The draft is over.
But there’s still a ton of work to be done.
Here are five things to know this weekend: 1.
There’s plenty of talent in the NFL Draft This year, the top-ranked draft class will have more than 30 picks.
That number will increase in 2018.
The only way to determine who has the most potential is to find out who has a chance to go first overall.
But that can only happen when the players get drafted.
If they fall, the next guy who falls won’t be as good as they were.
There will be a whole lot of players to watch.
For a deeper look at the draft, read my first draft preview in this week’s issue.
A lot of teams are still waiting to find their starting quarterbacks This season, every team has two quarterbacks, but a few teams have a quarterback with potential.
We’re looking at two quarterbacks for each team, starting with the New York Jets.
The Jets could use a backup in the event of an injury to one of the starting quarterbacks, so the team could go with a QB1 in the draft.
That could be a big problem for the Pittsburgh Steelers, who have the No. 4 pick and could use the pick to find a QB3.
The Steelers also could be looking at a quarterback at the top of the draft in the form of UCLA’s Josh Rosen.
They are also likely to go with another quarterback in the middle rounds, but the Jets’ pick could be the best option.
Some teams will draft their QBs later than expected It’s not uncommon for teams to have more QBs than they can use.
So this year, some teams will be drafting their QB1s late in the second round or even later than that.
The New York Giants might want to wait until the fourth round to take a QB.
There are also a lot of QBs who are at their peak but have plateaued, like Notre Dame’s DeShone Kizer and Michigan State’s Mitch Trubisky.
But if the Giants are going to trade up to draft a QB, they need to have the quarterback ready for training camp.
So that’s what they’re going to do in this draft.
It will be hard to predict the final position of each player in the first round This year’s draft class has a few interesting quarterbacks.
The Philadelphia Eagles could use an outside quarterback at No. 6, but they’re also likely going to be looking to move up for Alabama’s Deshaun Watson.
The Washington Redskins have a chance for a quarterback in this year’s class, but that could be too high a pick for the team to pass up.
And, of course, the Cleveland Browns have a lot to like.
But they’re likely to take one of their QB2s early in the third round, so there’s no guarantee that one will be ready.
So the team might need to go back to the drawing board.
Some QBs are the better bets for a team in the fourth or fifth round Some teams might have a great QB, but if the team is looking to take that player later in the round, the odds are stacked against them.
The Minnesota Vikings have been searching for a franchise quarterback for a few years now, and they will be looking for one this year.
So while the Browns might be looking around for a QB2, the team won’t have a clear answer at No .
The Texans might have to go all in on a quarterback later in this class, so it’s a bit more likely that they’ll take a player later than they might have originally expected.