2. The Green Bay Packers might regret passing on Elijah Moore
Despite an obvious need at the position, the Green Bay Packers have shied away from drafting a wide receiver early in recent years. And the effects have been evident on the team's offense.
They haven't drafted a wide receiver in the first two rounds since they added Davante Adams back in the 2014 NFL Draft. That pick turned out pretty well for Green Bay, but they haven't been willing to try again in subsequent years.
They did draft Clemson's Amari Rodgers in the third round of this year's draft, but he's played just eight percent of offensive snaps and has only two catches to his name in 12 games.
Instead, the Packers used their first-round pick to select Georgia cornerback Eric Stokes with the 29th overall pick. Stokes has started nine games this season and looks the part of a rookie cornerback.
That is to say that he's had his fair share of struggles, but the organization is ultimately high on his long-term future. But with the team lacking a viable second option behind Adams, Elijah Moore is someone many Packers fans wish they had on their team.
Plenty of Packers fans were banging the table for Moore back in April, and even some eight months later, passing on him looks like a mistake.