Saturday, April 16, 2016

2016 NFL DRAFT: Team Needs: picks 11-16 (CHI, NO, MIA, OAK, TEN, DET)

Picks in first 3 rounds: 11, 41, 72
9 total picks
Head Coach/GM: John Fox/Ryan Pace
Offensive Coordinator/Style/Blocking Scheme: 
Dowell Loggains (new)/Balanced/Power Man
Defensive Coordinator/Base Scheme and Coverage:
Vic Fangio /3-4 Zone
Offensive Star: Alshon Jeffery-WR

Defensive Star: A lot of good players, but no true star
Position Analysis
Jay Cutler-Average
Pass Rush/OLB: 
LOLB: Pernell McPhee-Good
ROLB: Lamarr Houston-Good
#3 OLB: Willie Young-Average
Interior D-Line:
NT: Eddie Goldman-Young/2015 2nd RD
3T/DT: Will Sutton-Young/2014 3rd RD
RDE: Akiem Hicks-Good/Average/New
LILB: Jerrell Freeman-Good/New
RILB: Danny Trevathan-Good/New
LCB: Tracy Porter-Below Average
RCB: Kyle Fuller-Young/2014 1st RD/Average so far
#3/Nickel CB: Bryce Callahan-Young/2015 Undrafted
SS: Antrel Rolle-Good/Average
FS: Adrian Amos-Young/2015 5th RD
WR: Alshon Jeffrey-Elite
WR: Eddie Royal-Average
WR: Kevin White-Young/2015 1st RD
TE: Zach Miller-Average
LT: Bobby Massie-Below Average/New
LG: Matt Slauson-Good
C:   Hroniss Grasu-Young/2014 3rd RD
RG: Manny Ramirez-Good/New
RT:  Kyle Long-All Pro at Guard/Good at RT
Jeremy Langford-Young/2015 4th RD/Good as a rookie splitting carries with Matt Forte

Pass Rusher:  They have a solid trio of pass rushers but Fox and Fangio need a young athletic impact pass rusher
LT:  Massie is the current LT.  They need to draft a LT so they can move Massie to RT and then move Long inside to guard.
DB Depth: Upgrades are needed everywhere
TE: The Bears have a need at TE after trading Martellus Bennett to New England.
Young QB:  Is Cutler the long term solution in Chi Town?
D-Line Depth
Backup RB

Picks in first 3 rounds: 12, 47, 78
6 total picks
Head Coach/GM: Sean Payton/Mickey Loomis
Offensive Coordinator/Style/Blocking Scheme: 
Pete Carmichael/Vertical and West Coast-Pass Heavy/Zone
Defensive Coordinator/Base Scheme and Coverage:
Dennis Allen (new/interim in 2015)/4-3 Man
Offensive Star: Drew Brees-QB

Defensive Stars: Jarius Byrd-FS and Cameron Jordan
Position Analysis
Drew Brees-Elite
Pass Rush/DE: 
LDE: Bobby Richardson-Young/2015 Undrafted
RDE: Cameron Jordan-Elite
Interior D-Line: 
DT:  Nick Fairley-Good when in shape/New
NT: John Jenkins-Average
DT: Tyeler Davison-Young/2015 5th RD
SLB: Hau'oli Kikaha-Young/2015 2nd RD
MLB: Stephone Anthony-Young/2015 1st RD
WLB: Dannelle Ellerbe-Below Average
LB: James Laurinaitis-Below Average/New
LB: Craig Robertson-Below Average/New
LCB: Keenan Lewis-Average
RCB: P.J. Williams-Young/2015 3rd RD
Slot CB: Delvin Breaux-Good
#4 CB: Kyle Wilson-Average
SS: Kenny Vaccaro-Good
FS: Jarius Byrd-Average in 2015/near Elite in 2014
WR: Brandin Cooks-Good/Young/2014 1st RD
WR: Willie Snead-Good/Young/
#3 WR: Brandon Coleman-Unproven
TE 1: Coby Fleener-New/Average
TE 2: Josh Hill-Unproven
LT: Terron Armstead-Elite
LG: Andrus Peat-Young/2015 1st RD
C:   Max Unger-Average in 2015/was near Elite when he was in Seattle
RG: Tim Lelito-Below Average
RT:  Zach Strief-Below Average in 2015/Good in 2014
Power: Mark Ingram-Average
Tim Hightower-Average
CJ Spiller-Average

Pass Rusher:  Last year Jordan finished 15th in the NFL in sacks with 10. The Saints need another edge rusher to get after Cam Newton and Matt Ryan
DT:  The Fairley signing was a good step but they clearly need another starting DT,
O-Line Depth:  Keeping Brees upright is always a top priority.
LB Depth 

Picks in first 3 rounds: 13, 42, 73
8 total picks
Head Coach/VP of Football Operations: Adam Gase (new)/Mike Tannenbaum (more control on decision making)
Offensive Coordinator/Style/Blocking Scheme: 
Clyde Christensen (new)/Balanced/Power Man
Defensive Coordinator/Base Scheme and Coverage
Vance Josepth (new)/4-3 Man
Offensive Star: Branden Albert-OT
Defensive Star: Ndamukong Suh-DT and Cameron Wake-DE
Position Analysis 
Ryan Tannehill-Average
Pass Rush/D-Line: 
RDE: Mario Williams-Good/New
LDE: Cameron Wake-Elite
RDT: Earl Mitchell-Below Average
LDT: Ndamukong Suh-All Pro
DT: Jordan Phillips
DE/OLB: Dion Jordan-Suspended/Bust so far
SLB: Koa Misi-Average
MLB: Kiko Alonso-Good
WLB: Jelani Jenkins-Average
LCB: Byron Maxwell-Average/New
RCB: Jamar Taylor-Poor
Slot CB: Bobby McCain-Below Average
SS: Reshad Jones-Good
FS: Isa Abdul-Quddus-New/Good
WR: Jarvis Landry-Young/2014 2nd RD/Good as a rookie
WR-DeVante Parker-Young/2015 1st RD
WR: Kenny Stills-New/Good
TE: Jordan Cameron-Average
LT: Brendan Albert-Average/Good when fully healthy
LG: Dallas Thomas-Poor/Maybe the worst G in the league in 2014
C:   Mike Pouncey-Good
RG: Jamil Douglas-Young/2015 4th RD
RT:  Ja'Wuan James-Young/2014 1st RD/Average so far
OT/G: Billy Turner-Young/2014 3rd RD
OT: Jermon Bushrod-Below Average/New
G: Kraig Urbik-Below Average/New
Jay Ajayi-Young/2015 5th RD

CB:  This unit needs a lot of help. We should expect them to draft at least two corners in the first four rounds.
C/OG:  They had the worst guard duo in the NFL last year
LB Depth:  They need more athletes here
Speed/scat RB:  Ajayi has nice size but he can't carry the load alone
Young Pass Rusher: They have two good pass rushers in Cameron Wake and Mario Williams. However Wake is 34 and Williams is 31

Picks in first 3 rounds: 14, 44, 75
8 total picks
Head Coach/GM: Jack Del Rio/Reggie McKenzie

Offensive Coordinator/Style/Blocking Scheme: 
Bill Musgrave/Balanced-Ball Control/Power Man
Defensive Coordinator/Style: Ken Norton Jr./4-3 Man
Emerging Offensive Stars: Derek Carr and Amari Cooper
Defensive Star: Khalil Mack-DE/OLB
Position Analysis
Derek Carr-Young/2014 2nd RD/Good year in 2015
Pass Rush: 
LDE: Khalil Mack-All Pro
RDE: Mario Edwards-Young/2015 2nd RD
Pass Rush Specialist: Aldon Smith-Good when he's not in trouble
Interior D-Line: 
NT/DT: Dan Williams-Good
NT: Justin Ellis-Young/2014 4th RD
SLB: Bruce Irvin-Average/New
MLB: Ben Heeney-Young/2014 5th RD
WLB: Malcolm Smith-Average
LCB: Sean Smith-Good/New
RCB: Dave Amerson-Good
Slot CB: TJ Carrie-Young/2014 7th RD
#4 CB Keith McGill-Young/2014 4th RD
S: Reggie Nelson-Good/New
S: battle-both below average
Nate Allen
Larry Asante
WR: Amari CooperGood/Young/2015 1st RD
WR: Michael Crabtree-Good
TE: Clive Walford-Young/2015 3rd RD
TE: Lee Smith-Average
TE: Mychal Rivera-Below Average
LT: Donald Penn-Good
LG: Gabe Jackson-Good/Young/2014 3rd RD
C:  Rodney Hudson-Good
RG: Kelechi Osemele-Good/New
RT: Manelik Watson-Good
Latavius Murray-Average

Safety: The Raiders were smart to sign Nelson, but they need another starter.
DT:  Mack may be the best pass rusher in the league, but he needs more help from the interior D-Line in getting to the opposing QB. They should try to get a 3 tech in order to move Williams back to NT.
MLB Upgrade
Power RB:  Murray was solid as the feature back but they should add a power back somewhere in rounds 4-6
Big WR: Cooper and Crabtree are great but both are under 6-1.
Backup QB Upgrade

Picks in first 3 rounds: 15, 33, 43, 45, 64, 76
9 total picks
Head Coach/GM: Mike Mularkey (new)/John Robinson (new)
Offensive Coordinator/Style/Blocking Scheme: 
Tery Robikie (new)/Ball Control/Power Man
Defensive Coordinator/Style: Dick Lebeau/3-4 Hybrid
Offensive Star: Demarco Murray (new)-RB and Delanie Walker-TE
Defensive Star: Jurrell Casey-DT
Position Analysis
Marcus Mariota-Young/2014 1st RD/star potential
Pass Rush/OLB: 
LOLB: Derrick Morgan-Average
ROLB: Brian Orakpo-Good
Interior D-Line: 
DT/3T/5T; Jurrell Casey-Elite
NT:  Al Woods-Below Average
LDE: DaQuan Jones-Good/Young/2014 4th RD
DT:  Angelo Blackson-Young/2015 4th RD
LILB: Wesley Woodyard-Average
RILB: Avery Williamson-Good/Young/2014 5th RD
LCB: Perrish Cox-Below Average
RCB: Jason McCourty--Below Average
#3 CB: Brice McCain-Below Average/New
SS: Da'Norris Searcy-Good
FS: Rashad Johnson-Average/New
S:   Marqueston Huff-Young/2014 Undrafted
TE: Delanie Walker-Elite
WR: Kendall Wright-Good
WR: Dorial Green-Beckham-Young/2015 2nd RD
WR: Rishard Matthews-Average/New
WR: Harry Douglas-Average
LT: Taylor Lewan-Young/2014 1st RD/star potential
LG: Jeremiah Poutasi-Young/2015 3rd RD
C:  Brian Schwenke-Below Average
RG: Chance Warmack-Good
RT:  Byron Bell-Below Average
C/G: Ben Jones-Average
Demarco Murray-Elite/New
FB: Jalston Fowler-Young/2015 4th RD

O-Line: They must protect franchise QB Marcus Mariota. Lewan and Warmack are good but the rest of the line needs work. They may want to draft a LT and move Lewan to RT.
CB: The current group is made up of several guys that would be #3 corners on most teams.
OLB/Pass Rusher: Casey is the best pass rusher on the team. They need a young player to generate a better pass rush from the outside.
ILB Depth: With all those picks, don't be surprised if the Titans take a risk and draft Jaylon Smith, It could pay off huge in the long run.
NT Upgrade   

Picks in first 3 rounds: 16, 46, 95c
10 total picks
Head Coach/GM:  Jim Caldwell/Bob Quinn
Offensive Coordinator/Style/Blocking Scheme: 
Jim Bob Cooter/Vertical/Man
Defensive Coordinator/Base Scheme and Coverage: 
Teryl Austin/4-3 Press Man
Offensive Star: Matthew Stafford-QB
Defensive Star: Ziggy Ansah-DE and Darius Slay-CB
Position Analysis
Matthew Stafford-Good
Pass Rush/OLB: 
RDE: Ziggy Ansah-Elite
LDE: Devin Taylor-Average
DE: Wallace Gilberry-Average/New
Interior D-Line: 
RDT: Tyrunn Walker-Average
LDT: Haloti Ngata-once Elite now Average
SLB: Tahir Whitehead-Average
MLB: Stephen Tulloch-Good
WLB: DeAndre Levy-Good
OLB:  Kyle Van Noy-Young/2014 2nd RD
LCB: Darius Slay-Elite
RCB: Nevin Lawson-Young/2014 4th RD/Below Average so far
Nickel CB: Quandre Diggs-Young/2015 6th Round/Good rookie year
#4 CB-Alex Carter-Young/2015 3rd RD
SS: Tavon Wilson-New/Unproven
FS: Glover Quin-Average in 2015/near Elite in 2014
WR: Golden Tate-Good
WR: Marvin Jones-Average/New
TE 1: Eric Ebron-Young/2014 1st RD/has done little thus far
TE 2: Brandon Pettigrew-Below Average
LT: Riley Reiff-Average
LG: Laken TomlinsonYoung/2015 1st RD
C:   Travis Swanson-Young/2014 3rd RD
RG: Larry Warford-Very Good
RT:  Michael Ola-Average
OT/G: Geoff Schwartz-Good/New, will compete for a starting job at G or RT
Ameer Abdullah-Young/2015 2nd RD/showed very few flashes as a rookie
3rd down: Theo Riddick-Good in role

LT:  Reiff is solid but would be better at RT. They could then move Ola and Schwartz inside or use them as rotational tackles
D-Line Depth: Ansah is a beast, but Ngata,Walker and Taylor are average at best.
WR:  Tate is good but he can't replace the loss of Calvin Johnson
DB Depth: Slay had a breakout year and proved he is one of the best corners in the league. Diggs was a pleasant surprise as a rookie and Quin is a reliable starter. However they have unproven guys at SS and CB.

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