By Adam MeyersUpdated September 29, 2018 09:59:13The NFL Draft is still a month away, and while we’re still waiting for the big day, there are some intriguing storylines to watch.
The Los Angeles Rams, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants and Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been named the first four teams to make the leap to the top of the 2017 draft.
However, it seems as though the Jacksonville Jaguars, Philadelphia Eagles, Tennessee Titans and Miami Dolphins are among the teams that have already made the jump.
The 2017 NFL draft is shaping up to be the most interesting since it has seen the first mock drafts published for each team.
This has led to some intriguing predictions from our writers, who have made predictions for each of the teams.
Below is a breakdown of how each team stands heading into the draft.
We’ll be covering the draft through the first week of the season, so stay tuned for the full rankings.
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The Rams will make their first pick at No. 2 overall.
If the Rams are able to grab the No. 1 pick, it would mark their first top-three selection in franchise history.
That means they would be in position to grab a top-five pick, a top three pick, or a top seven pick.
However the Rams will have to wait a bit longer than that to get the pick.
The Saints have already landed the top pick in the draft, selecting Clemson wide receiver Marques Colston with the No, 2 overall pick.
They also picked up offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil with the first overall pick, and defensive end Michael Bennett with the second overall pick in a deal that also sent linebacker Kwon Alexander to the Seahawks.
The Jaguars will pick third overall, but it’s not clear if they’ll have enough picks to land either the No 1 pick or the No 2 pick.
If they do, they would have the first pick since the 2016 draft.
The Eagles will select the No 3 overall pick with the 12th pick in this year’s draft.
They have the No 4 overall pick and the No 5 overall pick currently, but they’ll likely have to settle for the No 6 overall pick as they don’t have enough assets to acquire the No 7 pick.
The Rams will be able to land the No 8 pick in order to snag the No 9 pick.
There are two teams that would be able, if the Rams make the pick, to snag that pick.
Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Jordan Phillips, who has the highest grade among the defensive tackles selected, would be a logical landing spot for the Dolphins if they are able get the No 10 pick.
Phillips was the No 14 overall pick by the Titans last year and has made it clear that he wants to be selected higher.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Myles Jack is considered the No 11 overall pick after a strong workout at the combine.
Jack has played well for the Buccaneers in his time in Tampa, and the team has also landed a few other high-quality defensive linemen in the past.
He would be the No 12 overall pick if the Bucs are able.
The Jets will select No. 9 overall, which would be their third overall selection in the first round.
They currently have the 13th overall pick from the Titans, and are expected to have a very strong draft class moving forward.
The Jets would be expected to pick the No 13 overall pick at some point in the near future.
Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Malik Jackson is a potential landing spot if they get the first-round pick in 2017, as the Jaguars have the 14th overall selection.
They would have to find a way to get him to Jacksonville, however, if they can land him.
The Dolphins are expected not to trade up to grab Jackson, as they’re currently No. 8.
The Titans will draft No. 12 overall, and have the 17th overall overall pick (via the Eagles).
The Titans have been in the market for defensive ends for a while, but this is the first year they can make that happen.
The Titans also have some quality defensive tackles in Marcus Mariota and Myles Garrett.
They’ve been trying to trade down for a few years now, but the Titans have found a home for Marcus Mariotta at No 15.
The Browns are the first team to land a top 10 pick in draft history.
The Browns are also the first to land an All-Pro cornerback in the second round, as Corey Davis was the second-best cornerback on the board, behind only the Rams’ Marcus Peters.
Davis was ranked the No 15 overall pick last year by NFL Network, but was the only cornerback selected.
They’ll have to go back and get another pick to land Davis, as there are just too many talented cornerbacks available.
New Orleans Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore, who was the 12-th overall player in this