The 2021-22 Biletnikoff winner comes off the board at number four in this one. While this may be a bit rich, especially considering how unimpressive this wide receiver class has been this season, the Pittsburgh Steelers get the opportunity to reunite Kenny Pickett and Jordan Addison in hopes they can recreate what they did at Pitt last season.
The Detroit Lions certainly have more issues to fix, especially on the defensive side of the ball, but this team clearly isn’t getting too much help from Jared Goff. He doesn’t move the needle for a team. He’s a placeholder and not much more than that. Will Levis has all the tools to become a gunslinger in the NFL, and with Amon-Ra St. Brown and Jameson Williams at his disposal, that could be a fun offense.
With the pick from the New Orleans Saints, a trade that has aged very well for the Philadelphia Eagles, they get a fun edge rusher in Myles Murphy. Murphy could help get to the quarterback more, which the Eagles haven’t been great at this season, and he could offer the potential to be elite at the position.
Perhaps the “steal” of the draft to this point, Georgia defensive lineman Jalen Carter falls to the Jacksonville Jaguars at seven. Carter has struggled a bit with injuries this year, but against Tennessee, he looked like his old self, making several stops and forcing two fumbles against the Vols.