Young made up for his limited passing pop and the Titans not giving him the full reins with his early splash as a big-time runner.
Good things came to both player and team who waited. Rodgers improved in his time as a backup, putting his rocket arm and athleticism together into the complete package when he finally got his chance.
The Chargers already have a good edge rush with Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram, but it doesn’t hurt to pile strength on strength as they continue their march to become Sacksonville West.
The Eagles take the explosive, athletic receiver named after the rival Cowboys before the rival Cowboys. Philadelphia saw Trey Burton leave as a free agent and needed a pass-catching complement to Zach Ertz. Goedert can excel in that role.
Williams will be a developmental backup at first with La’el Collins still figuring out his best position, left guard or right tackle, and Cameron Fleming as a free-agent fallback for the latter position. The in-state product has first-round upside.
Ryan keeps playing at a high, healthy level, so Schaub hasn’t been needed, but his starting experience and former backup time in Atlanta behind Michael Vick makes him a desired veteran in a pinch. Benkert, a Virginia product like Schaub, can push Grayson as an undrafted free agent with better pro upside than college production.
The Colts will stay with him as a contingency plan should more health issues arise for Luck. Kaaya, a Lions sixth-round draft pick in 2017, is a worthy No. 3 project for Frank Reich.
Knows how to sense a trap game. Good pilot and better leader. Half amphibian, half squid, all heart.
A jittery little thing that has great bravery for its size. Speaks unintelligibly, but carries a big stick. Intangibles are off the charts. Best Ewok available.
Fluent in over six million forms of communication. Very polished, especially after an oil bath, but still can be a bit skittish. Can be picked apart too easily at times.
Has a bounty of talent. Comes from a Mandalorian-style offense. But also find a clone in a later round. Can lose his head in clutch situations.
Never stops, until he takes his best shot. Loyal friend until the end.