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In 2012, Arizona had arguably the NFL’s worst offensive line. They took baby steps in 2013, but it‘s far from a finished product. The return of last year’s first-round pick Jonathan Cooper will help, but the Cardinals should look to upgrade both tackle spots. As a group, Arizona’s tight ends played well, but their offense would take a step forward if they had a tight end capable of drawing attention away from their receivers. A cornerback opposite of Patrick Peterson and a young pass rusher to develop behind John Abraham would solidify the defense.
Team Needs: CB, OLB, OT, & TE
San Francisco 49ers
It’s time San Francisco begins searching for running back Frank Gore’s replacement. Many believe Marcus Lattimore is that guy, but Lattimore’s suffered two knee injuries since 2011, so I’m not sure head coach Jim Harbaugh wants to put all his eggs in that basket. San Francisco’s offense would become even more difficult to defend with a deep threat at receiver. The defense could use depth along the defensive line and in the secondary.
Team Needs: DL, CB, RB, & WR
As was evident in Super Bowl XLVIII, Seattle has one of the league’s best defenses, so they’ll focus their effort on upgrading their offense. Last year, the offensive line displayed signs of regression. Upgrades at right tackle and at guard are possible. Despite what their current receivers may think, the Seahawks could use more talent at the position. A pass-catching tight end would also serve them well.
Team Needs: OG, RT, TE, & WR
St. Louis Rams
Even if Tavon Austin develops into a star receiver, St. Louis must continue to add pieces around quarterback Sam Bradford. An outside threat at receiver and a dynamic tight end are possibilities with their first-round picks. The Rams also need to keep Bradford upright. Perhaps the best way to accomplish that is to re-sign Rodger Saffold and move him to guard. This would open the door for St. Louis to draft a tackle with the No. 2 overall pick. Unless you count the drafting of T.J. McDonald, St. Louis neglected the safety position last off-season. It would be unwise to repeat that mistake.
Team Needs: OT, S, WR, & TE