General managers and head coaches know what they are doing. In fact, they know their team's needs better than anyone else on the planet.
Just because the fans want Player X or so called experts like Mel Kiper Jr., Peter King and Todd McShay say a team is a lock to take Position Y with their first-round pick doesn't mean the brain trust will make that choice.
In fact, that's almost never how it works.
More to the point, because smoke screens and misinformation are commonplace, it's almost impossible to know for sure what direction a team will take on draft day, be it Round 1, Round 2, or Round 7. But every team has at least one glaring need, whether they need for a new franchise quarterback or a role player to provide depth.
Inside are some of every team's needs, both the obvious and not-so-obvious.