Teams at top (of draft order) holding serve

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Things are still crowded at the bottom, though there are a few teams trying to escape the top 10.

The Jets and Falcons putting together actual winning streaks have knocked them down a few spots, but most of their peers are staying put, in terms of the 2020 NFL Draft.

If the season ended today, the winless Bengals (0-10) would hold spot in next year’s selection order. Also, a lot of people would be saying: “Why did the NFL season end the Tuesday after Week 11?”

Washington (1-9), the Giants (2-8), and Dolphins remain in the second, third, and fourth spots.

The Jets (3-7) would still pick fifth, despite logging wins against Washington and the Giants the last two weeks. The Buccaneers (3-7) and Broncos (3-7) follow in sixth and seventh.

The Falcons have fallen (risen?) to the eighth spot in the order after surprising post-bye wins over the Saints and Panthers.

The Cardinals (3-7-1) and Lions (3-6-1) round out the top 10.

11 responses to “Teams at top (of draft order) holding serve

  1. This is only standing my NY Giants are always among the top teams in the league. So proud of those guys!

  2. Nobody is insinuating the Bengals, Washington and the Giants are “tanking” (wink, wink)- that’s not a good look.

  3. Do you guys think Washington drafts another QB in the first round? It’s a painful move to repeat it, but this is a stacked WB class so I feel like that’s definitely the smart move.

  4. “Why did the NFL season end the Tuesday after Week 11?” Repeating the same tired joke over and over doesn’t make it funny. Also, if you can’t bare to call them the Redskins, then why is their team page labeled that way?

  5. The Lions…… A Disgrace. Wasted talent. SMH. The defense has been terrible for years and Quinns last 4 drafts, hes drafted 1 defensive person in the 1st round. All others have been on the O.

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