13. Washington Football Team: Kenyon Green, OL, Texas A&M
Well, it was fun while it lasted.
The Washington Football Team was on a roll and the fans even began to chant “we want Dallas” as they closed in on the NFC East leaders. Then, Dallas knocked them off which was the first of two losses for WFT. Set to play Dallas again this weekend, they’re now 6-8 and trending in the wrong direction.
One of the reasons they struggled in that loss to their rival was an inability to protect their quarterback. Enter Kenyon Green from Texas A&M. Capable of playing either guard or tackle, Green will help shore up their line — and can fill in wherever he’s needed most.
14. Denver Broncos: Sam Howell, QB, North Carolina
Teddy Bridgewater has done a decent job as the quarterback of the Denver Broncos but he’s a free agent after the season and settling for decent is never good enough. That’s why they go with Sam Howell at No. 14.
The North Carolina product looked to be in contention for the top pick coming into the season but didn’t really take that next step as a signal-caller. That may have hurt his stock more than it should have because he still looks the part of an NFL starter. Throw him onto a roster with as much talent as Denver has and he could end up being very successful.