Projecting the 2018 NFL Draft Order: Week 11 Update

DETROIT, MI - NOVEMBER 12: Quandre Diggs
DETROIT, MI - NOVEMBER 12: Quandre Diggs /
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FOXBORO, MA – OCTOBER 29: Philip Rivers
FOXBORO, MA – OCTOBER 29: Philip Rivers /

9. New York Jets

The Jets surprised everyone with their play this season, but things are starting to go south. However, that might be a good thing for a team that needs to find a long-term answer at the quarterback position. They’ll have a better chance of addressing this need if they pick earlier in the draft.

10. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

It’s really tough to explain why the Buccaneers struggled so much this year. They really looked like a team that could push for a playoff berth, but this year was a struggle from the start.

11. Denver Broncos

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Denver is suffering from some poor quarterback play which has rendered the team ineffective. The wheels are starting to fall off the wagon with miscues arising on special teams and defense.

12. Cleveland Browns (via Hou)

The Houston Texans are stuck with Tom Savage at quarterback for the rest of the year. This is good news for the Browns who own the Texans pick from the Deshaun Watson trade.

13. Baltimore Ravens

We have seen enough from this Ravens team to know they don’t have the talent to make a playoff run. Right now, it’s just a matter of whether or not they land a top-10 or not.

14. Los Angeles Chargers

Philip Rivers had a poor finish to this past week’s game and now is in the concussion protocol. If he misses this week’s game it would be Cardale Jones or Kellen Clemens working at quarterback.

15. Washington Redskins

The Redskins made a late push to get back into their game against the Minnesota Vikings, but failed to finish. It seems that every time this team takes a step forward they take another two back.

16. Green Bay Packers

Despite pulling off the win against the Chicago Bears, the Green Bay Packers just don’t look capable of contending without Aaron Rodgers. There are just too many other injuries they are dealing with to keep pace.