The top 10 teams in the NFL draft, according to the latest data from Football Outsiders.
The Giants are the No. 1 team, while the Titans and Ravens are No. 2 and No. 3.
The Rams are No, 4.
The Jets are No 5, and the Browns are No 7.
The Chargers and Seahawks round out the top 10, with the Bills the top pick at No. 10.
DeMarco Murray is the top overall pick, and it’s clear the Cowboys have the most work to do.
It was an exciting week in the football world.
Murray was an All-Pro and one of the best offensive linemen in football.
He’s the No 1 overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft and the Cowboys’ most likely first-round pick.
If he was drafted No.1 overall, it would be a huge blow to the Cowboys.
But Murray is a different story.
Murray had an impressive rookie season, with an MVP-caliber season, rushing for 1,096 yards and 12 touchdowns.
The Cowboys needed him.
They wanted him to play.
Murray was the best player on their roster last season, and they were not going to let him walk.
The draft has always been a great opportunity for offensive linemen.
They’re not just drafted.
The best offensive line player of all time is selected No. 11 overall.
It’s always a good time to draft a lineman.
Murray has been an offensive lineman for a while.
The reason why he’s so important is because he’s a good football player, and he’s also a great person.
Murray is one of my favorite players to watch in the draft.
He was the first guy drafted who had all of the physical tools to be an NFL player.
I always knew that Murray was going to be a good player, but I never expected him to be able to go as high as he did.
I didn’t think he would go as far as he went.
He just did.
That’s the way he’s always been.
I thought he was going in the top three.
I had no idea he was that good.
The Raiders and Bears both had a lot of picks that I thought were going to go in the first three rounds.
But I was surprised at how high they were.
I mean, I’m not going back and saying it was a steal, but it was really hard to get those guys.
There are so many offensive linemen that have been overlooked because of how good they are.
They’ve all been overlooked by a lot more teams than Murray has.
I’m glad I saw him come out of the draft and I’m proud of him.
I think he’s one of those guys that’s going to come in and be a star in the league.
He had an excellent rookie season.
He really stepped up and was able to help the offense, which he was able do.
He did a really good job.
He got the ball out quickly.
He made a lot.
He helped the offense tremendously, which was really important.
Murray played all 16 games, and was a part of three Super Bowl wins.
The 6-foot-6, 300-pounder also had a fantastic postseason.
Murray rushed for 5,963 yards and 31 touchdowns in seven games.
His 14.5 sacks were second only to Green Bay’s Aaron Donald.
Murray became the first offensive lineman in NFL history to record more than 1,000 rushing yards in a season and the only player in NFL lore to rush for 1.5 yards per carry in the playoffs.
Murray led the NFL with 8.5 tackles for loss per game.
He recorded 3.5 TFLs, 1.0 sacks and six forced fumbles.
Murray’s 2,063 rushing yards ranked second in the entire NFL, behind only DeMarco Alexander (2,717).
He also added 3.0 TFL, 1 of which was for a loss, and seven forced fumble recoveries.
Murray started all 16 regular-season games and led the league in rushing for the first time in his career.
He finished the season with 1,742 rushing yards and 24 touchdowns.
Murray helped the Cowboys win their first division title in 16 years, while adding a first-year record of 24-9.
Murray, a fifth-round draft pick in 2013, is a player that I really want to see succeed.
He should be the next great offensive lineman.
I think the Cowboys will have to find a way to move him down in the order.
The Titans, Dolphins, Titans, Rams, Eagles and Browns are all likely to have to move down.
Murray would be the only offensive lineman with a first round pick, as they don’t have a first overall pick.
But, if the Cowboys move down and Murray falls to them, he’s their most likely top pick.
If the Titans move up, they can grab Murray.
They have a lot to lose by