The Steelers are allergic to flash on draft days. They make sensible, late-in-the-round picks and get out of the way. That was the case once again as the Steelers got good value and upgraded their defense with the 2016 NFL draft.
Bob Quinn has a good first draft by hitting his goals of finding protection for Matthew Stafford and the run game while also getting a long-term defensive tackle solution.
A wrap-up of the New Orleans Saints’ draft.Best move: The Saints’ best move was also their most boring – taking the guy that everyone predicted they would take in Round 1, Louisville DT Sheldon Rankins.
A wrap-up of the Dallas Cowboys draft:Best move: If the fourth overall pick in the draft isn’t he best move then something has gone wrong. The Cowboys believe Ezekiel Elliott can not only help the offense return to the form it had in 2014 when DeMarco Murray led the NFL in rushing with 1,845 yards, but help the defense mostly by keeping that unit off the field.
ALLEN PARK, Mich. – A wrap-up of the Detroit Lions draft.+ Best move: Bob Quinn did exactly what he set out to do at the start of the draft – find protection for Matthew Stafford.
With the 245th pick, the Cincinnati Bengals wrapped up their draft efforts by adding some back-end depth to their defense.My take: Clayton Fejedelem's name isn't the only thing that's unique about him.
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