2018 NFL Mock Draft by Rothtw27 - 3.27
Published at 3/27/2018 9:16:48 PM
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Darnold is the choice here, giving Cleveland their potential franchise QB for the next fifteen years.
After failing to trade up and net Darnold, the Giants turn to Josh Rosen, who will be the heir apparent to Eli Manning in New York.
Not to be outdone, the Jets, who traded up into the position to grab their guy, net the strong armed, mobile QB who will be leading them in the AFC East.
Tampa Bay trades up from Seventh overall, giving Cleveland their first, second, and fourth round picks this year in addition to next year's first. Tampa grabs their running back of the future to pair with Jameis Winston.
After losing Aqib Talib to the Rams, Denver nets their new stud CB. Ward will start for years next to fellow former Buckeye Bradley Roby.
The Colts grab Derwin James, who will be an absolute weapon for them in their deplorable defensive backfield.
Trading down and still getting their guy is something Browns fans will be applauding Dorsey for for years to come. Pairing Chubb with stud DE Myles Garrett and Manny Ogbah gives Cleveland a deadly defensive front.
Quenton Nelson is possibly a generational lineman talent, and Chicago needs something to keep Trubisky upright. Grabbing this stud makes Chicago a great destination for future running backs and fellow linemen.
San Fran stays pat and gets someone who can play safety or corner, and gives them a viable threat for big play interceptions.
Oakland gets a tough linebacker in the advent of the Jon Gruden era in Oakland. Pairing him with Khalil Mack is going to make a deadly combination for the team.
Miami stays pat and gets their wet dream, Baker Mayfield, to replace Ryan Tannehill.
Buffalo gambles and possibly wins on this pick, getting Lamar Jackson, possibly the most electric player in the draft.
Washington gets a tough guy up front to help rebuild the defense.
Green Bay gets one of the best linebackers in the draft, and begins to line up a Clay Matthews replacement.
Larry Fitzgerald's future is fading, and Sam Bradford will need a new number one in the future. Queue up Ridley, the best receiver in the draft.
The Eagles trade up with the Ravens, getting their running back to pair with Jay Ajiyaji. They mortgage a bit of the future to grab Guice, but with them in win-now mode, no price was too high to grab the second best running back in the draft.