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NO PLAYOFFS PROJECTIONS. Ranking based on ESPN after week 7.

If you have something to say, do. It is just a game.

1. Cincinnati Bengals - Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon
Look at the stats and he is not the #1. Look at games and you see why he could be. Some throws are just what an NFL offense need. Check his second half at Washington.

2. Miami Dolphins  - Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama
Joe Burrow is tempting but Tua is explosive and such a character to build around a franchise from the ground. Minor injuries are a concern but it will be very hard to pass on him.

3. Washington Redskins - Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia
With Kerrigan and Sweat, i do not see them taking Chase Young. Trent Williams will probably play elsewhere in 2020 so what about a stud left tackle ? Dwayne Haskins agrees.

4. Atlanta Falcons - Chase Young, DE, Ohio State
Nightmare of a season, dream of a draft. Young can have an immediate impact from day 1. He is The Predator.

5. New York Jets  - Jeffrey Okudah, CB, Ohio State
They sure could improve the Oline but Thomas is gone. They sure could improve their pass rush but Young is gone. They sure could improve their coverage but oh wait! Okudah is the next shutdown CB made in HorseShoe. Add Jeudy for Darnold or a partner for Jamal Adams ? There is a debate.

6. New York Giants  - Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama
Epenesa or Gross-Matos would make sense but the franchise will rise (or not) depending on Daniel Jones' performance so : Jeudy isn't a good receiver, he is a great one. Jones-Barkley-Jeudy, bright years are coming (at least on offense) for the G-Men in this scenario.

7. Los Angeles Chargers  - Joe Burrow, QB, LSU
Here we are. Now it can't be hype only. From end of last season to this one (so far), Burrow seems legit to be a top 10 pick. Much respect to Philip Rivers but he looks like on his last wheels. He could play a last year, time to prepare Joe Burrow. Or stop a very good but fruitless career as he'll be free-agent in 2020.

8. Denver Broncos  - CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma
Fulton to replace Chris Harris. Isaiah Simmons to defend all the Kelce, Waller and Henry in their division. A pass rusher to replace free-agent to be Von Miller. Or, add a weapon for Drew Lock for years to come. Sanders' gone and a tandem of Sutton and Lamb would make for it.

9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers  - Grant Delpit, S, LSU
The bucs did invest a lot on the secondary the previous two drafts. They hope, at least, two of these CBs will pan out. Grant Delpit can defend the run but also the pass and he can add an attitude too. A safety brings less positionnal value but when the guy is a stud, why not ? Same can be said about middle linebacker in this modern NFL and they took Devin White last draft for same reason : he is a stud (but have to start showing it now).

10. Miami Dolphins (via PIT)  - Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa
Wirfs looks like more of a guy to take on 20s but to draft on team needs is sometimes the right move. Ideally, Walker Little of Stanford would recover well and declare. He would be the choice here. For now, Wirfs showed abilities at playing on both sides and if they take Tua the lefty, to have a massive right tackle like him would be smart.  

11. Cleveland Browns   - Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn
The Browns can win few more games and pick later, and a selection of a tackle or Tyler Biadasz, would make a lot of sense. At #11, the best player available have to be the choice. Then argue who's that BPA. To me, Derrick Brown is. I am aware of Sheldon Richardson and also about an Ogunjobi who is a starter-caliber young guy. But, Derrick Brown is at another level than both and to build such a rotation inside (with Myles outside) would be scary. The draft is not only a "next season" thing but also a "for the 5 next ones" : having Garrett, Ogunjobi and Brown on that Dline would be great for years.

12. Detroit Lions  - AJ Epenesa, DE, Iowa
Romeo Okwara will be FA. He is a legit player in this league but certainly not a priority to resign. Having Epenesa opposite of Trey Flowers would help in this NFC North.  

13. Philadelphia Eagles  - Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU
The next one from DBU. The need at the position is huge despite lots of investment with young players. Best thing could be to add a veteran through free-agency (Harris/Ryan/Waynes) or trade (Peterson) and upgrade another unit. Otherwise, Kristian Fulton has size and skills to be a starter at the next level.  

14. Tennessee Titans  - Jacob Eason, QB, Washington
Is Eason another Christian Ponder/ Jake Locker kind of guy ? Good QB but taken way too high and those too high expectations produce a failure. Both Mariota and Tannehill will hit the free-agency after the season. The ex 5 star recruit makes few mistakes and has an indeniable talent. Roll the dice.

15. Jacksonville Jaguars  - Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson
Sounds like a consensus pick among mock drafts and it makes sense. Less if Telvin Smith comes back in 2020. Now than Jalen Ramsey is gone, im assuming they'll give some money to Yannick Ngakoue and the receiving class is very deep in 2020.  

16. Arizona Cardinals   -  Tyler Biadasz, C, Wisconsin
Kyler Murray can escape outside and could use better protection inside. Their starter, Shipley will be FA and Biadasz is in a discussion with all those Ryan Kelly, Garrett Bradbury or Travis Frederick, formers centers 1st round pick.

17. Las Vegas Raiders (via CHI)  - Dylan Moses, LB, Alabama
This is assuming Moses will recover well and declare. That D need a leader, the one Burfict failed to be with his suspension. Dylan Moses looked like a plug and play linebacker with athletism and instinct to man the middle.  

18. Las Vegas Raiders  - Henry Ruggs, WR, Alabama
Ruggs is an explosive weapon with speed and route running abilities. He could be that hope in AB which failed. (#clown)

19. Jacksonville Jaguars via Rams - Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama
It wont be easy for any of them, if the Jags pick a cornerback in the first round. Comparisons with Jalen Ramsey would be a non-stop discussion among fans and medias. Though, they need one. Diggs has great size and skills. (im happy thanks to Marlon Humphrey's success than the quote "bama corners do not succeed in the NFL" are now gone).
 
20. Miami Dolphins (via HOU) - Yetur Gross-Matos, DE, Penn State
Their defense too needs some improvement. YGM is tall, a bit raw but yet a disruptive force outside, with tons of room for growth.  

21. Dallas Cowboys - Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina
With both Maliek Collins and Christian Covington becoming free-agent and an aging Tyrone Crawford, the 'Boys could go back to the middle of the D after the selection of Trysten Hill past year. Kinlaw is tall and disruptive and would shine in the Rod Marinelli's system.
 
22. Carolina Panthers - Laviska Shenault, WR, Colorado
A physical receiver who can do many things on the gridiron : to catch passes of course, to gain yards after contact, to play some wild-cat, to block for the running game (hello CMC). He also could be a solid option in the slot for...Kyle Allen ?

23. Indianapolis Colts  - Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson
Hilton and Campbell are dynamic. Cain could become that guy with some more size but another Tiger would be much better in that role. Often underrrated because he has a great QB and bc Justyn Ross is such a blue chip but don't be confused : Tee Higgins is very good. Very good. Size, sure hands and athletism to make some acrobatic catches. Jacoby Brissett is playing solid football, Higgins would help to continue that trend.

24. Minnesota Vikings  - Raekwon Davis, DT, Alabama
Linval Joseph is an underrated player. And, they have some youth at the position but Reakwon Davis would start over them. He has the potential to be a three down player, one who stay on the field on 3rd down with a three men rush upfront.  

25. Seattle Seahawks  - Lucas Niang, OT, TCU
Massive right tackle to replace a bust (Ifedi). Russ Wilson is mobile but they should ease his life by adding a bookend tackle to Duane Brown.  

26. Baltimore Ravens  - Curtis Weaver, OLB, Boise State
The Ravens' staff will see some Terrell Suggs in him. It worked well with the now Cardinal.  

27. Kansas City Chiefs  - Paulson Adebo, CB, Stanford
Adebo had a great 2018 season, after a good start he was less effective in 2019. His game versus UDubb brought confidence again on NFL scouts' minds. He could be a legit starter with the Chiefs right now.  

28. Buffalo Bills  - CJ Henderson, CB, Florida
Tre'Davious White like Linval Joseph and some others. Great players you never heard about. Though, Levi Wallace and Kevin Johnson will be free-agents. Henderson had his ups and downs this year but still is a cornerback with tremendous abilities. It also could be a spot for one of those feline pass rusher (Okwara, Lewis, Chaisson).

29. Green Bay Packers  - Jedrick Wills, OT, Alabama
Aaron Rodgers can throw to anybody, just give him some time to do. Wills is a right tackle with 'Bama and a good one. With Bulaga probably retiring, they have a big need there. Calvin Throckmorton, in that regard, is also a solid option.  

30. New Orleans Saints  - Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin
That RB class is so talented than lots of teams will pass on the 1st round and wait. That RB class is so talented than we won't see a draft without at least one of them selected on thrusday. Jonathan Taylor or reforming the 1-2 punch Ingram-Kamara near Bourbon St.

31. San Francisco 49ers  - Shaun Wade, DB, Ohio State
Wade can play on the slot, can play outside, can play safety. With Jimmie Ward out of contract in march, that yet ferocious D could add another playmaker to collect what the front 7 produces.  

32. New England Patriots  - Ashtyn Davis, S, California
Unfornutaley for them, no Rutgers player will deserve such a spot. Joke aside, the Pats could add some youth at the safety position. Ashtyn Davis is a riser among scouts as he is a factor against both the pass and the run with Cal.

2nd ROUND

33. Cincinnati Bengals - Troy Dye, LB, Oregon
Tall with speed. In need to bulk some but what a player! And he is a leader at a position of need. Match.  

34. Miami Dolphins  -  Creed Humphrey, C, Oklahoma
In 2019, 4 offensive linemen from OU were drafted. Humphrey, though, could be the best of the bunch. If you do not have time to scout some, just watch his block for a running touchdown of Jalen Hurts during the Red River Showdown.  

35. Colts via Redskins  -  Marvin Wilson, DT, Florida State
Okay Matt Eberflus is a magician (almost) but Chris Ballard have to keep giving to him some material. Wilson is huge and also produces some sacks and tackles for loss.  

36. Atlanta Falcons  - D'Andre Swift, RB, Georgia
Devonta Freeman signed for nice money but didn't score a touchdown since december 2017. Ito Smith is better as a 3rd in a rotation. Swift is gifted and could help Matt Ryan to bring them much higher. The LB class is deep, they can find a good one later.  

37. New York Jets  - Alex Leatherwood, OT, Alabama
Sam Darnold needs upgrades on the Oline to stop seeing ghosts.

38. New York Giants  -  Julian Okwara, OLB, Notre Dame
Lorenzo Carter is decent but seems to not reach his potential. Okwara is fluid with his moves and turn the corner with speed. With big men upfront, the Giants need to bring more pressure from the outside.

39. Los Angeles Chargers  -  Trey Adams, OT, Washington
Rivers (or Burrow) have to be protected. Trey Adams would have been a top 15 pick without his injuries. Now he looks like in full health and he plays the way we thought he would.

40. Denver Broncos  - Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma
He is fast and he can tackle. Enough said for a team in a need of at the position.  Murray after Lamb, is Elway scouting the Big 12 ?

41. Tampa Bay Buccaneers  - Travis Etienne, RB, Clemson
Jameis or not Jameis ? That is the question. Jake Fromm or Jordan Love would be options if he licks his fingers elsewhere in 2020. I-T-N is an explosive back with elusive runs. A dynamic back Ronald Jones is failing to be.

42. Pittsburgh Steelers  -  Terrell Lewis, OLB, Alabama
The Steelers replace Bud Dupree with a fluid athlete who despite his weight also shows than he can bull rush his tackle with power (at the college level, though).

43. Cleveland Browns   -  Prince Wanogho, OT, Auburn
Greg Robinson will be FA so they could replace him with another War Eagle.  That time they take a real OT in the second round (and not Austin Corbett).

44. Detroit Lions  -  Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU
Kenny Golladay and Marvin Jones are good. As is TJ Hockenson. Add a deep threat with talent like Reagor and Matt Stafford could make the step from top 10 QB to top 5 QB. Possibly maybe sings Bjork.

45. Philadelphia Eagles  -  Evan Weaver, LB, California
The NFL Combine could make him drop some as he is not the most athletic linebacker of that class. But you can't fake 104 tackles in only 7 2019 games. The Eagles have need there, right ?

46. Tennessee Titans  -  Calvin Throckmorton, OT, Oregon
Jack Conklin fails to play like a 1st round pick. The Titans could go with a cheaper option on the right side of the line.

47. Jacksonville Jaguars  -  Rashad Lawrence, DT, LSU
Marcell Dareus will see his huge contract be dumped next year. Lawrence would be a nice replacement.

48. Arizona Cardinals   -  Bradlee Anae, OLB, Utah
T-Sizzle is probably playing on his only season in his homestate as a pro. Chandler Jones looks awesome on one side, Anae could man the other.

49. Chicago Bears  -  Jordan Love, QB, Utah State
To Bring in a QB could destroy Mitch Trubisky's confidence. But of course, Ryan Pace has to think what's best for the Bears and not for True Biscuit. Love has potential but needs refinements coming from a small conference.  

50. Chicago Bears via Raiders  -  Shane Lemieux, G, Oregon
Run mauler and effecient pass blocker to help that offense. Kyle Long is too often banged up.  

51. Los Angeles Rams  -  Nick Coe, DE, Auburn
The Rams won't have enough money to sign Michael Brockers and that leaves nothing good next to Aaron Donald. Coe is playing 43 DE in NCAA but has the size to play on a 34 front.

52. Houston Texans  -  Anfernee Jennings, OLB, Alabama
Whitney Mercilus will be FA and even if he stays, there is not much on opposite side since Clowney left town. (unless they bring Von Miller home in free-agency).

53. Dallas Cowboys - Albert Okwuegbunam, TE, Missouri
His size and catch radius are so appealing.
 
54. Carolina Panthers  -  Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama
Tre Boston will be free-agent. McKinney has flaws on his game like tackling but he has range and playmaking abilities.

55. Indianapolis Colts   -  JR Reed, S, Georgia
Reed is a can do it all. He would shine on this system.

56. Minnesota Vikings  - Trey Smith, OL, Tennessee
Tackle or guard, the Vikes could use both. Trey Smith was a 5 star recruit but health issues made him loose stock. That late, he could be a bargain.  

57. Seattle Seahawks  -  Lamar Jackson, DB, Nebraska
The senior is having a great season as a cornerback. He has tremendous size for the position and the flexibility to be a complete defensive-back, like a chess piece on the backfield.
 
58. Baltimore Ravens   -  Antonio Gandy-Golden, WR, Liberty
Lamar Jackson (not the aforementionned one) runs a lot but theyd be smart to add some targets for him to throw to. AGG is tall and is having a great season. I bet on a great showing at the Senior Bowl.

59. Chiefs  - Daryl Williams, OL, Mississippi State
He played guard in 2018 and with Elgton Jenkins leaving, he plays center with the Bulldogs. The Chiefs could use some depth on the line.  

60. Buffalo Bills   - Najee Harris, RB, Alabama
The Bills keep building around Josh Allen. Harris is a powerful back to complement Singletary and he has good hands (4 TDs in 7 games) to also help Allen in this area.  

61. Green Bay Packers  - James Proche, WR, SMU
Like wrote previously, AR can throw to me, to you, to everything with two hands. Though, they'd better improve his receiving unit.  

62. Miami Dolphins via Saints  - J'Kaylin Dobbins, RB, Ohio State
Smart move to add a talented RB when adding a QB. Wideouts can be found later (Devonta Smith and his connection with Tua ?).

63. Seahawks via Chiefs  - Justin Madubuike, DT, Texas A&M
A force inside the middle of the line. 7.5 TFLs in 9 games so far.  

64. Falcons via Patriots  -  Neville Gallimore, DT, Oklahoma
They can use a partner inside for Grady.

Edited by zappa13004

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4 hours ago, zappa13004 said:

27. Kansas City Chiefs  - Paulson Adebo, CB, Stanford
Adebo had a great 2018 season, after a good start he was less effective in 2019. His game versus UDubb brought confidence again on NFL scouts' minds. He could be a legit starter with the Chiefs right now.  

I don't hate it. But OL, LB, and maybe DL has become a bigger need for us than CB. Although we MUST take one in this draft at some point, but only if he's BPA.

4 hours ago, zappa13004 said:

59. Seahawks via Chiefs  - Justin Madubuike, DT, Texas A&M
A force inside the middle of the line. 7.5 TFLs in 9 games so far

 

4 hours ago, zappa13004 said:

63. San Francisco 49ers  - Daryl Williams, OL, Mississippi State
He played guard in 2018 and with Elgton Jenkins leaving, he plays center with the Bulldogs. The Niners could use some depth on the line.  

 

In the Dee Ford trade, the Chiefs got the 49ers 2nd round pick. The Chiefs then traded the worse of their 2nd round picks to Seattle for the Frank Clark trade. So in this scenario, Chiefs should be picking 59 and Seahawks 63.

With that in mind, I'd be ok with the Chiefs taking either of those players. We need a new C and LG to start and then maybe an OT for depth and future starter.

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Love Chase Young to the Falcons in Round 1 thats the pick everytime if he is there for us.   If he doesn't fall to us then either Derrick Brown or the best CB in the draft is where we need to look but Young always comes 1st lol.

As for round 2 i don't mind a RB and where as i like Swift i might actually like Travis from Clemson even better but wouldn't complain with either of them.  

We now also own the Pats pick at the end of the 2nd round from the Sanu trade so i say either the best DT available there or the best CB available there.    As you said the LB depth is strong in this class so we can get one in the 4th round to compete or look at one in FA since LB's are usually cheaper than other positions. 

So yeah DT or CB with our next 2 picks at the end of round 2 Pats pick and beginning of round 3 our pick and this draft is rocking for the Falcons.

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7 hours ago, kingseanjohn said:

I don't hate it. But OL, LB, and maybe DL has become a bigger need for us than CB. Although we MUST take one in this draft at some point, but only if he's BPA.

 

 

In the Dee Ford trade, the Chiefs got the 49ers 2nd round pick. The Chiefs then traded the worse of their 2nd round picks to Seattle for the Frank Clark trade. So in this scenario, Chiefs should be picking 59 and Seahawks 63.

With that in mind, I'd be ok with the Chiefs taking either of those players. We need a new C and LG to start and then maybe an OT for depth and future starter.

and i knew it !!! thanks to remind me that, i make an adjustment

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2 hours ago, FalconFan13 said:

Love Chase Young to the Falcons in Round 1 thats the pick everytime if he is there for us.   If he doesn't fall to us then either Derrick Brown or the best CB in the draft is where we need to look but Young always comes 1st lol.

As for round 2 i don't mind a RB and where as i like Swift i might actually like Travis from Clemson even better but wouldn't complain with either of them.  

We now also own the Pats pick at the end of the 2nd round from the Sanu trade so i say either the best DT available there or the best CB available there.    As you said the LB depth is strong in this class so we can get one in the 4th round to compete or look at one in FA since LB's are usually cheaper than other positions. 

So yeah DT or CB with our next 2 picks at the end of round 2 Pats pick and beginning of round 3 our pick and this draft is rocking for the Falcons.

thats right !

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15 minutes ago, zappa13004 said:

thats right !

64. Falcons via Patriots  -  Neville Gallimore, DT, Oklahoma
They can use a partner inside for Grady.

Sweet jesus man i thought he was gone in the top 20 of the 1st round.  Im a HUGE FAN of Neville's  and would even had taken him over a RB earlier in the round if there.  But to come away with Chase, Neville, and Swift in 1 draft is insane for the Falcons.  Thats an A+ no matter how you look at it i love it.

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40 minutes ago, FalconFan13 said:

64. Falcons via Patriots  -  Neville Gallimore, DT, Oklahoma
They can use a partner inside for Grady.

Sweet jesus man i thought he was gone in the top 20 of the 1st round.  Im a HUGE FAN of Neville's  and would even had taken him over a RB earlier in the round if there.  But to come away with Chase, Neville, and Swift in 1 draft is insane for the Falcons.  Thats an A+ no matter how you look at it i love it.

And, if the Falcons win some more games and pick later, to me (as you said) Derrick Brown would be perfect ! (not as Chase Young would be, though)

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Not bad but if Leatherwood is there no way we pass that up

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1 hour ago, johndeere1707 said:

I don’t want Herbert at all for Cincy. 

Give me Joe Burrow, Tua, or Chase Young

It’s not about what you want though

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32 minutes ago, Counselor said:

It’s not about what you want though

It’s true. But I don’t think Herbert will be the number one pick. He might drop out of the top 10. 

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Haven’t dug much into prospects yet for 2020 but you definitely hit the needs. I do think they’ll probably resign Dennis Kelly to compete at RT. Conklin has been average to bad so I’m glad you’re replacing him. Also I could see them bringing back Tannehill or another vet. Eason needs to sit. He’s a raw prospect and needs time to develop.

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17 hours ago, zappa13004 said:

NO PLAYOFFS PROJECTIONS. Ranking based on ESPN after week 7.

If you have something to say, do. It is just a game.

28. Buffalo Bills  - CJ Henderson, CB, Florida
Tre'Davious White like Linval Joseph and some others. Great players you never heard about. Though, Levi Wallace and Kevin Johnson will be free-agents. Henderson had his ups and downs this year but still is a cornerback with tremendous abilities. It also could be a spot for one of those feline pass rusher (Okwara, Lewis, Chaisson).

60. Buffalo Bills   - Najee Harris, RB, Alabama
The Bills keep building around Josh Allen. Harris is a powerful back to complement Singletary and he has good hands (4 TDs in 7 games) to also help Allen in this area.  

 

In general I quite liked this mock draft, but as a Bills fan I really can't see us going for a CB and a RB in the first 2 rounds.

Personally I would like to see at least 1 WR in the first 2 rounds, since this class is really stacked. Also can see us go for the O-line, but not sure who would be the pick. 

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