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2020 NFL Draft Order after week 10

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Time to start the yearly draft order thread after the first quarter of the season is in the books, this shouldn't be taken as an indication that the Titans season is over more a look at how the draft order is starting to take shape, especially keeping an eye on the QB needy teams that are ahead of us in the Draft Order.

 

2020 NFL Draft Order Post Week 4

 

1. Dolphins

2. Bengals

3. Redskins

4. Denver 

5. Jets

6. Cardinals

7. Dolphins (from Steelers)

8. Falcons

9. Jags

10. Colts

11. Ravens

12. Giants

13. Raiders

14. Eagles

15. Titans

16. Panthers

17. Bucs

18. Vikings

19. Lions

20. Seahawks

21. Browns

22. Chargers

23. Miami (from Texans)

24. Cowboys

25. Packers

26. Bills

27. Rams

28. Raiders (from Bears)

29. Saints

30. Patriots

31. 49ers

32. Chiefs

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Going by just the top half of the order:

Dolphins/Bengals/Denver/Colts/Raiders  all need QB's to some varying degree.  

 

Colts and Denver need long term answers.  Not sure about the Vegas bound Raiders, but if they cut Carr they would need one. Dolphins and Bengals obviously will be taking qb's.

 

 

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1 hour ago, rns90 said:

Going by just the top half of the order:

Dolphins/Bengals/Denver/Colts/Raiders  all need QB's to some varying degree.  

 

Colts and Denver need long term answers.  Not sure about the Vegas bound Raiders, but if they cut Carr they would need one. Dolphins and Bengals obviously will be taking qb's.

 

 

 

The Vikings/Panthers/Chargers are other teams to watch in the QB sweepstakes, couldn't totally rule them out of drafting a QB this time around.

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You see guys like Kyle Allen and Gardner Minshew having success in the NFL, I wonder if JRob has his eyes on a mid to late round guy. 

 

We looked at a ton of late round to UDF QBs last year.

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15 minutes ago, Tomachek said:

You see guys like Kyle Allen and Gardner Minshew having success in the NFL, I wonder if JRob has his eyes on a mid to late round guy. 

 

We looked at a ton of late round to UDF QBs last year.

 

Might be a bit early to crown guys like Minshew/Allen wait till defensive coordinators get enough film on them and see how they go then, no doubt they have both shown early promise though.

 

Hitting on a late round QB is the unicorn of NFL scouting.

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23 minutes ago, AussieTitanFan08 said:

 

Might be a bit early to crown guys like Minshew/Allen wait till defensive coordinators get enough film on them and see how they go then, no doubt they have both shown early promise though.

 

Hitting on a late round QB is the unicorn of NFL scouting.

 

 They were just recent examples. Look around the league at whose starting Jimmy G, Brisset, Dalton, Carr, Rudolph, Allen, Minshew, Cousins, Dax (might be more, going off the top of my head). All were had after the first round. Granted none are elite, but majority are playing decent football.

 

Then you have your true unicorns in Tom Brady and Drew Brees.

 

 

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16 minutes ago, Tomachek said:

 

 They were just recent examples. Look around the league at whose starting Jimmy G, Brisset, Dalton, Carr, Rudolph, Allen, Minshew, Cousins, Dax (might be more, going off the top of my head). All were had after the first round. Granted none are elite, but majority are playing decent football.

 

Then you have your true unicorns in Tom Brady and Drew Brees.

 

 

 

Jimmy G, Dalton, Carr were all 2nd round picks

Brissett, Rudolph were all 3rd round picks

Dak, Cousins, Allen, Minshew were day 3 or undrafted guys.

 

Dak is the only guy out of that lot with a playoff win so far.

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16 hours ago, Tomachek said:

They were just recent examples. Look around the league at whose starting Jimmy G, Brisset, Dalton, Carr, Rudolph, Allen, Minshew, Cousins, Dax (might be more, going off the top of my head). All were had after the first round. Granted none are elite, but majority are playing decent football.

 

Then you have your true unicorns in Tom Brady and Drew Brees.

 

Since 2011 when Dalton was drafted there have been 76 QBs drafted in the 2nd thru 7th rounds. By my count 9 of them are starting right now. Minshew, Rudolph, Brissett, Prescott, Dalton, Carr, Garoppolo, Wilson, and Cousins. Siemian just got benched. Foles was starting before he got hurt.

 

Even if you count all of them it's 11/76 = 14.4%. That's not a high success rate.

 

I wouldn't even count on guys like Rudolph or Minshew being long term starters yet. I think young 2+ rounders guys tend to get chances like this precisely due to injury. Most of them don't become long term starters (Tyrod Taylor, Zach Mettenberger, AJ McCarron, Mike Glennon, Brock Osweiler, Geno Smith are guys who got decent amount of playing time but never became reliable starters).

 

I would not be surprised if Rudolph and Minshew (even Brissett) end up like them. Guys who got shots, played pretty well at times but ultimately are not NFL starters.

 

Long way to say that drafting a guy in the later rounds you are mostly hoping for a developmental backup who can start for you in a pinch but not long term. There are not many diamonds in the rough.

 

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2020 NFL Draft Order after Week 5.

 

Our relatively high strength of schedule is going to be a problem regarding draft position, even with the loss this week we only drop from pick #15 to pick #13.

 

1. Bengals

2. Redskins

3. Dolphins

4. Jets

5. Dolphins (from Steelers)

6. Broncos

7. Falcons

8. Cardinals

9. Browns

10. Jags

11. Giants

12. Chargers

13. Titans

14. Bucs

15. Colts

16. Cowboys

17. Panthers

18. Rams

19. Vikings

20. Raiders (from Bears)

21. Ravens

22. Raiders

23. Eagles

24. Lions

25. Dolphins (from Texans)

26. Bills

27. Seahawks

28. Saints

29. Chiefs

30. Packers

31. 49ers

32. Patriots

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23 minutes ago, Nash said:

Lots of trade partners , including Jets and Redskins who already have qb's

 

The Putrid Bowl this week between the Redskins/Dolphins will shake things up a bit at the top of the draft order.

 

Have to wonder if the Redskins would pull a Cardinals and take another first round QB if they found themselves with the number 1 pick at the end of the year.

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Only positive after today's loss to the Broncos as we inch a little closer to a top 10 pick in the 2020 Draft.

 

As things stand for the Titans at the end of week 6 we would hold pick #11 in the 2020 Draft, will post the entire order after MNF, that game doesn't affect where we are slotted.

 

As mentioned before our tougher strength of schedule is going to be a problem as we hunt a QBOTF, example this week the Jags have the same record as us but would hypothetically hold #6 due to their easier SOS.

 

 

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QB needy teams that will be drafting ahead of us—Dolphins, Bengals, Falcons, ?Redskins.  We may need to trade up, possibly with Jets, to get a good QB.  If Tannehill does well, we will probably be in 15 range.  

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