The Las Vegas Thieves hold two initially round picks in the 2020 NFL Draft, and as we glance around at the ongoing false drafts, there truly is no agreement about what they will do with the picks. Regardless of whether it is exchanging up to get a quarterback, or sitting tight and tending to the two sides of the ball, the Looters could go various ways.
Taking a gander at this Marauders program heading into the 2020 NFL season, they need a great deal of help on edge side of the ball, and some on offense. Obviously, they have to include a genuine WR1 by means of the draft, or free organization, and on safeguard, they need to get ability on each of the three levels, as it was a downright terrible unit in 2019.
At that point, there is obviously the discussion of Derek Carr, who is either going to be their person under focus in 2020, or will be supplanted by a veteran like Tom Brady, or a new kid on the block draft pick. Lead trainer Jon Gruden has never been enthused about having a new kid on the block start at quarterback, so the more probable situation is Carr stays in 2020, and they get the ability behind him to push him.