Last updated 23 January 2021

Houston Texans

  1. IOL – This Texans offensive line was terrible in 2020, giving up more than 3 sacks per game of Deshaun Watson. They simply have to get better if they’re going to stand any chance of being better in 2021. 

  2. EDGE – JJ Watt is still a force when it comes to rushing the passer, but drafting a young rusher to line up opposite him may very well be high on the agenda of a team looking to improve the third worst defense in the league. 

  3. TE – This offense gets very little production from its tight ends, so finding themselves an upgrade at this position who can come in and start on day one would be a huge benefit. 

Indianapolis Colts

  1. QB – Phillip Rivers may well not be back next year and its clear the Colts are not sold on Jacoby Brissett as a full time starter. They could make a run at Nick Foles in free agency, but drafting a signal caller could also be the way forward for Indy.

  2. EDGE – This is a defense that relies upon its interior, led by DeForest Buckner, getting pressure first and foremost. Adding some speed and power off the edge will help the Colts defense get even better.

  3. OT – The retirement of Anthony Castonzo leaves a big hole to be filled at left tackle, and with no obvious candidate on the roster already this could be a position the Colts look to target through the draft.

Jacksonville Jaguars

  1. QB – This list might be easier if we talked about what the Jags don’t need…but finding a quarterback has to be the new Head Coach’s number one priority with the #1 overall pick that this team “earned”. 

  2. OT – The next thing Jacksonville would be wise to do would be to protect the investment it will be making with that first overall pick. 

  3. CB – Go on, name me a single member of this Jaguars secondary that would be worthy of a starting position on any other NFL team. Upgrading at corner is the first of many steps this defense needs to take. 

Tennessee Titans

  1. EDGE – The signing of Jadeveon Clowney has so far not borne fruit for the Titans, with him failing to notch even half a sack in the 8 games he played before landing on IR. Adding teeth to a struggling pass rush has to be a priority for this defense. 

  2. WR – In AJ Brown, the Titans finally look like they might have found a starting-caliber wideout they can rely on. The next task for Tennessee is finding someone to play opposite him and start giving opponents matchup nightmares. 

  3. DL – After trading away Jurrell Casey the Titans could do with adding some beef to their defensive line.
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