YEAR OF THE QB: 2018 NFL Mock Draft by BigRedBulldogs - 10.7
Published at 10/7/2017 9:40:17 PM
Just my opinions. Record number of QBs in the first round, please tell me your opinions and what should be changed.
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TRADE ALERT: Giants trade up 2 spots to draft the best player in the class, and the player that will eventually lead Big Blue to another ring.
Kyle Shanahan gets the face of his franchise, and a QB with everything a coach could ask for: talent, experience, swagger, et cetera.
Best defensive player in the class, James gives the Browns versatility in the secondary. Watch out for a DROY campaign...
A desperate Chargers front office drafts Rosen, the hometown hero, in hopes that it will increase fan happiness. Spoiler, it doesn't.
Versatility? Check. Heart? Check. Production? Check. Landry is a very good player, and the Bengals don't really have many of those.
Hallelujah, screams Andrew Luck as Key falls to #6. The highest upside among defensive players in this class makes Key a prospect to salivate over.
Da Bears shore up their already good offensive line with a talented bookend, likely to become Trubisky's best friend.
The Dolphins are in NFL purgatory. If they do end up competing, it will be largely because of Fitzpatrick, the best corner in the draft.
Darnold in the desert? You bet. Bruce Arians, Sam Darnold, and David Johnson could be the next Greatest Show on Turf.
The Ravens need receiver help, badly. Who better than a physical, big-bodied, yet fast receiver in Washington? Washington will end up helping Flacco's case as an elite QB for sure.
Stop me if you've heard this before: the Seahawks O-line sucks. So, they draft the most polished tackle in the class. Good pick.
Another first-round receiver for the Browns. Sutton's efforts combined with Corey Coleman, Rashard Higgins, and their assortment of tight ends should help DeShone Kizer develop.
The Cowboys starting D-Line: Demarcus Lawrence, Christian Wilkins, Maliek Collins, Taco Charlton. Not the joke that the 'Boys have been trotting out these past few years, largely thanks to Wilkins.
Rest in peace Blake Bortles. Allen has all the physical tools a coach could ask for, so maybe with him under center the Jags could live up to their expectations.
The top 4 QBs are gone before the halfway point of the first round. But still, the Jets get a good one. Mason Rudolph is no joke, and should do a good job slinging the rock to...um...Quincy Enunwa? Yeah, him, I guess.
The Saints have a bad defense, so they take a fast, instinctive, tackle machine in Jewell. Jewell will be all over the field for the Saints.