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2017 NFL Mock Draft by serghi12 - 9.23
Published at 9/23/2016 8:59:50 PM

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Round 1

Picks 1-16
1. Browns: Deshaun Watson, Quarterback, Clemson

The Brown desperately need some help in the QB position, and Watson is the best QB available, has decent arm, good legs, good size, not the best fit for Cleveland but you can't go wrong with Watson.


2. 49ers: DeShone Kizer, Quarterback, Notre Dame

If you're second in this draft and need a mobile QB you can have a pick, if the first pick is Watson, Kizer would go here, or backwards, but i believe the Browns would go with the best QB in the draft so, Kizer would end up here


3. Dolphins: Myles Garrett, 3-4 Outside Linebacker, Texas A&M

Ryan Tannehill is fool's gold, but after signing that contract extension, Miami won't get rid of him, offense is settled with Landry, Parker and Stills, there are some talent there, defense they have Suh and Wake, so the next important line to defend is the middle line and they don't have any good LB so Garret would fit great there.


4. Bears: Cam Robinson, Offensive Tackle, Alabama

he Bears really need a QB upgrade, everybody knows it, except them, that 8 years relationship with Cutler isn't working anymore, but they won't get rid of him so, they would try to protect him, with some Tide talent.


5. Jaguars: JuJu Smith-Schuster, Wide Receiver, USC

The Jags struggle winning games, they need to add some weapon to Bortles offense, and with a star caliber JuJu is a nice addition to his offense


6. Ravens: Jalen Tabor, Cornerback, Florida

They could go WR also here but, and defensive mind coach like Harbaugh would prefer to upgrade the secondary, because, defense won championships right?


7. Titans: Caleb Brantley, Nose Tackle, Florida

Mariota needs some weapons, and after the bust of Green-Beckham they need to give hive him another weapon besides Walker, and JuJu is most well rounded WR in the draft and seems a good fit for Mariota.


8. Bills: Roderick Johnson, Offensive Tackle, Florida State

Although Tyrod Taylor isn't a franchise QB, Rex would go all the way with him, and if he does, he need to protect him, and open holes to Shady McCoy to keep running well.


9. Redskins: Leonard Fournette, Running Back, LSU

After Alfred Morris leave, the running game of Washington feel apart, and Kirk Cousins ins't a star QB, so they need someone to boost that running game and shares snaps with Cousins


10. Chargers: Desmond King, Cornerback, Iowa

The offense of San Diego is pretty decent, but they need a defense improvement so they can maintain the advantage the offense give them


11. Colts: Prospect not selected

Andrew Luck is the franchise of the Colts, and they won't go Manning/Luck again so, they need to be able to protect Luck so he can get those passes to Moncrief, Hilton and Dorsett.


12. Saints: Tre'Davious White, Cornerback, LSU

The defense of the Saints is a disaster, mostly the secondary, so a good CB is really a must here.


13. Buccaneers: Derek Barnett, 3-4 Outside Linebacker, Tennessee

This team has some good offense in WInston, Evans and Martin; those guys can play, but they can't win in the defense don't step up.


14. Panthers: Malik McDowell, 3-4 Defensive End, Michigan State

The say as the Bucs here, Ryan, Jones and Freeman/Coleman, runs that offense but they need a 3 and out stoping defense to improve in the game


15. Titans: Jamal Adams, Safety, LSU

Some secondary help, the Titans should thanks the Rams for this


16. Lions: Cordrea Tankersley, Cornerback, Clemson

This is the same as the Ravens they could go WR here cause of the lost of Calvin Johnson, Stafford prime receiver now is Golden Tate III, but also the secondary is a mess so they should draft some help here


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