Cincinnati and Detroit take two possible Miami draft choices
The Falcons have started this offseason by hiring a new head coach and general manager, and while they have stayed committed to Matt Ryan, this could soon possibly chance.
Similar to Wilson, there are fears that Lance played a weak schedule and was really only a starting quarterback for one season. But in his one season he threw for over 3,000 yards, rushed for over 1,000 yards and threw zero interceptions. The talent is there and sitting for a season could benefit the young quarterback.
This one is one of the easier picks, as long as Sewell remains on the board. The Bengals lost Joe Burrow, the number one overall pick in 2020, to a torn ACL midway through the 2020 NFL season so his protection is of priority.
Sewell is viewed as a generational talent at the offensive tackle position with the ability to play both right and left. He would immediately play a major role for the Bengals and could help the team improve with Burrow at the helm.
After trading Carson Wentz the Eagles are going to trust the team in Jalen Hurts hand. While the offensive struggles to stay healthy, adding Surtain II could be a possibility.
An idea given to me by a good friend of mine, having a secondary featuring Surtain and Slay could counteract the talent wideouts in the NFC North. The team could add talented wideouts later in the draft, need be, but not a corner quite as talented as Surtain II.
A new era in Detroit is set to begin after the team traded Matthew Stafford for two first round picks and Jared Goff. The team is also set to lose Kenny Golladay and Marvin Jones in free agency.
Adding Chase would give them one of the top wideouts in the draft and immediately give Goff a tremendous weapon. After his sensational sophomore season, Chase has been projected a top-10 pick in 2021 and fits the billing as a number one wideout from the start of his professional career.