Jacksonville takes the tackle left behind by the Chiefs. Joeckel will help solidify an offensive line for the QB...whomever that may be.
The Raiders take the player most have mocked in Floyd. His penetration skills will help their defense immediately.
Chip Kelly and the Eagles could go multiple directions here. They choose to add some athletism to the offensive line.
The Lions are told to be in love with Ansah. He would be a raw but great weapon for the defensive line in Detroit.
The Browns decide to stay put and take the pass rusher they need across from FA Paul Kruger.
Lotulelei's health has checked out and the top defensive tackle in the draft is off the board.
The Bills need help all over their offense. They will pass on a QB and fill the void at Guard.
The draft's most dynamic player goes to The Big Apple and should make an immediate impact for the Jets.
The Titan's bolster the interior of their offensive line. Jake Locker and Chris Johnson are the happiest people in Tennessee.
The Chargers need an offensive line or the statue QB Philip Rivers may not make it through the season.
With all of the tackles off the board and the impending trade for Branden Albert, the Dolphins pickup the draft's first free faller in cornerback Dee Milliner.
The Jets continue to upgrade their offense by taking another player ranked at the top of their position. Eifert should partner with previous pick, Tavon Austin, to provide some nice options for QB Mark Sanchez.
The Panthers take the impressive defensive tackle and could not be happier.
The Saints get the pass rusher for their transition to the 3-4 defense. Mingo could also end up in New York and the Saints could be interested in Georgia OLB Jarvis Jones.
The Rams are looking for many positions, safety being one of them. Vaccaro may not be around at 22.
Jarvis Jones has fallen because of health reasons and a poor workout during the offseason and Pittsburgh benefits. Jones will replace former OLB James Harrison who signed with rival Cincinnati.
With both guards and the top safety off the board the Cowboys take Williams to plug the interior of the defensive front.
Carradine has shown remarkable improvement in recovering from an ACL injury. The Giants never shy away from taking defensive ends.
Manti Te'o replaces Hall of Famer Brian Urlacher. Good Luck.
The Bengals like big-school players so I feel like Reid gets the nod over Jonathan Cyprien. Either could be a Bengal Thursday night.
The Rams get their speedster at receiver with Clemson 3 year starter, DeAndre Hopkins.
With the top receivers gone, the Vikings take LB Alec Ogletree here at #23.
I wouldn't rule out the possibility that the Colts take a receiver or cornerback here. Jones wil provide some depth and pass rushing help along the defensive line.
The raw Patterson will step in for the departed/traded WR Percy Harvin. While Patterson only has one year of experience at Tennessee, he could develop into one of the top receivers after a few years.
The Packers need help along the offensive line and at running back. The Packers can get a running back later but not a top notch tackle like Pugh.
The other Tennessee WR is off the board and heading to one of the top teams in the AFC. Houston sorely needs a partner for All-Pro WR Andre Johnson.
Denver gets a fierce and relentless player to add to their defense.
*TRADE* with New England Patriots
Jacksonville moves up into the first round to take the draft's top signal caller in Geno Smith. New England is always looking to move back and this year is no exception.
The Falcons could potentially move up for a player they covet. With the plethora of corners available, they stay here and take Trufant.
HC Jim Harbaugh dips into his former Stanford bucket and pulls out a play making tight end to pair with TE Vernon Davis and WR Michael Crabtree.
Ozzie Newsome stays at 32 and takes Ed Reed's replacement in the compact and powerful safety from Florida, Matt Elam.