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2020 NFL Mock Draft by Brett Rogers - January Edition
Published at 1/27/2020 4:53:45 PM

This mock draft is all opinionated by me. I threw in pro comparisons and notable second-round picks. There are only two trades. Maybe some grammar or spell issues idk. Feel free to comment if you agree or have other thoughts. Subscribe as well and follow my Instagram @fantasyfaze.

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Round 1

Picks 1-16
1. Bengals: Joe Burrow, Quarterback, LSU

Has all the assets needed to be a franchise quarterback. Giving him Joe Mixon to hand the ball off too will give him some comfort. He has sneaky mobility to get outside the pocket. He is a no brainer to be the number 1 selection.

Pro Comparision: Matthew Stafford
Notable 2nd Round Pick: Bryce Hall

2. Redskins: Chase Young, Defensive End, Ohio State

The most physically skilled player in the draft, he will be a monster for Washington. He and Montez Sweat can be a deadly duo for years to come. The Redskins don't necessarily need this position but it's a "pick the best available" spot for them.

Pro Comparision: Julius Peppers
Notable 2nd Round Pick: Trey Adams

3. Lions: Derrick Brown, Defensive Tackle, Auburn

With a decent secondary to Lions could use help on the line. Dameion Harris should retire soon and they need a young presence in there. Brown has it all, size, strength, ability to stop the run along with taking down the quarterback.

Pro Comparison: Aaron Donald
Notable 2nd Round Pick: Patrick Queen

4. Giants: Jerry Jeudy, Wide Receiver, Alabama

I personally have Ceedee Lamb as the number one WR but most NFL teams can't pass up on Jeudy. He is the perfect prototype number 1 receiver at 6'1 192.

Pro Comparison: Amari Cooper
Notable 2nd Round Pick: Austin Jackson

5. Dolphins: Tua Tagovailoa, Quarterback, Alabama

The Dolphins finally get a franchise quarterback in Tua. Even with an injury, I doubt teams with this need will pass upon him. Devante Parker can finally be the number 1 receiver he was meant to be. Brian Flores is an outstanding coach and if he can win with Fitzpatrick I'm sure it will be easier with Tua.

Pro Comparision: Russell Wilson
Notable 2nd Round Pick: K'Lavon Chaisson

6. Chargers: Justin Herbert, Quarterback, Oregon

This would be a dream pick for the Chargers. Phillip Rivers obviously isn't what he used to be and they won't bring him back. This team has too much talent to not be in the playoffs. Herbert has the perfect size for a QB and has arm strength, accuracy, and mobility.

Pro Comparision: Cam Newton
Notable 2nd Round Pick: Neville Gallimore

7. Panthers: Isaiah Simmons, Outside Linebacker, Clemson

The most versatile player in the draft. he can play LB or S and with the retirement of Luke Kueckly, the Panthers have the perfect situation with picking Simmons.

Pro Comparision: Kam Chancellor
Notable 2nd Round Pick: Denzel Mims

8. Cardinals: Andrew Thomas, Offensive Tackle, Georgia

Kyler Murray is running for his life out there every play. The Cardinals could use a receiver but tackle is the more important need. Murray had a terrific rookie year so imagine what he could do when he actually has time in the pocket.

Pro Comparision: Ronnie Stanley
Notable 2nd Round Pick: Patrick Queen

9. Jaguars: CeeDee Lamb, Wide Receiver, Oklahoma

IMO he is the best receiver in the draft. He has everything you want in a receiver including size, length, speed, and has an unbelievable balance which is an underrated skill of good WR. Chark, Westbrook, and Lamb would be scary for defenses and Garder Minshew looks like a decent QB. I expect a couple of pro bowls from Lamb.

Pro Comparision: Davante Adams
Notable 2nd Round Pick: Trey Adams

10. Browns: Jedrick Wills, Offensive Tackle, Alabama

Mayfield had a bit of a sophomore slump. The only real thing the Browns can do is upgrade the o-line. This team can still be a scary team with a new head coach and some team chemistry. Wills is the best pass blocker in the draft which should help Mayfield.

Pro Comparision: Jason Peters
Notable 2nd Round Pick: Raekwon Davis

11. Jets: Tristan Wirfs, Offensive Tackle, Iowa

Sam Darnold was seeing ghosts all last season with that awful O-line. Week 7 Monday night vs the Patriots was unfair for him. He needs help ASAP because he has the tools to be a star quarterback but they need to set him up. Wirfs has a good frame and amazing footwork.

PC: David Bakhatari
Notable 2nd Round Pick: Donovan Peoples-Jones

12. Raiders: Tee Higgins, Wide Receiver, Clemson

At 6'4 Tee Higgins is a big receiver with an impressive catch radius. The Raiders dont have many options when it comes to pass catchers. Darren Waller has proved himself but that is about it. Higgins can be a day 1 starter in Las Vegas.

PC: Mike Evans
Notable 2nd Round Pick: Jalen Hurts

13. Colts: D'Andre Swift, Running Back, Georgia

Swift is an excellent pass catcher and terrific runner. Marlon Mack is not a long term answer at running back. Swift can be a 3rd down back when needed and will fit well with the colts offense.

PC: Aaron Jones
Notable 2nd Round Pick: Jordan Love

14. Buccaneers: Jeff Okudah, Cornerback, Ohio State

I highly doubt Okudah falls this far and if he does someone will trade up for him. This would be a dream pick for Tampa Bay and improve a lackluster secondary. Okudah is the best cornerback this year by far and has the balls skills to be a great NFL player.

PC: AJ Bouye
Notable 2nd Round Pick: Cam Akers

15. Packers: Henry Ruggs, Wide Receiver, Alabama

(Trade Via Denver) The Packers are in a vital need of a number 2 receiver. Someone who can stretch the field and take some leverage off of Adams. Kumerow, Allison, Valdes-Scantling are not reliable options for the future. Ruggs came off a great season at Bama and Green Bay can't afford someone like him to slip

PC: Desean Jackson
Notable 2nd Round Pick: Cole Kmet

16. Falcons: A.J. Epenesa, Defensive End, Iowa

Falcons pass rush could use some help. If they don't resign Vic Beasley who has been a let down for them, they could go with Epenesa who has a very impressive power move to get to the QB.

PC: Preston Smith
Notable 2nd Round Pick: Jeff Gladney

Picks 1-16


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