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2019 NFL Mock Draft by uljets63 - 3.13
Published at 3/14/2019 8:41:44 PM

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Round 1

Picks 1-16
1. Cardinals: Kyler Murray, Quarterback, Oklahoma

I think this is pretty much a done deal. I think it's a mistake, but Klingsbury loves Murray and is not going to pass up this opportunity to coach the guy he has wanted since Murray was in High School. The winner here will be Josh Rosen, he will be getting out of the dumpster fire that is Arizona right now.


2. Jets: Nick Bosa, 3-4 Outside Linebacker, Ohio State

TRADE: I believe the Jets have their player in mind already, and Nick Bosa will be a great addition to this defense. Bosa will stand up on 1st down and in SUB-PACKAGES put his hand in the dirt and cause havoc in the backfield. They will trade up one spoto insure their guy doesn't get away.


3. 49ers: Quinnen Williams, 3-4 Defensive End, Alabama

49ers go with the best DT in this draft. Williams will hopefully give the '9ers the best 1-2 punch at DT in the NFL with pairing him with Pro Bowler Deforest Buckner. And, they give themselves insurance if Buckner outprices them in Free Agency in 2 years.


4. Raiders: Devin Bush, Inside Linebacker, Michigan

Bush might be going a little early here, but Jon Gruden doesn't care what anyone thinks. The Raiders need LBer help and if they wait until the 20's to take one they will be ridiculed for taking a round 2 guy in the 1st. So, take your guy now and be happy with it. Bush is a great player and will be a major upgrade on rthis porus unit.


5. Bengals: Dwayne Haskins, Quarterback, Ohio State

TRADE: NewOffensive minded Head Coach usually means reboot at QB, unless you have a future HoFer at the position, and Dalton is definetly not that. Cincy trades up and takes the strong armed behemoth QB Haskins here. Haskins has the strongest arm in this draft, and he will be given a year to work on his Football IQ. His arm will come in handy in those winter games in frigid Cincinnati.


6. Giants: Montez Sweat, Outside Linebacker, Mississippi State

The Giants are a complete joke right now, and it's a shame that Saquon Barkley is going to waste away in this mess. Gettleman has shown that he is unfit to run a NFL organization. That being said, he will probably fall in love with this Combine wonder and take him in the top 10. Sweat could be a good pro, but he will be asked to do too much being drafted here.


7. Jaguars: Devin White, Inside Linebacker, LSU

The Jags could be a sleeper team this year. I don't tink they were nearly as bad as their record indicated. I believe that Blake Bortles and Leonard Fournettes issues lead this team down the wrong path. Devin White will be the leading force on this defense. They have talent, but they are missing the key cog in the center of the defense to be a true force again.


8. Lions: Noah Fant, Tight End, Iowa

Detroit needs alot of help, and getting Stafford a security blanket at TE will be a good start to fixing their offense. Fant is an all around TE, and has risen up boards since the Combine.


9. Chargers: Drew Lock, Quarterback, Missouri

TRADE: The Chargers have to find the replacement for Rivers in this draft. They will go the Chiefs route and make a blockbuster trade into the top 10 to get thier guy of the future. Lock showed that he has the skill set to be a Franchise guy. I think he just needs the right coaching to tap into that skill set full time. Anthony Lynn is just that guy.


10. Colts: Josh Allen, Outside Linebacker, Kentucky

TRADE: The Colts are a contender for next years AFC Championship in my opinion, and Josh Allen will be a huge piece to that puzzle. Indy has needed a defensive presence since Dwight Freeney. Darius Leonard is a great player, but he needs help.


11. Buccaneers: Andre Dillard, Offensive Tackle, Washington State

Tampa needs to protect Jameis Winston, even though he is a bust, and likes to eat W's. Dillard will be a m,ajor upgrade over pedestrian Donovan Smith. Dillard is a sleeper right now, but he had a strong Combine and another strong showing at his Pro Day could vault him into the top 15.


12. Packers: T.J. Hockenson, Tight End, Iowa

Green Bay needs to keep Aaron Rodgers happy, and the talent he has around him on offense isn't the best right now. Hockenson will give him a play making TE to throw to over the middle and in th Red Zone.His Run Blocking needs work, but how often do teams ask TE's to block at the point of attack anymore, not many.


13. Dolphins: Jonah Williams, Offensive Tackle, Alabama

Miami needs to protect thier new QB, I believe it will be Teddy Bridgewater. Williams will be a pro bowl caliber pro quickly. I think he should be played at Gaurd from the start, but he will probably be given the Right Tackle job to start his career.


14. Raiders: Daniel Jones, Quarterback, Duke

TRADE: Jon Gruden jumps in front of his brother to get his new QB. I believe Gruden wants to start over at QB and who better than a David Cutcliff student to eventually take over the job. Jones will need to sit for a year, but I think Gruden will be OK with that. If Carr has a good year than they might be able to trade him for a 2nd rounder next year.


15. Titans: Rashan Gary, 3-4 Defensive End, Michigan

TRADE: Tennessee will make a splash in front of their home fans here. Trading up to get a playmaking DE that has fallen not because of character issues, but because teams picking more for need than Best Player Available. Gary is a top 10 talent, but he could fall because of these circumstances, but he will be going to a good team, so I dont think he will be to upset.


16. Panthers: DeAndre Baker, Cornerback, Georgia

Carolina gets a steal here. Baker will be a great Pro and will form a great duo with Donte Jackson. Baker might have trouble with speedy WR's, but Carolina plays a base Zone Coverage, so he can sit and kmake plays.


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