With the draft officially in the books, it’s time for the latest 2020 NFL Power Rankings to see where each team stands.
As exciting as it was to see all of the action recently take place in the draft, the big event also provided fans with plenty to discuss in the latest edition of the 2020 NFL Power Rankings.
This time of year, it can be difficult to determine where every team stands following the draft since the latest additions have yet to even suit up for a single game, but also most football fans have a pretty good idea.
For example, as much as some football fans love to joke about the Dallas Cowboys always failing to live up to the high expectations, the team was considered one of the big winners from the draft after finding a way to land a top wideout from the class in CeeDee Lamb.
Looking a the current situation on offense for the Cowboys, the team didn’t exactly need as much help at wideout as other positions, but Lamb joining an offense that was already loaded with talent should have the rest of the NFC on high alert.
Meanwhile, unlike the Cowboys, the Green Bay Packers failed to draft a single wide receiver and instead decided to use a first-rounder on Utah State quarterback Jordan Love.
What the future holds for Aaron Rodgers and the Packers has been one of the most discussed topics since Love was selected by Green Bay in the first round, but it’s even more concerning the team failed to draft a single wideout to at least address the upcoming 2020 season.
From now until the start of training camp, football fans will have plenty to discuss in regards to where every team stands, as plenty could change over the next few months.
But for now, with the draft officially over, here’s a look at the latest NFL Power Rankings to see which teams are in the best shape, and which ones still have work to do.