Every AFC team's No. 1 need entering the 2017 NFL Draft

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Browns, pick No. 1 overall, QB: When a team goes as far as trading for a quarterback they don't want in an effort to finally land one they do, as the Browns did when they agreed to swallow Brock Osweiler's $16 million cap charge in exchange for Houston's second-round pick, that's telling. Also telling: Cleveland has started 27 different quarterbacks since 1999, including four first-rounders and seven top-100 picks. If they don't spend some of their immense draft capital — six picks in the top 65 — expect a first-round investment. Heck, we wouldn't rule out Garoppolo AND a first-round investment. Desperate times...  (AP Photo/Don Wright)
Browns, pick No. 1 overall, QB: When a team goes as far as trading for a quarterback they don't want in an effort to finally land one they do, as the Browns did when they agreed to swallow Brock Osweiler's $16 million cap charge in exchange for Houston's second-round pick, that's telling. Also telling: Cleveland has started 27 different quarterbacks since 1999, including four first-rounders and seven top-100 picks. If they don't spend some of their immense draft capital — six picks in the top 65 — expect a first-round investment. Heck, we wouldn't rule out Garoppolo AND a first-round investment. Desperate times... (AP Photo/Don Wright) — Don Wright