How The NFL Draft Would Have Developed If It Used The NBA's Model

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How The NFL Draft Would Have Developed If It Used The NBA's Model
How The NFL Draft Would Have Developed If It Used The NBA's Model

Had the NFL conducted a draft lottery and had the ping-pong balls come out in exactly the same fashion as last week's NBA draft lottery, in which the New Orleans Pelicans were awarded the No. 1 overall choice, the Jacksonville Jaguars would have earned the top pick. How might that have changed the first round of last month's NFL Draft? Glad you asked. Here is a pretend draft featuring the 14 “lottery” teams. 1. Jacksonville Jaguars The real pick at No. 7: Kentucky edge Josh Allen. The potential pick at No. 1: Alabama DT Quinnen Williams. After the Jaguars signed quarterback Nick Foles to a four-year, $88 million deal in free agency, would they have doubled down on quarterback by taking Kyler

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