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2019 NFL Mock Draft, Two Rounds: Murray #1 Overall Pick

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TRADES:

Cardinals trade Josh Rosen to the Giants for the Giants 2019 3rd Round Pick and 2020 4th Round Pick.

Free Agent Signings:

Cowboys sign DeMarcus Lawrence to huge contract and deserving so

Chiefs tag Dee Ford

Texans tag JaDaveon Clowney

LeVeon Bell signs with the Eagles

Tevin Coleman signs with the Jets

Earl Thomas signs with Cowboys

Landon Collins signs with Packers

Frank Clark, Haha Clinton-Dix, and CJ Mosley sign with Raiders

Za'Darius Smith signs with Ravens
 
Left quite a few Free Agents out but these were some of the main ones.
 
Draft:
 
First Round:
 
1. Arizona Cardinals
 
QB Kyler Murray - Oklahoma
 
Look guys... Kyler Murray is the PERFECT fit for Kingsburry's offense. Literally, the perfect fit. Perhaps even more of a fit than Patrick Mahomes was for him at Texas Tech and Mahomes was a monster (in no way saying Murray would hold a jockstrap to Mahomes). This is just a match made in heaven and I think the Cardinals pull the trigger here. I originally didn't think Murray would do all that well in the NFL but on the Cardinals I think he can set fire to the league in that system.
 
2. San Francisco 49ers
 
DE Nick Bosa - Ohio State
 
49ers are clapping and cheering when they hear Murray goes #1. Niners get the best player in this draft and keep building their defense back up to top form. Bosa is going to fantastic in this league. His durability does concern me and I wouldn't be surprised if he averages 12-13 games a season over his career (ends season early a few times). However, he a generational talent and difference maker.
 
*TRADE*
 
Jaguars send 2019 2nd Round Pick, 2019 4th Round Pick, and 2020 3rd Round Pick to the Jets to swap #3 and #7. This helps the Jets recover from their Darnold trade last year.
 
3. Jacksonville Jaguars
 
QB Dwayne Haskins - Ohio State
 
Jaguars have needed their QBOTF for a while and they NEED to pull the trigger here. If they end up signing Foles and neglect a QB in the 1st Round they are going to make the same mistake a Super Bowl contending Texans kept making. Your defense is elite, DRAFT YOUR FRANCHISE QB. Jags haven't had a solid QB since Mark Brunell who I thought was fantastic and awesome but that was a long long time ago. Haskins has some development to do but I think he's an instant upgrade over what they currently have.
 
4. Las Vegas Raiders
 
DT Quinnen Williams - Alabama
 
I think Quinnen Williams is the best player in this draft with Bosa, Bosa being 1a and Quinnen being 1b. Williams is unblockable one on one, something I haven't seen in the interior since Aaron Donald. I think he's a very different player than Donald don't get me wrong. A lot of differences in their game. Big Q can line up anywhere... 4-3 DT, 4-3 DE, 3-4 DT, 3-4 DE, I could literally see him play anything. I think he's best suited as a 4-3 DT playing 3 tech but he can easily be rotated all over the place and can also play 5 tech.
 
5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
 
DE Josh Allen - Kentucky
 
Bucs are shocked Allen has dropped to 5, this is similar to what happened in 2014 when Mack fell to the Raiders at 5 and tons of scouts had him as the best player. Bucs get an amazing talent in Allen who was one of the best edge rushers in college football and I'm sure Arians will like Allen is probably the most humble guy in this draft. No non-sense.
 
6. New York Giants
 
DT Ed Oliver - Houston
 
With the Eli/Rosen duo at QB, Giants can focus on other matters. I think Ed Oliver fits their defense perfectly and will continue the trend of great Giants defensive linemen.
 
7. New York Jets
 
OT Andre Dilliard - Washington State
 
Jets need to protect Sam Darnold and Dilliard has been my favorite tackle all off season. He's finally proving that at the combine and may rise the #1 tackle spot. Dilliard will be an All Pro LT imo and that's exactly what the Jets need.
 
8. Detroit Lions
 
EDGE Montez Sweat - Mississippi State
 
Even before the combine I have had Sweat going in the 8-12 range. He is a freak and think he could be the league's next great EDGE if he puts on some more weight to his frame. Lions need a pass rusher, even if they keep Ansah. I think Patricia will do a good job with Sweat and he should develop into a double digit sack guy in the NFL.
 
*TRADE*
 
Washington Redskins send 2019 2nd Round Pick, 2019 4th Round Pick, and 2020 4th Round Pick to the Bills to swap #9 and #15.
 
9. Washington Redskins
 
QB Drew Lock - Missouri
 
I think very highly of the Redskins, they were 6-3 last year for a reason. They have a solid squad and a QB away from being a playoff football team. If they can get a QB and a couple other pieces, I think they have the potential to be a top 2-3 se ed in the NFC. The Redskins are not gonna wanna throw away this season so I expect them to be aggressive for a QB in the draft. Lock will be the best QB Gruden has ever worked with, yes better than Cousins. It'll be fun to see what he can do with him.
 
10. Denver Broncos
 
DT - Dexter Lawrence - Clemson
 
I think Elway has had Drew Lock circled here all off season. He loves Lock and I think Lock would be an excellent fit for them. However, with Lock off the board, he goes back to the basics and keeps building back up the defense. Lawrence IMO is one of the best players in this draft easily and highly underrated.
 
11. Cincinnati Bengals
 
OT - Jawaan Taylor - Florida
 
A lot of people seem to mock Devin White here on a regular basis but I think the Bengals will address Offensive Line and see what they can get out of Andy Dalton who will be on the hot seat this season. Jaawan Taylor might even be their BPA as well. He should give them an instant upgrade to their OL.
 
12. Green Bay Packers
 
DE Jachai Polite - Florida
 
Florida prospects come off the board back to back as Packers select Polite. Packers need a pass rusher and I think Polite fits their defense better than majority of the 1st Round Pass Rushers. Polite also looked solid at the combine with crazyyy measurables and theres been rumors the Packers really like him.
 
13. Miami Dolphins
 
WR - DK Metcalf - Ole Miss
 
I think the Dolphins are tearing down the house, at least offensively. They will go BPA here. Metcalf is the remaining prospect on their big board so they select him and make him the top receiver taken in the 2019 NFL Draft. Metcalf is thought of as an absolute freak. He does have some boom or bust potential, however, with limited college production. Could be Randy Moss who's better in traffic. Could be David Boston... we really won't know until we see him in action. Personally very excited to see what he can do, although I wouldn't personally draft him myself.
 
14. Atlanta Falcons
 
DE Brian Burns - Florida State
 
I think all the edge rushers are coming off early in the 1st Round. It's a really good pass rushing class and a lot of teams need some pass rushing help. Falcons are one of those teams. Honestly, Burns is my favorite edge rushing prospect after Bosa. If he could add some weight to his frame, he could be one of the best pass rushing 4-3 DE's in the entire league. This guy led college football in pressures for a reason...he's good. He has speed, multiple moves, and technique. Not to mention underrated power. Burns will be an All-Pro.
 
15. Buffalo Bills
 
OT Jonah Williams - Alabama
 
Bills get a guy they were considering at 9 anyways in Jonah. Jonah isn't the sexiest prospect in the draft and some project him as a guard, but I think he'll be a solid LT in the NFL. Bills needs to protect their investment in Josh Allen and their tackles were awful last season.
 
16. Carolina Panthers

DE Rashan Gary - Michigan
 
Gary has been projected a top 5 pick by a lot of people. However, I don't see it that way. He might be a freak athlete but his tape doesn't scream top 5 pick. I think General Managers will be cautious come draft day and Gary will slide a bit. I wouldn't even be surprised if he went in the 20's. However, I think Carolina is a good fit for him and Ron Rivera would pull the trigger here.
 
17. Cleveland Browns
 
ILB Devin White - LSU
 
Regarded as one of the best prospects of this draft, the Browns keep building their defense of the future. On their three levels of defense they now have Myles Garrett, Devin White, and Denzel Ward. Yikes. White isn't super polished but he's a freak with the ability and potential to be Patrick Willis v2.0. Great value here for the Browns.
 
18. Minnesota Vikings
 
DE Clelin Ferrell - Clemson
 
Ferrell is by far one of my favorite prospects in this draft and I'd be surprised if he fell this far, just happened to work out this way. Vikings need O Line but the Top 3 OT's are gone and Ferrell is exceptional value here. Vikings draft Ferrell and cut Everson Griffith to save 10M in cap space. Ferrell is not someone who will be a superstar at the next level but he's someone who will be an elite run defender and get you 6-10 sacks a year as a 4-3 DE.
 
19. Tennessee Titans
 
OG Chris Lindstrom - Boston College
 
Titans desperately need to fix their offensive line as Mariota was one of the most sacked quarterbacks in the league last year. Titans have serious guard issues and elect to take the OL on top of their big board here. Boston College was one of the top overall lines in the country last year and Lindstrom was their best linemen.
 
20. Pittsburgh Steelers
 
CB Greedy Williams - LSU
 
Steelers could go many directions here but I think they will like they have their option of the first corner in the draft. Greedy is my top rated corner but I'm not sure that'll be the case for Pittsburgh. Byron Murphy could also be in play here.
 
21. Seattle Seahawks
 
OT/OG - Cody Ford - Oklahoma
 
Cody Ford is an excellent linemen who better projects as a guard in the NFL but is capable of playing tackle. Seahawks have been having OL issues since 2015, some years worse than others, but they need to keep Russell protected. Ford would be a great investment for them.
 
22. Baltimore Ravens
 
WR A.J. Brown - Ole Miss
 
This was a hard pick for me to decide, I'm almost positive they will go offense to help Lamar Jackson. But they could go Running Back also. Josh Jacobs is better value here, but the Ravens literally don't have any WRs worth throwing the ball to. Brown is a solid well-rounded WR and Ravens pull the trigger here and draft him.
 
23. Houston Texans
 
TE T.J. Hockenson - Iowa
 
Texans have major OL issues but Hockenson is on top of their big board with this pick. Texans have needed a TE for years and Hockenson is one of the best TE prospects to enter the draft in years. And 23 is insane value and just too good for them to pass up.
 
24. Las Vegas Raiders
 
RB Joshua Jacobs - Alabama
 
Not a huge fan of Jacobs myself, but with all the edge rushers off the board Jacobs might be Mayock and Grudens highest rated prospect. They've needed a three down running back for a long time and this would certainly make their offense a lot better and more versatile. Jacobs is a violent runner who also excels in the passing game. He is your modern NFL Running Back.
 
25. Philadelphia Eagles
 
CB - Byron Murphy - Washington
 
Not a surprise here, Eagles biggest need is corner. One of the worst CB corps in the league but if they can fix that hole, this team might be a contender yet again. That defense is still really really good if they can just fix a couple holes. NFC East will be a fun show down next year.
 
26. Indianapolis Colts
 
DT - DreMont Jones - Ohio State
 
Colts could go many directions with this pick but interior rusher is one of their needs and DreMont Jones is one of the most underrated prospects in this draft in my opinion. He'll give the Colts another defensive piece to keep building up a roster that is actually looking quite good. Frank Reich has done an excellent job so far.
 
27. Las Vegas Raiders
 
OLB Devin Bush - Michigan
 
Raiders have needed a LB for ages but McKenzie hated drafting LBs high. This issue needs to be addressed and it's very possible Bush is the Raiders BPA here anyways. I'm not concerned about Bush's size at all and think he is gonna be an excellent off-ball lineback. He's going to be a stud 4-3 weakside backer. His motor just never ever stops.
 
28. Los Angeles Chargers
 
OT Greg Little - Ole Miss
 
Like other teams, Chargers can go in many directions here but I like the fit with Little. They need a premier pass protector to help protect Rivers who still looks like a Top 5 QB in this league. Rivers with time is deadly.
 
29. Kansas City Chiefs
 
CB DeAndre Baker - Georgia
 
That Chief secondary last year was hideous... I think the Chiefs will be thrilled with DeAndre Baker still on the board. Not much needs to be said here.
 
30. Green Bay Packers
 
TE Noah Fant - Iowa
 
Packers addressed defense with the 1st pick and in free agency, now they give Rodgers a weapon. Fant is a freak. He's not as good of a blocker or route runner as Hockenson, but he's bigger and faster. He'll be a big body Rodgers can throw to. I tend to question most Packer draft picks, they are a hard team to get right, but we'll just have to see come draft day.
 
31. Los Angeles Rams
 
S Chauncey Gardner-Johnson - Florida
 
My favorite safety prospect of the draft. He can be an amazing free safety and amazing nickel back. Rams definitely need to upgrade at safety and this would be a good pick. Gardner has been widely considered a 2nd Rounder but he climbs draft boards on the daily. Fully expect him to be a Late 1st or first few picks of the second round.
 
32. New England Patriots
 
DT Christian Wilkins - Clemson
 
Amazing value this late for the Patriots and he just screams Patriot to me. Wilkins was a beast for Clemson piling up 14 tackles for loss and 5 sacks. He could be inserted anywhere on Bellichicks Defensive Line.
 
Second Round Top Five:
 
33. Arizona Cardinals
 
OT Yodney Cajuste - West Virgina
 
Cardinals need to protect their investment after drafting Murray with the first overall pick. The Cardinals Offensive Line was horrible and Cajuste is climbing draft boards.
 
34. Indianapolis Colts
 
WR Hakeem Butler - Iowa State
 
Hakeem Butler is rising up draft boards at a rapid pace at the combine. The guys wing span and catch radius is insane... and his speed for his size doesn't make sense. Butler could be an All-Pro target for Andrew Luck. Although it certainly could be labeled a boom or bust pick.
 
35. Las Vegas Raiders
 
WR Kelvin Harmon - N.C. State
 
Raiders need a WR in a bad way. After not getting one in the 1st Round the Raiders settle for one in the second round. The second round is crazy value for WR's this year. Expect a lot of them to go in this round. I like Harmon or Ridley here but I'll go with Harmon. He's one of my favorite WR prospects, just catches everything and is a dog.
 
36. San Francisco 49ers
 
WR Riley Ridley - Georgia
 
The run on WR's has started... Riley has first round talent but was under utilized in Georgia. Expect Kyle Shanahan to turn him into an amazing player in his offense.
 
37. New York Giants
 
OLB Mack Wilson - Alabama
 
Mack Wilson is great value here for the Giants as they keep building their defense. This was probably their BPA as Mack Wilson is probably the only player left with a first round grade.
 
Rest of Second Round:
 
38. New York Jets (from Jacksonville) - WR Parris Campbell - Ohio State
39. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - S Deionte Thompson - Alabama
40. Buffalo Bills - WR Hollywood Brown - Oklahoma
41. Denver Broncos - QB Daniel Jones - Duke
42. Cincinnati Bengals - C Garrett Bradbury - N.C. State
43. Detroit Lions - DE Jaylon Ferguson - Louisiana Tech
44. Green Bay Packers - OT/OG Dalton Risner - Kansas State
45. Atlanta Falcons - OG Elgton Jenkins - Mississippi State
46. Buffalo Bills(from Washington) - OT David Edwards - Wisconsin
47. Carolina Panthers - S Jonathan Abram - Mississippi State
48. Miami Dolphins - QB Will Grier - West Virginia
49. Cleveland Browns - DT Jerry Tillery - Notre Dame
50. Minnesota Vikings - OG Erik McCoy - Texas A&M
51. Tennessee Titans - WR N'Keal Harry - Arizona State
52. Pittsburgh Steelers - DE Zach Allen - Boston College
53. Philadelphia Eagles - DT Jeffery Simmons - Mississippi State
54. Houston Texans - OT Tytus Howard - Alabama State
55. Houston Texans - S Taylor Rapp - Washington
56. New England Patriots - TE Irv Smith Jr. - Alabama
57. Philadelphia Eagles - WR Deebo Samuel - South Carolina
58. Dallas Cowboys - OLB D'Andre Walker - Georgia
59. Indianapolis Colts - CB Trayvon Mullen - Clemson
60. Los Angeles Chargers - CB Julian Love - Notre Dame
61. Kansas City Chiefs - S Nasir Adderley - Deleware
62. New Orleans Saints - DT Khalen Saunders - Western Illinois
63. Kansas City Chiefs - ILB Te'Von Coney - Notre Dame
64. New England Patriots - DE/OLB Chase Winovich - Michigan
 
Thanks for reading.
 

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Don’t like the 1st round for the Packers but love the second.

Also love the Collins signing.  The next great Packer S named Collins.

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Not a Ravens fan but I find it hard to believe that Mosley is going anywhere. They’ll resign Mosley before Smith. Smith seems like a good chance to land in Tennessee with his former DC. Good Titans draft btw.

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Great first two picks for the Chiefs. I'd prefer Sternberger, a WR, or DL instead of a LB though at 63. I think our ILB are pretty much set for the year unless one of the top 3 guys falls to us.

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Terrible for the Broncos, but I expect that from a "homeless" Raiders fan....

 

10. LB Devin White. - Just ran a 4.42 40 and will be perfect in a Fangio defense.

41. OT/OG Dalton Risner - Would solidify the RT position, provide versatility and he has strong Colorado ties. 

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I don't dislike Burns at 14 although he wouldn't be my 1st choice there by a long shot.  I would much rather have Chrstian Wilkins at DT  or Ferrell at DE.   Jenkins in the 2nd round is fine i like him as a OG in our system and he is good value there.

Although if we don't take a DT in round 1 i would prefer to take Simmons there in round 2 based on upside and need alone.

Maybe something like this i'll give 3 options

1st - Wilkins
2nd - Jenkins
3rd - Ximines or Jackson

1st - Ferrell
2nd - Simmons
3rd - Mcgovern

1st - Wilkins
2nd - Simmons
3rd - Mcgovern

last one

1st - Jonah or Ford
2nd - Simmons
3rd - Mcgovern, Ximines, or Jackson

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8 minutes ago, Cutler06 said:

Terrible for the Broncos, but I expect that from a "homeless" Raiders fan....

Don't troll.  This will be your only soft warning on the matter.

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feel thats a lil much to move up 3 spots but i know we need a QB. however we would then have to be decently active in FA cuz we have too many holes offensively to plug in the draft, 

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Like the trade back and landind Jonah at 15. Though I don't see him taking over for Dawkins (who wasn't terrible) at LT. Not a huge fan of Brown but I could get on board but would rather Risner so he and Jonah could solidify the right side and then grab Harry or Samuel with the second 2nd round pick.

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The draft for the Browns is good maybe even great. But if you want the FA to be accurate then you should have Clark going to Cleveland 😎

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The Lions doubling up on speedy edge rushers is the greatest idea ever. It's such a great idea, and most Lions fans would love it so much, that there is no way in a million years the Lions will do it.

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I’d love if Allen fell to us at 5. That’d be a huge win. In the second, I LIKE Thompson, but I think it’d be smarter for us to go BPA OL.

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I cannot imagine Seattle letting Clark walk with the cap room they have. I also think their OLINE is the last target in earlier rounds, given it vastly improved in 2018-19. Seattle gave up the 2nd most rush yards per carry (or 3rd, pretty sure it's 2nd) in the league... and received little if any support on the offensive side from the TE position. They'll go D-LINE/TE almost 100%.

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