Teams needing help at quarterback in the 2016 NFL Draft will be left gambling on upside but scouts can take solace in a class potentially filled with difference-making defensive linemen. A baker's dozen make the cut in this updated mock draft, including for the Cleveland Browns and Tennessee Titans with the first two picks.
The Miami Dolphins made the big splash in free agency with the signing of defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and could see Georgia's Todd Gurley as the perfect draft day follow-up. Meanwhile if Philip Rivers is to remain in San Diego, protecting him with Wisconsin's record-breaking Melvin Gordon could be the key to success in the AFC West.
The Detroit Lions did not get instant impact from their 2014 first-round pick, TE Eric Ebron, and only five of their last 17 picks were starters at the end of last season. Following major personnel changes, how would you spend Detroit's six picks in the 2015 draft?