29. Mitchell Trubisky
Trubisky could move up this list in short order, much like Jared Goff did a year ago. The Chicago Bears put plenty of help around him, adding Taylor Gabriel, Allen Robinson and Trey Burton, along with offensive-minded head coach Matt Nagy. If Trubisky can take advantage of his weapons, look for the second-year man to make a move.
28. Joe Flacco
It’s now or never for Flacco with the Baltimore Ravens. After drafting Lamar Jackson in the first round, the Ravens have officially put Flacco on notice, and rightfully so. Flacco has been terrible since winning the Super Bowl in 2012, with Baltimore missing the playoffs in four of the five seasons since.
27. Sam Darnold
Darnold should be a star for the New York Jets, but don’t expect it right away. He doesn’t have a great supporting cast, with Quincy Enunwa and Robby Anderson as his top receivers. That said, the Jets appear to have finally solve their issues under center.
26. Case Keenum
Keenum was a tough evaluation. On one hand, he had a career year with the Minnesota Vikings, throwing for 3,547 yards and 22 touchdowns. On the other hand, that’s a middling year for most starters, and he’s going to a team with considerably less weapons in the Denver Broncos. Keenum could shine, but he could also regress heavily.