11. New Orleans Saints: O.J. Howard (Tight End)
The Saints need a playmaker and the team played their best football with a top tier tight end for Drew Brees to target. They will attempt to recreate that connection by adding Howard to the roster as the Saints hope their offense can win games by running up the score. Fixing their defense is to big of a task to be handled in one draft.
12. Cleveland Browns: Mitchell Trubinski (Quarterback)
With DeShaun Watson gone, I think Trubinski will head to the Browns. The team desperately needs a quarterback and I think one will be taken with Cleveland’s second pick in the first round.
13. Arizona Cardinals: Reuben Foster (Linebacker)
Foster is the best inside linebacker on the roster and a perfect fit for the Cardinals. The team needs to add a playmaker on defense and Foster is an incredibly talented pass rusher. The Cardinals defense will automatically improve with the addition of Foster.
14. Philadelphia Eagles: Dalvin Cook (Running Back)
With the best pass rushers and cornerbacks gone the Eagles will help quarterback Carson Wentz in the easiest way possible, by adding a playmaking running back. Cook could easily replace LeSean McCoy as the Eagles top running back in recent memory.
Even though McCoy is in Buffalo now his shadow still looms large over the running back position, Cook would instantly give them a new playmaking running back to worry about.
15. Indianapolis Colts: Ryan Ramczyk (Offensive Lineman)
The Colts will likely follow the mandate of protecting franchise quarterback Andrew Luck and that means selecting the best offensive lineman in the draft. This class is not deep with offensive linemen and Ramczyk should help in providing the best protection for Luck as the team tries to keep him on the field.