The franchise savior arrives.
If Dwayne Haskins busts - and he absolutely might - the Redskins can look to find a quarterback next year.
Don't rule out a quarterback, but the smart money is on the Lions playing it safe here.
If they can't trade down, the Giants will look to solidify their O-line.
They didn't fully commit to the "Tank for Tua" plan, but they get their man anyhow. The talk of preferring Justin Herbert is smoke.
If Herbert doesn't go here, he could fall a long way.
The Panthers would surely love to trade back and stockpile picks for their rebuild, but if they can't find a trade partner then adding a defensive piece to help cover the loss of Luke Kuechly makes sense.
A receiver would be a lot of fun here, but the Cardinals instead look to fill a more pressing need.
Quarterback is definitely in play here if one falls.
With the addition of Jack Conklin on the right side via free agency, the Browns use the draft to solve their major blocking issues in short order.
The Jets won't worry much about Becton's reported drug violation at the combine.
Jeudy's got a little Antonio Brown to his game, something we know the Raiders tried and failed to add to their offense.
Emmanuel Sanders departed in free agency and Deebo Samuel probably isn't a No. 1.
The Bucs come up a little short after an early run on tackles, but they have to reach because nothing matters for them if Tom Brady isn't protected.
Playing in the AFC West, the Broncos know the impact speed can add to a receiving corps and what it can mean for the development of a big-armed young quarterback.
The Falcons might have to trade up if Henderson is the player they covet.
K'Lavon Chaisson was probably the pick until Travis Frederick retired.
Adding sorely need pass-rushing prowess to this defense is essential.
The Raiders reportedly love C.J. Henderson, but Johnson is a nice consolation prize.
If Gardner Minshew has hopes of succeeding over the long term, he's going to need more weapons.
Brandon Aiyuk is also a possibility here.
Offensive tackles continue to fly off the board.
The Patriots aim to benefit from Kinlaw's fall due to medical concerns.
Jordan Love is tempting, but the Saints have a hole to fill at CB and need to maximize what little time they have left with Drew Brees.
Antoine Winfield Jr. is also an option here - and it would be quite a story considering his father's history in Minnesota.
A nice chess piece gets added to Brian Flores' defense.
It's way past time for the Seahawks to finally shore up their O-line issues, but the value simply isn't there.
The Ravens have few holes, but one remains where C.J. Mosley used to play.
The Titans find a replacement for the departed Jack Conklin.
Aaron Rodgers doesn't have much time left and won't win another title with the receivers he has now.
A much cheaper replacement for DeForest Buckner.
D'Andre Swift is in play here, too.