Previous rank: № 31U
The Lions are playing for tomorrow, so it’s best to look at the team’s project until 2021 as a foundation-building exercise. It started with a franchise left in Oregon Peney Sewell, followed by three peaks that turned to defense in the second and third rounds. This will not help Jared Goff fill in more gaps this fall, but that’s not really the point. Goff feels more like a substitute until 2022, when the Lions can use another premium asset for their future in QB. Unless, I guess, Goff is full Aaron Rodgers and holds him to all his doubters in a profound way. Crazyer things happened!