Falcons – Keanu Neal
A second pick on the bounce that remains the same. Good value even with the injury issues. (Original pick: Keanu Neal).
Colts – Ryan Kelly
Three on the spin remain the same! Kelly is an integral part of one of the top O-lines in the NFL. An important and wise draft choice. (Original pick: Ryan Kelly).
Bills – Yannick Ngakoue
Shaq Lawson underwhelmed in Buffalo and Yannick Ngakoue has delivered beyond all expectations as one of the leading sack artists in the NFL since being drafted by Jacksonville in the third round. Hindsight is a wonderful thing! (Original pick: Shaq Lawson).
Jets – Cory Littleton
Unheralded within the national consensus, Littleton has been an exceptional playmaker for the Rams before leaving for Oakland this off season.
Littleton was undrafted in 2016 but became a second-team All-Pro selection in 2018 and was named to the Pro-Bowl. (Original pick: Darron Lee).
Texans – Tyreek Hill
Will Fuller has been okay for Houston but is injury prone and Tyreek Hill is an elite and durable version of Fuller. (Original pick: Will Fuller).
Redskins – Derrick Henry
Robert Kelley rumbled for a cumbersome 704 yards in 2016 for Washington. Need we say anymore? (Original pick: Josh Doctson).
Vikings – Cody Whitehair
This pick may still have been a receiver as we were yet to discover what Adam Thielen was about to turn into, but hindsight is golden and the Vikings address a terrible offensive line that was headlined by Branson Fusco and simply could not protect poor old Sam Bradford. (Original pick: Laquon Treadwell).