But first, you need a research team ready and willing to go up (), and even with the increase in membership, most teams simply do not have the ability to add, say, a class of 10 players per year.
However, for a few franchises, the drop is absolutely the correct game in the NFL 2020 draft.
After the Bengals – the club should prepare the best hope in this class, Joe Burrow – the Redskins are in the best position of all the teams in this draft, and it is not only because they have no. 2. It is because of their range of options, all reasonable options having extremely impactful and positive results.
Of course, simply taking Chase Young would be the simplest decision for Washington, and it would land a future superstar rusher.
As for the Redskins’ other realistic single-vision option, Tua Tagovailoa, a more polished quarterback than Dwayne Haskins, would represent an upgrade to the most vital position in the game. Of course, if Washington chose Tagovailoa at number 2 in the general classification, the logistics of having two first-pass passers-by chosen in consecutive projects would be difficult to manage. While there aren’t many historical examples for the Redskins to use as a guide, it wouldn’t be crazy to label a crowded quarterback room with Tagovailoa and Haskins as a good problem.
But for a quarterback as advanced as I think Tagovailoa is, throwing him to the lions behind a porous offensive line – probably without Trent Williams in 2020 – in a team with Terry McLaurin and not much to the catcher would ask to essentially lift an entire offense in a situation in which he is not used to anything from Alabama. It is ultra precise, moves robotically in its progressions and has a natural feeling of pressure inside the pocket. But he is not a stellar improviser because of average athletics at the best, and his arm talent is not special. It is not exactly the type of quarterback that a team should feel comfortable placing in an unfavorable environment, especially after an injury.
Therefore, the best decision for rebuilding the Redskins in this project is to reduce # 2 as a whole. Haskins was far from awful as a rookie, and although the roster statutes are changing rapidly in the modern NFL, he deserves at least his second professional season as a team starter. And (probably) getting two first round picks in this project with a few selections from Day 2 would ultimately give a lot more value than just picking a great edge rusher and calling it a day.
Washington currently has no second-round picks in this draft, a busy receiver class with a fine collection of round 2 talent in corner and attacking positions. The Redskins are in desperate need of difference makers in these three places.
They don’t like the 2019 49ers, a club that fell to No. 2 overall last year after their starting quarterback was injured for most of the 2018 season. a classic reconstruction.
Resumption is the right decision, and acquiring a huge move for overall choice # 2 will not be out of the question with Tagovailoa available. That should be Washington’s main goal – getting as many draft picks as possible for choice # 2 to diversify their talent pool rather than becoming young (or even Tagovailoa) in the first round.
Will Lions Come Back? Probably not. Matt Patricia and GM Bob Quinn are entering the hot seat this season, which means they are ready to prioritize a top-notch consensus prospect over a small collection of quality players with the long term in mind.
But, in organizational terms, should Detroit back off? Absolutely.
Lions have a myriad of alignment holes. In this case, more choices are much more valuable than a great prospect who only fills one of them.
Trey Flowers needs help in front of him about to chuckle. The inside of the defensive line has no pass rusher. Darius Slay had just been traded. The receiver Kenny Golladay is in a contract year and behind him on the depth chart are Marvin Jones and Danny Amendola, 30, who will turn 35 in November. The offensive line could use some improvements. In short, the Lions’ lineup is not of a playoff caliber at this time in the ultra-competitive NFC.
And even if they would likely be able to get a huge compensation package for Tagovailoa if he was still on the third-highest board, transportation would not be considerably smaller for Young. And you’d better believe that if Young is available when the Lions get to work, there will be an abundance of calls to Lions headquarters.
Detroit has four selections among the best 100 in this draft. Its good. But that won’t be enough to catapult the Lions near the top of their division. Make those five or six choices from the top 100 and an additional second round choice in 2021, and we’re on the right track now.
With new head coach Matt Rhule, the gunfire, Luke Kuechly’s retirement and the club’s choice not to sign again or to release a handful of veterans, primarily Cam Newton, the long-term future is at stake. the tip of the Panthers’ organization right now.
They currently have a choice in each round and two in the fifth but no additional selections in 2021. Not ideal for a club on the ground floor of the reconstruction of the list. Although the signatures of Teddy Bridgewater and Robby Anderson indicate that Rhule does not plan on a tank in 2020, the 2021 season and beyond is clearly much more important.
Yes, a top notch prospect will likely be there when Carolina goes to the timer, which for fans will be very appealing. But instead of retrieving a Jeffrey Okudah, Henry Ruggs or Javon Kinlaw, the Panthers should take advantage of their rebuilding status in a major swap to collect future assets.
There will likely be teams interested in one of the best offense tackles in this category, or perhaps one of the coveted wide receivers like Jerry Jeudy or CeeDee Lamb. Because it’s a top 10 selection, Carolina should ask for a considerable return. Last year, the Broncos took second and third place in 2020 from No. 10 to No. 20 in the overall standings. This compensation should be the starting point for the Panthers, and with the future of distance in mind, Carolina could probably get even more than usual if she told the teams questioned that they would prefer the choices in 2021 or , devil, 2022.
San Francisco 49ers
The 49ers had one of the biggest offseason trades when they sent star defensive tackle DeForest Buckner to the Colts for No. 13 overall pick in the 2020 draft. A bold and cautious decision by John Lynch and Co.
As the owner of this selection and of No. 31 as a whole, San Francisco initially appears to be in a luxurious position in this project. And two first-round picks are pretty luxurious. However, their next choice will only be made in the fifth round (!), N ° 157 in total. Of course, the 49ers have a wide open Super Bowl window, so conventional wisdom would suggest staying at # 13 and writing the perspective which would be a quick fix for any glaring problem would be the right thing to do.
But the 49ers want to maintain their status as the best NFC competitor beyond the 2020 campaign, especially with a young head coach – Kyle Shanahan won’t be 41 until December – a relatively young general manager at John Lynch at 48 years. To do this, they must be at least a year ahead and maintain the talent level on the long-term list.
Joe Staley turns 36 in August. Richard Sherman is 32 years old. These are key cogs in San Francisco at premium positions. Pencil in the right guard, Tom Compton is almost 31 years old. And despite Shanahan’s strange ability to plan the efficiency of passes, the larger group consists of Deebo Samuel, then a variety of question marks. George Kittle will break the bank after this season. What happens to Jimmy Garoppolo when his cap almost reaches the $ 27 million mark in 2021 and his dead cap will only be $ 2.8 million if it is released?
Make no mistake, the 49ers have many fundamental parts and the brilliance of Shanahan is proven. But going back to the early 20s and grabbing a receiver there while adding a few choices on the second day of this project would go a long way in San Francisco by recharging in the long run.
This suggestion comes with a caveat – if one of the Jeudy, Ruggs or Lamb is on set when the Falcons are number 16, then I think the wisest move for Atlanta would be to drop.
At this point, there will likely be an abundance of teams like the Eagles, Patriots, Vikings and Ravens eager to grab one of these top prospects in this receiver draft class.
Atlanta moved a second round in trade for Hayden Hurst, and the offense looks fairly busy. The defense urgently needs an explosive rusher, the corner room misses a real # 1 with Desmond Trufant missing, and Grady Jarrett could use a disruptive running mate inside the team’s defensive line.
The Falcons Super Bowl window closes given the ages of their two renowned players – Matt Ryan and Julio Jones – but that doesn’t mean adding another second-round selection to this project would be silly to price to go back a few places in round 1.