a huge hole at FS. Overall their roster is pretty solid but they could use another OG in addition to Barrett Jones and may cut Kendall Langford if he doesn't play better in his second year with the team.
17. New Orleans Saints: Kyle Van Noy DE/OLB, BYU
Notable 2013 draft picks: Kenny Vaccaro, Terron Armstead, John Jenkins, Kenny Stills
Team Needs: OLB/SS
First round pick Kenny Vaccaro may initially replace Roman Harper at SS but will slide over to his natural spot of FS when Malcolm Jenkins is a free agent in 2014, creating a hole at SS. Their biggest need though may be at OLB. This will be their first year in their new 3-4 defense and they will be counting on Martez Wilson and Junior Galette to apply pressure from the OLB spots, so in addition to needed depth it's possible they may need a starter in 2014.
18. Baltimore Ravens: Loucheiz Purifoy CB, Florida
Notable 2013 draft picks: Matt Elam, Arthur Brown, Brandon Williams
Team Needs: LT/ILB/CB
The reigning Super Bowl champions found a lot of talent in free agency and the draft to replace the starters lost but it's still going to take some time to gel and establish team leadership, as such they will most likely not make the playoffs in 2014. Unless they resign Bryant McKinnie they'll probably end up trying Michael Oher at LT, when that doesn't work again they'll be in the market for a LT. Defensively they drafted Arthur Brown but Rolando McClain keeps getting into trouble and may be cut at some point. This is just the starting point where teams will consider Alabama's C.J. Mosley. At CB they lost Carey Williams in free agency and Lardarius Webb will be coming back from his second ACL tear, plus former first round pick Jimmy Smith hasn't shown much to date. I'm sure that first round pick Matt Elam will be in Ozzie Newsome's ear telling him to draft Purifoy, not that he'll have to because Purifoy is one of the top CB's in the nation.
19. New York Giants: Aaron Colvin CB, Oklahoma
Notable 2013 draft picks: Justin Pugh, Jonathan Hankins, Damontre Moore, Ryan Nassib
Team Needs: CB/LB/LG/S
The Giants will have and issue at either RT or LG depending on where they play Justin Pugh. LG Kevin Boothe was only resigned to a 1-yr deal. The Giants still find themselves needing to upgrade their LB corps but will probably eschew taking one in the first round yet again. If Corey Webster has another down year they may be looking to replace him. At safety Kenny Phillips is very injury-prone.
20. Minnesota Vikings: Jackson Jeffcoat DE, Texas
Notable 2013 draft picks: Sharrif Floyd, Xavier Rhodes, Cordarrelle Patterson, Gerald Hodges, Michael Mauti
Team Needs: OG/SS
Minnesota shouldn't have very many needs in 2014. They have to upgrade at both OG spots and they need to find a SS to pair with Harrison Smith. They have an affinity for Notre Dame players and cold take Louis Nix as an eventual replacement for Kevin Williams and I'm sure they'd LOVE Stephon Tuitt as a successor to Jared Allen but will have to "settle" for Jackson Jeffcoat.
21. Pittsburgh Steelers: C.J. Mosley ILB, Alabama
Notable 2013 draft picks: Jarvis Jones, Le'Veon Bell, Markus Wheaton, Shamarko Thomas
Team Needs: ILB/WR/CB/DE/NT/FS
Ironically even though the Steelers filled a few needs in the 2013 draft those needs should be relatively the same in 2014. It's been reported that Sean Spence may never play football again. They drafted Vince Williams but he's simply a two-down player whose main contributions will come on special teams. At CB Ike Taylor will be 34 years old shortly after the 2014 draft and may end up a cap casualty, while Willie Gay was only resigned as an insurance policy. That really only leaves Cortez Allen and Curtis Brown, the latter of whom has been a disappointment as of yet, and guarantees for 2014. This season should be the last for Emmanuel Sanders as well. They matched his tender offer but he'll be an unrestricted free agent in 2014 and it's unlikely the Steelers would have the cap room to resign him even if they wanted to. Ziggy Hood will be a RFA next season and with the way he's played he may not be offered a tender. At NT Casey Hampton is gone and Steve McLendon will step into the starting role., if he's unable to fill Big Casey's shoes the Steelers will have to look elsewhere. And of course Shamarko Thomas will fill one of the future open safety spots but who will fill the other? Ryan Clark is a 35 year old free agent next offseason and if Thomas steps into the starting role who would that leave for depth?
The most likely choice for the Steelers at this juncture is C.J. Mosley. He's probably one of the best coverage ILB's to come into the draft in a while and his run-stopping prowess isn't too shabby either. Much like Jarvis Jones before him Mosley is likely going to be the popular pick in most mock drafts to the Steelers for the time being. If one of the top CB's happens to drop they would definitely consider them, especially Loucheiz Purifoy who combines a 6'1" frame with 4.3 speed. Louis Nix is a 6'3", 325lbs. monster in the middle should McLendon not hold up. His Notre Dame teammate Stephon Tuitt is a personal favorite of mine to potentially replace Ziggy Hood but would the Steelers spend yet another first round pick on a DE? As of now the only FS scheduled to go in the first round is Stanford's Ed Reynolds. He's a 6'2" ballhawk who has returned 3 of his 6 interceptions for touchdowns.
I'm sure I'll get questions about where I have the Steelers slotted so I'll answer that here. While the Steelers had a nice draft they were definitely drafting for need while the Bengals have a nice enough roster to draft purely for best player available. I still believe the Steelers will be the best overall team in the AFC North in 2014 but as has happened in the last few years the Steelers will be exposed for their lack of depth and youth when the inevitable injuries start happening and they'll start losing games they shouldn't have in the final minutes. Troy will get hurt forcing a rookie to play an important spot on the defense. Shamarko Thomas will show some promise but it will come with a lot of growing pains in the process. I'd love it if the Steelers had the 32nd pick in every draft but that's just not the way it goes.
22. Chicago Bears: Justin Gilbert CB, Oklahoma State
Notable 2013 draft picks: Kyle Long, Jon Bostic, Khaseem Greene, Cornelius Washington
Team Needs: CB/DT/TE?
After having signed Jermon Bushrod, Matt Slauson, Eben Britton, and drafted Kyle Long the Bears offensive line issues should be taken care of for a while. The Bears have a bunch of free agency and age issues at CB. They were rumored to be interested in taking Tyler Eifert even though they signed Martellus Bennett so they would definitely be interested in Austin Seferian-Jenkins should he make it this far.
23: Indianapolis Colts: Adrian Hubbard OLB, Alabama
Notable 2013 draft picks: Bjoern Werner, Hugh Thornton, Montori Hughes
Team Needs: CB/OLB/OG/WR
Offensively the Colts need to draft another OG to pair with Hugh Thornton and they need to find a replacement for Donnie Avery. They signed Darrius Heyward-Bey to a 1-yr deal so they'll be in the same position again next offseason. Most likely this pick will be for the defense. They still need a CB to pair with Vontae Davis and even though they drafted Bjoern Werner they'll need another OLB to replace Erik Walden once they realize they shouldn't have signed him in the first place. Indy could take Adrian Hubbard, Stanford's Trent Murphy, or Oregon State's Scott Crichton.
24. St. Louis Rams (via Washington Redskins): Ed Reynolds FS, Stanford
Notable 2013 draft picks: Tavon Austin, Alec Ogletree, T.J. McDonald, Stedman Bailey, Barrett Jones
Team Needs: FS/RG/DT
As previously stated in their first pick description the Rams don't have many needs but their biggest is at FS. Ed Reynolds is a ballhawk who has returned 3 of his 6 interceptions for touchdowns.
25. Seattle Seahawks: Scott Crichton DE, Oregon State
Notable 2013 draft picks: Christine Michael, Jordan Hill, Chris Harper, Jesse Williams
Team Needs: TE/DE/RG/RT
Seattle took care of their need at DT but will have to address DE in 2014 as Michael Bennett will be a free agent and Cliff Avril will be in the final year of his 2-yr deal. They are rumored to be looking for a younger, cheaper replacement for Zach Miller. Austin Seferian-Jenkins would be a dream pick as he is a local product but it's highly unlikely that he would be available at this point. They've also have issues on the right side of the line and have yet to address them.
26. Cincinnati Bengals: Bryan Stork OC, Florida State
Notable 2013 draft picks: Tyler Eifert, Giovani Bernard, Margus Hunt, Shawn Williams, Sean Porter
Team Needs: OC/CB
Cincinnati would appear to have one of the most loaded rosters from top to bottom. They spent the 2013 drafting taking the best player available because they had so few needs. They could get younger at CB behind Leon Hall and Dre Kirkpatrick and could definitely use an upgrade at OC because Kyle Cook and Jeff Faine are not getting it done. It's too hard at this juncture to mock based solely on best player available but Bryan Stock is the top OC in this draft class right now and should warrant a pick around the end of the first round. The best available CB would be OK State's Deshazor Everett.
27. Houston Texans: Trey DePriest ILB, Alabama
Notable 2013 draft picks: DeAndre Hopkins, D.J. Swearinger, Brennan Williams, Trevardo Williams
Team Needs: ILB/NT/RT
After the 2013 draft Houston's only needs are at ILB and NT. Depending on how Brennan Williams pans out they could be looking for a RT as well. Louis Nix would seem like a perfect choice for Houston but Wade Phillips seems to eschew using massive NT's in his defensive scheme. The top ILB's at this point are Alabama's Trey DePriest and Tennessee's A.J. Johnson.
28. Atlanta Falcons: Jordan Matthews WR, Vanderbilt
Notable 2013 draft picks: Desmond Trufant, Robert Alford, Malliciah Goodman, Stansly Maponga
Team Needs: TE/DT/SLB/ILB/RT/OC
The Falcons double-dipped at their two biggest needs in the 2013 draft. For 2014 they'll still need to replaced retired Todd McClure and Tyson Clabo who they released for some strange reason. Tony Gonzalez may finally retire in 2014 but unfortunately it's a poor crop of TE's in the class. GM Thomas Dimitroff was quoted saying before the 2013 draft that they need to focus on the O-line and at WR. They could take Florida's Chaz Green or UNC's James Hurst but a more likely pick for Atlanta is a WR like Jordan Matthews. Roddy White will be 32 years old when the 2014 draft rolls around.
29. Green Bay Packers: Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix S, Alabama
Notable 2013 draft picks: Datone Jones, Eddie Lacy, David Bakhtiari, Jonathan Franklin, Micah Hyde
Team Needs: OC/WR/TE/S
Easily G.B.'s biggest need left unaddressed is at OC. They picked up a couple of late-round WR's but could take one here in 2014 as a replacement for Greg Jennings. I'm sure they'll finally cut Jermichael Finley in 2014. They did draft Micah Hyde and may convert him to safety otherwise they'll need one to pair with Morgan Burnett.
30. New England Patriots: Deshazor Everett CB, Texas A&M
Notable 2013 draft picks: Jamie Collins, Aaron Dobson, Logan Ryan, Josh Boyce
Team Needs: WR/DE/DT/CB/S
It seems like N.E.'s WR corps is in flux year in and year out. They also have a pretty bad draft record and could be looking for help at the position in 2014. They also need youth on the defensive front and Belichick is also very fond of spending early picks on the secondary.
31. Denver Broncos: Kareem Martin DE, North Carolina
Notable 2013 draft picks: Sylvester Williams, Montee Ball, Quanterus Smith, Tavarres King
Team Needs: CB/DE/ILB/S
If Denver doesn't come to a long-term deal with Ryan Clady finding his replacement will definitely be priority number one of them in 2014. They also needed CB help but didn't do much int he 2013 draft to address it. DRC was only signed to a 1-yr deal and Champ Bailey will be 36 years old before the start of the 2014 season. Denver drafted Quanterus Smith late to possibly replace Elvis Dumervil but he'll spend most of the 2013 season trying to regain his form after coming back from an ACL tear. Kareem Martin is the best available DE at this point so why not take another UNC product in the first round?
32. San Fransisco 49ers: Louis Nix NT, Notre Dame
Notable 2013 draft picks: Eric Reid, Tank Carradine, Corey Lemonier, Quinton Patton, Marcus Lattimore
Team Needs: CB/OC/S/NT
S.F. lost Super Bowl XLVII because of a lack of depth at CB. They signed Nnamdi Asomugha but didn't do anything in the draft to address it. What they did do though, thanks to a ridiculous 12 draft picks at the start of it, was dramatically improve their depth just about everywhere else. With practically no other needs, except a successor to 34 year old Jonathan Goodwin at OC, it's likely that the 49ers will trade up for whichever CB they like. They could also address the NT position. Isaac Sopoaga signed with the Eagles and Louis Nix is the best player available at this point. I'm already seeing 2014 mock drafts that have him going in the middle of the first round but in recent years, in 2013 especially, classic zero-technique NT's are falling back in the draft.
33. Oakland Raiders - Brandon Coleman WR, Rutgers
Matt Flynn needs some receiving targets after they cut DHB and lost Brandon Myers in free agency.
34. Jacksonville Jaguars - Chaz Green OT, Florida
If Jacksonville took Luke Joeckel at #2 overall it's unlikely that they plan on resigning Eugene Monroe when he becomes a free agent in 2014. In that instance Joeckel would become the new LT and open a hole at RT.
35. New York Jets - A.J. Johnson ILB, Tennessee
The Jets will start 2012 3rd round pick DeMario Davis after cutting Bart Scott. If he can't handle it they'll need a new one.
36. Buffalo Bills - Gabe Jackson OG, Mississippi State
Buffalo failed to replace Andre Levitre.
37. Arizona Cardinals - Tajh Boyd QB, Clemson
Carson Palmer will be 34 years old by the 2014 draft and is a shell of his former self.
38. San Diego Chargers - Zach Martin OT, Notre Dame
S.D. got Fluker but will have to rely on King Dunlap at the other OT position.
39. Tennessee Titans - Damian Swann CB, Georgia
Tennessee has no depth at CB and will be in big trouble if they don't resign Alterraun Verner in 2014.
40. Cleveland Browns: Shane Skov ILB, Stanford
Cleveland cut Chis Gocong and didn't replace him in the 2013 draft.
41: Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jonathan Brown OLB, Illinois
T.B. cut Quincy Black and needs a SLB to complete the LB overhaul.
42. Kansas City Chiefs: David Fales QB, San Jose State
Andy Reid has never been shy about using second round picks on QB's.
43. Detroit Lions: Ryan Shazier OLB, Ohio State
Justin Durant sign with the Cowboys and Detroit will go into the 2013 season with Travis Lewis as the starter.
44. Philadelphia Eagles - Trent Murphy OLB, Stanford
If Trent Cole and Brandon Graham can't fit in their 3-4 they have to find someone who does. Chip Kelly should be very familiar with Trent Murphy.
45: Carolina Panthers: Brian Hurst OT, North Carolina
Carolina has had issues at RT since drafting Jeff Otah in the first round in 2009.
46. Dallas Cowboys: Cyril Richardson OG, Baylor
Dallas needs upgrades at both OG spots.
47. Miami Dolphins: Seantrel Henderson OT, Miami
Miami may not trade for Brandon Albert which would leave a hole at RT.
48: St. Louis Rams: Antonio Richardson OT, Tennessee
St. Louis may trade Rodger Saffold.
49. New Orleans Saints - Ty Zimmerman FS, Kansas State
Kenny Vaccaro will most likely take over for Roman Harper in 2013 but Malcolm Jenkins will be a free agent in 2014.
50. Baltimore Ravens: Jeoffrey Pagan DE, Alabama
Baltimore probably won't have the cap room to resign UFA Arthur Jones in 2014.
51. New York Giants: Anthony Steen OG ,Alabama
Assuming they use Justin Pugh at RT, LG Kevin Boothe will be a free agent in 2014.
52. Minnesota Vikings: Brian Blechen SS, Utah
Minnesota needs a SS to pair with Harrison Smith.
53. Pittsburgh Steelers: C.J. Barnett FS, Ohio State
Pittsburgh needs another safety to pair with 2013 4th round pick Shamarko Thomas. 2013 will mostly likely be Ryan Clark's last with the Steelers are he'll be a 35 year old free agent. Once Thomas is bumped up to starter the Steelers will once again be left without any depth at the position.
54. Chicago Bears: Quandre Diggs CB, Texas
Chicago will have so many issues at CB that they should double-dip.
55: Indianapolis Colts: Darqueze Dennard CB, Michigan State
Indy still needs a CB to pair with Vontae Davis.
56. Washington Redskins: Cody Hoffman WR, BYU
Santana Moss will turn 34 shortly after the 2014 draft.
57. Seattle Seahawks: Ja'Wuan James, Tennessee
Seattle needs an upgrade at RT.
58. Cincinnati Bengals: Bennett Jackson CB, Notre Dame
Cincy need youth in their depth at CB.
59. Houston Texans: Will Sutton DT/DE. Arizona State
Sutton is a tweener-type that Wade Phillips will find a way to put on the field.
60. Atlanta Falcons: Eric Kendricks ILB, UCLA
Atlanta needs an upgrade over Akeem Dent and Stephen Nicholas.
61. Green Bay Packers - Morgan Breslin DE/OLB, USC
Needs to replace Erik Walden.
62. New England Patriots: Andrew Jackson ILB, Western Kentucky
N.E. needs depth at LB and Jackson has been compared to Brandon Spikes.
63. Denver Broncos: Jason Verrett CB, TCU
Denver will at least need a replacement for DRC.
64. San Fransisco 49ers: Tyler Larsen OC, Utah State
Jonathan Goodwin will be a 35 year old free agent next offseason.