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Brooks mock draft 6.0: Browns bolster line with Tunsil

This is a tightly contested debate between Wentz and Jared Goff, but in this scenario I say Jeff Fisher sticks with the blueprint. If you remember, years ago he took Steve McNair out of Alcorn State. He was a small-school standout. He sat for a couple years and developed into a franchise quarterback. With the Rams, you have similar surrounding pieces in place with a big-time running back in Todd Gurley and a playmaker in Tavon Austin.

Put Tunsil at right tackle with Joe Thomas at left tackle, and you're now solid up front. The Browns can get a quarterback at the top of the second round.

The Chargers will get more athletic up front with somebody who can play the five-technique. Buckner gives the Chargers pass-rushing ability from the inside. Buckner is the right fit.

Put a hard-hitting, high-energy guy in Rod Marinelli's defensive scheme, and you can get after the quarterback. Bosa also has the flexibility to move inside. When you think of this defense, they need hunters at the point of attack.

Ramsey is a lockdown corner you put on the outside, and he fills a huge void for the Jaguars. The Jaguars are now secure on the edges.

The Ravens miss Ray Lewis, and all the energy and things that he brought. Jack could be a suitable replacement for Lewis.

They take Stanley and put him at right tackle to help the team get back to being solid up front. Chip Kelly can figure out the quarterback situation with Blaine Gabbert and Colin Kaepernick.

Here's a perfect scenario for the Eagles with Goff falling to them. He is an ideal fit for this offense with his quick-rhythm passing. Doug Pederson does a great job developing quarterbacks, and the Eagles desperately need somebody who can be the face of the franchise. Goff can be that guy.

Lawson is the ideal playmaker to team with Gerald McCoy. Put him on the edges, and allow him to hunt quarterbacks.

Dodd can play in a rotation with Jason Pierre-Paul, and perhaps Dodd will be his replacement down the line.

John Fox can't resist adding a feisty cover corner with sound technical skills and a high football IQ.

The penetrating defensive tackle would give the Saints an active three-technique to place alongside Cameron Jordan on the line.

The Ohio State standout would give the Dolphins an electric runner to build around.

The Raiders could take a chance on the ultra-talented interior rusher despite his disappointing sack production as a collegian.

The team picks the former walk-on to serve as the right tackle opposite Taylor Lewan.

The Lions need to find a young, disruptive defensive tackle to fill a void in the middle.

Floyd's versatility as a second-level defender (pass rusher/run-and-chase playmaker) could make him an enticing option for the Falcons.

Protecting Andrew Luck is the Colts' top priority after watching the team fail to make the playoffs without their leader under center.

Rex Ryan builds his defense around the big bodies in the trenches. Reed is a destructive force with the size, athleticism and energy to wreak havoc from multiple spots on the interior.

The Jets finally land their franchise quarterback of the future when they snag Lynch at this point.

The Redskins need to find a young WR1 to help Kirk Cousins grow as a playmaker.

The Texans want to add a speed receiver to the lineup to alleviate some of the coverage on DeAndre Hopkins.

Mike Zimmer would love to add another playmaking linebacker to the mix to put the finishing touches on a dominant defensive unit.

The Bengals nab an explosive WR2 to play opposite A.J. Green.

Jackson fits the prototype (long and athletic) of the cornerbacks the Steelers typically covet.

After losing Bruce Irvin in free agency, the Seahawks could use another designated pass rusher to play a key role in their sub-packages.

With Clay Matthews slated to return to his OLB spot, the Packers need a communicative "thumper" in the middle of the defense.

After losing Sean Smith during free agency, the Chiefs could go after the Ohio State standout to fill the void on the perimeter.

The feisty cover corner would fill an immediate need as a potential starter/nickel corner in the lineup.

Despite Charles Johnson's return, the Panthers need to find a reliable pass rusher in the draft.

John Elway fortifies the Broncos' championship defense with a rugged interior defender who has a non-stop motor and sneaky athleticism.

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