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2019 NFL Mock Draft 1.0: QB Kyler Murray To Cardinals A Done Deal?

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I usually tell people that NFL Mock Drafts are very hard to pay attention to until April 1st. You really have to see who is signed in free agency before seeing what they really need for the draft. Now that free agency is mostly complete, it is time to really start predicting who will be picked where. So, with that said, below is my 1st round mock with explanations for every pick. I also threw in my predicted picks for the four teams that do not have a 1st round pick.

Pick/Team Player Position School Comments
  1  AZ Kyler Murray QB Oklahoma The decision seems to be made here, whether it’s smart or not.
  2  SFF Nick Bosa Edge Ohio State Fills a big need for SF. Even though he may be more of the safe pick.
  3  NYJ Quennen Williams DL Oklahoma Could go with Allen, but Williams is arguably the best player in the draft.
  4  OAK Josh Allen Edge Kentucky Would be a huge get here for Gruden. His version of Mack.
  5  TBB Devin White LB LSU Ultra-Athletic LB going to a team switching to a 3-4.
  6  NYG Montez Sweat Edge Mississippi St NYG stay true to themselves and take the best available and get a big time pass rusher.
  7  JAX Jawaan Taylor OT Florida Everywhere you look, Taylor is linked to the Jags.
  8  DET Clelin Ferrell Edge Clemson Lions get a pass rusher to replace the hole left by Avril.
  9  BUF Ed Oliver DL Houston Top 5 player falls to the Bills due to team needs.
  10  DEN Drew Lock QB Missouri Lock has been associated with Den since the draft process began.
  11  CIN Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State Some have him as the top QB, but weird things happen in this draft.
  12  GBP T.J. Hockenson TE Iowa Jimmy Graham was god awful last year, this gives Rodgers a dependable weapon.
  13  MIA Brian Burns Edge Florida St Best things for a rebuilding team are QBs, OTs, and Edges, Dolphins get a good one here.
  14  ATL Rashan Gary DL Michigan Would fit well inside next to Grady or he can play on the outside.
  15  WAS DK Metcalf WR Ole Miss Combine stud falls to the Redskins, who desperately need a big WR.
  16  CAR Jonah Williams OT Alabama The Panthers biggest issue is OL, that’s not a secret.
  17  NYG Daniel Jones QB Duke Whispers are loud that the Giants like him more than any other QB.
  18  MIN Garrett Bradbury OL NC State OL could be the Vikings only weakness. This fills a huge need.
  19  TEN Christian Wilkens DL Clemson Titans covet Wilkens and I will not be surprised if they moved up to get him. Robinson isn’t shy with trades.
  20  PIT Devin Bush LB Michigan If Bush is still there at 20, there is no doubt the Steelers take him.
  21  SEA Greedy Williams CB LSU Seattle needs an athletic CB and get the most athletic DB in the draft.
  22  BAL Marquise Brown WR Oklahoma Ravens could use a RB, but I think they get a WR. Could be a different WR, but a deep threat.
  23  HOU Cody Ford IOL Oklahoma The Texans 1st 3 picks should be OL. By FAR their biggest need.
  24  OAK Byron Murphy CB Washington Raiders really like Murphy and I doubt he gets by them.
  25  PHI Andre Dilliard OT Washington St Jason Peters is slowing down and could be done at year’s end.
  26  IND Dexter Lawrence DL Clemson Colts need a big stud NT in the middle of the DL. If in shape, Lawrence is a monster.
  27  OAK Josh Jacobs RB Alabama Jacobs could be easily looked at as Marshawn Lynch 2.0.
  28  LAC Dalton Risner OT Kansas St Chargers need to keep their older QB, Philip Rivers, protected.
  29  KCC Julian Love CB Notre Dame Love fills the void left by Jason Peters, who was traded away last offseason.
  30  GBP Greg Little OT Mississippi The highest paid QB in the league needs to be kept clean. He has been hurt the last 2 years.
  31  LAR Mack Wilson LB Alabama They have the offense, now the Rams address their defense.
  32  NEP Jerry Tilery DL Notre Dame Most will mock a TE, but filling the role up the middle is even more important for the Pats.

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