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2019 NFL Mock Draft by Brett Rogers - 1.5 (Post National Championship)
Published at 1/7/2019 1:48:15 PM

My 2019 NFL Mock Draft takes a standard 1 round approach. Please comment!!! I'd love to hear your feedback and what you feel. May be grammer error and spelling error

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Round 1

1. Cardinals: Nick Bosa, Defensive End, Ohio State

Arizona takes the best player available in the draft. Nick Bosa will be an elite pass rusher in the league and a compliment to Chandler Jones. I also dont think the Cardinals should or will take Kyler Murray because he is a big question mark in the NFL and is not a good scheme fit.


2. 49ers: Josh Allen, 3-4 Outside Linebacker, Kentucky

The 49ers pick Josh Allen. The most well rounded defensive player in the draft and should make a very good defense great.


3. Jets: Greedy Williams, Cornerback, LSU

The Jets select Greedy Williams, a nice speedy corner out of LSU who should be a great compliment to LSU alum Jamaal Adams.


4. Jaguars: Dwayne Haskins, Quarterback, Ohio State

The Jags trade up to select their future quarterback in Dwayne Haskins. There are not a lot of QB's that compare to Haskins in this class. If the Jags didn't trade up then New York would have selected him.


5. Buccaneers: Kyler Murray, Quarterback, Oklahoma

Now that Murray has declared for the NFL it should be interesting where he will land. I choose Tampa Bay because they are a team who will need a QB either this year or next becase Winstion is not the answer. The Bucs could use a good playmaker like Murray. Prev- Quennin Williams DT


6. Giants: Prospect not selected

The Giants would have liked Haskins but the Jags snagged him early. Dan Jones seems to be the most NFL ready Qb in the draft and maybe he will throw it deep to Odell unlike Manning


7. Raiders: Prospect not selected

With three first round picks its hard to screw up in this draft. Williams has proven he is ready for the NFL at Alabama and should be a future pro bowler in the future. Prev- Ed Oliver DT


8. Lions: Christian Wilkins, Defensive Tackle, Clemson

The Lions may loose Ziggy Ensah in free agency so this is the perfect year to draft his replacement. Wilkins played very well in the National Championship and the failed drug test from DExter Lawrence may scare teams. Previous- Dexter LAwrence


9. Bills: Jonah Williams, Offensive Tackle, Alabama

If Josh Allen is going to be running the ball a lot he may take a few hits. no need to add sacks to that list as well. Williams is the best lineman in the draft and will help the young QB from the get go.


10. Broncos: Will Grier, Quarterback, West Virginia

Grier has put up amazing number at West Virginia and i have him as my 3rd best QB. He should fit perfectly as a rocket arm quarterback in Denver.


11. Bengals: Devin White, Inside Linebacker, LSU

The Bengals haven't had a good defense in the past 5 years or so. Hopefully getting Devin White will spark something up on that side of the ball.


12. Packers: Rashan Gary, Defensive End, Michigan

Finally the packers wont be snubbed of an excellent defensive player. Gary who is a unit on the d-line could be DROY candidate in Green-bay.


13. Dolphins: Brian Burns, Defensive End, Florida State

Cameron Wake should retire soon and if the Dolphine are smart they will wait next year for Herbert, Fromm, or Tavogilioa for a QB. They can play the Tanehill game for one more year.


14. Falcons: Jawaan Taylor, Offensive Tackle, Florida

Matt Ryan is an MVP QB so you need to protect him. You can argue d-line here but I just feel like it would be smarter to grab a tackle.


15. Redskins: Drew Lock, Quarterback, Missouri

Alex Smith's career is in jerpody right now and it would best to snag a great QB in Drew Lock. Lock can do it all basically and help out a weak passing game.


16. Panthers: Prospect not selected

Im a Panthers fan and id love to see us grab Ferrell. Peppers is about 1000 years old and it would a smart move to draft they leader of clemsons insane d-line.





 








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