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2020 NFL Mock Draft by dahuffma - 12.4
Published at 12/5/2019 4:43:44 PM
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This is too obvious at this point. Ryan Finley didn't last long and Andy Dalton is still likely to be gone.
There is no way the Giants could pass on Chase Young. They need a pass rusher and Young is the best player in this draft.
Okudah is a lock down corner who can take over for Norman. This might be high for a corner, but we've seen them go off the board earlier and earlier recently and Okudah is special enough to warrant it.
Herbert has been too erratic to go this high recently, so the Dolphins do the sensible thing and take the best offensive lineman with Young and Okudah gone.
The Falcons need a true pass rusher, but Brown next to Grady Jarrett will make it easier on whoever is rushing from the outside.
Assuming Matt Patricia gets another year he will need to upgrade the pieces on his defense. Simmons is versatile and should have no problem finding a spot to start on this Lions defense.
It would be a steal to get Jeudy at 7th overall. He would give the Cardinals a replacement for Fitzgerald and would allow Christian Kirk to keep his role as a high end #2 WR.
I'm not sure where he will play in the NFL (likely at RT as at Iowa or kick inside to G), but Wirfs is able to win with technique and physicality which instead of athleticism which should suit Jacksonville well.
Besides Jeudy, Lamb might be the only guy capable of becoming a true #1 WR. He won't blow you away, but he does everything really well and would allow Robby Anderson to serve as primarily a deep threat while Crowder works underneath.
Rivers may get benched so its unlikely he's back with the Chargers, which would be a disappointing way for him to go out. Even if he does come back, the Chargers need a replacement. This would also be a good low-pressure situation for Herbert as the limelight won't be there despite playing in LA.
This is all about value. Kinlaw is a force and Fangio knows having a good interior push is just as important as the guys coming off the edge.
Higgins is a bit like his predecessor at Clemson, Mike Williams, in my opinion. He's big with speed and that provides a deep threat and red zone threat. He can replace Alshon who looks slow and give the Eagles a real WR weapon to help Wentz.
I expect Winston to be back on a short-term deal with incentives thats easy to get out of for the Bucs. If so, this would be perfect for Tua and the Bucs. Tua falls thanks to his injury and he won't be forced to play immediately. Once healthy, Tua's downfield accuracy should be a good fit in Arians scheme and he won't throw picks like Winston.
The Panthers run defense is terrible and they are relying on older vets on short-term deals on the defensive line outside of Kawaan Short, who is hurt. Its time to get younger and better on the defensive line no matter the new coach.
Jedrick Wills - OT - Alabama
The Browns need all sorts of offensive line help if they are going to turn it around. Wills might be able to play LT, but should at least settle in at RT. He's been a fast riser this year.
Ruggs would give the Raiders a guy who can catch short passes and pile up YAC or take the top off. He also adds value as a punt/kick returner, a spot where the Raiders are unsettled.