NFL Draft 2018: Updated 1st-Round Mock Draft Entering Week 17
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One week is standing between 20 NFL fanbases and the official start of draft season. 

That means it's time to fire up a new mock draft, complete with updated projections that reflect teams' most pressing positional needs in advance of the 2018 campaign. 

We'll also provide an overview of a few notable team-player fits that could help clubs take a step forward following disappointing 2017 seasons. 

As a reminder, the draft order below is based on the standings through Week 16 and will be subject...


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