Post-Draft NFL Power Rankings, From Worst to Best

30. Washington Redskins

Last Year: 3-13

The offense is anemic, but just look at that defensive line. The Redskins might allow four rushing yards all season and lose every game 3-0. Chase Young was the top player on several pundits’ boards, and he joins a group that already features a trove of blue-chippers including Jonathan Allen, Daron Payne and Montez Sweat. If Dwayne Haskins can fit the bill of a first-round QB, Washington could turn some heads in a winnable NFC East.

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29. Detroit Lions

Last Year: 3-12-1

Aside from the (presumably) returning Matthew Stafford, there isn’t a whole lot to like about this Detroit roster. Kenny Golladay saw a nice breakout in 2019, and they added Georgia runner D’Andre Swift in the second-round (not sure what this means for Kerryon Johnson), but the Lions are clearly last in the stacked NFC North’s hierarchy. CB Jeff Okudah is a nice player, but he’s not better than the guy Detroit traded away earlier this offseason — the newest Philadelphia Eagle, Darius Slay.

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