1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Teddy Bridgewater, QB
Freeman is gone and Glennon clearly is not the answer for the Buccaneers. Bridgewater is the best quarterback in the draft for a reason. He'd be a huge improvement for the worst passing attack in the NFL.
2. Pittsburgh Steelers - Jake Matthews, OT
The Steelers need to fix their offensive line if they want to win games. Matthews, being the best offensive lineman, is a sure pick for them.
3. New York Giants - Taylor Lewan, OT
What I said for the Steelers also applies for the Giants. Lewan is just as good as Matthews and would be a massive upgrade for the Giants' struggling offensive line.
4. Jacksonville Jaguars - Johnny Manziel, QB
The Jaguars lose out on Bridgewater and considering the fact that the quarterback draft class this year is stacked, They could go any-where with this pick. That being said, Manziel is the front runner in my opinion. Despite his social problems, He is a quality passer who will only get better and is a fantastic runner who can make plenty of big plays with his legs. He has proven time and time again that he can put pressure on the best teams in the country and even beat them. Not to mention that he could greatly increase ticket sales as well.
5. Atlanta Falcons - Anthony Barr, OLB
A proven play-maker who can stop the run and get to the quarterback. Barr is a beast and for a team like the Falcons, who really need to improve their linebacker corp, He is a great pick up.
6. St. Louis Rams - Louis Nix, DT
A proven run stopper, something the Rams have failed to do this season, and would provide an anchor on the defensive line and allow the defensive ends to do what they do best and that's gets to the quarterback.
7. Minnesota Vikings - Jadeveon Clowney, DE
Jared Allen isn't getting any younger and their defensive line has gotten little pressure on the quarterback. Clowney is a flat out beast and would turn the defensive line of the Vikings into something their opponents should fear if put opposite of Allen. He is too good to pass up.
8. Carolina Panthers - Sammy Watkins, WR
A high quality receiver who turns short passes into big gains. Watkins is a play-maker plain and simple and considering how awful the receiving corp is for the Panthers, He'd be a great and much needed pick up for them.
9. St. Louis Rams - Cyrus Kouandjio, OT
Kouandjio is a solid pass blocker but his real talent is in run blocker and considering how awful the run game is for the Rams, I think he could really bring some life to it.
10. San Diego Chargers - Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, CB
What's killed the Chargers this season is their ineffective defense, Mainly their secondary. Ekpre-Olomu is the best corner in the draft for a reason and would be a huge improvement over what they have now at cornerback.