2016 NFL Mock Draft: All-time New Orleans Saints players edition

zleto
facebooktwitterreddit
Prev
10 of 10
Next

<p>The Chiefs consider going for an offensive lineman here, but none really fit the position they need. Instead they opt for Frank Warren on defense. Mike DeVito is currently a starter next to Dontari Poe, but his age is catching up to him. There is not much depth behind him either. Jaye Howard played well at times last season, but he might function better as part of a rotation. Warren can help solidify that unit in the trenches.</p>. DE. Auburn. Frank Warren. 28. player. 124

Texas A&amp;M. Jerry Fontenot. 29. player. 32. <p>The Cardinals have done a good job of upgrading their roster this offseason, but their offensive line still needs help. Bobby Massie walked in free agency and they traded away Jonathan Cooper. Lyle Sendlein is one of the worst starting centers in the league and could stand to be upgraded on. Carson Palmer is not getting any younger, so he needs all the help he can get. Jerry Fontenot fills a big hole for the Cardinals.</p>. C/G

<p>The Panthers do not have a lot of weaknesses on their roster, but there are places that can be upgraded. Sean McDermott has somehow gotten more out of Kurt Coleman in his seventh season than any other coach was able to do before that. Carolina would be right by being skeptical of his ability to repeat his 2015 success. Even if Coleman maintains his solid play, Roman Harper’s time in the NFL is coming to an end and there is not much else behind those guys. Waymer would be an upgrade over either of those players. He is much better in coverage than he is around the line of scrimmage, but with guys like Drew Brees, Matt Ryan, and Jameis Winston in your division, you can never have too many good cover guys.</p>. FS. Notre Dame. Dave Waymer. 30. player. 87

31. player. 45. <p>The Broncos get their quarterback, and “The Cajun Cannon” Bobby Hebert gets his supporting cast at last. Denver is reeling at the quarterback position right now with Mark Sanchez sitting atop their depth chart. Colin Kaepernick may find himself in the fold before long, but with the way he has regressed, he may not be much of an upgrade either. Hebert would have a field day throwing to guys like Emmanuel Sanders and Demaryius Thomas. He might be an upgrade over what the Broncos had at the position last year.</p>. QB. Northwestern State (LA). Bobby Hebert

facebooktwitterreddit