Oakland Raiders: Jay Staggs, SS, UNLV
The Raiders need depth at safety in the wake of Derrick Gibson's departure.
Denver Broncos: Dan Santucci, G, Notre Dame
With Cooper Carlisle headed to Oakland, the Broncos now have only three guards on their roster.
New York Jets: Marquice Cole, CB, Northwestern
The Jets need some quality reserves at cornerback if they wish to combat all of New England's new receivers.
Cleveland Browns: Le'Ron McClain, FB, Alabama
Will compete with Lawrence Vickers and Alan Ricard for the starting fullback gig. I can't wait to hear Chris Berman have fun with this guy's name. "McClain! Shoot zee glass!"
Washington Redskins: Justin Medlock, K, UCLA
I'm not sure if the Redskins want to rely on Shaun Suisham as their field-goal kicker.
New England Patriots: Tarell Brown, CB, Texas
With tons of draft picks, the Patriots can afford to take a shot on Tarell Brown, a second-round talent who has been arrested twice this past year.
Miami Dolphins: Jon Abbate, MLB, Wake Forest
Could be Zach Thomas' successor. I've heard scouts compare Jon Abbate to Thomas.
Minnesota Vikings: Kerry Reed, WR, Michigan State
When Billy McMullen and Troy Williamson are your starters, you probably need to draft more than one receiver.
Houston Texans: Roderick Rogers, FS, Wisconsin
The Texans need help at both safety positions. Wouldn't be surprised if Roderick Rogers beat out C.C. Brown in camp.
Cincinnati Bengals: Mike Jones, G, Iowa
If Andrew Whitworth eventually moves to offensive tackle, the Bengals will need quality depth at guard.
Tennessee Titans: Enoka Lucas, C, Oregon
Someone at center for when Kevin Mawae calls it quits.
New York Giants: Nick Folk, K, Arizona
Jay Feely is gone, meaning the Giants will need to bring in a reliable kicker.
St. Louis Rams: Ramonce Taylor, RB, Texas College
Steven Jackson's backups are Travis Minor and Kay-Jay Harris.
Carolina Panthers: Dustin Fry, C, Clemson
A center fit for the zone-blocking scheme and a backup for Justin Hartwig.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Tyler Palko, QB, Pittsburgh
Just in case Ben Roethlisberger can't make it back from an unfortunate 2006 season.
Green Bay Packers: Corey White, FB, UAB
The Packers love fullbacks who can catch the ball, and Corey White's the top remaining fullback who can do that well.
Jacksonville Jaguars: David Patterson, DT, Ohio State
Jacksonville can improve its depth at defensive tackle, and David Patterson is a fourth-round prospect.
Dallas Cowboys: Antwan Barnes, OLB, Florida International
The Cowboys are pretty thin at outside linebacker.
Kansas City Chiefs: Jesse Allen, FB, Virginia Tech
Larry Johnson's yards-per-carry average dropped by nearly a tenth in 2006. Part of the reason was Tony Richardson's absence. The Chiefs need a strong
blocker to lead the way for Johnson.
Seattle Seahawks: Jacob Ford, DE, Central Arkansas
Another defensive end for the Seahawks, who have only three on their roster.
Denver Broncos: Marvin Mitchell, MLB, Tennessee
With Al Wilson gone, depth at middle linebacker is a must.
Miami Dolphins: C.J. Gaddis, CB, Clemson
Another corner for the Dolphins, who have just four on their depth chart.
Dallas Cowboys: Brandon Pace, K, Virginia Tech
I know Jerry Jones vowed never spend on another kicker, but with two sixth-round picks, I think he can afford to do so.
Philadelphia Eagles: Kevin Payne, FS, Louisiana-Monroe
A very underrated free safety who could become Brian Dawkins' heir apparent.
New England Patriots: Blair Phillips, ILB, Oregon
More depth at linebacker. The Patriots cannot afford to be gassed against the Colts again.
Baltimore Ravens: Brandon Frye, OT, Virginia Tech
Baltimore needs all the help it can get on its offensive line.
Tennessee Titans: Jeff Rowe, QB, Nevada
A quality backup quarterback for Vince Young.
Washington Redskins: Jake Kuresa, G, BYU
With Derrick Dockery gone, the Redskins need support at guard.
Tennessee Titans: Derek Landri, DT, Notre Dame
Help for Tennessee's brittle defensive line.
Baltimore Ravens: Quinton Culberson, ILB, Mississippi State
There isn't much behind Ray Lewis and Bart Scott.
New England Patriots: Joe Newton, TE, Oregon State
How many picks do the Patriots have? Might as well take the best player available.
New England Patriots: Ryan Glasper, SS, Boston College
The Patriots love smart, team players like Ryan Glasper. Some dub him the next Rodney Harrison.
Davis is doing a very good job, for a young first year guy. The likelihood the Steelers use their 1st on Safety, with David & Mitchell locked-in as #1 & 2, is virtually zero. And, the Steelers took Leveon Bell in the 2nd Round & they aren't lookin' for a replacement anytime soon. It seems your predictions are driven more by desire to see certain guys fall to certain teams, rather than desire to actually get the predictions right. Realistically, apart from early picks at OLB or ILB, everything else would be a Depth-at-Position pick.