32. (32) New York Jets (0-4) I wonder if Trevor Lawrence is rooting for the Jets not to have the first pick 31. (31) New York Giants (0-4) At least the Yankees are still in the MLB playoffs. 30. (26) Washington Football Team (1-3) WFT moving on from Dwayne Haskins for now. 29. (30) Denver Broncos (1-3) The Broncos beat the Jets. Not an accomplishment. 28. (25) Jacksonville Jaguars (1-3)
(32) New York Jets (0-3) Jets or Giants, one is bad as the other. 31. (31) New York Giants (0-3) Little Blue. 30. (28) Philadelphia Eagles (0-2-1) A far cry from their Super Bowl run. 29. (24) Denver Broncos (0-3) Unless Brett Rypien duplicates Mark Rypien of 1991, the Broncos season is lost. 28. (25) Minnesota Vikings (0-3) They’re good enough to turn this around. 27. (27) Cincinnati Bengals (0-2-1)
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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
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