5 teams (Redskins, Jaguars, Jets, Chargers, and the Panthers) were eliminated from the playoffs after Sunday; it’s time to look ahead to the 2020 NFL Draft.
After Monday Night Football (New York Giants v. Philadelphia Eagles) tonight, week 14 of the NFL season will officially be over. For some teams that means battling for seeding in the playoffs and for others, it means preparing for the 2020 NFL Draft and identifying needs.
After Sunday’s slate of games, five-teams were officially eliminated from playoff contention: the Washington Redskins, Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Jets, Los Angeles Chargers, and lastly, the Carolina Panthers. Each team will continue to battle its way through the season, but for the fans, it’s time to look ahead to draft.
Each team has glaring needs at some very key positions; the Chargers could use a lineman or 4, the Jaguars are desperate for playmakers, and Sam Darnold NEEDS help, to name a few.
This mock draft is not a prediction of where the teams will finish but is instead using the current draft order after yesterday’s games. I used the Draft Network‘s mock draft simulator to help make this mock draft as realistic as possible, instead of plucking players from thin-air.