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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DENVER, CO – SEPTEMBER 17: Nose tackle Domata Peko
DENVER, CO – SEPTEMBER 17: Nose tackle Domata Peko /

This section represents the playoff teams. The order for this group was developed using a playoff scenario based on the power rankings.

21. Seattle Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks are in real trouble if they can’t work around their offensive line issues. Their offense is unable to find any type of consistency. They have only scored a total of 18 points so far this season. One of those games came against a below average opponent in the San Francisco 49ers.

22. Tennessee Titans

Tennessee looks like the early favorite to win the AFC South division. They have the most established quarterback, a strong offensive line, developing pass catchers and a solid defense. It’s a team that just needs to learn out to win on a consistent basis.

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23. Dallas Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys organization is surrounded by more drama than usual. Ezekiel Elliott’s off-field and recent on-field issues have cast a dark cloud. However, the Cowboys still have the talent to make a serious Super Bowl run.

24. Pittsburgh Steelers

Le’Veon Bell is slowly working his way back to form, but it’s been the Pittsburgh Steelers defense that really stood out. This group is generating more pressure than last year while playing at a very high level. Better play by the defense will put this team one step closer to unseating the New England Patriots.