1. Houston Texans - Johnny Manziel, QB
Yes I am going there. The Texans need an offensive spark and Manziel can do all the things that Bridgewater can expect he has done so against top ranked opponents while Bridgewater has not. So why not take the Texas native and Heisman trophy winner?
2. St. Louis Rams - Jake Matthews, OT
From Washington - Protecting Bradford is key so it makes sense that they take the best offensive lineman in the draft.
3. Atlanta Falcons - Jadeveon Clowney, DE
One of the best prospects to ever enter the draft. The Falcons sure as heck won't pass him up.
4. Minnesota Vikings - Teddy Bridgewater, QB
Like the Texans, Quarterback problems hurt the Vikings greatly so why not take the highly praised prospect when he falls onto your lap.
5. Buffalo Bills - Cyrus Kouandjio, OT
A strong run blocker who could be a huge upgrade for their struggling offensive line.
6. Cleveland Browns - Derek Carr, QB
Overrated? A bit but quarterbacks are going fast so they have to take one while they can.
7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Sammy Watkins, WR
A speedy young receiver who would be great opposite of Jackson. He'd be a great weapon for Glennon to throw to.
8. Jacksonville Jaguars - Anthony Barr, OLB
Where do you go if you are the Jaguars, who need fixing on both sides of the ball. Only quarterback worth taking in the first who is left is Brett Hundley and he will need years to develop and even then their terrible offensive line and run game could very well turn him into another Blaine Gabbert (a first round bust). So in my opinion, Take the best player available and that's Barr. His skill set is similar to Clowney's and he would be a massive boost to their weak linebacker corp.
9. Oakland Raiders - Mike Evans, WR
A big receiver who can catch anything thrown to him no matter the coverage. He'd be a huge help to their struggling passing game.
10. St. Louis Rams - Louis Nix, DT
A run stopper who would be a perfect fit to their already stacked defensive line.