Green Bay replaced Capers with Mike Pettine as their new defensive coordinator. He plans on tranistioning Green Bay's defense from a 3-4 base to a hybrid defense that operates both 3-4 and 4-3 players. If Green Bay takes Marcus Davenport at 14 it could signal a transition to the 4-3 sooner rather than later.
Green Bay kicks off the fourth round with Wake Forest defensive end Duke Ejiofor. He can be a situational pass rusher in Green Bay where he's only used on 4-3 plays until Green Bay gets more players that can play in a 4-3 defense becuase outside of Kenny Clark, Montravius Adams, and Blake Martinez the Packers, have no other guys on that defense that can play the 4-3 effectively outside of those three so if the Packers want to play a hybrid defense they will have to add a player who compliments a 4-3 really well like Duke Ejiofor here.
The Buccaneers get a running back to replace Doug Martin here. Kalen Ballage has aced every part of the draft process whether its the 2018 Senior Bowl, the 2018 NFL Combine, or Arizona State's 2018 NFL Pro Day where he ran a 4.35 40-yard dash.
Indianapolis has Quincy Wilson as their number one field cornerback their 2017 second round pick. Isaac Yiadom is talented enough to beat out Nate Hairston for the boundary cornerback job complimenting Quincy Wilson as a number two corner in Indianapolis.
Chicago has Charles Leno Jr. at left tackle, Cody Whitehair at left guard, Hroniss Grasu at center, Kyle Long at right guard, and Bobbie Massie at right tackle. Wyatt Teller can play left guard and Whitehair can move to center if Grassu gets injured again in 2018.
Denver gets a 3-4 middle linebacker for depth here. Darius Leonard is a great depth player and I don't trust Su'a Cravens in Denver. Leonard was a tackling machine on tape and had a good Senior Bowl week too even though he didn't make the splash you wanted him to in Mobile.
New York gets more competition for the slot receiver job. Outside of Terrell Pryor and Roby Anderson who does Rosen have to throw to. None of the rookie receivers that the Jets had the last three years have emerged into stars so they just have to keep adding weapons until Rosen has the to targets to succeed.
The Oakland Raiders get a right guard for depth that would be starting right away on any other offensive line that had issues at right guard. There isn't a right tackle worth taking here so Oakland grabs depth at guard instead by taking the best offensive lineman on the board.
Denver wide receiver depth here. They got three short-term wide receivers who can start with Demaryius Thomas, Emmanuel Sanders, and Carlos Henderson in the slot. Tre'Quan Smith is someone who can replace Cody Lattimer and develop under Thomas and Sanders for a couple of years before becoming a great starter down the road.
The Browns get a starting defensive tackle here. Nathan Shepherd out of Fort Hays State has second round tape. The small school defensive tackle falls to day 3 where the Browns get a massive steal and immediate starter at defensive tackle.
Dallas grabs the top left guard. Skyler Phillips is available and while he struggled at left tackle at Idaho State, he'd do much better if he got kicked inside to left guard. Dallas needs a left guard so they get Phillips here.
Detroit gets Tahir Whitehead's replacement here. Jeff Holland was a sack artist at Auburn despite having a really poor 2018 NFL Combine. He provides fantastic value for Patricia's hybrid defense here though.
Baltimore takes the best player on the board. Josey Jewell has four consecutive seasons of over 120 tackles at Iowa despite having some durability concerns. He's better than Correa when healthy so this is an awesome value pick for the Ravens.
San Francisco grabs a middle linebacker for depth. Kiser has all the tools to be a great linebacker. He just needs to learn to win blocks and hit the weight room. In fact in this situation, he could start sooner than later if Reuben Foster screws up again or draws the Go To Jail card.
Philadelphia gets outside linebacker depth. Jerome Baker is talented enough to start right now, but since the Eagles have both of their outside linebackers back under contract he gets to be used in a depth role at outside linebacker.
The Dolphins get a middle linebacker here. Malik Jefferson lacks the instincts of a starting middle linebacker and does a poor job wrapping up tackles. There are also questions about his passion and committment to the game of football. He's even skipped practices. The questions about Malik Jefferson that scouts have are completely legitimate and are actually much worse than what most casual fans believe.
Green Bay got this compensation pick at 133 thanks to T.J. Lang signing with Detroit. The Packers haven't taken a slot receiver to pair with Randall Cobb and DaVante Adams. Deontay Burnett is still there.
New York got this compensation pick at 135 thanks to Jonathan Hankins signing with Indianapolis. New York traded this pick to the Rams for Alec Ogletree since teams can trade compensation picks. Timon Parris gives the Rams a depth player on the offensive line and a potential successor to Andrew Whitworth down the road.
New England got this compensation pick at 136 thanks to Jabaal Sheard signing with Indianapolis. However, the Los Angeles Rams got this compensation pick thanks to the Brandin Cooks trade. JC Jackson could be a good starter down the road. He gets to learn behind veterans like Aqib Talib and Sam Shields during his rookie season.
Dallas got this compensation pick at 137 thanks to Ronald Leary signing with Denver. They get Levi Wallace to compliment Chidobe Awuzie at boundary cornerback. Jourdan Lewis can remain in the nickel role giving Dallas an effective trio of cornerbacks.