Think you know cream of 2018 QB draft class? History says you’re wrong

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The player taken 87 spots after him just won Super Bowl MVP. The one picked 14 spots after that is likely to pass Luck, and everybody else, as the highest-paid player in the NFL. And a quarterback in the same draft class as all of them, who hits the free-agent market next month coming off his best season, a division title and a trip to the conference championship round 锟斤拷 was not drafted that year at all.

The Browns in 2017 saw stalwart left tackle Joe Thomas miss his first time since he entered the league in 2007. He’s still mulling over whether he wants to return for his 12th year. Right tackle was a real weakness for Cleveland, especially sticking out as Joel Bitonio, J.C. Tretter and Kevin Zeitler made the interior a strength.

Left tackle needs to be a target in the draft, because the options behind aging Nate Solder are dry in free agency. Another Patriot, Cameron Fleming, only 25, would be a great target for right tackle. The Dolphins’ Sam Young, 30, also could work as a short-term solution there.

It seems clear Cobb won’t be returning to Green Bay as the team tries to keep Nelson after signing Davante Adams to a massive extension. Cobb, 27, was a fading blip in the offense with or without Rodgers.

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Garoppolo thrived with a team that had won just 11 percent of its games the two seasons before he became starter. That’s a great start, but not a sustainable one. With a quarterback locked down and a team on the rise, there’s no reason for Lynch not to spend in an effort to end San Francisco’s playoff drought at four years.

That doesn’t mean spending recklessly, however. Lynch raised some eyebrows by resetting the previously low-key fullback market with his $21 million deal for Juszczyk and guaranteeing a 30-year-old wideout $20 million, but those moves belied his team-building philosophy. He wants productive, low-risk veterans and understands he’ll have to pay a premium until his team starts winning.