Best & Worst of NFL Draft


The NFL Draft in 2017 has provided great entertainment through the first 2 days. Day 3 has been an embarrassment of cheesy attempts to be entertaining for the NFL Network. That's Good Sports recaps the best and worst so far, including draft picks being made by an Orangutan at the Indianapolis Zoo.

Drew Pearson, former wide receiver for the Dallas Cowboys hilariously taunted the Philadelphia crowd, Willie Brown reminded everyone to love their mothers and get them great Mother's Day gifts now, and Garret Bolles dazzled at the Denver Broncos press conference after Lion Kinging his baby on day 1 of the NFL draft.

Arizona Cardinals: Linebacker Haason Reddick was the Cardinals' first-round pick and their future at inside linebacker. Analysis for every pick

Below are some ESPN Draft Grades:

Atlanta Falcons: Edge rusher Takkarist McKinley will be a high-energy addition to an Atlanta front seven led by NFL sacks leader Vic Beasley Jr. Analysis for every pick

Carolina Panthers: Christian McCaffrey fills three needs with one selection. He'll be a great change-of-pace back, a legitimate receiving threat out of the backfield and can return punts. Analysis for every pick

Chicago Bears: Bears GM Ryan Pace is all-in on quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, and for the organization's sake, he'd better be spot on with the evaluation. Analysis for every pick

Dallas Cowboys: The Cowboys have made no secret about their desire to improve their pass rush. They hope Taco Charlton fits the bill. Analysis for every pick

Denver Broncos: The Broncos addressed a huge need by taking Utah tackle Garett Bolles and will look for speedy playmakers. Analysis for every pick

Green Bay Packers: Kevin King, the No. 33 pick overall, is the tallest of the top-tier cornerback prospects on the board and might play as a hybrid cornerback/free safety. Analysis for every pick

Indianapolis Colts: Top pick Malik Hooker is the ninth new defensive player the Colts have signed or drafted this offseason. They finished 30th in the NFL in defense last season. Analysis for every pick

Kansas City Chiefs: The Chiefs were determined to trade up to land a QB they believe will be the future of the franchise. Patrick Mahomes II is that pick. Analysis for every pick

New England Patriots: The Patriots have selected Youngstown defensive end Derek Rivers with their initial draft choice, No. 83 overall. Rivers' 2.53-second 20-yard split was among the best at the position and an indication of his burst. Analysis for every pick

Philadelphia Eagles: Defensive end Derek Barnett broke former Eagles great Reggie White's Tennessee sack record. That's some eye-popping output. Analysis for every pick

Pittsburgh Steelers: Pass-rush help was a need and top pick T.J. Watt will be highly motivated. He is a unique athlete and has the Watt pedigree as a younger brother of Houston Texans star J.J. Analysis for every pick

San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers got two of their top three on the board with Solomon Thomas and Reuben Foster. Analysis for every pick

Seattle Seahawks: Malik McDowell gives the Seahawks a talented defensive tackle who should be able to contribute as an interior pass-rusher immediately and eventually move into a starting role. Analysis for every pick

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