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  • Zerovoltz 1st and Last 2019 Mock Draft

    I don't much like doing these...by their nature, most of what myself or anyone picks is going to turn out wrong and I don't like being wrong. Here it is. Probably only slightly less awful than most others. ....wich would mean this will turn out relatively good.

    Mock Draft

    Mock Draft
    1. Arizona Cardinals Kyler Murray QB
    Arizona gets the one QB in this draft class that projects out to a possible generational talent

    2. San Francisco 49ers Quinnen Williams DL
    The 49ers go best player available here and get Williams to bolster the interior D line.

    3. New York Jets Ed Oliver DL
    The first big surprise of the draft, the Jets don’t take an edge rusher and instead opt for Oliver, a favorite of new D coordinator Gregg Williams

    4. Oakland Raiders Josh Allen Edge
    The Raiders were dead last in sacks with 13. There is nowhere to go but up and this pick should help

    5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Montez Sweat Edge
    The Buccs will strongly consider Devin White here, but ultimately can not pass up Sweat, whose heart condition makes him a gamble, but who is otherwise a bonifide grade A prospect.

    6. New York Giatns Rashan Gary Edge
    No! They aren’t taking a QB here! This QB class is garbage after Murray, and Dave Gettleman wants to prove all his critics wrong about his team building philosophy. Gettleman gets his defense a pass rusher here that is in line with his style

    7. Jacksonville Jaguars Jawaan Taylor OT
    The Jags, on top of being a fairly conservative team on draft day, with an old school team president and philosophy, also have a tendancy to draft local products. Taylor fits that, plus he fills a huge need.

    8. Detroit Lions Nick Bosa Edge
    The Lions are ecstatic that a prospect as well regarded as Bosa falls all the way to 8 for them! In typical Lions fashion, Bosa goes on to be a bust.

    9. Buffalo Bills T.J. Hockenson TE
    The first skill position player off the board isn’t a WR or RB…but a TE. The success or failure of the Bills rides on QB Josh Allen…and the Bills don’t have anything close to resembling a threat at TE. Hockenson gives them a day 1 starter and major target for Allen

    10. Denver Broncos Devin White LB
    The Broncos ARE NOT TAKING A QB! (at least not high in this draft) They hired an old D minded coach, and traded for the QB the coach asked for. Elway and Fangio have both made clear that Flacco IS the plan, not a bridge. Broncos get the ILB that Fangio craves to make his D run at peak levels.

    11. Cincinnatti Bengals Dwayne Haskins QB
    The third surprise of the draft after Oliver goes early and Bosa falls…is Haskins going here to the Bengals. New Offensive minded HC. Dalton wasn’t extended and can be cut anytime with no dead money. The Bengals also need a spark for the fans and what better way to do that than draft a Buckeye QB?

    12. Green Bay Packers Jonah Williams OT
    The Packers will be looking to trade out of this spot, but won’t find any takers. (that’s right…Drew Lock is STILL on the board and no one is coming up here for him) The Packers generally like to take lineman early as opposed to skill position players and Williams is the pick here.

    13. Miami Dolphins Brian Burns Edge
    Many will be surprised that the seemingly QB needy Dolphins don’t go QB here….DREW LOCK is on the board!!! They are content to blow up their roster this year and eat cap space while rebuilding. They aren’t drafting a marginal QB prospect to sit when they need players. They go with local product Burns and will push the QB decision down the road when better prospects come along.

    14. Atlanta Falcons Christian Wilkins IDL
    The Falcons will be staring at the phone hoping it will ring with someone on the other end wanting to move up ahead of the Redskins for a QB. No one does. The Falcons take Wilkins as BPA on their board.

    15. Washington Redskins Marquise Brown WR
    Wait…what? NO QB HERE!!!! That’s right…the Redskins front office and coaching staff are on the hot seat to win now. They aren’t going to be afforded the luxury of taking a marginal QB prospect who will sit. They instead get an electric playmaker to help right away.
    16. Carolina Panthers Cody Ford OT
    The Panthers could do any number of things here, and with no trade partner, they opt to beef up the O-line with a mild surprise here with Ford.

    17. New York Giants Andre Dillard OT
    WHAT!!!!! STILL NOT A QB?!! Gettleman isn’t swallowing his pride and he has a big grin on his face as he gets his “top OT on my board” Dillard. Gettleman is going to out-Line everyone in the NFL!

    18. Minnesota Vikings Greedy Williams CB
    The Vikings don’t really need a CB, but in todays NFL, can you ever really have enough of them? No one wants to move up here and so the Vikings go BPA on their board and take Williams

    19. Tennessee Titans Noah Fant TE
    The Titans aren’t quite ready to give up on Marcus Mariotta just yet, and certainly aren’t giving up on him picking 19th with this QB class. The Titans have a need for a dynamic receiving TE and get their man here in Fant.

    20. Pittsburg Steelers Devin Bush LB
    I could see the Steelers going with a CB here, but they stick with their board and go Bush who fills a need as well.

    21. Seattle Seahawks Byron Murphy CB
    The Seahawks are pleased when BPA on their board and local product Murphy falls in their lap here.

    22. Baltimore Ravens DK Metcalf WR
    The Ravens WR group may well be the weakest in the NFL, and giving scattershot QB Jackson a BIG TALL FAST target to sling the ball toward is not a bad way to go. Gives the Ravens and Jackson a legit threat in the red zone or to go deep.

    23. Houston Texans Johnathan Abram S
    The Texans have a number of holes to consider filling here. They also could use help at offensive line but the top safety on their board and in this class is available to them here and having lost out on the Honey Badger, fill that hole with Abram.

    24. Oakland Raiders DeAndre Baker CB
    The Raiders can go BPA at just about any point and find someone they have a spot for and who can start. Baker fits that here. Some have him as the 1st or 2nd best CB in this class.

    25. Philadelphia Eagles Nasir Adderley S
    Philly gets their man out of their own backyard to fill a position of need by taking fast rising Adderley.

    26. Indianapolis Colts Jerry Tillery IDL
    The Colts get another Notre Dame product for the line at a position of need for a team that needs more push in the pass rush.

    27. Oakland Raiders A.J. Brown WR
    The Raiders end up with TWO A.Browns at WR as they take the Mississippi product here. Again, the Raiders are needy everywhere and go BPA.

    28. Los Angeles Chargers Dexter Lawrence IDL
    The Chargers have one of the deeper rosters in the league and in this deep draft, land a big talent here in Lawrence.

    29. Kansas City Garrett Bradbury C
    KC will explore trading out of the first round hoping for one of the QB needy teams who passed earlier, to come up for Drew Lock. No dice. KC stays put and selects Bradbury who will start at C from day 1.

    30. Green Bay Chauncy Gardner-Johnson S
    Like KC, The Packers will listen in vain for a trade partner wanting Drew Lock or some other QB. The call won’t come. They take a safety to fill a hole.

    31. Los Angeles Rams Clelin Ferrell Edge
    The Rams roster is in flux due to the cap catching up to them. They need to have reinforcements ready to go.

    32. New England Patriots Rock Ya-Sin
    The Patriots, hoping that the Broncos, Dolphins or Giants actually want one of these garbage QB try and use the force to make the phone ring. Belichick can’t quite conjure up the power needed to make it happen. The Patriots stay put and draft Rock Ya-Sin…the Pats are always looking for good DB and they get one here.

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    ta **** you say

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