Is 2016 going to be a tough one again for the 49ers? Our Jamey Eisenberg takes a closer look at a stumbling San Francisco team.
The shakeup at the top of the draft with the Rams at No. 1 could sting the San Francisco 49ers most, considering their desire to land a top quarterback in the first round. Armed with 12 picks, what direction will first-year coach Chip Kelly suggest for San Francisco?
The stated goal -- becoming more physical -- should be a focus for the Redskins with the 21st overall pick, where upgrades at safety and middle linebacker will be difficult to pass up.
The defending AFC South champs have invested significantly in the offense, luring Osweiler and running back Lamar Miller to Houston. Pairing a speedy playmaker like Baylor's Corey Coleman with established star receiver DeAndre Hopkins could be the final step towards turning the Texans into legitimate conference contenders.
The need to inject some juice into the offense could force head coaches Hue Jackson (Cleveland) and Chip Kelly (San Francisco) to ignore the talent along the defensive line which is the strength of this class and instead gamble on possible saviors at the so-called skill-positions.
Facing questions in the front office, coaching staff and on the roster, the Browns opt for the "easy" choice on draft day.
If Buffalo is to stick with Tyrod Taylor as its quarterback, surrounding him with weapons is critical. Treadwell isn't a dynamic athlete like Sammy Watkins or Percy Harvin - which is why defensive-minded head coach Rex Ryan and his conservative offensive coordinator Mark Roman may love the Rebels' star.

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