@footballfan16 This is based off of my power rankings where I went week by week with each teams schedules trying to guess what their end of the year record would be. It is on the site, I tried to put the url in the description, but it wouldn't save.
@Punk Ass Jerry My order is based off the power rankings I did for this site. I tried to put the url in the description, but it won't save. As for the Bucs they play a sort of difficult schedule also I think the defense will take a bit of a dip without Lovie Smith. Also I suspect Winston will have a sophomore slump like so many quarterbacks in recent seasons. I also just don't trust them outside of a Super Bowl run more than 10 years ago they have been a dysfunctional mess their whole history. We just saw Ramsey go top 5 and he is probably best as a safety so why not find one for the Bucs who has Chris Conte starting in one spot....ew. I don't believe that a there is a certain order to who should go where smart teams take the guy they want no matter where they pick. If he works out no one will care where he was picked 3 years from now.
Summary: Rahim Moore stood out in the 2009 campaign when he intercepted 10 passes and sort of coasted home the following year with only one. Still, that standout season showcased his ability to get his hands on the football which is a key element to the free safety position. He will benefit from being part of a soft crop of safeties, but has to muscle up if he is going to be an elite safety in the pros.