NFL.com Mock Draft 1.0
Uncertainty at the quarterback position will force the Rams to consider Sam Bradford, but Suh is too talented to pass up.
The Lions desperately need a franchise-caliber offensive tackle to protect Matthew Stafford's blindside.
The Bucs haven't had a dominating interior player since Warren Sapp manned the middle.
Chris Samuels' injury makes acquiring a top tackle a priority, and Williams' ability to play on either side makes him an intriguing prospect.
A legitimate pass rusher on the edge would greatly improve a pass rush that ranked 31st in the league with just 22 sacks.
Pete Carroll's defensive background will compel him to grab an explosive edge rusher to lead the Seahawks' resurgence.
Mike Holmgren immediately looks to upgrade the team's offense by nabbing an athletic tackle to pair with Pro Bowler Joe Thomas.
Al Davis' infatuation with speed and athleticism makes Pierre-Paul the ideal choice for the Silver and Black.
The Bills are in desperate need of a franchise QB, but their offensive line woes would make it tough for any signal-caller to survive or thrive in the pocket.
Jack Del Rio needs a bed rock in the middle to help his defense return to the ranks of the elite.
A rugged interior defender in the center of the Broncos' 3-4 would allow D.J. Williams to act as a playmaker.
Joey Porter and Jason Taylor are at the end of their careers, so finding an athletic edge rusher is paramount.
The 49ers' emerging defense needs a ball hawk like Berry in the middle of the field to ascend to the next level.
A QB like Jimmy Clausen or Sam Bradford would be intriguing choices here, but Seattle's injuries along the O-line will makes Pete Carroll's former player a safe pick.
The loss of Antonio Pierce robbed the Giants of a leader in the middle, and contributed to the defense's woeful finish.
Mike Singletary fortifies the defense by adding another playmaker to the secondary.
The Titans must replace aging pieces on the edge (Javon Kearse and Kyle Vanden Bosch), and Griffen flashes the potential to be a double-digit sack artist.
The Steelers' suspect secondary repeatedly cost them down the stretch, so Mike Tomlin shores up one side of the field.
Mike Smith needs a playmaker at the weakside linebacker spot, and Bowman's athleticism fits the bill.
The former Longhorn would give the Texans' secondary a serious jolt with his speed and range in the middle.
Marvin Lewis would love to add a talent like Bryant to his offense to alleviate the pressure on Carson Palmer and Chad Ochocinco.
Sapp's presence should bolster a pass rush that was virtually non-existent this season.
The best runner in the draft falls into Packers' lap, and his talent is too enticing for Mike McCarthy to bypass despite a pressing need at tackle.
Andy Reid underestimated the impact of losing Brian Dawkins in the back end, so he nabs Mays to become the new anchor of the secondary.
The Ravens' passing game needs a playmaker to help Joe Flacco continue his development as the franchise quarterback.
Ken Whisenhunt opts for Bradford over Matt Leinart as Kurt Warner's eventual replacement.
Flozell Adams' declining skills make it necessary for Jerry Jones to find a replacement at left tackle.
The Chargers officially announce the end of the L.T era with the arrival of the ultra-explosive Spiller.
Rex Ryan hopes that Williams quickly renews his chemistry with Mark Sanchez to give the Jets a lethal passing combination.
The Vikings add Cody to their defensive line rotation as a possible replacement for 37-year-old Pat Williams.
The Saints would love to upgrade their linebacker corps with a talented playmaker, but Capers fills a pressing need along the offensive line.
The hardworking Odrick is an ideal fit as an interior player in the Colts' scheme, and his presence will help shore up the team's woes against the run.
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