Which teams fared the best (and worst)? Mel Kiper runs through every draft class.
Sure, Sam Darnold was an amazing pick, but so were a few middle-round outside linebackers.
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- 1 (1)Baker MayfieldOklahomaQB
- 1 (3)Sam DarnoldUSCQB
- 1 (7)Josh AllenWyomingQB
- 1 (10)Josh RosenUCLAQB
- 1 (32)Lamar JacksonLouisvilleQB
- 3 (12)Mason RudolphOklahoma StateQB
- 4 (8)Kyle LaulettaRichmondQB
- 5 (34)Mike WhiteWestern KentuckyQB
- 6 (25)Luke FalkWashington StateQB
- 6 (29)Tanner LeeNebraskaQB
- 7 (1)Danny EtlingLSUQB
- 7 (2)Alex McGoughFlorida IntlQB
- 7 (31)Logan WoodsideToledoQB
In a flurry of offseason moves, it's still too early to tell whether the new Gruden Raiders will return to form.
With minicamps wrapping up last Thursday, the NFL is officially on vacation. How did your team fare in the offseason?
Giants rookie RB Saquon Barkley and 15 others will be featured in ESPN The Magazine's 10th annual The Body Issue.
The Broncos potentially answered their QB questions, signing free agent Case Keenum, but questions still remain on the offensive line.
The Titans' biggest changes affected the coaching staff and offensive scheme with the hope of unleashing their young QB and becoming a contender.
Indianapolis has avoided big spending and flashy moves since finishing 4-12, and that's just fine with general manager Chris Ballard.