The 2018 NFL Draft promises to be another blockbuster event with some of the top college athletes in the nation getting ready to begin their pro careers. Here’s the complete draft order of Round 1.
It’s that time of year for football fanatics across the world. The glorious 2018 NFL Draft brings great hope and opportunities for teams looking to bolster their rosters by drafting some of the best college athletes in the country.
For those teams selecting within the first few picks of this year’s draft, it will be interesting to see how fast quarterbacks fly off the draft board. It’s no secret that the Big 4 at quarterback, Baker Mayfield, Josh Allen, Sam Darnold, and Josh Allen, are all waiting to finally find out where their new homes will be.
One of those teams selecting within the first five picks, the New York Jets, are going to undoubtedly take one of these top quarterbacks. A team that hasn’t had any luck whatsoever with drafting quarterbacks in what feels like forever that’s hoping they end this curse in 2018.
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This year’s draft will easily be one to remember but it all comes down to what the Cleveland Browns decide to do with the No. 1 overall pick. Do they take a top quarterback? Do they trade down to acquire even more draft picks and/or players? Could they shake the entire draft order by taking a player that no one ever expected them to like a premier running back or defensive end?
Who knows what will transpire but one thing is for sure, after months of speculation and analysis, it’ll be great to see what the final results will be for all these teams that are trying to be contenders this upcoming season.
Direct from NFL.com, here’s the official draft order for every team in Round 1 of this year’s draft:
1. Cleveland Browns2. New York Giants3. New York Jets from Indianapolis Colts4. Cleveland Browns from Houston Texans5. Denver Broncos6. Indianapolis Colts from New York Jets7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers8. Chicago Bears9. San Francisco 49ers10. Oakland Raiders11. Miami Dolphins12. Buffalo Bills from Cincinnati Bengals13. Washington Redskins14. Green Bay Packers15. Arizona Cardinals16. Baltimore Ravens17. Los Angeles Chargers18. Seattle Seahawks19. Dallas Cowboys20. Detroit Lions21. Cincinnati Bengals from Buffalo Bills22. Buffalo Bills from Kansas City Chiefs23. New England Patriots from Los Angeles Rams24. Carolina Panthers25. Tennessee Titans26. Atlanta Falcons27. New Orleans Saints28. Pittsburgh Steelers29. Jacksonville Jaguars30. Minnesota Vikings31. New England Patriots32. Philadelphia Eagles
All eyes will be on what the Browns ultimately do since things can go as predicted or down a crazy wild path that nobody could ever think could transpire. Hopefully, at least the Jets can walk away with a quarterback that’s worth bragging about.