32. Miami Dolphins
As things stand, the Dolphins will be relying on Ryan Tannehill at quarterback. While they focused on offense in free agency — signing former Packers guard Josh Sitton and wide receivers Danny Amendola and Albert Wilson — they needed to find a quarterback for the future, and it must hurt that Josh Rosen was picked one spot ahead of them.
31. Cincinnati Bengals
The Bengals had a solid draft, but I still don’t like their chances of escaping the AFC North this year. Andy Dalton needs to play a lot better than he did in 2017. I just don’t see it happening.
30. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Buccaneers made some nice moves in the draft. Vita Vea will help strengthen their defense up front, and Ronald Jones II could be a good replacement for Doug Martin at running back. Unfortunately for Tampa Bay, it plays in one of the toughest divisions in all of football. It could be another long year.
29. Cleveland Browns
For a team that hasn’t won a game since 2016, this is a kind ranking. But the Browns have put together a strong offseason. They’ve added quarterback Tyrod Taylor, receiver Jarvis Landry and running back Carlos Hyde, all players who will help right away. Baker Mayfield could be their long-term answer at QB. Denzel Ward and Damarious Randall will help the secondary.