13 - Los Angeles Rams: Jared Verse, EDGE/Florida State
The Los Angeles Rams are another team that could use more help in the pass rush, having only generated 21 sacks so far this season and a pressure percentage of 19.3. Even if his numbers have backtracked somewhat this season, Verse’s presence will help reinvigorate the Rams pass rush.
14 - Las Vegas: Chop Robinson, EDGE/Penn State
The Las Vegas Raiders are right down there with the Rams in pressure percentage at 17.7 percent, despite logging a respectable 27 sacks. Robinson’s presence will help Vegas generate more pressures, which could transform this pass rush into one of the NFL’s best.
15 - Indianapolis: Keon Coleman, WR/Florida State
It’s time to give quarterback Anthony Richardson a real playmaker at receiver, as neither Michael Pittman Jr. nor Josh Downs have shown big-play ability, even if they are sure handed targets. They will also open things up for a potential playmaker like Coleman, giving the Indianapolis Colts one remarkable passing attack.
16 - Denver: Jer’Zhan Newton, DT/Illinois
The Denver Broncos have the worst rushing defense in the league, allowing 5.5 yards per carry through 10 games. One reason is a lack of run-stuffers in the middle of the defensive line, and it’s something Jer’Zhan Newton will fix.