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2017 NFL Mock Draft by Matt_Ulrich_17 - 3.0
Published at 3/13/2017 12:54:06 AM
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Browns are sold on Garrett and are likely to take him as the first overall pick. Amazing athlete that can affect the pass rusher nicely.
Niners did sign Hoyer but he is just there to keep the starting QB position warm. He is bound to be replaced at some point. Trubisky can use some time on the bench, but he has the best chance in becoming the star QB of the class.
Bears are starting to build a defense like they had in their successful seasons. While their secondary is still in some disrepair, they want to complete their front 7 by adding Jonathan Allen. He is a nice fit for a 34 scheme with the quickness to rush the QB and the strength to plug the run.
This sounds like something Jacksonville really wants to do. Think about it, they could have Leonard Fournette. This is the right direction to get the ball out of the hands of Blake Bortles less by having a dominant running back. He impressed at the combine and I think Jacksonville's front staff wants him.
Titans lost out on the Brandin Cooks trade and will likely get one in the draft somewhere. They will likely aim high and take Mike Williams out of Clemson as the main receiver. Williams has shown to be a nice #1 throughout their championship season.
Jets are in rebuild mode and let their secondary get released and start from scratch. Jets need someone to match with Pat's newly acquired WR Brandin Cooks and Lattimore has the skills and speed to match with him.
Chargers need to continue to fix their secondary that could not stay healthy. Jamal Adams is very close to what they had in Eric Weddle, so do not run him out of town!
I know there will be Panthers fans that want an edge rusher or a safety in this slot, but ask yourself this. You let RT Mike Remmers walk and signed literally THE WORST NFL TACKLE IN THE LEAGUE! AND GAVE HIM A 5 YEAR DEAL WORTH $55 MILLION DOLLARS! Good thing Cam can run, because he'll have to seeing every edge rusher will have a clear path to sack him.
Bengals are fixing their defense and could use Solomon Thomas to pair up with Carlos Dunlap.
Bills released nearly every person in a Bills jersey that played one snap in 2016. They need to start at a safety and Malik Hooker, while raw, has the instincts to be a faster, healthier, more capable safety than they had in Jairus Byrd.
Saints need almost everything on defense. Edge rusher starts here and Barnett seems like the perfect fit for the Saints.
Browns have built a nice offensive line. Much needed since it will take the receivers an hour to get open. Deshaun can be comfortable while taking a year to throw the ball.
Cardinals are another team that can afford to have one of these quarterbacks to sit for a season while they try to rebuild. Kizer is a nice fit. A strong arm with nice mobility. Considering they have deep receivers and a questionable OL.
Eagles decided not to go for the Brandin Cooks trade, and signed two receivers for their young quarterback, but no corners. They'll likely double dip in this position, starting with Bama's Humphrey.
*I had them with Sidney Jones but he tore his achilles tendon
Colts need a lot of things, but replacing a middle-aged running back is a good start. Dalvin Cook maybe fumble prone, but he is a solid option as a runner with great acceleration and can break away runs.
Reuben Foster's incident at the hospital has left a bad impression on certain teams that will not want that kind of negativity, but someone will take a chance on him. My money is on Baltimore.