Each NFL offseason, 32 teams gather with the goal of selecting premier collegiate athletes in order to (hopefully) improve their respective rosters.
The best teams try to figure out how to improve their rosters as efficiently as possible.
This is why determining value is such an important factor when it comes to the NFL draft. Overpaying to fill a need can hurt a franchise's building or rebuilding efforts. Waiting too long to address a particular need can have the same effect if team winds up missing out on a real talent in the process.
Over the next 32 pages, we will examine each NFL team and its needs heading into the 2014 draft. We will then try to assess at what point in the draft each team should target each individual need.
Since it is nearly impossible to predict exactly how the draft will fall and what kind of runs (and bypassing) may occur, analysis will be based strictly on the prioritization of needs and on the type of talent and depth available at each position of need.