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REALISTIC MOCK WITH TRADES
Published at 4/21/2019 8:54:28 PM
My prediction for 2019 NFL draft based on my board!
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I believe the Murray rumors are dead. Williams is the best fit and worthy of the selection.
The best edge player in a loaded class. 49ers pop champagne in the draft room.
*MOCK TRADE WITH JETS
The Bengals give up #11, #42, and a 2020 1st and 4th rounder to get their new QB. New HC Zac Taylor will love Murray's skill set.
The Raiders would probably take Kyler if he were here. Allen fills the bigger need at edge rusher.
*MOCK TRADE WITH BUCS
The Redskins take no chances with the Giants picking at #6. They give up #15, #46, and next year's second rounder to move up for the best pocket passer in the draft.
The shock of the first round. Jones is rumored to be the highest rated QB on the Giants board. They take no chances and get their guy.
The Jags need a mauler. Taylor is a Florida product who fits the bill.
*MOCK TRADE WITH LIONS
The Falcons jump the competition for Oliver, who will slide in next to Grady Jarrett and form an elite interior pass rush. The Falcons give up picks #14, #45, and #117.
The Bills get Josh Allen a security blanket and a great blocker, too.
The Broncos might lean towards Drew Lock, but the idea of Devin White in the middle of a defense featuring Chubb and Miller on the edge is too good.
*MOCK TRADE WITH BENGALS
The Jets move down as advertised, and grab an edge rusher at #11. Sweat's elite speed and size is rare, but a heart condition causes his fall.
The Packers continue to address their porous defense. Gary has elite speed and upside with an ability to mismatch on the edge and inside.
The rebuilding Dolphins take a steady, stable offensive lineman in Williams.
*MOCK TRADE WITH FALCONS
The Lions acquire more picks and get better value here. Murphy will start day 1 opposite Darius Slay.
*MOCK TRADE WITH REDSKINS
The Bucs get a big haul to move back 10 spots. They still come away with a speedy, hammer linebacker to replace Kwon Alexander.
Protecting Cam Newton is priority number 1.