The two playoff teams from the NFC West both need help in the middle of the field, Seattle on offense, L.A. on defense. Elsewhere, "need" is a relative term as San Francisco searches for a pass-rusher, but an absolute in Arizona's secondary.
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It's hard to find needs on a team that won the Super Bowl and brings back all 22 starters. The Saints, however need receivers, while the Falcons and Panthers both need defensive help.
Ryan Fitzpatrick is the latest "he'll do for now" quarterback for the Washington Football Team, but are there other options available? Elsewhere in the NFC East, the Cowboys need safeties, the Eagles need linebackers, and the Giants need help on the offensive line.
The two-time defending conference champions and one of their stronger division rivals both need help in the defensive front. Elsewhere in the AFC West, the Raiders need offensive linemen and the Broncos are still searching for a quarterback.
Offense is the order of the day in this division. The Texans need running backs, the Jaguars need tight ends, and the Titans need receivers. As for the Colts, they'd better have a backup plan in case Carson Wentz really is toast.
While the Ohio teams both have weaknesses along their defensive lines, the Steelers need help in their secondary and Ravens could use more talent on the offensive line.
Our post-draft examination of NFL teams begins on the East Coast, where the Bills and Dolphins need offensive linemen, the Jets need edge rushers, and the Patriots need some receivers for Cam Newton and/or Mac Jones.