I am so starved for intellectual posts that contain optimism. The OP is on to something worth considering.
If we wanted a QB in the draft, we might have to move up and take the third best. Signing Bridgewater is smart. Now we can draft a qb next year or the year after.
People do not realize that we have addressed the needs on offense. Pretty much all of them. The OL is the big question mark, but we are better at LT (Okung and a second-year Little), LG (Do not underestimate Reed--he is not a star, but he is serviceable; Daley is also in play), C (a healthy Paradis and Larsen in a better system), RG (We drop a little, but not much. Kerr can hold his own), and RT is Moton. I think we are solid at TE.
So we improved at 3 OL positions, stayed the same at 1, and dropped a bit at 1.
At WR, do not be surprised to see how much the Jets misused Robby Anderson. Getting the ball on time to Moore--with what he can do after the catch---scary. Samuel will be used better. We have 3-4 others that should be on our roster. We are much better, and we could draft one.
At RB---CMC, yes. Davis. We kept him on the roster last year for a reason. I think he becomes our #2. Scarlett and Bonnefon are going for #3. Good depth.
Not sure Armah stays.
And at QB, we should be interesting to say the least---however, I doubt we go QB this year.
So in the draft, we might draft an OL (C) late. We might not.
On defense, we have done NOTHING at CB, NOTHING much at LB, and we have 2 DT openings.
We are CERTAINLY drafting a CB, MLB, DT, NT, and S in this draft.
Maybe a WR and an OL.
We have 8 picks, maybe more if we trade.
I am done.