15. Kyler Murray, Arizona Cardinals Adding DeAndre Hopkins, one of the top wide receivers in the NFL, will speed up the development of the 2019 first overall draft pick. Murray was solid in his rookie season and expect him to continue to improve in 2020. While I don’t see Murray mimicking Lamar Jackson’s meteoric rise in 2019, Murray will progress, not regress in year two. 14. Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills
32. Tyrod Taylor, Los Angeles Chargers The Chargers moved on from Philip Rivers after 16 seasons, but Taylor is not the successor, at least in the long-term. They drafted Justin Herbert sixth overall in this year’s draft, so he is clearly the future face of the franchise. Taylor, who did a solid job in Buffalo, will serve as the stopgap until Herbert is ready, likely some time this season. 31.