Eagles, among other things, wrap up 32nd pick in 2018 NFL Draft

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The offseason started for most teams long before the confetti fell last night.

But like a Broad Street hangover, the reality is about to hit the Eagles that they don’t have much to work with this offseason, at least in terms of draft capital.

With the loss, the Patriots earned the 31st pick in the draft, and the Eagles the 32nd.

But for Philadelphia, that one’s a precious pick since they lack to normal allotment.

As a result of trades, they lack their second-rounder (which went to Cleveland as part of the Carson Wentz deal) and third-rounder (from the trade with Buffalo for Ronald Darby.). That leaves them them plenty of time to think about the five picks they’ve accumulated from the fourth through seventh rounds.

Here’s a look at the full order of the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft:

1 Browns 0-16
2 Giants 3-13
3 Colts 4-12
4 Browns (from Texans) 4-12
5 Broncos 5-11
6 Jets 5-11
7 Buccaneers 5-11
8 Bears 5-11
9 or 10 49ers 6-10 (coin flip)
9 or 10 Raiders 6-10 (coin flip)
11 Dolphins 6-10
12 Bengals 7-9
13 Washington 7-9
14 Packers 7-9
15 Cardinals 8-8
16 Ravens 9-7
17 Chargers 9-7
18 Seahawks 9-7
19 Cowboys 9-7
20 Lions 9-7
21 Bills 9-7
22 Bills (from Chiefs) 9-7
23 Rams 11-5
24 Panthers 11-5
25 Titans 9-7
26 Falcons 10-6
27 Saints 11-5
28 Steelers 13-3
29 Jaguars 10-6
30 Vikings 13-3
31 Patriots 13-3
32 Eagles 13-3

26 responses to “Eagles, among other things, wrap up 32nd pick in 2018 NFL Draft

  1. Thankfully they are a young team with 20 of 22 starters under contract. Also keep in mind that they will have Sidney Jones back with a full healthy offseason. A first round talent that red shirted his year last year.

    You always need to be restocking the pipeline but it’s not like they have a ton of holes that need filled immediately. Draft the best offensive lineman available at 32. It all starts in the trenches.

  2. “And with the 31st pick…The New England Patriots select… QB…Mason Rudolph .”

  3. All credit to the Eagles – they were better, they played better, they coached better, they deserved to win.

  4. I’ll accept that. Those draft picks spent directly contributed to this season. One, I may remind you, that ended with a SB title. Would I rather have a crap-shoot draft pick of a known commodity? Not even a question.

  5. Wentz played great before the injury. Foles just won you the SB. So what do the Eagles do at QB for next year? One of these QBs will be traded for more draft picks. And the price will be steep!

  6. walker1191 says:
    February 5, 2018 at 9:38 am
    All credit to the Eagles – they were better, they played better, they coached better, they deserved to win.
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    Gee, I never thought I’d see you say this after you guaranteed the Pats win last week. I bet you posted this w/ clenched teeth, huh?

  7. Eagleswin has a good idea. Take the best O Lineman available at 32, and we won’t really miss the 2nd and 3rd rounders too much is a good plan. I would be happy with that, but TBT, after the performance of the lineman, including Big V in replacement of the great Jason Peters, do we really need a lineman to sit on the bench? Depth would be good but we have Seaumalu. Only one of the current guys not under contract will be Wiz, and I bet both him and Peters with a restructure will be back. I think a better plan is to draft some linebacker help. Hicks is often hurt, and we are really thin at depth there. If we draft a linebacker he probably sees the field a lot. It’s what we really need most, and we got to make the 1st rounder count.

  8. All my Eagles need is a middle of the field matchup guy like a FS or LB and an offensive tackle to backup/replace Jason Peters. Luckily this draft has depth at Oline and Linebacker. Go Eagles Philly Philly!

  9. Malcolm Butler not playing allowed the eagles to get the 32nd pick. Good job Malcolm. Pats beat themselves. The eagles were lucky to win that game.

  10. From Dallas Texas, April 26th – “With the 32nd and final pick of the first round of the 2018 NFL DRAFT, the World Champion Philadelphia Eagles select…”

    That’s gotta sting a bit.

  11. From Dallas Texas, April 26th – “With the 32nd and final pick of the first round of the 2018 NFL DRAFT, the World Champion Philadelphia Eagles select…”

    That’s gotta sting a bit.
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    Only an eagle fan can win a lucky sb and still be obsessed with the Dallas Cowboys. hilarious.

  12. Youknowimright says:
    February 6, 2018 at 2:08 pm

    From Dallas Texas, April 26th – “With the 32nd and final pick of the first round of the 2018 NFL DRAFT, the World Champion Philadelphia Eagles select…”

    That’s gotta sting a bit.
    ———————————-

    Only an eagle fan can win a lucky sb and still be obsessed with the Dallas Cowboys. hilarious.

    ——————–
    Which owner is screaming into a pillow? Lucky SB? Pound sand.

    The World Champion Philadelphia Eagles.

  13. Pretty lucky…you know it….who cares about the cowboys…eagles are probably 50th best team ever to win a sb. Eagles still have cowboy obsession. ….hilarious…..go celebrate nothing in your life being different.

  14. I don’t understand the talk about trading Foles. You need 2 QB’s in the NFL if you don’t believe me ask the packers. I fully expect Foles on the Eagles team next year.

  15. Youknowimright says:
    February 6, 2018 at 9:08 pm

    Pretty lucky…you know it….who cares about the cowboys…eagles are probably 50th best team ever to win a sb. Eagles still have cowboy obsession. ….hilarious…..go celebrate nothing in your life being different.

    Keep lying to yourself. You’re the only one you have to convince.

  16. it is not all bad to have few picks, because they have little cap space. if they somehow have the number 1 overall pick, then they may have trouble signing the draftee. They have very few free agents, and 5 picks (plus some undrafted rookies) may be all they need.

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