Simplicity is best!
Published at 2/12/2018 8:47:16 AM
I love the simple life. I am also about the simple draft. In the NFL you need a QB, pass rushers, and protecting the QB. After that you draft the best player available (BPA).
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The Browns need tons of playmakers on offense as they are terrible. Barkley is a stud RB that can run, catch and return. There will still be a young QB at #4 that they can take as well.
The Giants obviously need a young QB. Rosen should be able to sit for most of the 1st year until the Giants are out of the playoff hunt and then let him play for the last few games.
The Cardinals trade their #16 pick and 1st round pick in 2019 to the Colts so they an get the QB they need since Palmer retired. Darnold is a solid QB that can help this team win immediately. He doesn't have all the tools but he is a winner and the Cardinals aren't that far from being a playoff team.
The Heisman trophy winner is a stud QB that has the it factor. He is a gunslinger and playmaker. The Browns have to figure out the QB position.
The Bills trade the #21 pick and 2019 1st rounder to Denver to jump infront of the Jets to draft a QB. Allen is considered to be a top 10 QB with all the tools to be an NFL starter.
The Jets are left with Jackson but I personally feel that he could be the best QB in the draft with Michael Vick playmaking skills and a better arm.
Nelson is the BPA and a sire fire Pro Bowl player. They need OL help anyway.
Smith is an absolute stud that is a 3 down LB in the NFL. The Raiders need 3 LB's so they at least need to nail one down in the draft.
Chubb is the 2nd best pass rusher in the draft and fills a big need. Key is the best but he has too many off the field issues to draft this high.
The Bengals need a safety and James is arguably the BPA.
The Redkskins foolishy signed Smith to a long term deal. I understand trading for him but I figured they would do a 2 year deal and try to draft one of the many young QB's in this draft. But they have spent too much $ on Smith to have a QB sit on the bench for 3-4 years.
The Colts must improve their OL for crying out loud. Mike can start immediately at RT and improve things.
The Ravens need WR and get the best one available.