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2019 4 Round Mock w/ Trades

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TRADES

* The New England Patriots trade their 2019 2nd Round Pick (56th Overall) and a 2020 conditional 3rd round pick to the Arizona Cardinals in exchange for QB Josh Rosen and a 2020 6th Round Pick

* The Detroit Lions trade their 2019 1st Round Pick (8th Overall) and their 2019 2nd Round Pick (43rd Overall) to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in exchange for their 2019 1st Round Pick (5th Overall) and their 2019 4th Round Pick (107th Overall)

* The Cincinnati Bengals trade their 2019 1st Round Pick (11th Overall) and their 2019 3rd Round Pick (72nd Overall) and a 2020 6th Round Pick to the Jacksonville Jaguars in exchange for their 2019 1st Round Pick (7th Overall)

* The Atlanta Falcons trade their 2019 1st Round Pick (14th Overall) and their 2019 3rd Round Pick (79th Overall) and a 2020 4th Round Pick to the Buffalo Bills in exchange for their 2019 1st Round Pick (9th Overall)

* The New York Giants trade their 2019 1st Round Pick (17th Overall), their 2019 3rd Round Pick (95th Overall) and a 2020 2nd Round Pick to the Denver Broncos in exchange for their 2019 1st Round Pick (10th Overall)

* The Pittsburgh Steelers trade their 2019 1st Round Pick (20th Overall), their 2019 3rd Round Pick (83rd Overall) and a 2020 4th Round Pick to the Miami Dolphins in exchange for their 2019 1st Round Pick (13th Overall)

* The Baltimore Ravens trade their 2019 1st Round Pick (22nd Overall), a 2019 4th Round Pick (113th Overall), and RB Kenneth Dixon to the Minnesota Vikings in exchange for their 2019 1st Round Pick (18th Overall)

* The Philadelphia Eagles trade their 2019 1st Round Pick (25th Overall), their 2019 4th Round Pick (127th Overall) and CB Cre’Von LeBlanc to the Seattle Seahawks in exchange for their 2019 1st Round Pick (21st Overall)

* The Washington Redskins trade their 2019 3rd Round Pick (76th Overall), a 2020 4th Round Pick and WR Josh Doctson to the Kansas City Chiefs in exchange for their 2019 2nd Round Pick (63rd Overall) and a 2020 6th Round Pick

 

ROUND ONE

 

1. Arizona Cardinals: Kyler Murray QB, Oklahoma

2. San Francisco 49ers: Quinnen Williams DT, Alabama

3. New York Jets: Nick Bosa EDGE, Ohio State

4. Oakland Raiders: Josh Allen EDGE, Kentucky

5. Detroit Lions (via TB): Ed Oliver DT, Houston

6. New York Giants: Jawaan Taylor T, Florida

7. Cincinnati Bengals (via JAX): Devin White ILB, LSU

8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via DET): Montez Sweat EDGE, Mississippi State

9. Atlanta Falcons (via BUF): Rashan Gary DT, Michigan

10. New York Giants (via DEN): Dwayne Haskins QB, Ohio State

11. Jacksonville Jaguars (via CIN): T.J. Hockenson TE, Iowa

12. Green Bay Packers: Jonah Williams G, Alabama

13. Pittsburgh Steelers (via MIA): Greedy Williams CB, LSU

14. Buffalo Bills (via ATL): Christian Wilkins DT, Clemson

15. Washington Redskins: Clelin Ferrell EDGE, Clemson

16. Carolina Panthers: Cody Ford G, Oklahoma

17. Denver Broncos (via NYG via CLE): Dexter Lawrence DT, Clemson

18. Baltimore Ravens (via MIN): Brian Burns EDGE, Florida State

19. Tennessee Titans: D.K. Metcalf WR, Ole Miss

20. Miami Dolphins (via PIT): Andre Dillard T, Washington State

21. Philadelphia Eagles (via SEA): Devin Bush ILB, Michigan

22. Minnesota Vikings (via BAL): Jerry Tillery DT, Notre Dame

23. Houston Texans: Dalton Risner G, Kansas State

24. Oakland Raiders (via CHI): CB Deandre Baker CB, Georgia

25. Seattle Seahawks (via PHI): Marquise Brown WR, Oklahoma

26. Indianapolis Colts: Jaylon Ferguson EDGE, Louisiana Tech

27. Oakland Raiders (via DAL): Mack Wilson ILB, Alabama

28. Los Angeles Chargers: Kaleb McGary T, Washington

29. Kansas City Chiefs: Julian Love CB, Notre Dame

30. Green Bay Packers (via NO): Noah Fant TE, Iowa

31. Los Angeles Rams: Garrett Bradbury C, N.C. State

32. New England Patriots: Irv Smith, Jr. TE, Alabama

 

ROUND TWO

 

33. Arizona Cardinals: Greg Little T, Ole Miss

34. Indianapolis Colts (via NY Jets): A.J. Brown WR, Ole Miss

35. Oakland Raiders: Josh Jacobs RB, Alabama

36. San Francisco 49ers: Byron Murphy CB, Washington

37. New York Giants: Jachai Polite EDGE, Florida

38. Jacksonville Jaguars: Dre’Mont Jones DT, Ohio State

39. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jahlani Tavai ILB, Hawaii

40. Buffalo Bills: D’Andre Walker EDGE, Georgia

41. Denver Broncos: Drew Lock QB, Missouri

42. Cincinnati Bengals: Chris Lindstrom G, Boston College

43. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via DET): Joejuan Williams CB, Vanderbilt

44. Green Bay Packers: Taylor Rapp S, Washington

45. Atlanta Falcons: Max Scharping T, Northern Illinois

46. Washington Redskins: Parris Campbell WR, Ohio State

47. Carolina Panthers: Joe Jackson EDGE, Miami

48. Miami Dolphins: L.J. Collier DE, TCU

49. Cleveland Browns: Jeffery Simmons DT, Mississippi State

50. Minnesota Vikings: Tytus Howard T, Alabama State

51. Tennessee Titans: Charles Omenihu DE, Texas

52. Pittsburgh Steelers: Vosean Joseph ILB, Florida

53. Philadelphia Eagles (via BAL): Yodny Cajuste T, West Virginia

54. Houston Texans (via SEA): Justin Layne CB, Michigan State

55. Houston Texans: David Montgomery RB, Iowa State

56. Arizona Cardinals (via NE via CHI): N’Keal Harry WR, Arizona State

57. Philadelphia Eagles: Amani Oruwariye CB, Penn State

58. Dallas Cowboys: Johnathan Abram S, Mississippi State

59. Indianapolis Colts: Rock Ya-Sin CB, Temple

60. Los Angeles Chargers: Nasir Adderley S, Delaware

61. Kansas City Chiefs: Zach Allen DE, Boston College

62. New Orleans Saints: Jace Sternberger TE, Texas A&M

63. Washington Redskins (via KC via LA Rams): Daniel Jones QB, Duke

64. New England Patriots: Deebo Samuel WR, South Carolina

 

ROUND THREE

 

65. Arizona Cardinals: Kingsley Keke DE/DT, Texas A&M

66. Pittsburgh Steelers (via OAK): J.J. Arcega-Whiteside WR, Stanford

67. San Francisco 49ers: Amani Hooker S, Iowa

68. New York Jets: Elgton Jenkins C, Mississippi State

69. Jacksonville Jaguars: Dennis Daley T, South Carolina

70. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Erik McCoy G, Texas A&M

71. Denver Broncos: Kahale Warring TE, San Diego State

72. Jacksonville Jaguars (via CIN): Juan Thornhill S, Virginia

73. New England Patriots (via DET): Riley Ridley WR, Georgia

74. Buffalo Bills: Dawson Knox TE, Ole Miss

75. Green Bay Packers: Chase Winovich EDGE, Michigan

76. Kansas City Chiefs (via WAS): Michael Jordan C, Ohio State

77. Carolina Panthers: Chauncey Gardner-Johnson S, Florida

78. Miami Dolphins: Lonnie Johnson CB, Kentucky

79. Buffalo Bills (via ATL): Devin Singletary RB, Florida Atlantic

80. Cleveland Browns: Te’Von Coney OLB, Notre Dame

81. Minnesota Vikings: Dru Samia G, Oklahoma

82. Tennessee Titans: Jalen Jelks EDGE, Oregon

83. Miami Dolphins (via PIT): Nate Davis G, Charlotte

84. Seattle Seahawks: Trysten Hill DT, Central Florida

85. Baltimore Ravens: Hakeem Butler WR, Iowa State

86. Houston Texans: Khalen Saunders DT, Western Illinois

87. Chicago Bears: Damien Harris RB, Alabama

88. Detroit Lions (via PHI): Oshane Ximines EDGE, Old Dominion

89. Indianapolis Colts: Mike Bell S, Fresno State

90. Dallas Cowboys: Isaiah Johnson CB, Houston

91. Los Angeles Chargers: Armon Watts DT, Arkansas

92. Kansas City Chiefs: Marquise Blair S, Utah

93. New York Jets (via NO): Chuma Edoga T, USC

94. Los Angeles Rams: Daylon Mack DT, Texas A&M

95. Denver Broncos (via CLE via NE): Michael Dieter G, Wisconsin

96. Washington Redskins: Josh Oliver TE, San Jose State

97. New England Patriots: Isaiah Buggs DT, Alabama

98. Jacksonville Jaguars: Will Grier QB, West Virginia

99. Los Angeles Rams: Cameron Smith ILB, USC

100. Carolina Panthers: David Long CB, Michigan

101. New England Patriots: Miles Boykin WR, Notre Dame

102. Baltimore Ravens: Germaine Pratt ILB, N.C. State

 

ROUND FOUR

 

103. Arizona Cardinals: Kaden Smith TE, Stanford

104. San Francisco 49ers: Jalen Hurd WR, Baylor

105. New York Jets: Jordan Brown CB, South Dakota State

106. Oakland Raiders: Isaac Nauta TE, Georgia

107. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Miles Sanders RB, Penn State

108. New York Giants: Emeke Egbule ILB, Houston

109. Jacksonville Jaguars: Kelvin Harmon WR, N.C. State

110. Cincinnati Bengals: Anthony Nelson DE, Iowa

111. Detroit Lions: Connor McGovern G, Penn State

112. Buffalo Bills: Kris Boyd CB, Texas

113. Minnesota Vikings (via BAL via DEN): Alizê Mack TE, Notre Dame

114. Green Bay Packers: Terrill Hanks ILB, New Mexico State

115. Carolina Panthers: Tyler Roemer T, San Diego State

116. Miami Dolphins: Shareef Miller EDGE, Penn State

117. Atlanta Falcons: Jamel Dean CB, Auburn

118. Green Bay Packers (via WAS): Mecole Hardman WR, Georgia

119. Cleveland Browns: Evan Worthington S, Colorado

120. Minnesota Vikings: Bryce Love RB, Stanford

121. Tennessee Titans: Foster Moreau TE, LSU

122. Pittsburgh Steelers: Ben Banogu EDGE, TCU

123. Baltimore Ravens: Beau Benzschawel G, Wisconsin

124. Seattle Seahawks: Marvell Tell III S, USC

125. Denver Broncos (via HOU): Blake Cashman ILB, Minnesota

126. Chicago Bears: Iman Lewis-Marshall CB, USC

127. Seattle Seahawks (via PHI): Austin Bryant EDGE, Clemson

128. Dallas Cowboys: Gerald Willis DT, Miami

129. Indianapolis Colts: Greg Gaines DT, Washington

130. Los Angeles Chargers: Salvion Smith CB, Alabama

131. Buffalo Bills (via KC): B.J. Autry G, Jacksonville State

132. New York Giants (via NO): Darnell Savage, Jr. S, Maryland

133. Los Angeles Rams: Nate Herbig G, Stanford

134. New England Patriots: Malik Carney EDGE, North Carolina

135. Indianapolis Colts: Joe Giles-Harris OLB, Duke

136. Dallas Cowboys: Trayveon Williams RB, Texas A&M

137. Atlanta Falcons: Lamont Gaillard G, Georgia

138. Philadelphia Eagles: Mike Edwards S, Kentucky

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oh boy if the falcons were to come out with that draft Id expect TD and Quinn to hand in their resignation letters the next day.terrible

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26,27.28,29,32 are all players getting drafted in rd 2 or 3.

 

Don't believe the murray hype, i just don't

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Posted (edited)

I'm not in favor of a trade up for a LB.  For Haskins, ok, but not for an off the ball LB. The Bengals have only ever traded up in one 1 time.  Stay at 11 and take Hockenson (my preference) or Bush (all other Bengals fans' preference).

Edited by Jason_Bengal_Fl

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Not just no but Hell Naw for the Falcons.   I'll drive to tennessee and beat Dimitroff  dimitroffs azz myself if he does this. I thought we was trading up for Oliver and then you took the 1 guy i have no interest in the 1st round at all.  I don't want Gary at 14, via a trade down, or via a trade up in the 1st round.  I wouldn't even trade up from the 2nd round to the late 1st to go get him after taking a player at 14.   This is the one of worst case scenarios for the Falcons in my opinion.  Then we follow it up by taking a guy i wouldn't touch until the 3rd or 4th round in Sharp. 

F- for the Falcons in this draft from me

Then you gave the Bengals taking the better player in Wilkins at our pick at 14 to make it even worse to sorta rub it in lol.  The only 2 DT's i trade up for in this draft are Q. Williams and Ed Oliver if we can't get them then stay at 14 and take Wilkins, Lawrence, Sweat, Clelin Ferrell, Jonah Williams, Cody Ford, or Jawaan Taylor.  Any of those would be fine selections without having to give up any draft capital for a lazy and inconsistent player like Gary. I hate those type of players.   I had to live with him through Michigan for 3 fricken years i dang sure don't want to continue having to watch him for the next 5 scrubbing it up on another of my favorite teams.  Rashede Hageman was the same way he had tremendous upside and athletic ability for his size but like gary could care less on the field most the time and wasted it.  These are by far my most disliked type of players in every draft and in the nfl. 

Edited by FalconFan13

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3 hours ago, Falconof Shadows said:

oh boy if the falcons were to come out with that draft Id expect TD and Quinn to hand in their resignation letters the next day.terrible

You dang right on that one i don't know you yet but you seem to know whats up and i sorta like you already now lol.

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51 minutes ago, FalconFan13 said:

You dang right on that one i don't know you yet but you seem to know whats up and i sorta like you already now lol.

I've been hovering on this board since 2008 usually just read comments  but I will say I usually agree with your assessments

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L-O-V-E it.

Bills trade back and still get a dominant 3T? Grabbing an Edge player and a potential dominant TE in Knox is awesome. Boyd and Singletary are gravy. Would love to grab Mike Alexander at the end of round 4 over a Guard right now. 

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Pats 

After the Ridley pick,  I said,  takes balls to draft two WR, which I have no problem.  Than you take another one! Than I said  "you a nuts!" :D:D

Nice job on the draft

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3 hours ago, Jason_Bengal_Fl said:

I'm not in favor of a trade up for a LB.  For Haskins, ok, but not for an off the ball LB. The Bengals have only ever traded up in one 1 time.  Stay at 11 and take Hockenson (my preference) or Bush (all other Bengals fans' preference).

Plus we will be going OT first not OG

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Burns in the 1st and Howard T in the 2nd. Rest of the draft is solid

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The Steelers have come out and stated they don't think there are any corners in this draft that will help them immediately. They prefer to let the draft come to them as it is, and they're not trading up unless it's a once in a decade type player. He's a solid player and the other picks are solid for the Steelers but the trade up for Williams is all wrong. 

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Posted (edited)

I like the trade for the Vikings, even tho Dixon is meh. But then taking another RB doesnt make a ton of sense at that point. Dalvin, Boone, Abdullah, Dixon & Love is too overkill imo. 

Also the picks dont excite me too much, Tillery is nice but Bradbury or Fant wouldve been better. 

In this scenario for me it would have been:

1. Fant
2. Harry or Deebo
3. Nate Davis
4. G.Willis
4. Gailard

Edited by Eric dunn

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4 hours ago, Falconof Shadows said:

I've been hovering on this board since 2008 usually just read comments  but I will say I usually agree with your assessments

Well welcome to the action anyways :)  If you agree with me you are already a lost cause im a failure xD

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