National Football Post has Bears drafting ND WR Floyd
1. Indianapolis Colts: QB Andrew Luck: Stanford
The Colts look like the worst team in the NFL without QB Peyton Manning and Luck is the nation’s consensus number one overall pick. He seems like the ideal candidate to replace Manning when it’s all said and done.
2. Seattle Seahawks: QB Matt Barkley: USC
The Seahawks look to be once again in the market for a franchise quarterback.
3. Kansas City Chiefs: OT Matt Kalil: USC
An NFL ready tackle who can come in and give the Chiefs some much needed talent and overall versatility up front.
4. St. Louis Rams: WR Alshon Jeffery: South Carolina
QB Sam Bradford doesn’t have much in the terms of talent to throw to and Jeffery has the skill set to mature into that big time threat.
5. Miami Dolphins: QB Landry Jones: Oklahoma
It’s a quarterback driven league and it doesn’t look like the Dolphins have that guy at this stage.
6. Minnesota Vikings: OT Jonathan Martin: Stanford
Minnesota thinks they have their quarterback of the future in Christian Ponder, so they’re going to need a big body on the left side to protect him.
7. Cleveland Browns: DE Quinton Coples: North Carolina
The Browns need an X-factor in their front seven and Coples can be that guy.
8. Cincinnati Bengals: RB Trent Richardson: Alabama
If you want to win in the AFC North, you need to be able to play some power football. No running back in the draft offers a better size/speed combo than Richardson.
9. Denver Broncos: CB Morris Claiborne: LSU
Denver can’t cover anyone in the back half and Claiborne offers them a potential big play press cover man in round one.
10. Jacksonville Jaguars: WR Justin Blackmon: Oklahoma State
The Jags need to give their rookie QB Blaine Gabbert some weapons to throw to on offense and Blackmon is a great piece to build around.
11. Arizona Cardinals: OT Riley Reiff: Iowa
Arizona has a nice nucleus of talent on the offensive side of the ball, so it’s imperative they give those weapons enough time to function up front.
12. Carolina Panthers: DE Donte Paige-Moss: North Carolina
The Panthers need to improve the talent in their front seven and despite being raw, Paige-Moss has as much upside as anyone in the class.
13. Chicago Bears: WR Michael Floyd: Notre Dame
Floyd is the kind of big wide out who can win in the three-step game and give the Bears the much needed big time talent at wide out they need.
14. San Francisco 49ers: CB Dre Kirkpatrick: Alabama
There isn’t a ton of talent in the San Fran secondary and adding a guy like Kirkpatrick who can come in and help out from day one would be ideal.
15. Philadelphia Eagles: DT Alameda Ta’amu: Washington
The Eagles struggle vs. the run and it all starts from their inability to anchor inside, which is Ta’amu’s strength.
16. Tennessee Titans: OG David DeCastro: Stanford
An instant plug-and-play type prospect who has the skill set to mature into one of the better guards in the NFL.
I don't think we'll be picking at 13 though