Case Keenum detractors can debate passing on a quarterback at No. 5, but John Elway maximized his picks. After the draft’s best defender fell in his lap, he added a wealth of sorely needed offensive talent along with depth at cornerback and linebacker.
Bradley Chubb might not be a perfect fit in a 3-4, but he has experience in all sorts of front seven alignments out of two- and three-point stances. He should immediately be an upgrade against the run.
Courtland Sutton was expected by some to go in Round 1. He has great speed (4.54 40-yard dash) and agility (6.57 three-cone drill) for his size, along with a knack for spectacular catches. He could be DeAndre Hopkins-like.