Nfl draft third round

2020 NFL Draft order: Updated list of second and third round picks

After a few first-round trades, there is a new order to the second and third rounds of the 2020 NFL Draft. For instance, the Green Bay Packers traded their 31st, 117th and 176th overall picks to move up to 25 to draft quarterback Jordan Love.

But the Bears are finally on the board with the 43rd and 50th picks. Here is the new draft order for the second and third rounds.

RELATED: 2020 NFL Draft second and third round tracker

Round 2

33. Cincinnati
34. Indianapolis (from Washington)
35. Detroit
36. NY Giants
37. New England (from Los Angeles Chargers)
38. Carolina
39. Miami
40. Houston (from Arizona)
41. Cleveland
42. Jacksonville
43. Chicago (from Las Vegas)
44. Indianapolis
45. Tampa Bay
46. Denver
47. Atlanta
48. NY Jets
49. Pittsburgh
50. Chicago
51. Dallas
52. LA Rams
53. Philadelphia
54. Buffalo
55. Baltimore (from New England via Atlanta)
56. Miami (from New Orleans)
57. LA Rams (from Houston)
58. Minnesota
59. Seattle
60. Baltimore
61. Tennessee
62. Green Bay
63. Kansas City (from San Francisco)
64. Seattle (from Kansas City)

Round 3

65. Cincinnati
66. Washington
67. Detroit
68. NY Jets (from NY Giants)
69. Carolina
70. Miami
71. New England (from LA Chargers)
72. Arizona
73. Jacksonville
74. Cleveland
75. Indianapolis
76. Tampa Bay
77. Denver
78. Atlanta
79. NY Jets
80. Las Vegas
81. Las Vegas (from Chicago)
82. Dallas
83. Denver (from Pittsburgh)
84. LA Rams
85. Detroit (from Philadelphia)
86. Buffalo
87. New England
88. New Orleans
89. Minnesota
90. Houston
91. Las Vegas (from Seattle via Houston)
92. Baltimore
93. Tennessee
94. Green Bay
95. Denver (from San Francisco)
96. Kansas City
97. Cleveland (from Houston)
98. New England
99. NY Giants
100. New England
101. Seattle
102. Pittsburgh
103. Philadelphia
104. LA Rams
105. Minnesota
106. Baltimore

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Bears QB Nick Foles among best bets for NFL Comeback Player of the Year

Bears QB Nick Foles among best bets for NFL Comeback Player of the Year

It’s been quite a career so far for Bears quarterback Nick Foles. He’ll kick off his ninth season in the NFL in 2020, and Chicago will mark the fifth stop on his quarterback tour that includes stints in Philadelphia, Kansas City, St. Louis and Jacksonville.

And while a resume with so many pins in the NFL map would usually reflect a career that’s best described as a journeyman’s, Foles’ accomplishments are far from ordinary. He was the Super Bowl MVP in 2017 after coming off the bench for an injured Carson Wentz and leading the Eagles to their first ever championship, and he nearly did it again in 2018 when he spearheaded Philadelphia’s playoff run, one that included upending the Bears at Soldier Field in the wild card round.

His playoff success with the Eagles resulted in a big free agent contract with the Jaguars in 2019, but an injury combined with Gardner Minshew’s rise to fame made his time in Jacksonville short. The Bears traded a fourth-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft to the Jaguars to add Foles to their quarterback competition this summer, which will determine once and for all if Mitch Trubisky is, in fact, one of the biggest busts in NFL history.

According to the experts in Las Vegas, Foles’ first year with the Bears will be one that’s worthy of postseason accolades. The latest betting odds have Foles as one of the favorites to win 2020’s Comeback Player of the Year.

His 6/1 odds are fourth-best behind J.J. Watt, Rob Gronkowski and the leader in the clubhouse, Ben Roethlisberger.

This is good news for Bears fans. If Foles is in the running for an award like this it’ll be because he led Chicago back to the playoffs. All the Bears are missing in order to be a postseason contender is a quality quarterback behind center. If Foles proves to be that guy, he’ll certainly be on the ballot for his fair share of hardware by the time the year comes to an end.

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