Both Super Bowl teams take wideouts to round out the first round
The Packers need to give Aaron Rodgers another top level wideout in order to hopefully make it to another Super Bowl. At 5-foot-9, Moore is a bit undersized, but with his sub-4.30 40-speed and his above average route running, he becomes the perfect player for this Packers offense.
The Bills will be looking to replace Matt Milano and Collins would be a solid choice to do so. After being named college football’s top defensive player in 2020, Collins showed that he could be an absolute playmaker from the linebacker spot. Pair him with Tremaine Edmunds and you have an elite linebacker duo.
The Chiefs offensive line was an issue in the Super Bowl, but they should get all of their injured offensive lineman back in 2021. With that in mind, the team has to make a decision on Sammy Watkins, adding Bateman would give them another big bodied wideout for Patrick Mahomes that would open things up for Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce, and the run game.
It is possible that the Buccaneers lose Chris Godwin in free agency this year, giving them a hole at the position. When you think about it, they don’t have any major holes on their roster, adding Toney will allow them to get cheaper and younger at the wideout position while still relying on both Antonio Brown and Mike Evans.