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Just as Andrew Luck helped the Colts replace Peyton Manning, Kansas State linebacker Arthur Brown can help Baltimore move on from Ray Lewis.
Retaining CB DeAngelo Hall wasn't a long-term solution to the chronic issue haunting Jim Haslett's defense -- the inability to cover downfield against spread formations. In takeaway-minded Phillip Thomas, GM Bruce Allen might have finally found a suitable replacement for the late Sean Taylor.
While not as athletic as the quarterbacks Chip Kelly featured at Oregon, Matt Barkley's intelligence, quick set-up and delivery and accuracy (especially on the move) make him an intriguing fit in high-tempo attack that already boasts plenty of playmakers.
He has four quarterbacks with first-round grades, but Rob Rang rates linemen Jadeveon Clowney and Jake Matthews the best prospects for 2014. Big Board
While QB Eli Manning may get most of the credit, the Giants' talented defensive line has played a critical role in winning two of the last six Super Bowls. Developing the former Aggies' star could put the Giants in the familiar position of competing for another title soon.
The top-tier senior prospects like Taylor Lewan, CJ Mosley and Anthony Barr are well known, but there are several potential breakout candidates on the NFL radar
Jerry Jones didn't just invest millions in Tony Romo -- he also dedicated several of his team's 2013 draft selections towards aiding his quarterback, including nabbing the big-play receiver who could be the perfect addition to Dallas' aggressive offense.
The top-tier senior prospects like Taylor Lewan, C.J. Mosley and Anthony Barr are well known, but there are several potential breakout candidates on the NFL radar.
All the hype is surrounding QB Geno Smith, but guard Brian Winters, selected with the Jets' next pick, will play the more critical role for New York as a rookie.
The Patriots hit it big with two former Marshall receivers in Randy Moss and Troy Brown. Does second-round pick Aaron Dobson have the combination of size, speed to give Tom Brady the vertical option this offense is missing?
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