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2018 NFL Mock Draft by bc028 - 4.26
Published at 4/26/2018 3:51:01 PM
If I get all of these picks right, then the person reading this has to eat my ass.
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Since the Giants want to move forward with Eli (bad idea), they cannot miss out on Barkley.
Jets winning the AFC East every year for the next twenty years Sam Darnold is Jesus Christ except in a football jersey
Now that they have a QB, they must address their secondary. Or they may trade down, that would be a good idea.
The Broncos signed Case Keenum and want Paxton Lynch to develop further, so they get their replacement for Talib and potentially can keep their secondary relevant after trading for Su'a Cravens. The Broncos could also trade down here, as John Elway has publicly expressed interest in doing so.
When was the last time the Colts drafted a breakout player not named Andrew or T.Y.? Chubb could've been the #1 pick last season, so this pick HAS to work for them.
The Bucs could really use a safety, and Derwin James is a sleeper pick. I think he will be as good as Minkah Fitzpatrick.
Now that the Bears have given the green light to Trubisky, they need to draft a solid interior O-lineman to protect him.
The 49ers may be flourishing offensively, but they should try to address defense in the first round if they expect to compete with the Rams high powered offense.
The Raiders could use some defensive line help, and this guy is an animal.
The Dolphins could use some upgrades at linebacker, and this would be a great pair with McMillan.
Like the Browns, the Bills cannot go into the season with their current QB's on the roster, so they will draft someone to compete with McCarron. Rosen was once believed to be a top-5 pick, but I believe he will fall in this draft.
After losing 2 corners in the offseason, they can grab a replacement here.
This guy has been getting a lot of buzz lately, potentially the biggest steal of the first round for Green Bay.
Arizona better draft some protection for injury prone Sam Bradford, and also to give their run game a boost.
If Baltimore wants to make a playoff push in what seems to be a highly competitive AFC North division, they will need some young DL talent.