Projecting the 2018 NFL Draft Order: Week 3 Update

SEATTLE, WA - SEPTEMBER 17: Quarterback Brian Hoyer
SEATTLE, WA - SEPTEMBER 17: Quarterback Brian Hoyer /
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ATLANTA, GA – SEPTEMBER 17: Aaron Rodgers
ATLANTA, GA – SEPTEMBER 17: Aaron Rodgers /

17. Arizona Cardinals

We will see how things turn out for the Arizona Cardinals, but they just don’t look very good at the moment. It took overtime for them to overcome the lowly Indianapolis Colts. This team just isn’t the same with David Johnson out of the lineup.

18. Carolina Panthers

There’s a lot of talk about how Cam Newton has taken a step back over the past two years. His

lack of accuracy and consistency has stunted the Carolina Panthers offense. However, the addition of Christian McCaffrey and Curtis Samuel has adjusted the plan of attack.

19. Green Bay Packers

The injury bug has hit the Green Bay Packers really hard and could put them behind a little to start the season. Aaron Rodgers has done a good job managing without his starting offensive tackles, but things could get tougher if Jordy Nelson misses time.

20. Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens have been one of the bigger surprises to open the season. They have been playing excellent defense and controlling the ball on offense. It’ll be interesting to see how they respond when they face a high-powered offense.

Can this offensive group win if they happen to get into a shoot out?