The opening night of the 2020 NFL draft included several twists and turns. Four teams took a quarterback -- including the Green Bay Packers trading up to land Jordan Love to serve as Aaron Rodgers' understudy. Meanwhile, the run on receivers didn't begin until pick No. 12, but six went in Round 1, along with seven offensive linemen.
How will Round 2 play out on Friday night? It's full of unpredictability, so this is a projection of what could happen if every team drafts based purely on fit:
A.J. Green turns 32 in July, he missed the 2019 season with torn ankle ligaments and he has missed 29 games over the past four years. He also was given the franchise tag this offseason. Higgins would be a good long-term complement to Tyler Boyd.
34. Indianapolis Colts (from WSH)
The Colts parted ways with Devin Funchess and Chester Rogers. Meanwhile, T.Y. Hilton turns 31 this year and he's coming off his worst season statistically, with a calf injury playing a big role. Pittman gives free-agent signing Philip Rivers a much-needed playmaker.