The Packers are dominating opposing offensive lines while Dallas is mauling opposing defensive fronts
There are more players at QB and DE than any other position, while the NFC West leads the way with the most representatives
Eddie Lacy will no longer be the butt of your fat jokes.
The Raiders have their quarterback and wide receiver of the future with Derek Carr and Amari Cooper, but what about at running back? Ohio State's Ezekiel Elliott would give Oakland their own version of the triplets.
In a defensive-heavy draft class, the Bears need to address their numerous holes on defense, including at linebacker where the speed of Darron Lee would be a natural fit.
If Calvin Johnson follows through with his retirement plans, the Detroit Lions will be in the market for a new No. 1 receiver. And if Laquon Treadwell is still available with the 16th pick, he would be a natural fit for the Lions' offense.
The Cowboys have drafted a pass rusher in the second round each of the last two years, but Bosa is a different type of rush end than Demarcus Lawrence and Randy Gregory and instantly upgrades the Cowboys' rush attack.
One of the top football factories at the college level, Ohio State has its eyes on the first round record, which the Miami Hurricanes set in the 2004 NFL Draft with six selections. The Buckeyes are aiming for seven. Or more.
How do the Panthers and Broncos match up financially at each position?
The offensive identity of the Giants centers around the passing game, but new head coach Ben McAdoo hopes to achieve better balance and consistency in the run game, making Ohio State's Ezekiel Elliott a natural fit for New York in the top-10.

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