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2019 NFL Mock Draft: Cardinals and Bengals land the draft top to quarterbacks



1

Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma
There is just too much smoke around this battle right now, so there should be at least some fire. In this scenario, the cardinals find a taker to Josh Rosen and get Kliff Kingsbury the player he called the obvious No. 1

back in October.

2

Nick Bosa, EDGE, Ohio State [19659004] Kyle Shanahan can largely share pieces for a good offense, but his team came into this offseason, in need of defense assistance . San Fran has already spent some money to rectify his problems but bring Bosa in, which gives something much more than any of the 49ers' latest defensive line draft choices to give Robert Saleh a devastating pass-rush combination with Dee Ford.

3

Josh Allen, EDGE, Kentucky
Jetsne planned to make Anthony Barr a very paid man to hurry the edge for them, but he decided to go back to Minnesota. Here they beat Allen instead of playing that role.

4

Quinnen Williams, DL, Alabama
Raiders have three first round picks and thus a chance to add elite talent at multiple positions. They start here with one of the best defensive linemen in the draft and strengthen the center of the defense.

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Mock trade with Buccaneers

Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State
With Raiders passing a QB at # 4, Cincinnati jumps on the hunters to land Haskins, which is a great fit and can play right into Zac Taylor's offense and become Bengals' long-term starts. “/>

6

Rashan Gary, EDGE, Michigan
The hunters have soft talent in virtually every area, and by sending Olivier Vernon to Brown's in Odell Beckham trade, they created a larger vacuum on the edge . Gary is one of the best available and they hang him here.

7

Montez Sweat, EDGE, Mississippi State
The Jaguar were to cut a few talented defenders to make room for Nick Foles on the books, so they snag Sweat to maintain their versatile, talented defense front . “/>

8

Devin White, LB, LSU
Lions early free agency moves to Trey Flowers, Jonathan Jones and Jesse James made their biggest need "anyone who can cover in the middle of the field" and White fits the bill as a full-field playmaking linebacker to Matt Patricia's defense.

9

Ed Oliver, DL, Houston
There will be some questions about Oliver's ability to hurry the pass, but there is no doubt about his rapid traction capabilities as a penetrator in the running game. He can slip in immediately instead of the withdrawal Kyle Williams, and the Buffalo defense will not miss a blow.

10

Drew Lock, QB, Missouri
Of course, the Broncos acted for Joe Flacco. But they cannot see it as a long-term solution. The words at the Senior Bowl and combine were that John Elway is a lot in Lock and he slides to the Broncos at No 10 here. [19659000] 11

Mock trade with Bengals

Brian Burns, EDGE, Florida State
Tampa moves down six spots and picks up one of the draft's most athletic runners and gives them a player who can stick together with Jason Pierre-Paul in the short term and replacing him in the long term.

12

TJ Hockenson, TE, Iowa
The packages addressed their needs on the edge (Za & # 39; Darius Smith, Preston Smith) and in safety (Adrian Amos) in the free agency, so here they give Aaron Rodgers one of the best weapons in the draft. They can use Hockenson in two narrow end sets with Jimmy Graham, split either or both out wide, or even cut ribbons with Graham and let Hockenson run with the job.

13

Jonah Williams, Olympics, Alabama
Miami seems to be happy to let Ryan Fitzpatrick start at quarterback for now and looks like a good game to pick No. 1 overall next year which means they get a good shot at Tua Tagovailoa, Justin Herbert, or Jake Fromm. Who they end up with, he must be well protected, so the dolphins will be for some offensive help in the first round here.

14

Christian Wilkins, DL, Clemson [19659004] Even with Grady Jarrett, who gets the franchise tag, Falcons can still use some aids at the front. Wilkins is a nice piece that does lots of playing in the backfield and can rush to match too.

15

Mock trade with Washington

Cody Ford, Olympics, Oklahoma
The Vikes jump up in front of the panther to get their favorite offensive lineman and fix a major problem undermined team last season.

16

Other Dillard, Olympics, Washington State
How many more big hits do we see Cam Newton take before this team really does something about the offensive line? Hopefully zero and they take Dillard here. He tested out the charts at the combination. Join him with Matt Paradise, Trai Turner and Daryl Williams, and you've finally got a strong front end.

17

D.K. Metcalf, WR, Mississippi
He's no Odell Beckham, but the fighters need someone to catch the ball.

18

Mock trade in Vikings

Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma
Washington moves down and adds some deep speed to the outside that helps Case Keenum next year and who they determines, is the long-term answer when they find him later.

19

Mock trade in titans

Noah Fant, TE, Iowa
Bill Belichick swings a trade with his old comrades Jon Robinson and Mike Vrabel and lands a replacement for Rob Gronkowski in the process.

20

Devin Bush, LB, LSU
Ryan Shazier would like to play football again one day. It is admirable and I hope he can get it back. But Steelers can't really count on it. They may need a broad receiver if they give in to Antonio Brown's demand for trading, but no team has shown more skill in getting production out of center receivers than Pittsburgh so they solve their lineback problems in the first round instead. [19659005] 21

Nasir Adderley, S, Delaware
Adderley is not Earl Thomas. Nobody is. But you have to find his replacement somewhere.

22

Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State
Go see the Ravens depth chart. The broad recipient group is … abominable. Adding Butler here will at least give Lamar Jackson someone reliable to throw the ball into.

23

Jawaan Taylor, Olympics, Florida
If the Texans do not make an offensive lineman to give Deshaun Watson some help, they should just fold the franchise.

24

AJ Brown, WR, Ole Miss
Playing Brown as a great slot receiver between Antonio Brown and Tyrell Williams will give Raiders a formidable passing trio in the foreseeable future.

25

Byron Murphy, CB, Washington
Eagles could always choose a defensive lineman of course, but the secondary seems like a bigger need right now.

26

Dexter Lawrence, DL, Clemson

Colts added talent on the edge by signing Justin Houston, but they could still use help on the defensive interior. Lawrence is a monster-sized man and wants to fix a lot of the team's problems in the middle.

27

From Dallas

Greedy Williams, CB, LSU
Is the name "Greedy Williams" similar to a Jon Gruden kind of guy?

28

Jeffery Simmons, DL, Mississippi State
Chargers retained Brandon Mebane, but lost Darius Philon so they find a long-term power in the midst of their defensive line here.

29 Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama

If there was ever a team in need of a talent infusion in the defensive backfield, it is the Kansas City Chiefs. After signing Tyrann Mathieu, they tied the ties to Eric Berry, and Thompson would make a dump of a replacement.
30

From New Orleans

Chris Lindstrom, Olympics, Boston College
Billy Turner was a solid signature but he is more of a utility lineman than a regular starter. The packages bring Lindstrom here to solidify the interior of the line in the long term.

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Deandre Baker, CB, Georgia
With Aqib Talib coming up in age and uncertainty about Marcus Peter's contractual situation, Rams gathers one of the draft's defensive back in order to strengthen the talent along the back.


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