1. St. Louis
Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska
Steve Spagnuolo knows his offense isn't very good, but he'll address that later. Right now, he wants to grab the best available player, and create something similar to what he had in New York. Suh as Justin Tuck, Leonard Little as Michael Strahan, and Chris Long as Osi Umenyiora.
Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma State
]Detroit couldn't stop anyone defensively, but priority number one right now for the Lions is to keep Matt Stafford healthy. Russell Okung can be his own personal body guard.
3. Tampa Bay
Eric Berry, S, Tennessee
Tampa Bay is terrible. They need all the help they can get, and the best player available is Eric Berry. If they don't take him, I don't know what their reasoning is.
Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame
New coach Mike Shanahan takes over, and he wants to get some weapons to make his offense click. Jason Campbell hasn't been the answer, maybe Clausen can become his Cutler.
5. Kansas City
Bryan Bulaga, OT, Iowa
Similar to Detroit, priority number one is protecting their quarterback. Bulaga will prove to have better feet than Williams come combine time, and Bulaga will also be a better run blocker for Jamaal Charles in Charge.
Derrick Morgan, DE, Georgia Tech
Patrick Kearney is getting old, and the Seahawks were miserable on defense. Pete Carroll will try to remedy that with Morgan.
Gerald McCoy, DT, Oklahoma
Cleveland was young offensively, and I think Holmgren will allow them to grow. Therefore, his priority with this first pick is defense, and one of the best tackles just fell into his lap in McCoy.
Joe Haden, DB, Florida
One day Oakland will decide that speed isn't always the answer. This won't be the day. Besides, getting someone to teammate with the NFL's best corner, Nnamdi Osomugha, could turn out to actually work.
Nate Allen, FS, South Florida
Until Ralph Wilson dies, which could be any day now, the Bills will always take a safety with their first pick.
Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers
Some mumblings amongst journalists everywhere say that the Jags want to pick someone that will fill the stands. Tim Tebow? Jack Del Rio knows what wins football games, and getting someone popular isn't it. The offensive line isn't very good, and Mr. Del Rio will remedy that with the huge Davis.
11. *Denver - from Chicago
C.J. Spiller, RB, Clemson
The Josh McDaniels circus continues. Brandon Marshall will most likely be gone come free agency, so the offense will need an explosive guy. Why not draft back to back big play running backs and add to your already crowded backfield?
Rolando McClain, ILB, Alabama
Miami is exuberant that Denver passed on the best linebacker in the draft, and select a man that will immediately help their linebacking woes in South Florida.
13. San Francisco
Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma
Sam Bradford sits in New York sweating. The 49ers sit in their draft room salivating. They pick a guy that could put to an end the debate as to whether former number one selection Alex Smith or man stuck in the 80's Shaun Hill should quarterback the team.
14. Seattle - from Denver
Joe McKnight, RB, Southern California
Pete Carroll gets his second selection inside the top 15, and he takes a man that can immediately help the offense, and someone he's familiar with.
15. New York Giants
Earl Thomas, DB, Texas
The Giants defensive backfield needs help. Earl Thomas hasn't been drafted. Seems like a good match.
Dez Bryant, WR, Oklahoma State
Tennessee could go a number of ways with this pick. They have their choice of any receiver in the draft right now, so they decide to give Vince Young a big playmaker.
17. *San Francisco - from Carolina
Brandon Graham, DE, Michigan
Mike Singletary is upset that San Francisco has taken an offensive player with their first pick for two years straight now. So, he drops his pants and written on his butt cheeks is the name Brandon Graham. The draft room laughs and concurs that this guy has elevated his draft status and is a great pick at this spot.
Trent Williams, OT, Oklahoma
The Steelers have had a miserable offensive line for two years now. Mike Tomlin wants to address this and gets a surprise since the 6'5" tackle is still on the board.
Bruce Campbell, OT, Maryland
Same philosophy that made the beginning of The Blind Side has resonated through this draft. Five offensive tackles have been drafted now. Campbell will most likely go to right tackle to open up holes for Turner as Sam Baker mans the left tackle spot.
Ryan Matthews, RB, Rutgers
Gary Kubiak was pulling his hair out every time his running backs fumbles the ball. Surprisingly, he still has hair. Steve Slaton, Ryan Mouton, you name it, they couldn't hold onto it. Houston takes the best running back (in my opinion) with Matthews and Kubiak looks to regain the powerful running attack he had in Denver to go with his explosive passing game.
Golden Tate, WR, Notre Dame
Do you remember all the drops that the Bengals had in their final two games? So do the Bengals. Golden Tate is a nice fit for this offense.
22. New England
Sergio Kindle, OLB, Texas
New England needs defensive help, so Bill Belicheat gets the best outside linebacker in the draft in Kindle. The Patriots need an OLB, so fittingly, nobody drafts one so that the Patriots get the cream of the crop.
23. Green Bay
Charles Brown, OT, Southern California
Amazingly, Aaron Rodgers made the Pro Bowl and threw all sorts of touchdowns despite his pitiful offensive line. The Packers had to and will address their tackle issues with Brown.
Taylor Mays, S, Southern California
The Eagles had receivers running all over their defensive backfield. Hopefully having a man filled with steroids will make them think twice about going over the middle.
Brandon LaFell, WR, Louisiana State
Derrick Mason is getting up there in age and almost retired before this last season. LaFell will be nice a big compliment to Mark Clayton.
Carlos Dunlap, DE, Florida
Sports announcers boasted their knowledge by proclaiming that Arizona was the first team to ever allow back to back 40+ point games in the playoffs. That's because if you give up 40+ points in the playoffs, you lose. With Warner's retirement, defense will become even more of a need.
Dexter McCluster, RB, Ole Miss
This is a great pick. McCluster will be the X-Factor that can make this offense go from good to great.
28. San Diego
Mike Iupati, OG, Idaho
Did you know that even with Ladainian Tomlinson and Darren Sproles the Chargers were at the bottom of the league in rushing? Part of that has to do with Norv Turner's terrible play calling, but the other part is the middle of their offensive line is getting eaten up. They'll get the best guard in the draft, and maybe even in this decade thus far.
29. New York Jets
Dan Williams, DT, Tennessee
Two reasons for this pick: 1. Kris Jenkins is old and has only played two full seasons in the last 8 years, including a stretch where he only played 5 games in two years. 2. Rex Ryan is fat, and wants some company in the fat category. Fast fact: It takes 50 Southeast Asia women to equal the weight on just Ryan's fat.
Jared Odrick, DT, Penn State
Pat Williams is old, and too bad they missed out on Dan Williams to keep the Williams' Wall in tact.
31. **New Orleans
Brandon Spikes, ILB, Florida
Speaking of Williams', Gregg Williams could use a guy like Spikes.
Jermaine Gresham, TE, Oklahoma State
Another offensive weapon for Peyton. Sounds good says Bill Polian.
*-Denotes a coin flip will decide draft position
**-Dependent on Super Bowl winner.