Projecting the 2018 NFL Draft Order: Week 3 Update

SEATTLE, WA - SEPTEMBER 17: Quarterback Brian Hoyer
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13. Washington Redskins

The Washington Redskins are 1-1, but haven’t looked great to open the season. They are struggling to find a rhythm on offense which could be expected. The Redskins enter the season with a new offensive coordinator and missing their top two receivers from last year.

14. Minnesota Vikings

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Sam Bradford’s injured knee should be a major concern for the Minnesota Vikings. This team is obviously very different when he’s out of the lineup. If Bradford can get back to full health they have a real shot a playoff appearance.

15. Cleveland Browns (via Hou)

The Cleveland Browns yet again have two 1st round picks. They haven’t had a great track record using their picks properly, but are hoping to change that trend. Cleveland expects big things from 2017 1st round picks Myles Garrett, Jabrill Peppers and David Njoku.

Cleveland added some solid pieces last offseason and should have another opportunity to do so in the 2018 NFL Draft.

16. Miami Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins have one game in the books and looked pretty good. However, it’s tough to completely trust Jay Cutler. He has a history of major ups and downs in his performance. Next week could very well see him turn the ball over multiple times.