31. Kansas City Chiefs: Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama
In a weekend where some of the most dominant quarterbacks in the game went down — Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady — Patrick Mahomes was able to stay alive. They took on the Buffalo Bills and won in front of their home crowd, setting up a rematch with the Cincinnati Bengals.
While they’re still focused on this run, we can look ahead to the offseason and add some talent for them at wide receiver in Jameson Williams. Arguably the best wideout in a crowded class, Williams’ stock might have been hurt by a torn ACL. For the Chiefs, they’re not bothered by this since they already have so much to work with on offense.
They can make sure Williams gets 100 percent healthy before putting him on the field. Once they do, this can be scary.
32. Detroit Lions (via Los Angeles Rams): Jahan Dotson, WR, Penn State
There would have been a lot of criticism had the Los Angeles Rams not closed the deal this weekend after jumping out to a 27-3 lead, but they pulled off the win even after Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Bucs stormed back and tied it at 27 with less than a minute to play.
Not only would they have blown a huge lead but it would have led to their moves to give up all their first-round picks over the next few seasons to win now. However, they pulled it off and are now the top team remaining in the NFC.
For the Detroit Lions, it just means they draft last but they still land a great option in Jahan Dotson from Penn State. Dotson gives them what they need on offense, a player who can threaten defenses.