29. Detroit Lions (28)
There was so much promise starting the year. The Lions finished 2015 playing a very good brand of football and opened the year with a promising road win against Andrew Luck and the Colts. They replaced Megatron with a couple of more than capable replacements. The train should have kept rolling, but instead it derailed. Jim Caldwell is going to be out as the head coach soon—the only question is will it happen during the season or do they let him tank this one and secure a high draft pick? Either way, there is no way Caldwell is still coaching the team in 2017.
30. Miami Dolphins (25)
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The Dolphins have a huge problem—they are paying for a franchise quarterback, but don’t actually have one. Ryan Tannehill is not getting the job done, not even close. At this point he probably is who he is, perhaps a decent backup. Unfortunately the Dolphins just recently signed him to a big deal, and parting ways with him at this point, or at any point in the next two years will be extremely cost prohibitive. At this point it appears that even Adam Gase can’t fix Tannehill’s woes.
31. Tennessee Titans (29)
The Titans were right there, but an inexplicable mistake in punt coverage cost them any shot at beating the Texans. Marcus Mariota needs to find a way to take this team to the next level, or else the Titans will end up drafting in the top-5 again.
32. Cleveland Browns (30)
Cody Kessler has done well in his first two starts, all things considered. He still hasn’t played as well as Carson Wentz, though, and that has got to infuriate Browns fans. The news that the team will be moving on from Josh Gordon is just another punch in the gut to the helpless fan base. The city of Cleveland must be excited that basketball season is underway.