CLEVELAND -- There's a cliche when it comes to the NFL draft that teams should take the best player available with their picks.
The concept is pretty self-explanatory. It also rarely holds true.
For instance, the Philadelphia Eagles or Los Angeles Rams likely wouldn't select a quarterback with a first or second-round pick, given their recent investments -- and success -- at the position. The same could be said of the Dallas Cowboys or Jacksonville Jaguars at running back or the Denver Broncos at cornerback.
Long story short, there are very few teams that don't at least consider both the strengths and needs of their rosters when examining who to select. But if ever there was a team that could -- and should --follow the 'Best Player Available'