2020 NFL Draft Results By Round

Listed below are all 255 picks of the 2020 NFL draft, broken down by round, and featuring trades.

Here are the complete 2020 NFL draft results:

Round One:

1. Cincinnati Bengals: Joe Burrow, QB (LSU)
2. Washington Redskins: Chase Young, DE (Ohio State)
3. Detroit Lions: Jeffrey Okudah, CB (Ohio State)
4. New York Giants: Andrew Thomas, T (Georgia)
5. Miami Dolphins: Tua Tagovailoa, QB (Alabama): Signed
6. Los Angeles Chargers: Justin Herbert, QB (Oregon)
7. Carolina Panthers: Derrick Brown, DT (Auburn): Signed
8. Arizona Cardinals: Isaiah Simmons, LB (Clemson)
9. Jacksonville Jaguars: C.J. Henderson, CB (Florida)
10. Cleveland Browns: Jedrick Wills, T (Alabama)
11. New York Jets: Mekhi Becton, T (Louisville)
12. Las Vegas Raiders: Henry Ruggs, WR (Alabama)
13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Indianapolis via San Francisco): Tristan Wirfs, T (Iowa)
14. San Francisco 49ers (from Tampa Bay): Javon Kinlaw, DT (South Carolina)
15. Denver Broncos: Jerry Jeudy, WR (Alabama)
16. Atlanta Falcons: A.J. Terrell, CB (Clemson)
17. Dallas Cowboys: CeeDee Lamb, WR (Oklahoma)
18. Miami Dolphins (from Pittsburgh): Austin Jackson, T (USC)
19. Las Vegas Raiders (from Chicago): Damon Arnette, CB (Ohio State)
20. Jacksonville Jaguars (from LAR): K’Lavon Chaisson, DE (LSU)
21. Philadelphia Eagles: Jalen Reagor, WR (TCU)
22. Minnesota (from Buffalo): Justin Jefferson, WR (LSU)
23. Los Angeles Chargers (from New England): Kenneth Murray, LB (Oklahoma)
24. New Orleans Saints: Cesar Ruiz, C (Michigan)
25. San Francisco 49ers (from Minnesota): Brandon Aiyuk, WR (Arizona State)
26. Green Bay Packers (from Houston via Miami): Jordan Love, QB (Utah State)
27. Seattle Seahawks: Jordyn Brooks, LB (Texas Tech)
28. Baltimore Ravens: Patrick Queen, LB (LSU)
29. Tennessee Titans: Isaiah Wilson, T (Georgia)
30. Miami Dolphins (from Green Bay): Noah Igbinoghene, CB (Auburn)
31. Minnesota Vikings (from San Francisco): Jeff Gladney, CB (TCU)
32. Kansas City Chiefs: Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB (LSU)

Round Two:

33. Cincinnati Bengals: Tee Higgins, WR (Clemson)
34. Indianapolis Colts (from Washington): Michael Pittman, WR (USC)
35. Detroit Lions: D’Andre Swift, RB (Georgia)
36. New York Giants: Xavier McKinney, S (Alabama)
37. New England Patriots (from LAC): Kyle Dugger, S (Lenoir-Rhyne)
38. Carolina Panthers: Yetur Gross-Matos, DE (Penn State)
39. Miami Dolphins: Robert Hunt, OL (Louisiana)
40. Houston Texans (from Arizona): Ross Blacklock, DT (TCU)
41. Indianapolis Colts (from Cleveland): Jonathan Taylor, RB (Wisconsin)
42. Jacksonville Jaguars: Laviska Shenault, WR (Colorado)
43. Chicago Bears (from Las Vegas): Cole Kmet, TE (Notre Dame)
44. Cleveland Browns (from Indianapolis): Grant Delpit, S (LSU)
45. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Antoine Winfield Jr., S (Minnesota)
46. Denver Broncos: K.J. Hamler, WR (Penn State)
47. Atlanta Falcons: Marlon Davidson, DT (Auburn)
48. Seattle Seahawks (from NYJ): Darrell Taylor, OLB Tennessee
49. Pittsburgh Steelers: Chase Claypool, WR (Notre Dame)
50. Chicago Bears: Jaylon Johnson, CB (Utah)
51. Dallas Cowboys: Trevon Diggs, CB (Alabama)
52. Los Angeles Rams: Cam Akers, RB (Florida State)
53. Philadelphia Eagles: Jalen Hurts, QB (Oklahoma)
54. Buffalo Bills: AJ Epenesa, DE (Iowa): Signed
55. Baltimore Ravens (from New England via Atlanta): J.K. Dobbins, RB (Ohio State): Signed
56. Miami Dolphins (from New Orleans): Raekwon Davis, DL (Alabama): Signed
57. Los Angeles Rams (from Houston): Van Jefferson, WR (Florida)
58. Minnesota Vikings: Ezra Cleveland, OT (Boise State)
59. New York Jets (from Seattle): Denzel Mims, WR (Baylor)
60. New England Patriots (from Baltimore): Josh Uche, LB (Michigan): Signed
61. Tennessee Titans: Kristian Fulton, CB (LSU)
62. Green Bay Packers: A.J. Dillon, RB (Boston College)
63. Kansas City Chiefs (from San Francisco): Willie Gay Jr., LB (Mississippi State)
64.Carolina Panthers (from Seattle): Jeremy Chinn, DB (Southern Illinois)

Round Three:

65. Cincinnati Bengals: Logan Wilson, LB (Wyoming)
66. Washington Redskins: Antonio Gibson, RB (Memphis)
67. Detroit Lions: Julian Okwara, OLB (Notre Dame)
68. New York Jets (from NYG): Ashtyn Davis, S (California)
69. Seattle Seahawks (from: Carolina): Damien Lewis, G (LSU)
70. Miami Dolphins: Brandon Jones, S (Texas)
71. Baltimore Ravens (from New England): DT Justin Madubuike (Texas A&M): Signed
72. Arizona Cardinals: Josh Jones, T (Houston)
73. Jacksonville Jaguars: Davon Hamilton, DT (Ohio State)
74. New Orleans Saints (from Cleveland): Zack Baun, OLB (Wisconsin)
75. Detroit Lions (from Colts): Jonah Jackson, G (Ohio State)
76. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Ke’Shawn Vaughn, RB (Vanderbilt)
77. Denver Broncos: Michael Ojemudia, CB (Iowa)
78. Atlanta Falcons: Matt Hennessy, C (Temple)
79. New York Jets: Jabari Zuniga, DE (Florida)
80. Las Vegas Raiders: Lynn Bowden Jr., WR (Kentucky)
81. Las Vegas Raiders (from Chicago): Bryan Edwards, WR (South Carolina)
82. Dallas Cowboys: Neville Gallimore, DT (Oklahoma)
83. Denver Broncos (from Pittsburgh): Lloyd Cushenberry, C (LSU)
84. Los Angeles Rams: Terrell Lewis, OLB (Alabama)
85. Detroit Lions (from Philadelphia): Julian Blackmon, S (Utah)
86. Buffalo Bills: Zack Moss, RB (Utah)
87. New England Patriots: Anfernee Jennings, OLB (Alabama): Signed
88. Cleveland Browns (from New Orleans): Jordan Elliott, LB (Missouri)
89. Minnesota Vikings: Cameron Dantzler, CB (Mississippi State)
90. Houston Texans: Jonathan Greenard, LB (Florida)
91. New England Patriots: Devin Asiasi, TE (UCLA) (from Las Vegas via Seattle & Houston): Signed
92. Baltimore Ravens: Devin DuvernayWR (Texas)
93. Tennessee Titans: Darrynton Evans, RB (Appalachian State)
94. Green Bay Packers: Josiah Deguara, TE (Cincinnati)
95. Denver Broncos (from San Francisco): McTelvin Agim, DL (Arkansas)
96. Kansas City Chiefs: Lucas Niang, OT (TCU)
97. Cleveland Browns (from Houston)*: Jacob Phillips, LB (LSU)
98. Baltimore Ravens (from New England)*: Malik Harrison, LB (Ohio State)
99. New York Giants*: Matt Peart, OT (Connecticut)
100. Las Vegas Raiders* (from New England): Tanner Muse, LB (Clemson)
101. New England Patriots (from NYJ via Seattle)*: Dalton Keene, TE (Virginia Tech)
102. Pittsburgh Steelers*: Alex Highsmith, OLB (Charlotte)
103. Philadelphia Eagles*: Davion Taylor, LB (Colorado)
104. Los Angeles Rams*: Terrell Burgess, S (Utah)
105. New Orleans Saints (from Minnesota)*: Adam Trautman, TE (Dayton)
106. Baltimore Ravens*: Tyre Phillips, OL (Mississippi State): Signed

Round Four:

107. Cincinnati Bengals: Akeem Davis-Gaither, OLB (Appalachian State)
108. Washington Redskins: Saahdiq Charles, OT (LSU)
109. Las Vegas Raiders (from Detroit): John Simpson, OL (Clemson)
110. New York Giants: Darnay Holmes, CB (UCLA)
111. Miami Dolphins (from Houston via Miami): Solomon Kindley, OL (Georgia): Signed
112. Los Angeles Chargers: Joshua Kelley, RB (UCLA)
113. Carolina Panthers: Troy Pride Jr., CB (Notre Dame)
114. Arizona Cardinals: Leki Fotu, DT (Utah)
115. Cleveland Browns: Harrison Bryant, TE (Florida Atlantic)
116. Jacksonville Jaguars: Ben Bartch, OT (St. John’s (MN))
117. Minnesota Vikings (from Tampa Bay via San Francisco): D.J. Wonnum, DE (South Carolina)
118. Denver Broncos: Albert Okwuegbunam, TE (Missouri)
119. Atlanta Falcons: Mykal Walker, LB (Fresno State)
120. New York Jets: Lamical Perine, RB (Florida)
121. Detroit Lions (from Las Vegas): Logan Stenberg, OL (Kentucky)
122. Indianapolis Colts: Jacob Eason, QB (Washington)
123. Dallas Cowboys: Reggie Robinson III, CB (Tulsa)
124. Pittsburgh Steelers: Anthony McFarland Jr., RB (Maryland)
125. New York Jets (from New England via Chicago): James Morgan, QB (Florida International)
126. Houston Texans (from Los Angeles Rams): Charlie Heck, OL (North Carolina): Signed
127. Philadelphia Eagles: K’Von Wallace, S (Clemson)
128. Buffalo Bills: Gabriel Davis, WR (UCF)
129. New York Jets (from New England via Baltimore): Cameron Clark, OT (Charlotte)
130. Minnesota Vikings (from New Orleans): James Lynch, DT (Baylor)
131. Arizona Cardinals (from Houston): Rashard Lawrence, DT (LSU)
132. Minnesota Vikings: Troy Dye, OLB (Oregon)
133. Seattle Seahawks: Colby Parkinson, TE (Stanford)
134. Atlanta Falcons (from Baltimore): Jaylinn Hawkins, S (California)
135. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Tennessee via Miami): Kevin Dotson, G (Louisiana)
136. Los Angeles Rams (from Houston via Miami via Green Bay): Brycen Hopkins, TE (Purdue)
137. Jacksonville Jaguars (from San Francisco via Denver): Josiah Scott, CB (Michigan State)
138. Kansas City Chiefs: L’Jarius Sneed, S (Louisiana Tech)
139. Las Vegas Raiders (from New England via Tampa Bay)*: Amik Robertson, CB (Louisiana Tech)
140. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Chicago)*: Shaquille Quarterman, ILB (Miami)
141. Houston Texans (from Miami)*: John Reid, CB (Penn State)
142. Washington Redskins*: Antonio Gandy-Golden, WR (Liberty)
143. Baltimore Ravens*: Ben Bredeson, G (Michigan): Signed
144. Seattle Seahawks*: DeeJay Dallas, RB (Miami)
145. Philadelphia Eagles*: Jack Driscoll, G (Auburn)
146. Dallas Cowboys (via Philadelphia)*: Tyler Biadasz, C (Wisconsin)

Round Five:

147. Cincinnati Bengals: Khalid Kareem, DE (Notre Dame)
148. Carolina Panthers (from Washington): Alton Robinson, DE (Syracuse)
149. Indianapolis Colts (from Detroit): Danny Pinter, G (Ball State)
150. New York Giants: Shane Lemieux, G (Oregon)
151. Los Angeles Chargers: Joe Reed, WR (Virginia)
152. Carolina Panthers: Kenny Robinson, S (West Virginia)
153. San Francisco 49ers (via Miami): Colton McKivitz, T (West Virginia)
154. Miami Dolphins (from Jacksonville via Pittsburgh): Jason Strowbridge, DT (UNC): Signed
155. Chicago Bears (from Minnesota via Cleveland via Buffalo): Trevis Gipson, LB (Tulsa)
156. Washington Redskins (from San Francisco via Denver): Keith Ismael, C (San Diego State)
157. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Atlanta via Baltimore): Daniel Thomas, S (Auburn)
158. New York Jets: Bryce Hall, CB (Virginia)
159. New England Patriots (from Las Vegas): Justin Rohrwasser, K (Marshall): Signed
160. Cleveland Browns (from Indianapolis): Nick Harris, C (Washington): Signed
161. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Tyler Johnson, WR (Minnesota)
162.Washington Redskins (from Pittsburgh via Seattle): Khaleke Hudson, LB (Michigan)
163. Chicago Bears: Kindle Vildor, CB (Georgia Southern)
164. Miami Dolphins: Curtis Weaver, DE (Boise State): Signed
165. Jacksonville Jaguars (from LAR): Collin Johnson, WR (Texas)
166. Detroit Lions (from Philadelphia): Quintez Cephus, WR (Wisconsin)
167. Buffalo Bills: Jake Fromm, QB (Georgia): Signed
168. Philadelphia Eagles (from New England): John Hightower, WR (Boise State)
169. Minnesota Vikings (from New Orleans): Harrison Hand, CB (Temple)
170. Baltimore Ravens (from Minnesota): Broderick Washington Jr., DT (Texas Tech): Signed
171. Houston Texans: Isaiah Coulter, WR (Rhode Island)
172. Detroit Lions (from Las Vegas via New England & Seattle & Detroit): Jason Huntley, RB (New Mexico State)
173. Chicago Bears (from Baltimore via LAR & Philadelphia): Darnell Mooney, WR (Tulane)
174. Tennessee Titans: Larrell Murchison, DT (N.C. State)
175. Green Bay Packers: Kamal Martin, LB (Minnesota)
176. Minnesota Vikings (from San Francisco): K.J. Osborn, WR (Miami)
177. Kansas City Chiefs: Mike Danna, DE (Michigan)
178. Denver Broncos*: Justin Strnad, LB (Wake Forest)
179. Dallas Cowboys*: Bradlee Anae, DE (Utah)

Round Six:

180. Cincinnati Bengals: Hakeem Adeniji, T (Kansas)
181. Denver Broncos (from Washington): Netane Muti, G (Fresno State)
182. New England Patriots (from Detroit via Indianapolis): Michael Onwenu, G (Michigan): Signed
183. New York Giants: Cameron Brown, LB (Penn State)
184. Carolina Panthers: Bravvion Roy, DT (Baylor)
185. Miami Dolphins: Blake Ferguson, LS (LSU): Signed
186. Los Angeles Chargers: Alohi Gilman, S (Notre Dame)
187. Cleveland Browns (from Arizona): Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR (Michigan)
188. Buffalo Bills (from Cleveland): Tyler Bass, K (Georgia Southern): Signed
189. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jake Luton, QB (Oregon State)
190. San Francisco (from Atlanta via Philadelphia): Charlie Woerner, TE (Georgia)
191. New York Jets: Braden Mann, P (Texas A&M)
192. Green Bay Packers (from Las Vegas): Jon Runyan, G (Michigan)
193. Indianapolis Colts: Robert Windsor, DT (Penn State)
194. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Khalil Davis, DT (Nebraska)
195. New England Patriots (from Denver): Justin Herron, DT (Wake Forest): Signed
196. Philadelphia Eagles: Shaun Bradley, RB (Temple)
197. Detroit Lions (from Indianapolis via Dallas via Miami): John Penisini, DT (Utah)
198. Pittsburgh Steelers: Antoine Brooks Jr., S (Maryland)
199. Los Angeles Rams: Jordan Fuller, S (Ohio State)
200. Philadelphia Eagles (from Philadelphia via Chicago): Quez Watkins, WR (Southern Miss)
201. Baltimore Ravens (from Buffalo via Minnesota): James Proche, WR (SMU): Signed
202. Arizona Cardinals (from New England): Evan Weaver, LB (Cal)
203. Minnesota Vikings (from New Orleans): Blake Brandel, T (Oregon State)
204. New England Patriots (from Houston): Cassh Maluia, LB (Wyoming): Signed
205. Minnesota Vikings: Josh Metellus, S (Michigan)
206. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Seattle): Tyler Davis, TE (Georgia Tech)
207. Minnesota Vikings (from Baltimore via New England & Buffalo): Isaiah Hodgins, WR (Oregon State): Signed
208. Green Bay Packers (from Tennessee): Jake Hanson, C (Oregon)
209. Green Bay Packers: Simon Stepaniak, T (Indiana)
210. Philadelphia Eagles (via San Francisco): Prince Tega Wanogho, T (Auburn)
211. Indianapolis Colts (from Kansas City via NYJ): Isaiah Rodgers, CB (UMass)
212. Indianapolis Colts* (via New England): Dezmon Patmon, WR (Washington State)
213. Indianapolis Colts* (via New England): Jordan Glasgow, S (Michigan)
214. Seattle Seahawks*: Freddie Swain, WR (Florida)

Round Seven:

215. Cincinnati Bengals: Markus Bailey, LB (Purdue)
216. Washington Redskins: Kamren Curl, S (Arkansas)
217. San Francisco 49ers (from Detroit): Jauan Jennings, WR (Tennessee)
218. New York Giants: Carter Coughlin, LB (Minnesota)
219. Minnesota Vikings (from Miami): Geno Stone, S (Iowa)
220. Los Angeles Chargers: K.J. Hill, WR (Ohio State)
221. Carolina Panthers: Stantley Thomas-Oliver III, CB (Florida International)
222. Arizona Cardinals: Eno Benjamin, RB (Arizona State)
223. Jacksonville Jaguars: Chris Claybrooks, CB (Memphis)
224. Tennessee Titans (from Cleveland): Cole McDonald, QB (Hawaii)
225. Minnesota Vikings (from NYJ & Baltimore): Kenny Willekes, DE (Michigan State)
226. Chicago Bears (from Las Vegas): Arlington Hambright, T (Colorado)
227. Chicago Bears (from Indianapolis via Miami & Philadelphia): Lachavious Simmons, T (Tennessee State)
228. Atlanta Falcons (from Tampa Bay via Philadelphia): Sterling Hofrichter, K (Syracuse)
229. Washington Redskins (from Denver): James-Smith Williams, DE (N.C. State)
230. New England Patriots (from Atlanta): Dustin Woodard, C (Memphis): Signed
231. Dallas Cowboys: Ben DiNucci, QB (James Madison)
232. Pittsburgh Steelers: Carlos Davis, DT (Nebraska)
233. Philadelphia Eagles (via Chicago): Casey Toohill, DE (Stanford)
234. Los Angeles Rams: Clay Johnston, LB (Baylor)
235. Detroit Lions (from Philadelphia via New England): Jason Cornell, DE (Ohio State)
236. Green Bay Packers (from Buffalo via Cleveland): Vernon Scott, S (TCU)
237. Kansas City Chiefs (from Tennessee via New England via Denver): Thakarius Keyes, CB (Tulane)
238. New York Giants (from New Orleans): LB T.J. Brunson (South Carolina)
239. Buffalo Bills (from Minnesota): Dane Jackson, CB (Pittsburgh): Signed
240. New Orleans Saints (from Houston): Tommy Stevens, QB (Mississippi State)
241. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Seattle via New England): Chapelle Russell, OLB (Temple)
242. Green Bay Packers (from Baltimore): Jonathan Garvin, DE (Miami)
243. Tennessee Titans: Chris Jackson, S (Marshall)
244. Minnesota Vikings (from New Orleans via Cleveland via Green Bay): Nate Stanley, QB (Iowa)
245. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from San Francisco): Raymond Calais, RB (Louisiana)
246. Miami Dolphins (from Kansas City): Malcolm Perry, WR/RB (Navy)
247. New York Giants*: Chris Williamson, CB (Minnesota)
248. Los Angeles Rams (from Houston)*: Sam Sloman, K (Miami of Ohio)
249. Minnesota Vikings*: Brian Cole II, S (Mississippi State)
250. Los Angeles Rams (from Houston)*: Tremayne Anchrum, OL (Clemson)
251. Miami Dolphins*: Stephen Sullivan, TE (LSU)
252. Denver Broncos*: Tyrie Cleveland, WR (Florida)
253. Minnesota Vikings*: Kyle Hinton, OL (Washburn)
254. Denver Broncos*: Derrek Tuszka, LB (North Dakota State)
255. New York Giants*: Tae Crowder, LB (Georgia): Signed

*compensatory pick

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  1. crosseyedlemon

    Once again the PFR staff are doing an awesome job of providing the must have info we fans want. Bravo!

  2. phillyballers

    Why on God’s Earth was Gettleman wearing an N-95 in his OWN HOME by himself? Seriously… waste of an N-95.

    • braveshomer

      lol haha…we thought the same thing. Maybe the central air system in complexes is a risk or something. Who knows lol…

    • downeysoft42

      Cause he had lymphoma or something cancerous so his immune systems compromising and he’s making sure he doesn’t die.

    • semut

      Last night it showed him take it off, lay it on the desk, do something on his computer, then put his mask back on but not before touching his hands on about every square inch of it first. I was dying laughing. It was one of the shots without them on the clock either so I doubt he knew he was “live” at the time.

      His mask is either 100% for the benefit of the cameras or he has a downright scary ignorance of how this stuff works

      • DTD_ATL

        All for the cameras, just like all of these BS commercials. The draft is supposed to distract from this crap but they put more effort into what we’re tired of hearing about than the draft itself.

  3. compassrose

    Love how Gettleman is alone it seems and put a mask on right before making the pick. All show no go.

    • dkcsmc1991

      He wasn’t alone but regardless had cancer and was taking extra precautions. I’m sure he cares what you think.

  4. hOsEbEeLiOn

    Lmao. Lions could have traded back but will regret not taking a package of Miami’s other 1st round picks plus other late round picks. They probably got greedy and now missed out acquiring multiple draft assets.

    • JoeBrady

      Did they even get an offer from Miami? What motivation would Miami have to pick Tua 4th instead of 5th?

    • crosseyedlemon

      @hose. Multiple draft assets don’t have much value if the people holding them have the intelligence of Moe, Curly or Larry.

  5. HubcapDiamondStarHalo

    Because of the weirdness of the situation, these results might be closest to the mock drafts we’ve ever seen.

    • JoeBrady

      The first 8 players were pretty much locked in. I think #9/10 is where variance starts to slip in. If the Jets draft a WR instead of OL, things start to go sideways.

    • crosseyedlemon

      But he probably should have expected this. The Jags seem addicted to home state product and he becomes the 6th Gator they have chosen in the first round.

    • phillyballers

      The only one that didn’t belong was Herbert. Every player has a roughly equal grade except for Young. Any of those guys could have gone in any order 3 – 7 and you’d be hard to argue otherwise. Herbert is like a Late 1st talent imo.

        • phillyballers

          They could have went BPA, Simmons they have a somewhat need at LB, not immediate, but reaching for need blinds some GMs. Or traded out and someone drafted Brown or Simmons. Like Henderson was a reach.

        • phillyballers

          And looking at what transpired, they could have taken Simmons a greater talent and traded w the Pat’s for Love.

    • crosseyedlemon

      A first round steal sounds like an oxymoron to me but time will tell.

      • phillyballers

        Like saying Julio Jones was a steal at 6. And then you look at the 5 dudes drafted ahead of him. Cam, Von, Dareus, AJ Green, and Patrick Peterson. 4 potential HOF players – Cam being in the most TBD state. Dareus in the hall of really good.

  6. imindless
    imindless

    As a raiders fan how do you pass on ceedee lamb or Jeudy????? Ruggs stinks and looks like the many busts raiders have drafted before. One trick pony with speed. Terrible!

    • sascoach2003

      Don’t watch many AFC West games because I’m in the central time zone, but if the defenses play a lot of zones, Ruggs is a great catch and run guy. He actually struggled against good press man coverage, that can stymie his speed at the LOS

      • phillyballers

        As a Raiders fan you would hope he’s the next DeSean Jackson, Tyreke Hill, Ted Ginn Jr taking the top off the ball and not a stiff like Heyward-Bey, JJ Nelson, Jacoby Ford, Marquise Goodwin or Tavon Austin.

    • JoeBrady

      I preferred Lamb, then Juedy, but Ruggs is still pretty good. Definitely the #3 WR in a loaded class.

      • imindless
        imindless

        Do raiders double dip with lamb at 19? I think 49ers wanted Ruggs that’s why raiders took him and they took a drubbing despite needing a wr

        • JoeBrady

          My head says absolutely not. But my heart would’ve loved to see Lamb, Ruggs, Renfroe and Waller. That would’ve been crazy.

          But we need Fulton more, if he is the pick.

    • forwhomjoshbelltolls

      Drafting guys based on nothing but speed is literally what the Raiders are known for…?

      • JoeBrady

        Not so much with Mayock. But it use to be such a waste. And Ruggs is more than just speed.

  7. HubcapDiamondStarHalo

    I bet Denver NEVER expected Jeudy to be available at their pick.

  8. DarkSide830

    God I HATE the Cowboys. Bet they were so happy simply because they were keeping him from potentially coming to Philly. terribly unpleasant team.

    • AndyMeyer

      CeeDee Lamb is a solid pick for sure but that’s a lot of mouths to feed on offense. McCarthy is so predictable it should be interesting
      Ol’ Jerry maybe should’ve sured up that suspect secondary. You scored a ton of points last year and couldn’t get the job done

      • phillyballers

        It was smart. Value, and they have insurance if Gallup wants too much money.

  9. sascoach2003

    Wish that McKinney would fall to the Saints at 24. Deep draft of WR, Brees makes them look better sometime. Duh. Have to think Philly, Vikings, and even NE go WR. Unless they go LB

  10. sascoach2003

    Good trade by the Chargers. I was Patrick Queens position coach in high school, but Murray really is the best ILB in the draft.

    • joeshmoe11

      I’m crossing my fingers Queen falls to 2nd for the Bengals to double up on the Bayou at 33

      • sascoach2003

        Almost. Good pick up for Ravens. The Bell kid from Miss State has baggage, but would be a good under the radar linebacker pick in round 3.

        • jawinks

          He used to prank call the lunch room pretending to be the principal and have us toast the sesame seed buns for him. Had to have the seeds. Deepest voice of any 8-year old I ever knew. Wonder what happened to the kid…

  11. StudlyBudlee

    What’s up with you guys at PFR tonight, Get your stuff together. The Browns did not draft Wirfs and the Dolphins didn’t take Swift at 26. Are you guessing picks.

  12. Dalton1017

    Cowboys need to trade up in the early second for McKinney if he is still there

    • sascoach2003

      Talk about getting a steal who ever gets him. I feel the same way about Winfield. You can win a lot of football games with guys like that.

  13. HubcapDiamondStarHalo

    Goodell has had occasional moments where he almost seemed human…

  14. phillyballers

    Odd choice by the chiefs… Secondary and LB and even Tackle should have been the clear way to go.

    • Cheifs are built around mahomes and mahomes only. I’m not saying I agree with it, but if you can drop 45+ on your opponent every Sunday, why the hell would you need a LB?!
      Andy ried recognizes the essential adaptation of the college game, and a speedy-recieving-runner of a back is the right move for that offense

  15. jorge78

    I thought it was odd when actual picks would show up here BEFORE the commish had announced them on the tevee…..

  16. Patrick N.

    Cleveland didn’t try to outthink themselves into being completely inept so far, so I’m pretty happy. Let’s see how tomorrow goes.

  17. forwhomjoshbelltolls

    The Chargers won this draft thanks to Miami. Getting a franchise QB without having to trade up.

    The Lions lost this draft. All they had to do was be reasonable and they could have extracted some decent picks to move down from Miami and/or San Diego (oops, LA).

    • JoeBrady

      If Miami got the pick they wanted, and LAC got the pick they wanted, without having to trade up, then why would they trade up?

  18. forwhomjoshbelltolls

    I also really like what Green Bay did.

    Your QB’s tender feelings don’t matter.

    Having his replacement ready in a league where you either have a star QB or your completely irrelevant does matter.

    • phillyballers

      They could also trade him too, like Jimmy G or Jacboy Brissett or Kevin Kolb.

    • bradthebluefish
      bradthebluefish

      Agreed. I like it. Either he becomes a successor or gets traded for something of value.

    • Ak185

      Yes, your QB’s feelings don’t matter, but refusing to draft your most pressing position just to spite him is just stupid. Win a Superbowl with him and let him walk if you want to be rid of him. Don’t waste his contributions just to stick to him. That’s beyond dumb.

  19. bumpy93

    I HATE HOWIE ROSEMAN. CEEDEE LAMB WAS THERE DOR THE TAKING! TO MAKE IT WOESE, HE WENT TO DALLAS!!!!! THEN THE GROIN KICK, HOWIE PASSED ON JEFFERSON FOR REAGOR! Howie could have traded down and still got him and pick up another 2nd Rd pick or ATLWAST another 3rd

    • crosseyedlemon

      Of course you could have made it easier for Howie by providing him with your crystal ball.

    • JoeBrady

      Isn’t Roseman on Phiily, and didn’t Lamb go to Dallas before Philly had their pick?

  20. Wade Herbers

    God I hope the Vikings can move up into the front of round #2……I don’t like having 5 picks at the end of the draft…..dump at least 3 of those and bump up please!!! Was not happy with trader Ricks trade of the #25 pick.

  21. Eatdust666

    The Giants did not need to take an offensive tackle with their first pick, but if they were still going to, they should’ve traded down, because taking one in the top 5 makes no sense. Anyways, they should’ve got Simmons. However, I knew Gettleman was going to blow it again.

    • JoeBrady

      Plenty of people out there thought that offensive line improvement was the key to getting the most out of Barkley and Jones.

  22. imindless
    imindless

    Raiders laying an egg per usual in this draft. Only org dumb enough to trade mack and throw in a second. Not surprised they haven’t won anything since 1980s

  23. Katsuro

    Can someone tell me why Anthony Gordon hasn’t been drafted? I would have thought his 5k+ passing yds and 40+ TDs would have merited a selection by now

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