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NFL Draft Order: Ravens still below 16

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NCAA Football: Texas at Baylor Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

A bye week changed nothing for the Baltimore Ravens, as they still stand at 12 in the 2018 NFL Draft order.

  1. Browns
  2. 49ers
  3. Giants
  4. Colts
  5. Chargers
  6. Broncos
  7. Browns (from Texans)
  8. Bears
  9. Buccaneers
  10. Jets
  11. Bengals
  12. Ravens
  13. Cardinals
  14. Raiders
  15. Washington
  16. Dolphins
  17. Cowboys
  18. Lions
  19. Bills
  20. Packers
  21. Falcons
  22. Jaguars
  23. Titans
  24. Bills (from Chiefs)
  25. Seahawks
  26. Panthers
  27. Steelers
  28. Rams
  29. Vikings
  30. Patriots
  31. Saints
  32. Eagles

In the Baltimore Beatdown Mock Draft 2.0, Matt Cohen selects OT Connor Williams, at 12.

During the 3.0 Mock Draft, the pick changes to something a little more exciting.

The Ravens already have stalwart tackle Ronnie Stanley. To bookend this line with Williams could solidify the offensive line, and doing so before Marshal Yanda hangs up the cleats is a good idea.

In the most recent mock, though, the Ravens select a skill position player in the first round. The last time this occurred, 2015, Breshad Perriman. Ridley has looked the part, and hopefully this brings about another offensive weapon for Joe Flacco to put points on the board.

There are still seven games to be played, with multiple ‘winnable’ games in the schedule. At this point, it feels as if the Ravens have a 50-50 toss up on making the post-season, or acquiring a top 10 pick.