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2019 NFL Mock Draft by robbertjandrost - After Week 1 CFB
Published at 9/7/2018 5:54:07 AM

Worked with default order. Mock Draft after the first week of College Football and before NFL week 1 of Regular season.

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Round 1

Picks 1-16
1. Buccaneers: Nick Bosa, Defensive End, Ohio State

I believe they are gonna keep Winston around. Bosa is arguably the best player available here. The Bucs have been trying to beef up their D-Line this off season. But they can't pass on a franchise player like Bosa.

2. Bills: Ed Oliver, Defensive Tackle, Houston

Oliver already declared for the 2019 Draft and is a player in the mold of Aaron Donald. In the scenario it is kind of great for the Bills. Great because they can use some help at defensive tackle and Oliver is a great player. Not that great, because if they are picking at 2 that means they suck again.

3. Dolphins: Justin Herbert, Quarterback, Oregon

The Dolphins have a very mediocre roster and I wouldn't be surprised if they start all over again after this season. Tannehill out and Herbert in. Herbert has the skill set of an NFL QB and has been very solid at Oregon so far.

4. Browns: Jonah Williams, Offensive Tackle, Alabama

The Browns need to replace future HoF Joe Thomas at some point. This also means they can slide Bitonio back to his best position: Left Guard. Jonah Williams is a three-year starter at both tackle positions. He has been very impressive and looks like an NFL ready tackle.

5. Jets: Rashan Gary, Defensive Tackle, Michigan

The Jets used to have a great defensive line, but times have changed at the departures of Wilkerson and Richardson. Williams could use a partner in crime and Gary would be a great one. He posses great strength, bulk and is very athletic.

6. Cardinals: Greedy Williams, Cornerback, LSU

The Cardinals could use some help at corner. Might as well draft another cornerback from DBU to learn under the wings of former DBU corner Patrick Peterson. Williams is a tall corner who had a breakout season in 2017.

7. Cowboys: A.J. Brown, Wide Receiver, Ole Miss

Dak Prescott needs a new weapon. Dez has been cut and Witten retired. AJ Brown could be exactly what he is looking for. He as great size and is great at YAC. He could be that WR1 for the Cowboys for years.

8. Bengals: Trey Adams, Offensive Tackle, Washington

I strongly believe if healthy Trey Adams will be the best tackle in this class. But injury concerns could lead him to drop out of the first round entirely, but for now he would provide the Bengals with great value. The Bengals have a solid roster. They have added more O-Line throughout FA and the Draft in center Billy Price and Tackle Cordy Glenn. But Glenn has had some trouble staying healthy and a backup/bookend would be great. Gotta protect your mediocre QB Andy Dalton.

9. Ravens: Clelin Ferrell, Defensive End, Clemson

The first one out of the four Clemson D-Lineman of the board here is Ferrell. He provides excellent value here for the Ravens who can use some edge rush talent.

10. Jaguars: Jarrett Stidham, Quarterback, Auburn

Blake Bortles sucks. They need some that can actually help them offensively instead of limiting them. Stidham can be that guy after a solid first season at Auburn. Against Washington he played a decent game and might even be the first QB of the board if he continues to impress.

11. Colts: Raekwon Davis, Defensive Tackle, Alabama

The Colts could use some help on the defensive side of the ball. Add the next great thing from Tuscaloosa and you have yourself a perfect match. Davis is a huge human being and has impressed for the Tide.

12. Seahawks: Greg Little, Offensive Tackle, Ole Miss

Russell Wilson can't keep running forever. They need to give him some insurance. Little is a very athletic tackle and has been very decent at Ole Miss for two seasons now. Imagine what Wilson can do with decent protection, that's scary.

13. Giants: Devin White, Inside Linebacker, LSU

The Giants have ignored their LB corps for years now. Gettleman could change that and select White. He has been on par with 2018 first rounders Edmunds and Smith. White is an elite athlete and explosive which makes him a sideline to sideline linebacker.

14. Titans: Christian Wilkins, Defensive Tackle, Clemson

The Titans have been busy beefing up their defense by drafting Rashaan Evans and Harold Landry. Christian Wilkins will be a great fit for this Titans defense. He is a great interior pass rusher.

15. Broncos: DeAndre Baker, Cornerback, Georgia

The Broncos can use a new addition to their new No Fly Zone. Harris is still very good, but Roby has been mediocre. They also do not have much depth behind those two.

16. Lions: Dexter Lawrence, Defensive Tackle, Clemson

I feel like Dexter Lawrence is either gonna be a top 5 pick or end of the first round. It all depends on his season. But I feel like the Lions wouldn't be mad grabbing him here at 16. Lawrence is a massive human being. He is raw but has a lot of untapped potential. Some scouts say he could end up being the next Suh. Happens to be that the Lions need a player like Suh since he left.

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