12. Philadelphia Eagles
The Philadelphia Eagles put themselves in a weird spot this season as they drafted a backup quarterback with their second-round selection. It’s not the first time a team has done this with a starter on the roster but they usually do it with an aged veteran nearing retirement.
That wasn’t the case in Philly. Instead, they brought Jalen Hurts to a team that has a young Carson Wentz who also just happened to sign a massive extension with more than $100 million guaranteed. That could end up causing some issues.
11. Green Bay Packers
Speaking of issues, Aaron Rodgers surely wasn’t happy that the Packers took Jordan Love in the first round. However, this move made more sense as Rodgers is 36 and will turn 37 before the year is over. Unlike the Eagles, they expect their young guy to be starting sometime in the near future.
10. Minnesota Vikings
Kevin Stefanski’s old team could take a step back this season but until we see that, they remain a top-10 club. They’re solid on both sides of the ball and they did a good job replacing some of their losses. Justin Jefferson and Jeff Gladney could both be special.
9. Seattle Seahawks
If the Seahawks really did offer Russell Wilson to the Browns for the No. 1 overall pick in 2018, there could be trouble in Seattle. Then again, there seems to always be some crazy rumor about Wilson leaving the Seahawks and nothing ever comes from it. He will be there and they will be good again.