Pittsburgh has one of the most talented rosters in the league. Where they do lack is in the secondary.
The team added veteran safety Morgan Burnett from the Packers this offseason, but adding a talented safety like Reid can certainly help them. He is smart and can make plays on the back end. The linebacking corps took a step backwards with the injury to Ryan Shazier last season, and Reid could help make up for some of the lost production.
The Steelers are in win-now mode and Reid could step in and make an immediate impact. (Stephen)
Previous Pick: Jaire Alexander
These young Jaguars are scary. Defensively they have the Pro-Bowl quality depth at all three levels. Offensively they have a feared run game, while their passing games leaves a lot to be desired (looking at you, Blake). Bortles needs more time than usual to complete passes, so I believe they look to draft a tackle early.
The signing of Andrew Norwell will help Williams in his transition to the next level. He will have one of the best guards in football to help him set protections and pick up blitzes. (Justin)
Previous Pick: Calvin Ridley
Minnesota has one of the best cornerbacks in the league in Xavier Rhodes. The team needs to upgrade on the other side of the field to help complete one of the best defenses in the NFL.
Currently, the ageless wonder in Terence Newman is manning the Vikings secondary along with Trae Waynes, but the team could look at Alexander to be an upgrade down the road. He can step in and play in the slot year one and eventually move to the outside with the more experience he gets. (Stephen)
Previous Pick: Isaiah Wynn