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  1. FINAL - 1 hour to go

    Arizona Cardinals: Kyler Murray, QB Oklahoma San Francisco 49ers: Nick Bosa, DE Ohio State *Oakland Raiders: Quinnen Williams, DT Alabama (Raiders trade #3, #35 to Jets for #4, #68) New York Jets (via OAK): Ed Oliver, DT Houston Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Devin White, LB LSU New York Giants: Josh Allen, DE Kentucky Jacksonville Jaguars: Jonah Williams, OT Alabama *Washington Redskins: Dwayne Haskins, QB Ohio State (Redskins trade #15, #76, #153 to Lions for #8) Buffalo Bills: Christian Wilkins, DT Clemson Denver Broncos: TJ Hockenson, TE Iowa Cincinnati Bengals: Devin Bush, LB Michigan Green Bay Packers: Brian Burns, DE Florida State *Houston Texans: Andre Dillard, OT Washington State (Texans trade #23, #54, 2020 3rd to Dolphins for #13, 2020 5th) Atlanta Falcons: Jawaan Taylor, OT Florida Detroit Lions (via WAS): Montez Sweat, DE Mississippi State Carolina Panthers: Clelin Ferrell, DE Clemson New York Giants: Daniel Jones, QB Duke Minnesota Vikings: Cody Ford, OG Oklahoma Tennessee Titans: Jeffery Simmons, DT Mississippi State Pittsburgh Steelers: Noah Fant, TE Iowa *New England Patriots: Rashan Gary, DE Michigan (Patriots trade #32, #97 to Seahawks for #21) Baltimore Ravens: Garrett Bradbury, OG NC State Miami Dolphins (via HOU): Dexter Lawrence, DT Clemson Oakland Raiders (via CHI): Josh Jacobs, RB Alabama Philadelphia Eagles: Marquise Brown, WR Oklahoma Indianapolis Colts: Johnathan Abram, S Mississippi State Oakland Raiders (via DAL): Greedy Williams, CB LSU Los Angeles Chargers: Greg Little, OT Ole Miss Seattle Seahawks (via KC): DK Metcalf, WR Ole Miss Green Bay Packers (via NO): Dalton Risner, OT Kansas State *Denver Broncos: Drew Lock, QB Missouri (Broncos trade #41, #125 to Rams for #31) Seattle Seahawks (via NE): Chase Winovich, DE Michigan
  2. 1st Round, Lots of trades, explanations

    I’ll probably update this or post a new one tomorrow for my final. Now that the Frank Clark trade happened... do I get points for having those teams trade in the draft?
  3. 1st Round, Lots of trades, explanations

    Thank you! Means a lot
  4. 1st Round, Lots of trades, explanations

    Even with the heart condition? Honestly not too sure what his range is at this point
  5. Arizona Cardinals: Kyler Murray, QB Oklahoma One day he’s a lock to go #1, the next day they’re “not even considering him”. While we won’t know what’s real and what’s just a smokescreen until the name is called, I still think it’ll be Murray. He fits Kingsbury’s scheme perfectly, and his ability to avoid big hits bodes well - his offensive line has holes all over. 2. San Francisco 49ers: Nick Bosa, DE Ohio State Trading for Dee Ford was a great start. Now, the question comes down to who they prefer between Bosa and Quinnen Williams. The interior of the line still looks better overall, and if San Francisco wants to get out of the Ford deal after the season, they have more flexibility to do so with Bosa on board. 3. New York Jets: Josh Allen, DE Kentucky It’s no secret New York wants to trade down, and I wouldn’t be surprised at all if they did. But are the offers there? If they stay put, I think the pick will be Josh Allen, despite the recent Ed Oliver rumors. Missing out on Anthony Barr in free agency makes addressing the pass rush a must if they don’t get an offer they like. 4. Oakland Raiders: Quinnen Williams, DT Alabama Hurst and Hall are two solid options at DT, but a team with so many holes like Oakland does can’t afford to pass on a talent like Williams, who may end up being the best player to come out of this class. Mike Mayock is a big BPA guy, and Gruden will be creative with him. 5. *Buffalo Bills: Ed Oliver, DT Houston Buffalo trades #9, #74, and #112 to Tampa Bay for #5, 2020 6th Round Pick Flashback to the 2018 draft, where the Buccaneers had a player they were very high on, (Derwin James) available at their pick, but trade down with the Bills instead. Could we see that happen two years in a row? Bills GM Brandon Beane is aggressive when it comes to getting players he wants, and if the perfect replacement for Kyle Williams is there, he could use a few of his 10 draft picks to make a move. 6. New York Giants: Devin White, LB LSU Who knows what Gettleman plans on doing with this pick. If Daniel Jones is truly their QB1, they should be able to get him at 17. Do they like Haskins? There’s also rumors he (really) wants to go with a pass rusher here. In the end, I believe he picks the best player available, which happens to be White. Gettleman gets his Jon Beason. 7. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jawaan Taylor, OT Florida Taylor or Jonah Williams here? It’s anyone’s guess, but the Jaguars had Taylor in for a private workout and met with him at the combine. Jacksonville has also shown a tendency to keep players in state - Dante Fowler from Florida, Blake Bortles from UCF, Taven Bryan from Florida, etc. Wouldn’t count out Hockenson here either. 8. *Cincinnati Bengals: Dwayne Haskins, QB Ohio State Cincinnati trades #11, #72 to Lions for #8, 2020 5th Round Pick The Andy Dalton experiment should be over soon than later, and new head coach Zac Taylor should wants “his” QB. Detroit has been vocal about their willingness to trade down, and as a team with few needs and 11 draft picks, Cincy should at least give them a call. 9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via BUF): Jonah Williams, OT Alabama It’s no secret that Jameis Winston needs more protection. Whether they plug him in at guard or tackle, it seems like a pick Bruce Arians will vouch for. Adding picks AND being able to add one of the top lineman in this draft is a big win for them. The Kwon Alexander departure leads many to believe they’ll go for a LB, but they signed Deone Bucannon to fill that role. 10. Denver Broncos: TJ Hockenson, TE Iowa If John Elway truly believes Joe Flacco is the answer at QB, he better get him some weapons. Flacco made good use of TE’s Todd Heap and Dennis Pitta during his time in Baltimore, so giving him all the tools to be successful should be the focus of this draft. 11. Detroit Lions (via CIN): Devin Bush, LB Michigan This pick likely comes down to Bush, Burns, and Sweat. Sweat’s heart condition might push him down the board a bit, and the idea of pairing Bush with 2017 1st round pick Jarrad Davis seems like a match made in heaven for a defense that’s made major additions just about everywhere else this offseason. 12. Green Bay Packers: Brian Burns, DE Florida State I’m not buying the WR projections for the Packers. They always seem to go with a premier position in round one, and despite the Za'Darius and Preston Smith signings in free agency, you can never have too many pass rushers. 13. *Houston Texans: Andre Dillard, OT Washington State Houston trades #23, #54, 2020 4th to Miami for #13 Houston traded up for what they wanted in 2017, Deshaun Watson. This year, it would be wise to trade up for some protection for him after being sacked more than any other QB last season. Once Taylor and Williams are off the board, Houston should give a call to every team until they find a partner, which could be the rebuilding Dolphins (who only have 7 picks, two of which are 7th rounders). 14. Atlanta Falcons: Montez Sweat, DE Mississippi State Sweat has suddenly become the wildcard of this draft. He was medically cleared to participate in the combine and his pro day, but his heart condition is rumored to drop him a bit - potentially out of round 1. All it takes is one team, and that could very well be Atlanta if they don’t believe Wilkins is a fit. 15. Washington Redskins: Drew Lock, QB Missouri If the rumors are true, the Redskins aren’t in the Josh Rosen sweepstakes anymore. Regardless of the Case Keenum trade, they need a long term franchise QB. They aren’t desperate enough to trade up for one, but if Lock and/or Jones falls into their lap, I could see them pulling the trigger. 16. Carolina Panthers: Clelin Ferrell, DE Clemson Protect Cam Newton, or replace Julius Peppers? Couldn’t go wrong either way. My gut tells me if someone like Ferrell is still here in the middle of the first, they can hold off on the offensive line and hope Moton and company can take the next step forward. Carolina is no stranger to selecting defensive lineman in round 1. 17. New York Giants (via CLE): Rashan Gary, DE Michigan This pick seems to 100% be Daniel Jones, right? Most of the time, popular mock draft picks don’t happen. Gettleman has been adamant about adding an edge rusher early, and he’s likely considering Gary at #6 anyways. The value is too good to pass up. 18. Minnesota Vikings: Cody Ford, OG Oklahoma Minnesota made a big gamble signing Cousins to a huge deal last offseason. While he hasn’t played up to expectations just yet, it’s unfair to judge any QB behind that line. I have Ford listed as an OG where I think he’ll start, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see them move him to OT if they decide to move on from Reiff. 19. Tennessee Titans: Christian Wilkins, DT Clemson Head coach Mike Vrabel has a relationship with Wilkins, who he tried recruiting to Ohio State out of high school. If Wilkins is available, it would be hard to pass up. A front seven consisting of Wilkings/Casey/Wake/Landry is dangerous. They’re in a good spot to take advantage of the relatively poor offensive lines in the AFC South. 20. Pittsburgh Steelers: Noah Fant, TE Iowa LB and CB are still positions of need, but the options may not look too appealing to the Steelers. The Antonio Brown trade leaves the Steelers with a hole on offense that might not necessarily have to be filled by another WR. Fant is as good of a receiver as any in this draft. 21. *Kansas City Chiefs: Greedy Williams, CB LSU Kansas City trades #29, #92, #214 to Seattle for #21 There shouldn’t be any doubt that Seattle will trade down, only having four picks right now. Kansas City is equipped with two 2nd round picks, so surrendering their 3rd rounder shouldn’t be too hard. Williams is arguably the top corner in the draft, and to ensure they jump teams like Oakland, Philadelphia, and Indianapolis, they make a move here. 22. Baltimore Ravens: Josh Jacobs, RB Alabama WR is a commonly mocked prediction for Baltimore, but it’s obvious that they’re going to be a running team under Lamar Jackson. Josh Jacobs is compared to Alvin Kamara frequently, and they signed Mark Ingram this offseason. Add that to Lamar Jackson’s running ability, and this offense could be dangerous. 23. Miami Dolphins (via HOU): Garrett Bradbury, OG NC State This draft is all about building the trenches for the Dolphins. “Tank for Tua” should be in full effect, and adding to the offensive line a year before is a smart move. Bradbury can slide into either guard spot or potentially be the starting center from day one. 24. *New England Patriots: Dexter Lawrence, DT Clemson New England trades #32, #97, #239 to Oakland for #24, #218 If there’s one thing Bill Belichick loves to do on draft day, it’s make lots of trades. Whether it’s up or down, the Patriots almost always make a move in the first two days of the draft. With Lawrence falling within range and teams like Philadelphia and Indianapolis in front of them, they can afford to surrender one of their 12 draft picks. Oakland is looking to recoup some of the picks they lost in the Antonio Brown trade. 25. Philadelphia Eagles: Marquise Brown, WR Oklahoma Despite the injury, Marquise Brown seems to be a 1st round lock at this point. The Eagles could deploy one of the fastest offenses in the league with Brown starting alongside Desean Jackson. This may mean that Nelson Agholor is the odd man out. 26. Indianapolis Colts: Jeffery Simmons, DT Mississippi State Chris Ballard has made it clear that adding to the defensive line is a priority this offseason. While Simmons may not be able to play this season after suffering a torn ACL in February, but he would’ve been a top 15 pick had he stayed healthy - and Ballard loves value, especially this late in the 1st round. 27. Oakland Raiders (via DAL): Byron Murphy, CB Washington With no edge rushers worthy of this pick, Oakland looks to add a running mate for Gareon Conley. Murphy may fall further than expected due to the relative lack of need for corners early in the draft, but Mayock and company should be perfectly fine with it. 28. Los Angeles Chargers: Jerry Tillery, DT Notre Dame Los Angeles can go a number of different ways with this pick, but Tillery fills one of their biggest needs. With Bosa and Ingram on the outside and Tillery in the middle, this defense should be able improve against the run tremendously as they chase Kansas City. 29. Seattle Seahawks (via KC): DK Metcalf, WR Ole Miss I’m sure Seattle would like to trade down to acquire even more picks, but Metcalf unexpectedly falls right into their lap. Baldwin may not be the same after his injury riddled 2018 season, and the super bowl window is right now after giving big money to Russell Wilson. 30. Green Bay Packers (via NO): Dalton Risner, OT Kansas State Risner or Adderley here? Can’t go wrong with either, but the safety depth still available makes them pull the trigger. Risner could battle for a starting spot at guard this offseason, and eventually replace Bulaga at tackle. 31. *New York Giants: Daniel Jones, QB Duke New York trades #37, #108 to Rams for #31, 2020 6th Round Pick Rumors are going around that Jones will be gone much earlier than this, but if they decide to go DE at #17, who’s realistically pulling the trigger here? Gettleman seems to love him and his play reminds many of the Manning’s. Whether he takes over for Eli this year or next, a move for a new QB needs to be made. 32. Oakland Raiders (via NE): Chris Lindstrom, OG Boston College Kelechi Osemele was traded to the Jets, leaving a hole at guard. Gruden loves his offensive lineman, and Mayock knows that protecting Carr is priority #1. No TE’s are worth this pick, and the hope is one of their preferred options at DE will be available early in round two.
  6. Trades, explanations, 1 round

    I agree corner isn’t a first round need by any means, but I make my mock drafts based off of what I think could happen, not what I would do. DT is a big need but every year DT’s get drafted lower than they go in mock drafts which could be the case here. Corner, however, is sometimes over drafted (Eli Apple is an example) and could be the case here. Dan Quinn has said he wants to focus on adding corners so this could very well be the route they choose. Keep in mind the depth at both positions too. Plenty of good DT’s throughout and if we’re playing the “already have a player there” card, Atlanta did spend a 3rd round pick on Senat last year which can’t be overlooked. Plenty of options and I do think they’ll consider them all extensively but given the history of the draft and the rumors I’m reading/hearing about, I believe they’ll consider corner in the first whether it makes sense to us or not
  7. Trades, explanations, 1 round

    Just an idea I had if they decide to move on and clear some cap space after drafting Fant. Would’nt say it’s likely by any means but I’ve kept some of your previous comments on my mocks in mind. Glad you like the pick though
  8. Trades, explanations, 1 round

    I like Hall as a player no doubt but that may be what it comes to if Oakland feels an extra draft pick is more beneficial for the team than a 3rd (or 4th depending on how you feel about Hankins) DT. Not saying I expect it by any means just thought the idea could be thrown out there. Maybe flip him for an edge rusher if the value isn’t there in the draft.
  9. Trades, explanations, 1 round

    My thought process here was that Pittsburgh currently has 10 draft picks and the Dolphins (like most rebuilding teams) probably wouldn’t ask too much to trade down. Maybe one of their 3rd’s and a 3rd/5th next year. The Steelers also haven’t shown that they draft for need in the first round so CB and ILB may not necessarily be targets unless, like you said Bush or maybe even White were somehow there. I could see a Marcus Davenport situation where someone falls for an edge rusher (one of the most important positions there is) and jumps ahead of MIA/CAR/NYG/TEN to ensure they get there guy, whoever that may be.
  10. Trades, explanations, 1 round

    1.Arizona Cardinals: Kyler Murray, QB Oklahoma The consensus #1 overall pick, Murray all but locked up his position following his pro day. He seemingly fits the offense Kingsbury wants to run, leading to a Rosen trade. 2. San Francisco 49ers: Nick Bosa, DE Ohio State Bosa is arguably the best player in the draft, so it comes down to him and Quinnen Williams here. Dee Ford was a good start in terms of adding edge rush talent, but Bosa can complete the line here. 3. New York Jets: Josh Allen, EDGE Kentucky After missing out on Anthony Barr, this team arguably needs an edge rusher more than any other team. Allen can be New York’s Von Miller if developed correctly. 4. Oakland Raiders: Quinnen Williams, DT Alabama Oakland will likely receive plenty of phone calls about a trade down here, but Williams is too good to pass up. With DT not a major need, they could move PJ Hall for a mid round pick. TRADE 5. *New York Giants: Dwayne Haskins, QB Ohio State I’m not buying the rumors going around that New York isn’t interested. It could just be a smokescreen to prevent teams like Washington and Miami from trading up. To secure their player, they trade up a pick much like the Bears did with Trubisky in 2017. 6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via NYG): Devin White, LB LSU Losing Kwon Alexander to San Francisco in free agency leaves a hole at LB. White is an athletic LB that could help negate the impacts of Alvin Kamara and Christian McCaffrey. 7. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jawaan Taylor, OT Florida This pick likely comes down to Taylor or Hockenson. Cam Robinson is coming back at the LT spot, but the ability to select their future RT could be too good to pass up. 8. Detroit Lions: Montez Sweat, DE Mississippi State Signing Trey Flowers was a great start, but there’s still work to be done. If Sweat’s heart condition isn’t an issue as expected, this would be a smart move. TRADE 9. *Washington Redskins: Drew Lock, QB Missouri Washington was awarded 3rd and 5th round compensatory picks and may have to jump Denver for Lock. Washington’s 6-3 start last year probably tells them they won’t be in range for a future QB in 2020 if they wait. 10. Denver Broncos: Devin Bush, LB Michigan This pick likely comes down to Lock, White, or Bush. Brandon Marshall won’t be brought back so adding Bush to a defense that already boasts Miller/Chubb/Harris gets a big boost. 11. Cincinnati Bengals: Ed Oliver, DT Houston The top linebackers are gone, so Cincinnati opts to go with BPA here. Oliver’s size is similar to that of 30 year old Geno Atkins, who he can learn under before he replaces him. 12. Green Bay Packers: TJ Hockenson, TE Iowa Preston and Za'darius Smith were brought in to aid the pass rush, so the attention can turn to the offense at #12. Hockenson is a great blocker and even better catcher, something Rodgers hasn’t had from a TE since Jermichael Finley. TRADE 13. *Pittsburgh Steelers: Brian Burns, DE Florida State Pittsburgh needs a corner badly, but Miami could be looking to move down, and the Steelers are now equipped with 10 total picks. Burns can help put pressure on Baker Mayfield and Lamar Jackson. 14. Atlanta Falcons: DeAndre Baker, CB Georgia A bit of a surprise here, but there is plenty of defensive line talent in this class. Dan Quinn has mentioned that corner is one of the positions they’re focusing on right now, so Baker could be the pick to solidify their secondary with Trufant/Oliver already in place. 15. Buffalo Bills (via WAS): DK Metcalf, WR Ole Miss Cole Beasley, John Brown, and Andre Roberts were good signings to add to a group of Zay Jones and Robert Foster. That still might not be enough, as Buffalo needs to surround Josh Allen with weapons. The Bills may like is value at 15 more than 9. 16. Carolina Panthers: Jonah Williams, OT Alabama Cam Newton couldn’t even finish last season due in large part to his offensive line. Williams can either replace Matt Kalil at LT or start out at guard. 17. New York Giants (via CLE): Clelin Ferrell, DE Clemson QB is checked off the list, so New York can focus on filling the DE hole they’ve had since the JPP trade. Ferrell is good value and also helps lessen the loss of Olivier Vernon. 18. Minnesota Vikings: Rashan Gary, DE Michigan Gary is one player I could see fall come draft night. His college production didn’t match up to the hype coming in, but Minnesota has shown they’re willing to gamble on talent if the value is right. 19. Tennessee Titans: Noah Fant, TE iowa Fant is exactly the kind of weapon Marcus Mariota needs. This pick could lead to a potential Delanie Walker trade where a team like New England comes to mind. 20. Miami Dolphins (via PIT): Cody Ford, OT Oklahoma If the Tank for Tua rumors are true, Miami would be smart to start building the pieces needed for him to succeed. They add some picks and add Ford who could replace Ja'wuan James. TRADE 21. *Kansas City Chiefs: Greedy Williams, CB LSU This defense is to blame for Kansas City not playing in the super bowl, namely the secondary. Mike Mayock and Oakland seem interested in Williams at 24, so they should be aggressive and jump their division rival. Seattle could take a discount to trade down as they only have 4 picks. 22. Baltimore Ravens: Mack Wilson, LB Alabama CJ Mosley leaving for the Jets creates a big hole at linebacker. New GM Eric DeCosta continues the Ozzie theme of taking Alabama players. 23. Houston Texans: Andre Dillard, OT Washington State Coming into the offseason, CB and OT were the positions of emphasis for Houston. Roby and Boddy-Calhoun solved one of those issues, so Dillard is brought in to protect Watson. 24. Oakland Raiders (via CHI): Byron Murphy, CB Washington The need for an edge rusher is still there, but the value isn’t. Oakland has addressed almost every hole they have on defense except corner, where they could look to select Gareon Conley’s running mate at the same pick two years after. 25. Philadelphia Eagles: Josh Jacobs, RB Alabama Selecting a RB high isn’t necessarily the Howie Roseman way about drafting, but the Eagles have shown interest and the need there is undeniable. 26. Indianapolis Colts: Christian Wilkins, DT Clemson This is a bit of a no brainer for the Colts. This defense was vastly improved last season and should be glad to see Wilkins here who falls further than expected due to the simple fact that DT’s aren’t drafted high. TRADE 27. *New England Patriots: Dexter Lawrence, DT Clemson New England now has a hole at TE after the Gronk retirement, but they have 12 picks total and are known to move up and down the board. Lawrence fills an even bigger need, but they may need to move ahead of the Chargers to do grab him. It comes down to if they think surrendering a 3rd round pick to upgrade from someone like Tillery is worth it. 28. Los Angeles Chargers: Taylor Rapp, S Washington Jahleel Addae was let go at the beginning of free agency so someone to put back there with Derwin James could be needed. Rapp fits this defense and is arguably the best safety prospect in this draft. 29. Seattle Seahawks (via KC): Charles Omenihu, DE Texas Rapp went a pick before, and Seattle has shown interest. Outside of their tendency to pick defensive lineman early, they’ve also shown that they’ll pick players earlier than expected. 30. Green Bay Packers (via NO): Nasir Adderley, S Delaware Adrian Amos was brought in to fill one of the safety spots, but the other options currently on the roster are less than ideal. Adderley could help round out this ‘new look’ defense. 31. Los Angeles Rams: Garrett Bradbury, OG NC State Rodger Saffold left for Tennessee so a replacement there is needed. Gurley is a bit banged up right now, so protecting him and CJ Anderson is a must. 32. Oakland Raiders (via NE): Irv Smith Jr., TE Alabama Jon Gruden can’t help but use one of these picks on offense. Oakland lost out on Hockenson and Fant after losing Jared Cook to New Orleans so Derek Carr’s future security blanket is the pick.
  11. Post-FA Trades Mock

    Some notes about the trades and some of the picks at the bottom... Arizona Cardinals: Kyler Murray, QB Oklahoma San Francisco 49ers: Nick Bosa, DE Ohio State *New York Giants: Dwayne Haskins, QB Ohio State Oakland Raiders: Quinnen Williams, DT Alabama Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Josh Allen, DE Kentucky New York Jets (via NYG): Montez Sweat, DE Mississippi State Jacksonville Jaguars: Jawaan Taylor, OT Florida Detroit Lions: Devin White, LB LSU *Washington Redskins: Drew Lock, QB Missouri Denver Broncos: Devin Bush, LB Michigan Cincinnati Bengals: Jonah Williams, OT Alabama Green Bay Packers: TJ Hockenson, TE Iowa *Pittsburgh Steelers: Brian Burns, DE Florida State Atlanta Falcons: Ed Oliver, DT Houston Buffalo Bills (via WAS): DK Metcalf, WR Ole Miss Carolina Panthers: Andre Dillard, OT Washington State New York Giants (via CLE): Clelin Ferrell, DE Clemson Minnesota Vikings: Rashan Gary, DE Michigan Tennessee Titans: Noah Fant, TE Iowa Miami Dolphins (via PIT): Cody Ford, OT Oklahoma *Kansas City Chiefs: Greedy Williams, CB LSU Baltimore Ravens: Mack Wilson, LB Alabama Houston Texans: Dalton Risner, OT Kansas State Oakland Raiders: DeAndre Baker, CB Georgia Philadelphia Eagles: Josh Jacobs, RB Alabama Indianapolis Colts: Christian Wilkins, DT Clemson *New England Patriots: Dexter Lawrence, DT Clemson Los Angeles Chargers: Greg Little, OT Ole Miss Seattle Seahawks (via KC): Juan Thornhill, S Virginia Tech Green Bay Packers (via NO): Garrett Bradbury, OG NC State Los Angeles Rams: Byron Murphy, CB Washington Oakland Raiders (via NE): Zach Allen, DE Boston College Dwayne Haskins to Giants: I'm aware about the conflicting reports of the Giants' interest in Haskins. I think when it comes to draft day, they'll be locked in on him. Will have to trade up because of interest from Redskins. Giants have more than enough picks to make a trade happen. Drew Lock to Redskins: The Redskins have too good of a roster to have Keenum lead the way - they started 6-3 last year. Along with that, the whole "wait for a 2020 QB" seems lazy to me. There are plenty of (worse) teams that are looking at doing that next year. This is the best window to go up and get a future QB. Devin Bush to Broncos: Might seem a little high for him but his stock is rising. Read multiple places this pick could come down to Devin White, Drew Lock, and Devin Bush. Brian Burns to Steelers: Have a good feeling Dolphins trade down. Steelers have plenty of ammunition to make a move up. Corner is more of a need but Pittsburgh rarely uses their first round pick on their biggest position of need. This reminds me of the Saints trade up for Marcus Davenport. Rashan Gary to Vikings: Cody Ford, Christian Wilkins, Dexter Lawrence, and Garrett Bradbury likely fill bigger holes. Gary is too good of a value here for a team known to go BPA. Greedy Williams to Chiefs: Also think Seattle is more likely to move down with only four draft picks. Kansas City has two 2nd-rounders and few needs. Josh Jacobs to Eagles: I know this doesn't seem like a move Roseman would make. One of the Clemson lineman will likely be the point of argument here but Jacobs' pro day pretty much solidified his first round status. Dexter Lawrence to Patriots: Patriots have 12 draft picks. Raiders don't have a 3rd rounder anymore, New England happens to have three of those. Lawrence fills the biggest need on this team, while also allowing the Patriots to keep their two 2nd's. Juan Thornhill to Seahawks: No way he's a first round talent. No way Rashaad Penny, Terrell Edmunds, Mike Hughes, or Sony Michel. We have no idea how much teams actually like these prospects. There will 100% be at least one pick that makes use scratch our heads
  12. Mock half way through FA

    Arizona Cardinals: Kyler Murray, QB Oklahoma San Francisco 49ers: Nick Bosa, DE Ohio State *New York Giants: Dwayne Haskins, QB Ohio State Oakland Raiders: Josh Allen, DE Kentucky *Detroit Lions: Quinnen Williams, DT Alabama New York Jets (via NYG): Jonah Williams, OT Alabama Jacksonville Jaguars: DK Metcalf, WR Ole Miss Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via DET): Devin White, LB LSU *Cleveland Browns: Ed Oliver, DT Houston Denver Broncos: Greedy Williams, CB LSU Cincinnati Bengals: Jawaan Taylor, OT Florida *Washington Redskins: Drew Lock, QB Missouri Miami Dolphins: Montez Sweat, DE Mississippi State Atlanta Falcons: Christian Wilkins, DT Clemson Green Bay Packers (via WAS): Brian Burns, DE Florida State Carolina Panthers: Rashan Gay, DE Michigan Buffalo Bills: TJ Hockenson, TE Iowa Minnesota Vikings: Clelin Ferrell, DE Clemson Tennessee Titans: Cody Ford, OG Oklahoma Pittsburgh Steelers: Devin Bush, LB Michigan *Los Angeles Chargers: Dexter Lawrence, DT Clemson Baltimore Ravens: Marquise Brown, WR Oklahoma Houston Texans: Andre Dillard, OT Washington State Oakland Raiders (via CHI): Noah Fant, TE Iowa Philadelphia Eagles: Zach Allen, DE Boston College Indianapolis Colts: Jerry Tillery, DT Notre Dame Oakland Raiders (via DAL): Mack Wilson, LB Alabama *Jacksonville Jaguars: Daniel Jones, QB Duke Kansas City Chiefs: DeAndre Baker, CB Georgia Green Bay Packers (via NO): Garrett Bradbury, OG NC State Los Angeles Rams: Byron Murphy, CB Washington New England Patriots: Deebo Samuel, WR South Carolina
  13. Pre-FA Mock Draft 2 Rounds

    Sweat #2? Bosa #4? Jets trade with their division rivals? Dolphins have said they’re not going after a QB this year. This is different that’s all I’ll give you
  14. Post-Combine Mock Draft

    I agree. Patriots’ board usually seems different than most teams so if anyone does it it could be them
  15. Post-Combine Mock Draft

    I was under the impression that whoever got Foles was more likely to wait a year to draft a QB. If it were between Hockenson/Metkalf/J.Williams who would you expect assuming they wouldn’t trade up?
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