2. Washington Redskins - Also locked in with Robert Griffin III. Next!!
3. Minnesota Vikings - The Vikings have many needs and appear to be zeroing in on USC OT Matt Kalil as the best player available. Minnesota would love to trade out of this pick, but there seems to be limited interest in teams moving up at this point.
4. Cleveland Browns - Early mocks had Justin Blackmon in this spot, but Mike Holmgren is not big on drafting wide receivers high and Blackmon's stock seems to be fading a bit. This could be a spot for Ryan Tannehill if the Browns believe he is a definite upgrade on Colt McCoy. The best bet is that they get McCoy some help and add Trent Richardson to the offense. While running backs have seen a decline in stock recently, taking a can't miss prospect like Richardson comes with less risk now that rookie salaries have been tempered. Plus you get him for the first 4 years of his career before he is beat-up.
6. St. Louis Rams - The Rams already are winners in this draft after pilfering the Redskins (in a trade that looks good for both sides) and moving back only 4 slots. For a long-time there appeared to be a cut-and-dry top 6, but for some reason the stock of one Justin Blackmon has been falling a bit. This is what happens between January and April. If you saw Blackmon play the last two years, I don't see what the question is. There are rumors that the Rams are trying to trade down again or that they will address defensive tackle with this pick. I am not buying it. The Rams need a weapon for Sam Bradford and the pick has to be Blackmon.
7. Jacksonville Jaguars - This is where the fun is supposed to start, unless a trade up for Ryan Tannehill messes with the Top 6. The Jaguars have had a history of surprise picks, so trying to mock their intentions is an interesting exercise. The current momentum is that they are high on Melvin Ingram from South Carolina, who does fit a need for a pass-rush deficient defense. The devil's advocate says despite signing Laurent Robinson, they could really use more weapons to truly give Blaine Gabbert a fair evaluation if he is the future at quarterback. Michael Floyd has been moving up, almost pulling even with Blackmon on the WR board. I am sticking with Ingram right now, but Floyd is a possibility. (This is also a spot for a trade down with the Chiefs if they covet Tannehill enough.)
8. Miami Dolphins - The assumption is that Miami would love to have Ryan Tannehill here. There is also some rumblings that if they want him bad enough they should trade up to get him to prevent the #7 slot from being a trade target to steal him away. Personally, I don't see what all the fuss is about Tannehill. The one person who does know is new Dolphin OC Mike Sherman. If the Dolphins pass on him, either Sherman didn't sell hard enough or Sherman knows something. Right now, I think he is the pick here.