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2024 NFL Draft Preview

by Michael Fletcher

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AFC East

Buffalo Bills (2023: 11-6, Lost in Divisional Round)

Head Coach: Sean McDermott

OC: Joe Brady          DC: Bobby Babich

Primary Needs: WR, RB, DB

Additional Needs: IOL, LB, OLB

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7

Picks (10 Total)

28

60

128, 133

144 (CHI), 160 (GB), 163

189 (LAR), 200 (HOU)

248

Key Additions and Resignings: WR Mack Hollins, WR Curtis Samuel, OG David Edwards, OT La’el Collins, OT Dion Dawkins, EDGE A.J. Epenesa, DT DaQuan Jones, CB Taron Johnson, S Taylor Rapp, S Mike Edwards, DT DeShawn Williams

Key Departures: WR Gabe Davis, DE Leonard Floyd, S Jordan Poyer, DB Siran Neal, WR Deonte Harty, C Mitch Morse, RB Nyheim Hines, CB Cam Lewis, S Jordan Poyer, WR Stefon Diggs, CB Tre’Davious White, DT Jordan Phillips, LB Tyrel Dodson, CB Dane Jackson  

Our Analysis:

After an offseason featuring an abundance of roster turnover, the Bills are primed to use the depth of defensive backs to reinforce what was once their strongest position group. Looking past the first round, Josh Allen is in desperate need of a supporting cast as he has lost his top two receivers from the past few years. It would not be surprising to see them trade up into the late first round or early second to secure a solid receiver who can provide an immediate impact. 

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Miami Dolphins (2023: 11-6, Lost in Wild Card Round)

Head Coach: Mike McDaniel

OC: Frank Smith          DC: Anthony Weaver

Primary Needs: OT, DT, G, EDGE

Additional Needs: WR, S

RD

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4

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Picks (6 Total)

21

55

158

184 (CHI), 198

241

Key Additions and Resignings: S Jordan Poyer, EDGE Shaq Barrett, TE Jonnu Smith, LB Anthony Walker Jr., C Aaron Brewer, LB Jordyn Brooks, CB Kendall Fuller, CB NIk Needham, OL Robert Jones, DT Jonathan Harris, DT Benito Jones

Key Departures: OL Robert Hunt, DT Christian Wilkins, S Brandon Jones, LB Andrew Van Ginkel, LB Jerome Baker, EDGE Emmanuel Ogbah, WR Cedrick Wilson Jr., OL Robert Hunt, DT Raekwon Davis 

Our Analysis:

The Dolphins have an explosive offensive but have had trouble protecting Tua Tagovailoa. In the mid-to-late first round there will be several tackles available should that be the front office’s focus. The departures of Christian Wilkins and Emmanuel Ogbah on the defensive line has led to a sudden need of depth up front (and possibly day one starters). With just two picks in the top 100 and limited cap space, the Dolphins don’t have much room for adjustment or additions outside the draft. 

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New England Patriots (2023: 4-13)

Head Coach: Jerod Mayo

OC: Alex Van Pelt          DC: DeMarcus Covington

Primary Needs: QB, WR, OT, DB

Additional Needs: DL, S

RD

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4

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Picks (8 Total)

3

34

68

103

137

180, 193 (JAX)

231 (CHI)

Key Additions and Resignings: QB Jacoby Brissett, RB Antonio Gibson, TE Austin Hooper, LB Sione Takitaki, OT Chukwuma Okorafor, S Kyler Dugger, OL Mike Onwenu, WR Kendrick Bourne, TE Hunter Henry, WR Jalen Reagor, LB Anfernee Jennings, LB Josh Uche, OL Tyrone Wheatley Jr., LB Christian Elliss, LB Sione Takitaki, RB Antonio Gibson, WR K.J. Osborn, CB Chukwuma Okorafor

Key Departures: QB Mac Jones, TE Mike Gesicki, LB Mack Wilson, ST Matthew Slater (retired), CB Miles Bryant, CB Jalen Mills, WR DeVante Parker, OT Trent Brown

Our Analysis:

The Patriots are in a situation they haven’t been in since 1993: a new head coach and a new QB. The question of whether the new starter is newly re-acquired Jacoby Brissett or one the #3 overall pick will be answered shortly. Who that quarterback targets is also in question with a major competition set for camp between Kendrick Bourne, Juju Smith-Schuster, and DeMario Douglas. To set up their new signal-caller for success, fortifying the offensive line should be a top priority. The upside is that, going into the draft, the Patriots have the most cap available. I expect the Patriots de facto GM Eliot Wolf to be making a few draft day moves. 

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New York Jets (2023: 7-10)

Head Coach: Robert Saleh

OC: Nathaniel Hackett          DC: Jeff Ulbrich

Primary Needs: S, WR, TE

Additional Needs: LB, CB, OL

RD

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4

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Picks (7 Total)

10

72

111, 134 (BAL)

 

185, 203 (HOU -> CLE -> DEN)

257

Key Additions and Resignings: QB Tyrod Taylor, OL John Simpson, CB Isaiah Oliver, K Greg Zuerlein, P Thomas Morstead, DE Haason Reddick, WR Mike Williams, OT Tyron Smith, DE Solomon Thomas, OT Morgan Moses, DT Leki Fotu, DT Javon Kinlaw

Key Departures: DE Bryce Huff, TE C.J. Uzomah, WR Corey Davis, DT Quinton Jefferson, CB Bryce Hall, S Jordan Whitehead, G Laken Tomlinson

Our Analysis:

The Jets have a small super bowl window open now, facilitated by quarterback Aaron Rodgers returning from injury on the final year of his deal. After strengthening the offensive line and adding several solid pieces on the defensive line, the Jets will be looking to two positions of focus. Wide receiver would be one of the options as they two proven options in Allen Lazard and Garrett Wilson along with the often-injured Mike Williams. A receiving tight end would also be a logical pick to add the weapons that Aaron Rodgers can wield. Beyond the offense, a safety or hybrid defensive back to immediately take over a starting position could fill the most glaring hole in the depth chart. 

AFC North

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Baltimore Ravens (2023: 13-4, Lost in AFC Championship)

Head Coach: John Harbaugh

OC: Todd Monken          DC: Zach Orr

Primary Needs: OL, WR, DB

Additional Needs: EDGE, DT, ILB, RB

RD

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Picks (9 Total)

30

82, 93

113 (NYJ), 130

165

218 (NYJ)

228 (NYJ), 250

Key Additions and Resignings: RB Derrick Henry, DL Justin Madubuike, WR Nelson Agholor, OT Josh Jones, LB Chris Board, EDGE Kyle Van Noy, LB Malik Harrison

Key Departures: RB Gus Edwards, OL John Simpson, S Geno Stone, LB Patrick Queen, LS Tyler Ott, EDGE Jadeveon Clowney, CB Ronald Darby, WR Devin Duvernay, OT Morgan Moses, OL Kevin Zeitler, QB Tyler Huntley, FB Ben Mason, LB Del'Shawn Phillips, WR Odell Beckham Jr., EDGE Tyus Bowser, CB Rock Ya-Sin, RB J.K. Dobbins

Our Analysis:

The Ravens finished just shy of their first Super Bowl appearance since 2013. After relying on a rotation of running backs, Gus Edwards and J.K. Dobbins who were often injured, the Ravens acquired Derrick Henry to upgrade the backfield immediately. With the added focus on the backfield, stopping opposing players from entering the backfield should be a major focus of this draft since three offensive lineman who started over 60% of snaps in 2023 left in free agency. The next two needs are wide receiver and safety (or a hybrid corner) but both positions at least have starters decided for 2024. However, the depth at both positions is non-existent and any wide receiver taken in the draft will automatically be in competition for WR3. With the two starting safeties' currently on the roster under contract until 2027, the Ravens could pick a safety late to develop and add the needed depth at the position. 

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Cincinnati Bengals (2023: 9-8)

Head Coach: Zac Taylor

OC: Dan Pitcher          DC: Lou Anarumo

Primary Needs: LB, DL, WR, RB

Additional Needs: TE, IOL, CB

RD

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Picks (9 Total)

18

49

80, 97

115

149

194, 214

224 (ARI -> HOU), 237

Key Additions and Resignings: S Geno Stone, RB Zack Moss, TE Mike Gesicki, WR Tee Higgins (franchise tag/trade requested), TE Drew Sample, OL Cody Ford, OT Trent Brown, DT Sheldon Rankins, S Vonn Bell

Key Departures: RB Joe Mixon, CB Chidobe Awuzie , TE Irv Smith Jr., S Nick Scott, DT D.J. Reader, OT Jonah Williams, TE Mitchell Wilcox

Our Analysis:

After two straight AFC Championship appearances, the Bengals struggled with Joe Burrow's absence due to injury. If he is unable to regain his pre-injury form or struggles to stay healthy, Cincinnati will once again be vying for a first-round pick in the teens in 2025. Going into the offseason, offensive tackle was a huge need that was immediately addressed with the signing of Trent Brown. A major question for the offense going into the draft is if they trust Chase Brown to take over the starting running back role with Joe Mixon’s departure. On defense, the line is solid but doesn’t have reliable support pieces. Defensive holes appear to be at the strongside and middle linebacker positions, so finding options who can make an instant impact on the front seven should be a priority early. With Tee Higgins' unhappiness with being franchise tagged and Tyler Boyd yet to re-sign, wide receiver has suddenly become another position in demand with only WR1 Jamarr Chase solidified in the depth chart. With 10 picks in the draft (T-4th Most), the Bengals are set up to get back into being in Super Bowl contention as they were in ‘21 and ‘22. 

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Cleveland Browns (2023: 11-6, Lost in Wild Card Round)

Head Coach: Kevin Stefanski

OC: Ken Dorsey          DC: Jim Schwartz

Primary Needs: OL, EDGE, DT

Additional Needs: QB, S

RD

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2

3

4

5

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Picks (5 Total)

54

86

156 (PHI -> ARI)

206 (BAL)

243

Key Additions and Resignings: WR Jerry Jeudy, QB Jameis Winston, EDGE Za'Darius Smith, OL Michael Dunn, LB Jordan Hicks, P Corey Bojorquez, DT Maurice Hurst II, RB D’Onta Foreman, RB Nyheim Hines, DT Quinton Jefferson, S Rodney McLeod, DT Shelby Harris, OL Michael Dunn, LB Devin Bush

Key Departures: LB Sione Takitaki, LB Anthony Walker Jr., CB Mike Ford, RB Kareem Hunt, S Duron Harmon, WR Marquise Goodwin, DT Jordan Elliott, QB Joe Flacco, TE Harrison Bryant, C Nick Harris

Our Analysis:

The quarterback carousel of the Cleveland Browns continues. Joe Flacco wasn't going to be the long-term answer despite some late-season heorics, but it seems like Deshaun Watson may not be the answer either. Post-Lasik Jameis Winston coming into town to throw his hat into the ring has put Deshaun on the hot seat. Protecting the signal caller (whoever it will be) is the first focus of the draft, though the Browns are still hindered by their trade for Watson with their first selection being a late second round pick (54th overall). From there, adding depth to each level of the defense is needed; finding an edge rusher to draw attention across the line from Myles Garrett would be the most effective addition early on. Handcuffed by past draft decisions and low cap space, the Browns aren’t expected to make any moves up in the draft. 

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Pittsburgh Steelers (2023: 10-7, Lost in Wild Card Round)

Head Coach: Mike Tomlin

OC: Arthur Smith          DC: Teryl Austin

Primary Needs: CB, WR

Additional Needs: OT, S, DT, IOL

RD

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3

4

5

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Picks (6 Total)

20

51

84

98 (PHI)

178 (ARI -> CAR), 195

Key Additions and Resignings: QB Russell Wilson, QB Justin Fields, LB Patrick Queen, CB Donte Jackson, WR Van Jefferson, DB Miles Killebrew, P Cameron Johnston, S DeShon Elliott, DT Montravius Adams, RB Cordarrelle Patterson, DT Dean Lowry

Key Departures: QB Mitchell Trubisky, RT Chukwuma Okorafor, WR Diontae Johnson, QB Kenny Pickett, P Presley Harvin III, WR Allen Robinson II, C Mason Cole, CB Patrick Peterson, S Keanu Neal, QB Mason Rudolph

Our Analysis:

Future Hall of Fame head coach Mike Tomlin has tackled challenges throughout his career, especially in recent years, but the front office has set him up for success in 2024. With a top five defense and an offense that was a quarterback away from a playoff run, the front office went out and got Russell Wilson and Justin Fields to compete for the #1 spot. Running back has a nice 1-2 punch in Najee Harris and Jaylen Warren, but at wide receiver George Pickens is the only player whose position is set in the depth chart. With four picks in the top 100, this issue could be addressed very easily. Across the ball, cornerback is another position that needs attention. The depth is there but with many contracts up at the end of the year, a playmaker to reinforce the secondary is a top priority. This draft is deep at the receiver and corner positions and the Steelers are en route to a huge turn around. 

AFC South

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Houston Texans (2023: 10-7, Lost in Divisional Round)

Head Coach: DeMeco Ryans

OC: Bobby Slowik          DC: Matt Burke

Primary Needs: LB, DT

Additional Needs: EDGE, S

RD

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Picks (9 Total)

42 (MIN), 59

86 (PHI)

123 (CLE), 127

188 (MIN), 189 (BUF)

238 (NO), 247

Key Additions and Resignings: RB Joe Mixon, DE Danielle Hunter, DL Denico Autry, LB Azeez Al-Shaair, CB Lonnie Johnson Jr., CB Jeff Okudah, TE Dalton Schultz, K Ka'imi Fairbairn, CB CJ Henderson, DE Derek Barnett, WR Noah Brown, P Tommy Townsend, DT Folorunso Fatukasi, TE Dalton Schultz, K Ka’imi Fairbairn

Key Departures: RB Devin Singletary, DE Jonathan Greenard, LB Blake Cashman, DT Sheldon Rankins, P Cameron Johnston, OT George Fant, OT Josh Jones, DT Maliek Collins, LB Denzel Perryman, OL Michael Deiter, DT Teair Tart

Our Analysis:

The Texans and their strong offense led by rookie C.J. Stroud took the league by storm. Adding Stefon Diggs and the return of Tank Dell will terrorize defenses alongside Nico Collins. Short-term, the running back issues were solved with the addition of Joe Mixon. The focus of the early draft for the Texans should be their front seven, with little depth at linebacker and a huge drop off on the line after the starters. Trading away their first round pick for two second rounders (one in ‘24 and ‘25) and a sixth round shows the front office's belief that they have the pieces they need. 

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Indianapolis Colts (2023: 9-8)

Head Coach: Shane Steichen

OC: Jim Bob Cooter         DC: Gus Bradley

Primary Needs: DT, S

Additional Needs: OL, WR, CB

RD

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2

3

4

5

6

7

Picks (7 Total)

15

46

82

117

151

191

234

Key Additions and Resignings: QB Joe Flacco, WR Michael Pittman Jr., DE Tyquan Lewis, LB Zaire Franklin, DT Grover Stewart, CB Kenny Moore II, P Rigoberto Sanchez

Key Departures: QB Gardner Minshew, RB Zack Moss, WR Isaiah McKenzie, EDGE Jacob Martin

Our Analysis:

The Colts have made the second fewest moves in free agency and most of the moves they did make were in house. After barely missing the playoffs with Gardner Minshew II after Anthony Richardson went down, the Colts are a team with few depth issues and even fewer gaps in the roster. The pass rush was dominant once again, but the interior defensive line could be bolstered to allow the edge rushers to continue to find success. Focusing on the defense, support in the secondary should be another pick made by Day 2. Looking beyond immediate needs, offensive line development is a process the Colts are still working through. Similarly, adding a wide receiver late that can earn compete for the WR4 position would be a useful addition. Indianapolis could be a team willing to trade back from 15th as this draft is expected to be offensively focused early.  

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Jacksonville Jaguars (2023: 9-8)

Head Coach: Doug Pederson

OC: Press Taylor         DC: Ryan Nielsen

Primary Needs: EDGE, OL, IDL

Additional Needs: WR, TE, CB

RD

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3

4

5

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Picks (8 Total)

17

48

96

114, 116 (NO)

153

212

236

Key Additions and Resignings: QB Mac Jones, WR Gabe Davis, C Mitch Morse, S Darnell Savage, DT Arik Armstead, OL Ezra Cleveland, TE Josiah Deguara, CB Ronald Darby, WR Devin Duvernay, EDGE Trevis Gipson, K Joey Slye, RB D’Ernest Johnson, EDGE Josh Allen

Key Departures: K Brandon McManus, CB Darious WIlliams, WR Calvin Ridley, DL Folorunso Fatukasi, S Rayshawn Jenkins, EDGE K’Lavon Chaisson, OL Tyler Shatley

Our Analysis:

The Jaguars are in a similar position as the Cincinnati Bengals: Trevor Lawrence’s injuries dictate the season itself. Though he was able to play through much of the season, the offensive line needs major improvements, especially in a division known for its pass rush. Speaking of pass rush, the Jaguars need to improve upon their own. The interior defensive line has done little to assist with the attack of Josh Allen and Travon Walker. Adding multiple rushers along the line would fortify a defense that has already upgraded their secondary. Jacksonville is a player or two from being top 10 against the pass and they already were 9th against the run. Future needs at wide receiver and tight end are on the back burner after adding a few young role tight ends and obtaining receivers Gabe Davis and Devin Duvernay. 

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Tennessee Titans (2023: 6-11)

Head Coach: Brian Callahan

OC: Nick Holz         DC: Dennard Wilson

Primary Needs: OL, TE, DL, EDGE

Additional Needs: WR, RB

RD

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2

3

4

5

6

7

Picks (7 Total)

7

38

106

146 (MIN -> PHI)

182 (PHI)

242 (PHI), 252 (KC)

Key Additions and Resignings: RB Tony Pollard, C Lloyd Cushenberry, LB Kenneth Murray, CB Chidobe Awuzie, WR Calvin Ridley, QB Mason Rudolph, LS Morgan Cox, CB La’Jarius Sneed, DT Sebastian Joseph-Day, OT Saahdiq Charles

Key Departures: C Aaron Brewer, DL Denico Autry, LB Azeez Al-Shaair, CB Sean Murphy-Bunting, RB Derrick Henry, OL Calvin Throckmorton, WR Chris Moore, CB Kristian Fulton, S K’Von Wallace

Our Analysis:

The Titans have made some major moves by moving on from three major starters with the most impactful loss being Derrick Henry. His replacement, Tony Pollard, hopes to continue his production of consecutive 1,000-yard seasons with an offensive line set for improvement early in the draft. Tight end is a huge question mark for Tennessee with Chigoziem Okonkwo coming off a strong, respectable sophomore season, but with no other proven player in his realm. On the defensive line, nearly every position needs auditing and only a few starters' jobs are safe after a lackluster year. 

AFC West

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Denver Broncos (2023: 8-9)

Head Coach: Sean Payton

OC: Joe Lombardi         DC: Vance Joseph

Primary Needs: QB, OL

Additional Needs: EDGE, RB

RD

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3

4

5

6

7

Picks (8 Total)

12

76

121 (MIA)

136 (CLE), 145 (NYJ), 147

207 (SF)

256 (NYJ)

Key Additions and Resignings: S Brandon Jones, DT Malcolm Roach, S P.J. Locke, K Wil Lutz, FB Michael Burton, LB Cody Barton, WR Josh Reynolds, OL Calvin Throckmorton, CB Levi Wallace, C Sam Mustipher, QB Zach Wilson

Key Departures: S Justin Simmons, QB Russell Wilson, WR Jerry Jeudy, C Lloyd Cushenberry, LB Josey Jewell, DT Jonathan Harris, TE Chris Manhertz 

Our Analysis:

The Broncos are in a transitional season post-Russell Wilson, and the trade they made for him will loom over the front office for years to come. The current roster boasts three quarterbacks who have not proven they can successfully hold a starting job in the league. With the 12th pick, they could draft a quarterback to be their #1, but after trading for Zach Wilson that’s beginning to seem unlikely. In what is beginning to feel like a pattern, several teams adding new quarterbacks are also trying to add multiple linemen and the Broncos are no exception. Denver’s focus past those positions is the least predictable of any team as the youth and depth of nearly every other position is abundant.

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Kansas City Chiefs (2023: 11-6, Won Super Bowl)

Head Coach: Andy Reid

OC: Matt Nagy         DC: Steve Spagnuolo

Primary Needs: IOL, OT

Additional Needs: WR, RB, LB, CB

RD

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3

4

5

6

7

Picks (7 Total)

32

64

95

131

159 (DAL), 173

221 (CAR -> TEN)

Key Additions and Resignings: P Matt Araiza, TE Irv Smith Jr., DT Chris Jones, LB Drue Tranquill, EDGE Mike Danna, RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire, WR Marquise Brown, DT Tershawn Wharton, DT Derrick Nnadi, S Deon Bush

Key Departures: CB L'Jarius Sneed, OL Nick Allegretti, LB Willie Gay Jr., S Mike Edwards, P Tommy Townsend

Our Analysis:

The Back-to-Back Super Bowl Champs have one of the most punishing, opportunistic defenses in the league with two focuses for this draft (you really can’t even call them weaknesses). Cornerback is a deep position for the Chiefs, but the loss of L’Jarius Sneed will have a impact on how Kansas City goes into the draft. Linebacker could become another position of interest even though the second-string backers are effective in their own right. The real weaknesses of this team are on the offensive side. On the offensive line there are no reliable backups. As of right now there are three second-stringers, none of which have any real experience in the past few years. The issue at wide receiver was partially answered by acquiring Marquise Brown. Andy Reid and Brett Veach are aiming to work their magic once more to join the Green Bay Packers (1929-31, 1965-67) in history to win three straight championships. They would be the only team to complete the feat entirely in the Super Bowl era, which began in 1966.

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Las Vegas Raiders (2023: 8-9)

Head Coach: Antonio Pierce

OC: Luke Getsy         DC: Patrick Graham

Primary Needs: WR, OL, RB

Additional Needs: QB, LB, DB

RD

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3

4

5

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Picks (8 Total)

13

44

77

112

148

208 (KC)

223 (NE), 229 (MIN)

Key Additions and Resignings: DT Christian Wilkins, QB Gardner Minshew II, C Andre James, RB Ameer Abdullah, RB Alexander Mattison, OL Cody Whitehair

Key Departures: RB Josh Jacobs, OL Jermaine Eluemunor, CB Amik Roberston, TE Austin Hooper, DT Bilal Nichols, DT Jerry Tillery

Our Analysis:

The Las Vegas Raiders enter the year hiring their interim head coach Antonio Pierce who led his team to an 8-9 record after Las Vegas started 3-5 under Josh McDaniels. Most of the Raider's weaknesses are offensive since most of the defensive positions having proven vets supplemented with young, experienced players, with a majority of contracts longer than the 2025 season. Offensively, Gardiner Minshew II’s arrival to compete for QB1 has changed the direction of the front office away from quarterback. With no depth at offensive line and wide receiver, and both positions being regarded as deep in the draft, the 13th pick will be either of the two, though receiver is a more desperate need. 

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Los Angeles Chargers (2023: 5-12)

Head Coach: Jim Harbaugh

OC: Greg Roman         DC: Jesse Minter

Primary Needs: WR, OT, ILB, CB

Additional Needs: S, DE

RD

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3

4

5

6

7

Picks (9 Total)

5

37

69

105, 110 (CHI)

140

181

225, 253

Key Additions and Resignings: RB Gus Edwards, RB J.K. Dobbins, TE Will Dissly, S Alohi Gilman, C Bradley Bozeman, TE Hayden Hurst, LB Denzel Perryman, CB Kristian Fulton

Key Departures: RB Austin Ekeler, LB Kenneth Murray, TE Gerald Everett, WR Keenan Allen, WR Mike Williams, DT Austin Johnson, C Will Clapp, CB Michael Davis, LB Eric Kendricks

Our Analysis:

The Chargers hired College Football Championship winning coach Jim Harbaugh to take over a team that went 5-12 and was forced to make major cuts due to cap space. After replacing Austin Eckler with a running back committee led by Gus Edwards, J.K. Dobbins, Gerald Everett, Hayden Hurst and Will Dissly, the Chargers are now looking to replace production from pass catchers Keenan Allen and Mike Williams. They have more than enough draft capital to do so and they could even trade up Day 2 in the draft for a guy they like. Defensively, the line has multiple holes on both interior and the edge. 

NFC East

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Dallas Cowboys (2023: 12-5, Lost in Wild Card Round)

Head Coach: Mike McCarthy

OC: Brian Schottenheimer         DC: Mike Zimmer

Primary Needs: IOL, ILB, OT, DT, RB

Additional Needs: OLB

RD

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3

4

5

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7

Picks (7 Total)

24

56

87

174

216

233 (LV), 244

Key Additions and Resignings: LB Eric Kendricks, LS Trent Sieg, RB Royce Freeman

Key Departures: RB Tony Pollard, C Tyler Biadasz, EDGE Dorance Armstrong, OT Tyron Smith, WR Michael Gallup, Leighton Vander Esch (retired), EDGE Dante Fowler, DT Neville Gallimore, DT Johnathan Hankins

Our Analysis:

The Cowboys were one of the best teams throughout the regular season but have lost several key players following another postseason disaster. After losing starters Tyron Smith, Tony Pollard, Tyler Biadasz, and Leighton Vander Esch (retired), Dallas seems to be in the middle of a soft reset. There are currently seven tackles and four running backs on the roster, but there are only four linebackers, although they have a few edge rushers that can play in the outside role. Late in the first round there should be several offensive linemen available who could make an immediate impact. From there, if Dallas sticks to their defensive philosophy, they will be looking for a punishing, cerebral linebacker and a run focused d-lineman. They’ve also cut wide receiver Michael Gallup and will be in the market for a #2 receiver.   

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New York Giants (2023: 6-11)

Head Coach: Brian Daboll

OC: Mike Kafka         DC: Shane Bowen

Primary Needs: S, DE, IOL

Additional Needs: RB, WR

RD

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3

4

5

6

7

Picks (6 Total)

6

47

70

107

166

183

Key Additions and Resignings: DE Brian Burns, RB Devin Singletary, OL Jon Runyan Jr., OL Jermaine Eluemunor, QB Drew Lock, WR Isaiah McKenzie, DB Jalen Mills, DL Jordan Phillips, WR Gunner Olszewski, LB Isaiah Simmons, OL Austin Stinnie, S Jalen Mills

Key Departures: RB Saquon Barkley, S Xavier McKinney, DL A'Shawn Robinson, OL Ben Bredeson, OT Matt Peart, EDGE Jihad Ward

Our Analysis:

Joe Schoen has stacked the offense in free agency, which has probably made the offensive genius Brian Daboll very happy. With Daniel Jones' return, a revamped run game, an almost full wide receiver room, and an offensive line that has added possibly three starters already, the Giants expect to be much improved even with the departure of Saquon Barkley. Across the ball, defensive tackle is stacked with talent but the ends leave much to be desired. An early edge rusher selection would have a chance to be an instant starter. In the second level, the linebacker positions are filled with playmakers several spots deep. The safety position has had some recent turnover and needs depth, unlike the corner position, which is one of the deepest in the league. This team is a sleeper to win the division and keep the streak of no team winning the division in back-to-back years since 2004 alive. 

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Philadelphia Eagles (2023: 11-6, Lost in Wild Card Round)

Head Coach: Nick Sirianni

OC: Kellen Moore         DC: Vic Fangio

Primary Needs: CB, WR, RB, S

Additional Needs: DT, LB

RD

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2

3

4

5

6

7

Picks (8 Total)

22

50 (NO), 53

120 (LAR -> PIT)

161 (TB), 171, 172

210

Key Additions and Resignings: RB Saquon Barkley, EDGE Bryce Huff, S C.J. Gardner-Johnson, LB Devin White, OL Landon Dickerson, P Braden Mann, LS Rick Lovato, K Jake Elliott, WR DeVante Parker, EDGE Brandon Graham, LB Reed Blankenship, OT Jordan Mailata, WR Devonta Smith

Key Departures: RB D'Andre Swift, C Jason Kelce (retired), DT Fletcher Cox (retired), S Kevin Byard, QB Marcus Mariota, LB Nicholas Morrow, OL Sua Opeta, LB Haason Reddick, WR Olamide Zaccheaus

Our Analysis:

The Eagles lost two future hall of fame linemen: C Jason Kelce and DT Fletcher Cox. How exactly they plan to replace them is yet to be seen, but don't be surprised to see the Eagles make a move at that position in the draft. However, outside of a possible replacement at center, there aren’t any major holes on the Eagles' team. The three focuses of the Eagles are: Depth, Depth, and Depth. Their Super Bowl window is still open, if they can stay healthy.

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Washington Commanders (2023: 4-13)

Head Coach: Dan Quinn

OC: Kliff Kingsbury         DC: Joe Whitt Jr.

Primary Needs: CB, WR, RB, S

Additional Needs: DT, LB

RD

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3

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6

7

Picks (9 Total)

2

36, 40 (CHI)

67, 78 (SEA), 100 (SF)

 

139, 152 (SEA)

222

Key Additions and Resignings: RB Austin Ekeler, C Tyler Biadasz, DE Dorance Armstrong, TE Zach Ertz, OL Nick Allegretti, LB Frankie Luvu, K Brandon McManus, QB Marcus Mariota, DE Clelin Ferrell, S Jeremy Chinn, K Brandon McManus, LS Tyler Ott, LB Bobby Wagner, CB Noah Igbinoghene, OT Cornelius Lucas, C Michael Deiter

Key Departures: S Kam Curl, CB Kendall Fuller, WR Curtis Samuel, S Jeremy Reaves, RB Antonio Gibson, QB Jacoby Brissett, C Tyler Larsen, DE Casey Toohill, DE James Smith-Williams, DE Efe Obada, OL Saahdiq Charles, DT Abdullah Anderson, LB Cody Barton, LB Khaleke Hudson, LB David Mayo, WR Byron Pringle, FB Alex Armah, S Terrell Burgess, K Joey Slye, DT David Bada

Our Analysis:

The Commanders have been the most active team in the offseason and have added several former all-pro and pro-bowlers to a team that had struggled to play consistently through four quarters. With the 2nd overall pick, the expectation is for Washington to select a quarterback, though trading back a few spots for a haul would not be surprising (if they stay in the top 10). The defense is in a similar position and is specifically searching for a middle linebacker who can develop into a defensive leader. From there, the Commanders can continue their upgrade with 6 picks in the top 100. 

NFC North

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Chicago Bears (2023: 7-10)

Head Coach: Matt Eberflus

OC: Shane Waldron         DC: Eric Washington

Primary Needs: QB, EDGE, DL

Additional Needs: WR, IOL

RD

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2

3

4

5

6

7

Picks (4 Total)

1 (CAR), 9

75

122

Key Additions and Resignings: RB D'Andre Swift, OL Ryan Bates, S Kevin Byard, S Jonathan Owens, TE Gerald Everett, CB Jaylon Johnson, LS Patrick Scales, WR Keenan Allen, DL Jake Martin, DE Byron Cowart, OT Jake Curhan, LB Amen Ogbongbemiga, WR Dante Pettis, C Coleman Shelton

Key Departures: DL Justin Jones, WR Darnell Mooney, QB Justin Fields, SS Eddie Jackson, C Cody Whitehair, WR Equanimeous St. Brown

Our Analysis:

The Bears have the third-highest draft capital value while having the fewest picks in the draft. After trading away Justin Fields for a late round pick next year, the front office is betting on a rookie (Caleb Williams) to come in and produce with the offense they’ve built. With limited cap and only four picks, the next couple picks following the #1 overall selection will likely be defensive line or edge. The Bears defense struggled to create pressures all season even with a trade for Montez Sweat. A lesser, but still notable focus for Chicago should be wide receiver. Keenan Allen and DJ Moore are a great duo but there are question marks about the injury history of Allen and how long he will continue to play (or stay). 

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Detroit Lions (2023: 12-5, Lost in NFC Championship)

Head Coach: Dan Campbell

OC: Ben Johnson         DC: Aaron Glenn

Primary Needs: ILB, S, DT

Additional Needs: OLB, OL

RD

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2

3

4

5

6

7

Picks (7 Total)

29

61

73 (MIN)

164

201 (TB), 205

249

Key Additions and Resignings: CB Carlton Davis, DE Marcus Davenport, DT D.J. Reader, OL Graham Glasgow, LB Jalen Reeves-Maybin, CB Emmanuel Moseley, K Michael Badgley, OL Kevin Zeitler, WR Donovan Peoples-Jones, CB Amik Robertson, OT Dan Skipper, TE Brock Wright, CB Kindle Vildor, LB James Houston IV

Key Departures: G Jonah Jackson, QB Teddy Bridgewater (retired), C.J. Gardner-Johnson, S Tracy Walker, CB Cam Sutton, WR Josh Reynolds

Our Analysis:

The Detroit Lions have one of the few, complete offenses in the league. On offense, every skill position is in a solid place. The main question that needs to be answered: is Jameson Williams a true #2 wide receiver? He has struggled to stay on the field due to injuries and a suspension, but he showed flashes of stardom at times, too. Odds are the 29th pick of the draft will be a defensive back to reinforce a bottom five pass defense in 2023. The D-line was in the top tier of run defense, but the pass rush left much to be desired. Finding a guy who can take the attention off Aidan Hutchinson on the line would be a logical next choice. The Lions should be looking for a coverage linebacker for the previously mentioned pass defense issues.   

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Green Bay Packers (2023: 9-8, Lost in Divisional Round)

Head Coach: Matt LaFleur

OC: Adam Stenavich         DC: Jeff Hafley

Primary Needs: CB, LB, S, IOL

Additional Needs: OT, DT

RD

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Picks (11 Total)

25

41 (NYJ), 58

88, 91 (BUF)

126

169

202, 219

245, 255

Key Additions and Resignings: RB Josh Jacobs, S Xavier McKinney, CB Keisean Nixon, CB Corey Ballentine, TE Tyler Davis, P Daniel Whelan, RB Emanuel Wilson, LB Eric Wilson, RB AJ Dillon, K Greg Joseph

Key Departures: RB Aaron Jones, LT David Bakhtiari, G Jon Runyan Jr., S Darnell Savage, S Jonathan Owens, LB De’Vondre Campbell, OT Yosh Nijman, TE Josh Deguara

Our Analysis:

The long, dreaded rebuild for Green Bay lasted all of 4 months. After a 2-5 start, they finished 9-8 with a wild card berth. The Packers often focused on the run to give Jordan Love a chance to become comfortable with the offense and they have already attempted to upgrade at running back in Josh Jacobs who has taken over for Aaron Jones (who was signed by the Vikings). With six receivers entering their third year or fewer alongside three second-year tight ends, there's still time to acclimate to Love and his play. The offensive line needs someone to compete to be the starting right guard. The defense was a constant liability until late in the season when the scheme changed, and the outcomes did as well. Going into the offseason, the Packers signed Jeff Hafley to be their DC and moved on from the top three safeties on the roster. Even with the signing of Xavier McKinney, they’ll need to add at least two more to create depth as the other three safeties on the current roster have a combined 29 tackles in their careers. In the past two drafts they’ve doubled up on one position, and SS and possibly even CB seem like the most likely options in 2024.   

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Minnesota Vikings (2023: 7-10)

Head Coach: Kevin O'Connell

OC: Wes Phillips         DC: Brian Flores

Primary Needs: QB, DL, OT, IOL

Additional Needs: EDGE, DB

RD

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2

3

4

5

6

7

Picks (9 Total)

11, 23 (CLE -> HOU)

108, 129 (DET)

157 (CLE), 167 (KC)

177 (CAR -> JAX)

230 (ARI), 232 (HOU)

Key Additions and Resignings: RB Aaron Jones, QB Sam Darnold, DE Jonathan Greenard, LB Blake Cashman, EDGE Andrew Van Ginkel, K John Parker Romo, TE Johnny Mundt, OT David Quessenberry, WR Brandon Powell, DL Jonathan Bullard, DL Jerry Tillery, OL Dan Feeney, CB Shaq Griffin, LB Kamu Grugier-Hill, DL Jonah Williams, EDGE Jihad Ward

Key Departures: QB Kirk Cousins, DE Marcus Davenport, DE Danielle Hunter, LB Jordan Hicks, LB D.J. Wonnum, LB Troy Dye, WR K.J. Osborn, K Greg Joseph, RB Alexander Mattison, DT Dean Lowry

Our Analysis:

The Vikings are going into the 2024 season with a new quarterback, new running back, a revamped defense, and two first round picks, one of which will presumably be a quarterback. However, GM Kwesi Adofo-Mensah has been keeping his cards very close to his chest and has made comments that the front office likes Sam Darnold and the Vikings don’t need to draft a quarterback. For whoever ends up leading this offense, a right tackle, and possibly a guard, are needed to attempt to keep the quarterback's jersey clean. On the defensive front, specifically the front seven, there are several spots available for young rotational pieces to develop into future starters. 

NFC South

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Atlanta Falcons (2023: 7-10)

Head Coach: Raheem Morris

OC: Zac Robinson         DC: Nick Rallis

Primary Needs: CB, DL, EDGE

Additional Needs: LB, QB, OL

RD

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Picks (8 Total)

8

43

74, 79 (JAX)

109

143

187, 197 (CLE)

Key Additions and Resignings: QB Kirk Cousins, WR Darnell Mooney, WR Rondale Moore, LS Liam McCullough, CB Kevin King, CB Antonio Hamilton, WR Ray-Ray McCloud, TE Charlie Woerner, LB Nate Landman, C Ryan Neuzil, OT Storm Norton

Key Departures: TE Jonnu Smith, CB Jeff Okudah, QB Desmond Ridder, OL Justin Shaffer, WR Cordarrelle Patterson, C Matt Hennessy, WR Van Jefferson, WR Mack Hollins, TE Mycole Pruitt

Our Analysis:

Kirk Cousins looks to lead a revamped offense that added wide receivers Darnell Mooney and Rondale Moore to join the young talented stars Bijan Robinson, Drake London, and Kyle Pitts. With the investments they’ve made, the front office sees these next couple years as their Super Bowl window. Their focus will be on edge rushers and interior linebackers to help improve their pass rush and stop the run. They also have several players in their secondary whose contracts are up at the end of the year so the Falcons taking a DB early shouldn’t be ruled out.

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Carolina Panthers (2023: 2-15)

Head Coach: Dan Canales

OC: Brad Idzik         DC: Ejiro Evero

Primary Needs: WR, TE, DT

Additional Needs: EDGE, IOL, DB

RD

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Picks (8 Total)

33, 39 (NYG)

65

101

141 (NYG), 142 (TEN)

240 (PIT)

Key Additions and Resignings: CB Troy Hill, LS J.J. Jansen, EDGE Jadeveon Clowney, WR Diontae Johnson, OL Robert Hunt, OL Damien Lewis, OT Yosh Nijman, DT A’Shawn Robinson, LB Josey Jewell, CB Dane Jackson, EDGE D.J. Wonnum, LB K’lavon Chaisson, CB Troy Hill, S Jordan Fuller, WR David Moore, S Nick Scott

Key Departures: DE Brian Burns, LB Frankie Luvu, CB Donte Jackson, C Bradley Bozeman, S Vonn Bell, TE Hayden Hurst, CB Shaq Griffin, LB Kamu Grugier-Hill, CB C.J. Henderson, S Jeremy Chinn, DT DeShawn Williams, EDGE Yetur Gross-Matos

Our Analysis:

The young Panthers team had a tough year and traded away their first round pick that ended up being #1 overall following the Bryce Young deal. Currently, the Panthers don’t have a true number one receiver and should be picking one up early, even if they add another in free agency. Adding a flex tight end to give Bryce Young another weapon downfield would fill another large gap in their offense. The defensive line and edge rushers are an interesting section of their defense with depth available this season, but many of their starters and backups have expiring contracts. As a team that isn’t in a "win now" mentality, future interior offensive line and defensive backs, especially safety, will be drafted and developed.   

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New Orleans Saints (2023: 9-8)

Head Coach: Dennis Allen

OC: Klint Kubiak         DC: Joe Woods

Primary Needs: OT, DT, WR

Additional Needs: IOL, DB, EDGE

RD

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2

3

4

5

6

7

Picks (9 Total)

14

45 (DEN)

150, 168, 170, 175

190, 199 (PHI)

239 (LAR -> DEN)

Key Additions and Resignings: LB Willie Gay Jr., LB Demario Davis, S Tyrann Mathieu, WR Cedrick Wilson Jr., FB Zander Horvath, LB Khaleke Hudson, EDGE Chase Young, WR Equanimeous St. Brown

Key Departures: CB Lonnie Johnson Jr., QB Jameis Winston, DT Malcolm Roach, CB Isaac Yiadom, LB Zack Baun, WR Michael Thomas, S Marcus Maye, OL Andrus Peat, OL Trai Turner

Our Analysis:

After an active offseason, the only primary need the Saints have left to address in the draft is offensive line. Center and guard have little competition and at the tackle position three players have contracts ending in 2025. Wide receiver could use depth but WR1 through W3 are set. Linebacker and defensive tackle positions boast depth as well. Their selections post-second round will be a huge wildcard for the teams drafting immediately after them. 

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2023: 9-8, Lost in Divisional)

Head Coach: Todd Bowles

OC: Liam Coen  

Primary Needs: IOL, OLB, S

Additional Needs: EDGE, CB

RD

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2

3

4

5

6

7

Picks (7 Total)

26

57

89, 92 (DET)

125

220

246

Key Additions and Resignings: QB Baker Mayfield, WR Mike Evans, S Antoine Winfield Jr., K Chase McLaughlin, LB Lavonte David, DL Greg Gaines, EDGE Randy Gregory, OL Sua Opeta, S Jordan Whitehead, OL Ben Bredeson, RB Chase Edmonds, CB Tavierre Thomas, CB Bryce Hall 

Key Departures: C Ryan Jensen (retired), CB Carlton Davis, LB Shaq Barrett, LB Devin White, OL Aaron Stinnie, WR David Moore, WR Russell Gage, S Ryan Neal

Our Analysis:

Todd Bowles has taken this team from occasional NFC South contender to perennial playoff contender. Re-signing Baker Mayfield, Antoine Winfield Jr., Lavonte David, and Mike Evans has kept core players to build around to make another playoff push possible. The Bucs have solid starters in nearly every position, with nearly every 2024 pick focused on development to take over when contracts end in 2025. Safety is one of the best positions on the team, led by the aforementioned Winfield Jr. and Jordan Whitehead, but the backups have yet to show they could fill that role as a starter.

NFC West

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Arizona Cardinals (2023: 4-13)

Head Coach: Jonathan Gannon

OC: Drew Petzing         DC: Nick Rallis

Primary Needs: WR, DB, EDGE

Additional Needs: DT, K, RB

RD

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Picks (11 Total)

4, 27 (HOU)

35

66, 71 (TEN), 90 (HOU)

104

138, 162 (HOU)

186 (MIN)

226 (NYG)

Key Additions and Resignings:DL Justin Jones, LB Mack Wilson, CB Sean Murphy-Bunting, OT Jonah Williams, QB Desmond Ridder, OL Trystan Colon, OL Keith Ishmael, DL Bilal Nichols, RB DeeJay Dallas, DL Khyiris Tonga, WR Chris Moore, C Evan Brown 

Key Departures: LT DJ Humphries, WR Rondale Moore, CB Kyler McMichael, DL Leki Fotu, WR Marquise Brown, LB Zeke Turner, CB Antonio Hamilton

Our Analysis:

The leading receiver for the Cardinals last year was Trey Mcbride and the second-leading receiver Marquise Brown was traded to KC. Even though 2023 third-rounder Michael Wilson will join Trey as main target for Kyler Murray, wide receiver is still the most significant need. Across the ball, the depth at safety and cornerback is also suspect and this draft has been regarded as a deep draft for defensive backs, so it would be surprising if they didn’t pick a guy to assist Sean Bunting-Murphy and Budda Baker in the secondary. The next focus will assist the secondary as well: edge rushers. The Cardinals had 33 sacks (30th) in 2023, led by linebacker Dennis Gardeck with 6, so look for the Cardinals to pick up a few pieces to help bring their defense out of the bottom third of the league.

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Los Angeles Rams (2023: 10-7, Lost in Wild Card Round)

Head Coach: Sean McVay

OC: Mike LaFleur         DC: Chris Shula

Primary Needs: OL, DL, S

Additional Needs: WR, DE, RB

RD

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Picks (10 Total)

19

52

83, 99

154, 155 (PIT)

196, 209, 213, 217

Key Additions and Resignings: TE Colby Parkinson, G Jonah Jackson, WR Demarcus Robinson, G Kevin Dotson, CB Tre’Davious White, QB Jimmy Garoppolo, CB Darious Williams, S Kamren Curl

Key Departures: QB Carson Wentz, DE Jonah Williams, G Tremayne Anchrum Jr., S Jordan Fuller

Our Analysis:

Let’s take a moment and revel in the rarity about to (possibly) happen. The Rams have their first-round pick going into draft night for the first time since 2016. With that being said, the Rams have huge holes to fill on their offensive and defensive lines. With four picks in the top 99, they can solve that problem quickly. While paying those line positions their due attention, safety shouldn’t be ignored. The starters are stars but there is little to no support if someone goes down. Los Angeles’ wild card going into the draft is the four picks in the sixth round. 

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San Francisco 49ers (2023: 12-5, Lost in Super Bowl)

Head Coach: Kyle Shanahan

OC: Chris Foerster         DC: Nick Sorensen

Primary Needs: IOL, CB, WR

Additional Needs: EDGE, DT

RD

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Picks (10 Total)

31

63

94

124 (DAL), 132, 135

176

211, 215

251

Key Additions and Resignings: EDGE Leonard Floyd, DE Yetur Gross-Matos, DT Jordan Elliott, DT Maliek Collins, OT Colton McKivitz, S George Odum, LB De’Vondre Campbell, OL Jon Feliciano, CB Rock Ya-Sin, CB Isaac Yiadom, EDGE Yetur Gross-Matos

Key Departures: QB Sam Darnold, CB Isaiah Oliver, DT Arik Armstead, LB Oren Burks, EDGE Randy Gregory, DT Sebastian Joseph-Day, WR Ray-Ray McCloud, S Logan Ryan (retired), TE Charlie Woerner, EDGE Chase Young, OL Javon Kinlaw, EDGE Clelin Ferrell

Our Analysis:

The 49ers once again lost on the biggest stage despite being the most consistent NFC squad over the past 15 years. Turnover was expected after failing to secure the Lombardi Trophy, and it did not disappoint. For the draft, there’s no desperate need, but improvement could be made to the interior offensive line. Similarly, both safety positions have dealt with serious injuries that would require consistent, skilled backups to fill in or compete for those positions. 

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Seattle Seahawks (2023: 9-8)

Head Coach: Mike Macdonald

OC: Ryan Grubb         DC: Aden Durde

Primary Needs: OL, LB, EDGE

Additional Needs: S, CB

RD

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Picks (7 Total)

16

81 (NO -> DEN)

102 (WSH), 118

179 (WSH), 192

235

Key Additions and Resignings: DB Rayshawn Jenkins, QB Sam Howell, LB Jerome Baker, TE Noah Fant, DE Leonard Williams, LB Darrell Taylor, CB Michael Jackson, CB Artie Burns, C Nick Harris, TE Pharaoh Brown, T George Fant, LB Tyrel Dodson, DL Johnathan Hankins, S K’Von Wallace, WR Laviska Shenault Jr., OL Laken Tomlinson

Key Departures: TE Will Dissly, TE Colby Parkinson, OL Damien Lewis, LB Jordyn Brooks, QB Drew Lock, RB DeeJay Dallas, LB Bobby Wagner, C Evan Brown, OL Jake Curhan, LB Devin Bush, DL Mario Edwards

Our Analysis:

New head coach Mike MacDonald is taking over a team that has a defensive culture that has failed to deliver the past few seasons. Behind a surging Geno Smith with a solid running game and a receiver core nearly set in stone, the Seahawks plan on doling the ball out through play-action often. The struggle recently is that the offensive line has been unable to consistently give Geno and the running backs time in the pocket. Don't be surprised if Seattle drafts multiple linemen. With the defensive line gaining several vets in free agency, the needs have transitioned to interior linebacker and edge rushers who can compete for  backup roles and cause disruptions against the pass. 

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