St. Louis - Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma
The Rams need someone to build the team around, and that generally happens with the QB. Bradfordís intangibles have moved him to the top of their draft board.
Detroit - Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska
Landing the draftís top player with the second overall pick has to make the Lions happy.
Tampa Bay - Gerald McCoy, DT, Oklahoma
Things havenít been the same in Tampa since the days of Warren Sapp. McCoy brings a lot of the same ability to penetrate and can hopefully help rebuild the defense.
Washington - Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma St.
With the QB position solved, the Skins have to upgrade their offensive tackle position. Okung is the best offensive lineman in the draft and should help keep McNabb healthy.
Kansas City - Bryan Bulaga, OT, Iowa
Another team in dire need of offensive line help. This pick gives the Chiefs a lot of flexibility. Albert can stay at LT and Bulaga jump in at RT, or Bulaga can take over at LT and shift Albert inside to guard.
Seattle - Trent Williams, OT, Oklahoma
Williams might just be the top tackle on their board, so the fact that heís still there has to make them happy.
Cleveland - Eric Berry, DB, Tennessee
Someone may move up for Berry, but the Browns will be happy heís on the board at this pick.
Oakland - Mike Iupati, OL, Idaho
Leave it to the Raiders to throw a curveball. Most expect them to go offensive lineman, but in the direction of an athletic tackle. Iupati isnít the workout warrior they traditionally go for, but he brings a nastiness to the field the Raiders could use.
Buffalo - Dan Williams, DT, Tennessee
With the top offensive tackles gone, it comes down to Clausen or Williams. Finding a nose tackle that can play immediately is going to be more difficult later in the draft, so the Bills pull the trigger early..
Jacksonville - Earl Thomas, S, Texas
Reggie Nelson didnít quite live up to expectations, and that may give the Jags some second thoughts about a similar type of player in Thomas. However, Thomas brings more physicality to the position than Nelson and should allow him to counter his cover and ball skills with some toughness.
Denver(Chi) - Maurkice Pouncey, C, Florida
They would love to land him a few picks lower, but the Broncos pull the trigger to ensure they get their man.
Miami - Brandon Graham, LB, Michigan
Parcells loves his edge rushers. He has put his stamp on every organization heís been with by taking a top notch pass rusher early, and this is his guy with the Dolphins.
San Francisco - Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers
Upgrading the RT spot is a big need, and Davis could fill that immediately. He also brings tremendous upside and could take over the LT spot and shift Joe Staley to the right side if he lives up to his potential.
Seattle(Den) - CJ Spiller, RB, Clemson
Spiller could be the pick at six if there isnít a tackle to their liking, so landing him at 14 is a nice fallback. The team needs some explosiveness to the offense, and Carroll was very successful in college with a similar style of back in Reggie Bush.
NY Giants - Rolando McClain, LB, Alabama
There is a huge hole in the middle of their defense and McClain is just the guy to take over.
Tennessee - Jason Pierre-Paul, DE, South Florida
Adding more pressure off the edge is a must, and the Titans go for Pierre-Paul, who might remind some of a young Jevon Kearse.
San Francisco(Car) - Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame
One of the all time greats for the 9ers came from Notre Dame, why not try it again? Clausen is the best available player at this point, and having someone to push Alex Smith is a smart move.
Pittsburgh - Joe Haden, CB, Florida
Haden being available here shows you how important a 40 time can be. The Steelers arenít complaining about him being on the board here.
Atlanta - Derrick Morgan, DE, Georgia Tech
With a couple other players going a bit earlier than expected, someone has to slide a bit. Morgan is the guy, and the Falcons couldnít be happier..
Houston - Ryan Mathews, RB, Fresno St.
This pick should come down to a corner or a back. Mathews is a big back with big play ability, and would form a great duo with Steve Slaton.
Cincinnati - Jermaine Gresham, TE, Oklahoma
Gresham would be long gone had he not injured his knee and missed his senior season. All reports are he is fine, and he would be a massive target over the middle for Carson Palmer and the Bengal offense.
New England - Dez Bryant, WR, Oklahoma St.
The slide ends here. It would be tough to see Belichick pass on players like Kindle and Odrick, but landing a top five talent at this point is too much to pass on. Bryant has some immaturity issues, but he will have someone who suffered a similar draft day slide in Randy Moss, and a veteran like Torry Holt to help him down the right path.
Green Bay - Charles Brown, OT, USC
Brown would be a great fit for the Pack, providing them with some depth and more athleticism to protect Aaron Rodgers.
Philadelphia - Kyle Wilson, CB, Boise St.
The Eagles are the hot team to make a move up in the draft. They have the ammo and would love to get either Berry or Earl Thomas. In this scenario however, they go for the Boise corner.
Baltimore - Jared Odrick, DL, Penn St.
Odrick provides some versatility along the defensive line, and would give the team some youth at the position as well.
Arizona - Sean Weatherspoon, LB, Missouri
The Cards were hit pretty hard this off season, and have to fill some holes just to get back to the level they were once at. Weatherspoon would go a long way towards replacing Karlos Dansby.
Dallas - Nate Allen, S, South Florida
Landing an offensive tackle would be the best case scenario, but they make do with whats on the board. Allen is a solid all around free safety that would fill a big hole. They had success two years ago with a USF defensive back, so they go back to the well for another.
San Diego - Terrence Cody, NT, Alabama
Adding talent to the defensive line and RB have to be major priorities for the Chargers here. With Mathews gone at RB, they look for someone to anchor the defensive line. Nobody does it better than Cody, however, he does come with stamina issues.
NY Jets - Sergio Kindle, LB, Texas
The Jets would love to have Kindle fall into their lap here. They will be targeting a front seven defender here, and even with the signing of Jason Taylor, passing on someone like Kindle here would be tough to do.
Minnesota - Kareem Jackson, CB, Alabama
Corner was a position of need before Cedric Griffinís injury.
Indianapolis - Rodger Saffold, OT, Indiana
As the years go on, the Colts are going to have to focus more on keeping Peyton upright and healthy. Saffold has impressed many and should crack the first round when all is said and done.
New Orleans - Daryl Washington, LB, TCU
An aggressive linebacker with speed is just what the doctor ordered for the linebacking unit. The defense is built on making plays, so adding another player to fly around and make them would be a great fit.