There are two major questions that have not been answered in the 2014 NFL draft. There are two teams that are pushing off a glaring need. Almost every team has found a very good player in the first three rounds, but two teams have turned their back so to speak on their biggest need.
The Houston Texans have three quarterbacks on their roster, and all three have started and done well in the NFL. Ryan Fitzpatrick, T.J. Yates and Case Keenum are competing for the top spot, but remember not many quarterbacks turn out to be great after the second round. The team could trade for a veteran such as Ryan Mallett or Kirk Cousins. The team could also take the best guy remaining, which is either Tom Savage of Pittsburgh or AJ McCarron of Alabama.
The next team that is slacking when it comes to drafting a need is the Cleveland Browns. They drafted a very good quarterback, but they have totally avoided a wide receiver. They wer so focused on finding their QB, I don’t thibk they paid any attention to their weapons for Johnny Football.
The Browns are likely to be without Josh Gordon due to being suspended the entire year for violating policies and procedures, and yesterday in pracrice Nate Burleson the guy the signed via free agency broke his arm. I am telling you, the Browns had a chance to draft Marqise Lee from USC and they passed on him to draft Joel Bitonio.
Both these teams better wake up, or they could blow another year.