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Picks No. 26 through 28

. Defensive Tackle. Baltimore Ravens. Jordan Davis. 26. player. 26

The Baltimore Ravens suffered a terrible loss in Week 10, as they played the Miami Dolphins on Thursday night and looked bad on both sides of the ball. The likelihood is that was an aberration, as this is a team that could be one of the last standing this season when all is said and done.

Holding a pick this late in round one, the Ravens decide to target the defensive line, adding Jordan Davis from Georgia at pick No. 26. Davis is a guy who is elite against the run, and if the Ravens defense can match the big-play ability of the offense, they are going to be a team to beat in the AFC for years to come.

Detroit Lions. Desmond Ridder. 27. player. 50. . Quarterback

With the No 1 overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft, the Detroit Lions may try to roll the dice on a quarterback, but there is no true No. 1 guy this year. Luckily for them, they hold two first-round picks next April, and they may be able to get an elite quarterback prospect this late in round one.

While they could hold on to pick Desmond Ridder No. 1 in the second round, the thought could be that someone will come up and get him. Ridder is a guy with a strong arm, outstanding football IQ, and quickness, making him an interesting prospect in this year’s class.

Daxton Hill. 28. player. 123. . Safety. Dallas Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys righted the ship in Week 10, as they took on the Atlanta Falcons and beat them down, 43-3 inside Jerry’s World. If Dak Prescott is healthy, this team has legitimate Super Bowl aspirations, and they are a team to keep an eye on down the stretch.

With pick No. 28, the Cowboys continue to add to the secondary, drafting Daxton Hill, a safety from the University of Michigan. Dallas hit a home run with Trevon Diggs at cornerback, and Hill could be a final piece to the puzzle.