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The NFL is set to unveil its final draft order on Monday, which could mean the end of the season with the Super Bowl at the top of the league’s list.
The draft order is expected to be announced by the league office on Monday morning.
The NFL Draft is the most watched draft in the league.
Here’s a look at some of the top players and teams to watch.1.
New England Patriots – 3.3 starsESPN draft analyst Chad Ford tweeted on Sunday that the Patriots would draft defensive end Jonathan Allen at No. 3 overall.
That’s a surprise to many Patriots fans because of how they drafted last year.
The Patriots have drafted a lot of players in the first round in recent years, including Allen and Chandler Jones, and it was clear that the team was on the hunt for an edge rusher.
The team is likely to take the best player available, but it won’t be until the end.
Allen could be the Patriots’ best edge rusher since Rob Ninkovich.
The 6-foot-5, 311-pounder has been on the practice squad since the beginning of training camp, but he was on their practice squad in 2014.
The Patriots drafted him with the No. 8 overall pick in 2014, but they traded him to the Chicago Bears.
They later drafted him in the third round with the 23rd overall pick.
He has started in five games for the Patriots this season, but Allen has yet to play a down.
The 5-foot, 175-pound Allen has shown his athleticism in drills, but there have been some issues with his technique, according to ESPN’s Mike Mayock.
Allen is a solid pass rusher, but his lack of strength could make him an issue for quarterback Tom Brady, according the Patriots Insider.
The safety could be an option in free agency, but the Patriots will probably be in a market for a pass rusher in the draft.2.
New York Giants – 3 starsESPN Draft analyst Chad Harris tweeted Sunday that defensive end Malik McDowell was a top-10 pick for the Giants.
McDowell, a 6-3, 290-pound defensive end from Arkansas, is a big hitter who will likely be an NFL star.
The Giants drafted McDowell in the second round with their No. 11 overall pick back in 2014 and have since made him a starter in every season.
McDowles ability to rush the passer and get to the quarterback is one of the things that sets him apart from the rest of the defensive linemen in the NFL.
He was selected to the Pro Bowl twice in 2015 and 2016, including last season, when he was the team’s sack leader with 5.5.
The 3-year veteran has been active in the offseason, participating in a camp workout and working with the team during OTAs.3.
Green Bay Packers – 2 starsESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter tweeted that the Packers were set to draft linebacker Myles Garrett in the fifth round.
Garrett was selected with the 13th overall pick last year by the Packers and the team is expected the player to go in the top 10.
The 5-8, 228-pound Garrett is an aggressive tackler who will make a big impact as a rookie.
The Packers have had issues getting to the passer in recent seasons, but Garrett should be a major upgrade for a team that has struggled to move the ball on the ground.
Garrett has shown that he can be a disruptive force on the edge.4.
Pittsburgh Steelers – 2.5 starsESPN Pro Football Focus ranked Garrett and the Steelers second-round pick, Sammie Coates, at No, 2 and No. 5, respectively, on their 2017 Top 100 players.
Garrett is a linebacker who can rush the quarterback and is also a good pass rusher.
Coates is a defensive end who is listed at 6-5 and 270 pounds, but doesn’t have the same physical traits as Garrett.5 and Pittsburgh Steelers draft picks – 2 and 2The Steelers have the fourth and fifth selections in the 2017 NFL Draft, respectively.
The Steelers are expected to draft a defensive tackle, while the fourth overall pick is expected for a cornerback.
The defensive tackle pick is important for the Steelers, as they are trying to add depth to their defensive line, but Pittsburgh could be a team looking to improve its defense this season.6.
New Orleans Saints – 2,500 ESPN Draft analyst Todd McShay tweeted that Saints defensive tackle Kawann Short will go in Round 4.
The Saints drafted Short in the sixth round with a second-rounder in 2018.
Short has played in five career games for New Orleans, recording three tackles for loss and three sacks.
He also has a pass-rushing touchdown this season in addition to his sack total.
The former Mississippi State star has played the last three seasons with the San Francisco 49ers.7.
Chicago Bears – 2 picksESPN draft expert Chad Reuter tweeted Sunday night that Chicago will take defensive tackle Michael Sam in the seventh round.
Sam, a 5-9, 260