Now that the new league year is upon us, and there are but a handful of top-tier players left on the open market, the focus for all NFL shot-callers turns toward the draft. While some coaches and executives left hanging around in free agency won’t have to do too much to their draft boards, other teams are understandably changing their approaches. The Patriots, for example, probably won’t draft two tight ends after picking up Hunter Henry and Jonnu Smith. They will, however, run two-tight end sets more often in 2021 than the eight times they did so in 2020 — probably in the first quarter of the first game alone. And the Titans probably aren’t quite as desperate for an edge-rusher after signing Bid Dupree and Denico Autry. Also, just because the Lions got Jared Goff in the Matthew Stafford trade doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be looking for a franchise quarterback, as you’re about to see.