Some teams around the National Football League made a strong effort to build as much talent in one area on the football field as possible. Some of them did so in order to mask a certain weakness on another area of the field. Others were able to compile talent by drafting well.
Just take a look at the Houston Texans for a second. Neither Ben Tate or Arian Foster were considered "studs" coming out of college. Instead, they flew under the radar of nearly every team in the league. In Foster's case to the point where he wasn't even drafted.
In the process, Houston built the best running game in the league.
There are a myriad of different examples around the NFL that we can use in terms of pointing out deep positions for specific teams.
Not to leave anyone out, this article is going to focus on the deepest position for all 32 NFL teams heading into training camp in about a month.