With the franchise tag deadline now past, there is a lot more clarity about the current NFL free-agent class. The 2015 crop looks particularly strong at running back (and will be even stronger if Adrian Peterson is released) and with edge pass-rushers. It lacks talent at quarterback and in the secondary. But that doesn't mean there aren't premier free agents out there, and plenty of teams interested in them.
For a look at how ESPN analyst Bill Polian grades the top free agents in this class, click here. What I've done here is take five of the biggest names available on the open market and identify the three best team fits for each, including Ndamukong Suh and Randall Cobb.
Landing spots: Oakland, Cleveland, Indianapolis
In order to land Suh, a team is going to need to spend a lot of money. The Raiders, Browns and Colts all could use a player on defense to build around on the interior -- and a major upgrade on that side of the ball, no less. Suh fits any scheme and can be used in a variety of ways.