The Reality: Chiefs CB Marcus Peters���s Value Is Unmatched

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Eric Kendricks, LB, UCLA

The Titans scoop up one of the most productive and disruptive players in all of college football.


Tampa Bay

Preston Smith, DE, Mississippi State

The Buccaneers need an edge-rusher, and Smith is grossly underrated.



Devin Funchess, WR, Michigan

The Raiders bring in a huge target in Funchess for quarterback Derek Carr.



T.J. Clemmings, OT, Pitt

Jacksonville gets excellent value with the athletic and talented Clemmings.


New York Jets

Eli Harold, LB, Virginia 

For all the talent on the Jets defense, pass-rushing outside linebacker is one spot that can use an upgrade. Harold offers a solid pass-rushing threat on the outside.



Marcus Peters, CB ,Washington

There’s no way the talented Peters should fall this far, but for this exercise, the Redskins get perhaps the best value of the draft.



Jalen Collins, CB, LSU

Last season, the Bears drafted a cornerback in the first round. This year, they get him a running mate in the second.


New York Giants

Paul Dawson, LB, TCU

The Giants love linebackers who can move, and Dawson seems to always be near the football.


St. Louis

Maxx Williams, TE, Minnesota

You can never have enough weapons on offense, so St. Louis picks a player with so much untapped potential in Williams.



Jake Fisher, OT, Oregon

With how poorly the Falcons' offensive line played in 2014, bringing in Fisher to play opposite Jake Matthews makes all kinds of sense. 



Brett Hundley, QB, UCLA

Here’s to hoping that this quarterback selection for the Browns works out better than their last one. 


New Orleans

Cedric Ogbuehi, OT, Texas A&M

He may not be ready this season, but the Texas A&M star is the answer at right tackle for this team down the road. 



Sammie Coates, WR, Auburn

The Vikings get a deep threat for quarterback Teddy Bridgewater with the talented and athletic Coates.


San Francisco

Shaq Thompson, LB, Washington

San Francisco has multiple holes at linebacker, and Thompson is the type of talent who can play all over the field.



Byron Jones, CB, UConn

Miami fills a void on defense with the uber-athletic Jones. 


San Diego

Benardrick McKinney, LB, Mississippi State

Considering where this pick happens, the Chargers might have gotten the best value in the round.


Kansas City

Devin Smith, WR, Ohio State

If quarterback Alex Smith can get the ball deep, Smith will be there waiting for it.



Denzel Perryman, LB, Miami

If the Bills want to add a physical presence in the middle of that defense, Perryman is the enforcer they need.



P.J. Williams, CB, FSU

The Texans move to the defensive side of the football and add a playmaker in Williams.



A.J. Cann, OG, South Carolina

Not exactly an exciting pick, but Cann will help the Eagles from the very first snap. 



Ronald Darby, CB, FSU

Cincinnati gets a running mate for last year’s first-round cornerback, Darqueze Dennard.



Carl Davis, DT, Iowa

The Lions get a nice replacement for Nick Fairley with the powerful Davis.



Hau’oli Kikaha, LB, Washington

Arizona gets an incredibly prolific outside linebacker prospect in Kikaha.



Alex Carter, CB, Stanford

Carter excels in zone and off-man coverage, which makes him a great fit for the Steelers.



Tevin Coleman, RB, Indiana

After letting DeAngelo Williams leave, the Panthers draft a running back to replace him.



Duke Johnson, RB, Miami

The Ravens have some interesting running backs, but none who can carry the load like Johnson.



Michael Bennett, DT, Ohio State

Offensive line in the first and defensive line in the second with the talented yet inconsistent Bennett.



Ameer Abdullah, RB, Nebraska

Adbullah is a great fit for the Cowboys with his ability to cut and get up the field.



Danielle Hunter, LB, LSU

With the Colts' linebacker situation, drafting Hunter and letting him sit and learn for a year makes a ton of sense.


Green Bay

Quinten Rollins, CB, Miami (OH)

Cornerback isn’t a top need, but the athletic Rollins is too good to pass up here.



Jordan Phillips, DT, Oklahoma

The Seahawks love multiple fronts, and a 329-pound man who can move like Phillips (5.17-second 40-yard dash) would be an excellent fit.


New England

Rashad Greene, WR, FSU 

Tom Brady needs a reliable target who can get chunks of yards, and Greene is terribly underrated.

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The Reality: Chiefs CB Marcus Peters���s Value Is Unmatched


The Reality: Chiefs CB Marcus Peters���s Value Is Unmatched