Thirteen weeks of the 2019 NFL season have been completed, giving us almost a full-season sample size on each of the 32 first-round rookies. Some have shined on the field while others have disappointed, and some have barely seen the field either because of injury, poor performance or both. Through 13 weeks of action, here is how each of the 32 first-round picks has graded so far.
2019 overall grade: 67.0
Week 13 will almost certainly go down as a game to forget for quarterback Kyler Murray. After doing such a fantastic job of taking care of the ball for the majority of the 2019 season, Murray let slip three turnover-worthy plays against the Rams in Week 13, and he was lucky to leave the game with just one interception next to his name.