Cincinnati Bengals: Michael Deiter, C, Wisconsin 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 10/21): Da'Ron Payne, DT
The Bengals lost two offensive linemen in free agency this spring. A third could depart next offseason, as Russell Bodine will be an impending free agent soon.
Michael Deiter has started at center and guard for Wisconsin. He's currently the favorite to be the first center chosen in the 2019 NFL Draft, though he could declare a year earlier.
Arizona Cardinals: Connor McGovern, G, Penn State 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 10/21): Lamar Jackson, QB
It's not a secret to everybody that Arizona has some major problems with its offensive line. Several upgrades are needed, including at least one at guard.
Connor McGovern projects as the top guard in the 2019 NFL Draft. He's been great for Penn State, paving the way for Saquon Barkley.
Houston Texans: Isaiah Prince, OT, Ohio State 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 10/21): None
One major hole the Texans didn't really address this offseason was right tackle. Julie'n Davenport was drafted, but he's a project and may not pan out. Meanwhile, Duane Brown may have priced himself out of Houston's range.
Isaiah Prince has done well at right tackle thus far. He's dealing with an injury, but could be a first-round pick.
The Vikings signed Riley Reiff and Mike Remmers this offseason, but there's a good chance at least one of them will disappoint. I'm pretty sure that will be Remmers. Here's a solution to their blocking woes.
Jawaan Taylor has some great feet for his size (6-5, 340) and could emerge as a first-round right tackle.
Los Angeles Chargers: Shea Patterson, QB, Ole Miss 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 10/21): Derwin James, S
Philip Rivers will turn 37 months prior to the 2019 NFL Draft. The Chargers will have to find a quarterback of the future at some point in the near future.
Shea Patterson has completed better than 65 percent of his passes through six games thus far.
Buffalo Bills: Shaquille Quarterman, ILB, Miami 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 10/21): Equamineous St. Brown, WR and Quenton Nelson, G
The Bills have finally reached the playoffs! If only football games were played on Random.org... Anyway, Gerald Hodges was signed this offseason, but the Bills may want a long-term answer at linebacker.
Shaquille Quarterman was highly productive as a freshman in Miami's defense, recording 84 tackles and 10 TFLs.
Atlanta Falcons: Taylor Rapp, S, Washington 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 10/21): Andrew Brown, DT
Ricardo Allen will be hitting free agency a month prior to the 2019 NFL Draft, so the Falcons may have to use this pick to replace him.
Taylor Rapp was part of Washington's terrific secondary last year, recording four interceptions as a mere freshman.
New England Patriots: Trumaine Edwards, LB, Virginia Tech 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 10/21): Tavon Bryan, DT
The Patriots have a couple of glaring holes in their defense, one of which is the linebacking corps. New England needs someone new alongside Dont'a Hightower.
Trumaine Edmunds is a very instinctive, quick linebacker who has been a great play-maker for Virginia Tech.
Aqib Talib may not be around in a couple of seasons, so the Broncos will have to find a new starter sometime soon.
Trayvon Mullen is a 6-foot-2 corner who was highly recruited and could enter first-round conversation.
Green Bay Packers: Jake Hanson, C, Oregon 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 10/21): Sam Hubbard, DE
The Packers lost J.C. Tretter this offseason, and they could lose their other center, Corey Linsley soon. If that happens, the Packers could spend a first-round pick on a replacement.
Jake Hanson did well as a freshman center in the Pac-12. He has a chance to be the top center selected in the 2019 NFL Draft.
Seattle Seahawks: Jabari Zuniga, DE, Florida 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 10/21): Connor Williams, OT
This could be the time the Seahawks decide that they need to replace Cliff Avril, so a defensive end selection makes sense at this spot.
Jabari Zuniga had a nice freshman campaign, collecting five sacks.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Bryan Edwards, WR, South Carolina 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 10/21): Orlando Brown, OT
The Jaguars in the AFC Championship!? I told you this was random. Tom Coughlin loves bolstering the trenches, but he needs to find a receiver because Jacksonville doesn't have much at the position outside of Allen Robinson.
Bryan Edwards caught 44 balls for 590 yards as a freshman at South Carolina. He has a nice frame (6-3, 212) and could be chosen in the opening round of the 2019 NFL Draft.
Dallas Cowboys: Devin Studstill, S, Notre Dame 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 10/21): Clellin Ferrell, DE
The Cowboys need to do better than Jeff Heath at safety if they want to fix their issues against the pass.
Devin Studstill was productive as freshman for Notre Dame, recording 38 tackles.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Mike Weber, RB, Ohio State 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 10/21): Hayden Hurst, TE
Le'Veon Bell is an impending free agent, and there's some talk that the Steelers could possibly let him go. If so, the Steelers will obviously need a new running back.
Mike Weber had a firm handle on Ohio State's starting running back job as a freshman. He showed some nice pass-catching ability, snatching 23 receptions.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Bennie Snell Jr., RB, Kentucky 2018 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 10/21): Bradley Chubb, DE
Doug Martin can't make up his mind about whether he wants to be a professional football player or not. Perhaps the randomized Super Bowl champion Buccaneers will look elsewhere by the 2019 NFL Draft.
Bennie Snell Jr. averaged nearly six yards per carry in 2016, and now he's the feature back with Boom Williams gone. He's a tough runner who could sneak into the first round.