Teams swinging for the fences in the first round often come up empty, but a more measured, logical approach often results in better players drafted in later rounds. No one did that better Friday night than last year's Super Bowl opponents. Which other teams fared well in rounds two and three?
Ben Roethlisberger's best weapon entering the draft is former sixth-round pick WR Antonio Brown. With no cap space to shop bargains in free agency, GM Kevin Colbert is on the spot to deliver in spades in 2013.
Through three practices there doesn't appear to be a tight end worth a first- or second-round pick. That's not to say there isn't a good player or two in town, but it does suggest that the six tight ends we ranked aren't considered Top-75 players.