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2019 NFL Mock Draft WheelerDealerSteeler - 4.4
Published at 4/4/2019 1:03:01 PM

v1 - 2019 NFL Draft Mock Draft with detailed comments and trades. Feel free to give feedback.

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Round 1

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

The obvious pick. Cards hope a giant haul from teams such as the Raiders and Giants could ignite a trade, but if not, stick with their next franchise QB in Kliffs system.


2. 49ers: Quinnen Williams, 3-4 Defensive End, Alabama

Lynch will select this with reminders of Warren Sapp. Quinnen Williams is number 1 on most Big Boards an will form a nice trio (Ford, Buckner) of pass rushers for San Fran.


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

Bosa has the athletic ability to transform either to a 4-3 and 3-4 roles. D-Coordinator Gregg Williams average span of an NFL coach in any capacity is 2 YEARS. Mike Maccagnan has his own board which consists of BPA rather than need and Bosa was the unquestioned No1 pick a few months ago.


4. Raiders: Josh Allen, Outside Linebacker, Kentucky

Gruden would love to make a 'splash' pick but Mayock prefers Allen over the QB prospects. Carr has 1 year to prove himself with the latest additions of Antonio Brown and Tyrell Williams otherwise he is TOAST. Allen is a good system fit and fills a big need for the RAIDERRRSSSSS.


5. Broncos: Drew Lock, Quarterback, Missouri

Elway gets his man and upsets the desperate Giants. Whats wrong with having a stopgap (Flacco) capable of getting to the playoffs and a rookie QB behind him? If Flacco fails, Vance Joseph will be canned and the Drew Lock Era will start.


6. Giants: Dwayne Haskins, Quarterback, Ohio State

What choice does Dave Gentleman have? He probably hates selecting Haskins at this point but it is his own fault for not taking a Franchise QB (Darnold) last year and taking a Running Back (who grow on trees by the way). Giants management will push for a QB to sit and give Giants fans hope, otherwise expect Metlife stadium to start a chorus of BOO's before a whistle is blown on gameday.


7. Jaguars: Jawaan Taylor, Offensive Tackle, Florida

Is there a bright spot for the Jags offensive tackles? They need an instant starter for Nick Foles who is ready to challenge the Colts and Texans for the AFC south crown.


8. Lions: Devin White, Inside Linebacker, LSU

Detroit will be ecstatic and have an easy decision. The Lions will probably field calls throughout the Draft, but with White on the board, the pick will be decided in seconds.


9. Bills: Ed Oliver, Defensive Tackle, Houston

The proposed Antonio Brown deal would have swapped 1st Round selections with the Steelers. Reading between the lines, the Bills are not excited with the current prospects and may want to trade down with a needy team like the Falcons. But if that does not happen, they will need to replace Bills legend Kyle Williams. 2012- Bills drafted Marcell Dareus to pair with Williams, and last year, they signed star lotulelei to a 5 year 50 million deal. They value DTs and an offensive weapon at this point would be a reach.


10. Buccaneers: D.K. Metcalf, Wide Receiver, Ole Miss

Most Mocks have no reaches and what a better way to introduce one. GM Jason Licht is one of the Worst GMs in the league and it is a miracle he is still employed. He passed on Derwin James for Vea and selected a Kicker in the 2nd Round. Arians has praised WR Chris Godwin to man the Slot Reciever Role whilst Breshard Perriman is expected to be the number 2 WR. Licht will panic and select a good ATHLETE and major reach. An outstanding combine will only improve Metcalfs draft stock whilst help ease the pressure off Winston.


11. Bengals: Devin Bush, Inside Linebacker, Michigan

The Bengals love freak prospects and cant allow Bush to drop to Pittsburgh (similar to William Jackson pick years ago). Here they fill a need and get an instant starter. Bengals owner is notoriously cheap and will probably draft a QB in round 2 or trade up for D.Jones.


12. Packers: Cody Ford, Offensive Guard, Oklahoma

Time is running out for Aaron Rodgers. Injuries will take their toll eventually and the packers will not rebuild at this point. Ford could play guard /right tackle for the Packers.


13. Dolphins: Montez Sweat, Outside Linebacker, Mississippi State

Tank for Tua is in place and selecting a QB would make no sense next years QB prospects is enticing compared to this years draft class. Here they pick Sweat as he would be a good scheme fit and provide value at the same time.


14. Falcons: Christian Wilkins, 3-4 Defensive End, Clemson

Christian Wilkins could be the perfect NT for the Falcons to replace Dontari Poe and take some pressure off Grady Jarrett. They love Oliver but get a nice consolation prize in Wilkins.


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

Gruden is on the hot seat but Rosen is drawing interest from the Skins. Perhaps they trade for him and start him as Keenum is an abomination of a starting QB. All receivers need to run crossing routes in order for Keenum to be successful whereas Rosen at least throws deep (Kirk). Redskins have a need on the EDGE, and Gary has all the tools needed to be a stud in the NFL.


16. Panthers: Jonah Williams, Offensive Tackle, Alabama

Greg Little may slide (like Orlando Brown last year), and teams circling Jonah Williams on their board will want to trade up. For Carolina, this is an easy decision as TJ Watt nearly broke Cam Newtons shoulder and will not want a repeat of that again.


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