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2019 NFL Mock Draft


We are now less than two weeks away from the 2019 NFL Draft.

Rumors are swirling, debates are happening and there are still tons of question marks at the top of the draft.

It looks like the Arizona Cardinals are all in on quarterback Kyler Murray, but will they trade Josh Rosen?

Will the New York Football Giants trade up to guarantee they draft Dwayne Haskins?

What team (Dolphins, Broncos, Bengals, Redskins) will sell their future to steal Haskins away from New York?

How soon will the first wide receiver come off the board, to what team and which one will it be?

Will any team draft a running back in the first round?

All of those questions will be answered in Nashville, Tennessee on April 25th.

For now, let’s take a look at what we think will happen!

2019 NFL Mock Draft

3. New York Jets, Josh Allen, Edge, Kentucky

Three years ago, the Jets had a defensive line comprising of Sheldon Richardson, Muhammad Wilkerson and Leonard Williams. This line would be considered one of the best in their division today. Since last year, only Leonard Williams remains on the interior. The need for a versatile 3-4 edge rusher stands out in an otherwise sturdy defense. Josh Allen exactly fits what the Jets may be looking for. – @selyan_fantasy

Click here to read the Perfect Fits for the AFC East

9. Buffalo Bills, Ed Oliver, DT, Houston

Last offseason, the Buffalo Bills were impacted by the retirement of Kyle Williams, a six-time pro-bowler defensive tackle. It’s time the Bills find their replacement, and Ed Oliver could very well be an option with the ninth pick. He’s often compared to Aaron Donald due to his shorter stature, an unfair comparison he’ll struggle to match.

Oliver does offer elite athleticism, an explosive get-off and dangerous pass rushing ability from the interior (and mostly from the nose). Whether he’ll be able to play against the run at the next level is another question. He often finds himself anchored down against more physical matchups. He’s an intriguing option for a team that needs to bring pressure in a division of talented quarterbacks.

13. Miami Dolphins, Jonah Williams, OL, Alabama

The Dolphins’ offensive line play in 2018 was atrocious. Drafting a young quarterback in these conditions won’t benefit anybody, and we’ve seen that last season with the Cardinals and Rosen. With Fitzpatrick as the interim quarterback, the Dolphins can afford to go with a first-round lineman and maybe take a shot at a mid-round quarterback.

Jonah Williams offers a lot of versatility in the trenches. The 4-year starter has played every position in the Tide’s offensive line (and may profile best as a guard in the NFL). He’s a force to be reckoned with both in the passing and running game and would become the Dolphins’ next franchise quarterback’s best friend.

19. Tennessee Titans, Montez Sweat, Edge, Mississippi State

How many consecutive drafts have we said that the Titans need a pass rush? And it seems the talent off the edge gets better year after year. If Montez Sweat were to be on the board at 19, he’d be a scary asset in the Titans’ five-man front. He’s explosive out of his stance and achieves most of his success overpowering his matchups. A good coaching staff can take his athleticism and college production to turn him into a great asset. Sweat’s ceiling is off the charts, remains to see how he develops.

21. Seattle Seahawks, Taylor Rapp, S, Washington

The Seahawks lost Earl Thomas in free agency, leaving a hole that’ll be tough to fill at free safety. Earl Thomas’ impact stopping the run cannot be overstated. Taylor Rapp is a high-motor, hard-hitting safety, with a nose for finding the football. He has excellent run-recognition skills to see through traffic. Rapp’s a bit limited in pass coverage, but his play against the run is splendid and fits who the Seahawks would want to replace Thomas. Plus, he’s right in their backyard!

30. Green Bay Packers, T.J. Hockenson, TE, Iowa

Aaron Rodgers doesn’t use his tight end much in the passing game, but Hockenson is no ordinary tight end. Not only is he a reliable pass catcher, but he makes his best plays in the running game. He absolutely swallows defenders to open up the edge, and essentially served as a sixth offensive lineman for the Hawkeyes over his career. If he somehow falls to the 30th pick, he’d be a wonderful pick for what the Packers aim to do on offense.

1Arizona CardinalsKyler MurrayQBOklahoma
2San Francisco 49ersNick BosaEdgeOhio State
3New York JetsJosh AllenEdgeKentucky
4Oakland RaidersQuinnen WilliamsDLAlabama
5Tampa Bay BuccaneersDevin WhiteLBLSU
6New York GiantsDwayne HaskinsQBOhio State
7Jacksonville JaguarsJawaan TaylorOLFlorida
8Detroit LionsRashan GaryDLMichigan
9Buffalo BillsEd OliverDLHouston
10Denver BroncosDrew LockQBMissouri
11Cincinnati BengalsDevin BushLBMichigan
12Green Bay PackersChristian WilkinsDLClemson
13Miami DolphinsJonah WilliamsOLAlabama
14Atlanta FalconsBrian BurnsEdgeFlorida State
15Washington RedskinsClelin FerrellEdgeClemson
16Carolina PanthersCody FordOLOklahoma
17New York GiantsD.K. MetcalfWRMississippi
18Minnesota VikingsAndre DillardOLWashington State
19Tennessee TitansMontez SweatEdgeMississippi State
20Pittsburgh SteelersGreedy WilliamsCBLSU
21Seattle SeahawksTaylor RappSWashington
22Baltimore RavensGarrett BradburyOLNC State
23Houston TexansDalton RisnerOLKansas State
24Oakland RaidersByron MurphyCBWashington
25Philadelphia EaglesDeandre BakerCBGeorgia
26Indianapolis ColtsJerry TilleryDLNotre Dame
27Oakland RaidersJosh JacobsRBAlabama
28Los Angeles ChargersDexter LawrenceDLClemson
29Kansas City ChiefsNasir AdderleySDelaware
30Green Bay PackersT.J. HockensonTEIowa
31Los Angeles RamsJeffery SimmonsDLMississippi State
32New England PatriotsNoah FantTEIowa

Wide receivers N’Keal Harry, Andy Isabella, A.J. Brown, Hakeem Butler, Marquise Brown and Deebo Samuel will lead an offensive heavy Round 2 of the 2019 NFL Draft.

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