2019 NFL Mock Draft Version 1.0

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So with the Super Bowl coming to a close just a few days ago, it’s about time we begin thinking about the 2019-20 NFL season. This is the current projected draft order.

This will be updated with different version numbers as stated above i.e. version 1.0, version 1.5 and so on. Now, I have gotten some messages from fans and asked to make one of these and I will add all input and value from you guys as time goes on.

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Here is the V.1 Mock draft

  1. Arizona Cardinals – Kyler Murray QB
  2. San Francisco 49ers – Joey Bosa EDGE
  3. New York Jets – Josh Allen EDGE
  4. Oakland Raiders – Rashan Gary DL
  5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Clelin Ferrell EDGE
  6. New York Giants – Quinnen Williams DL
  7. Jacksonville Jaguars – Dwayne Haskins QB
  8. Detroit Lions – Montez Sweat EDGE
  9. Buffalo Bills – Devin White LB
  10. Denver Broncos – Drew Lock QB
  11. Cincinnati Bengals – Cody Ford OT
  12. Green Bay Packers – Jachai Polite EDGE
  13. Miami Dolphins – Christian Wilkins DL
  14. Atlanta Falcons – Greedy Williams CB
  15. Washington Redskins – Byron Murphy CB
  16. Carolina Panthers – D.K. Metcalf WR
  17. Cleveland Browns – N’Keal Harry WR
  18. Minnesota Vikings – Jawaan Taylor OT
  19. Tennessee Titans – Marquise Brown WR
  20. Pittsburgh Steelers – Mack Wilson LB
  21. Seattle Seahawks – Josh Jacobs CB
  22. Baltimore Ravens – Jeffrey Simmons DT
  23. Houston Texans – Jonah Williams OL
  24. Oakland Raiders via (Chi Trade) – Jaylon Ferguson EDGE
  25. Philadelphia Eagles – Dexter Lawrence DT
  26. Indianapolis Colts – Jerry Tillery DT
  27. Oakland Raiders (Dallas Trade) – T.J. Hockenson TE
  28. Los Angeles Chargers – Ed Oliver DT
  29. Kansas City Chiefs – DeAndre Baker CB
  30. Green Bay Packers (NOLA Trade) – Dalton Risner OL
  31. Los Angeles Rams – Deionte Thompson
  32. New England Patriots – Daniel Jones QB

Well Folks here is the first of my many mock drafts, and as most of you are probably shocked by the ending, Yes I gave the Patriots a QB in the first round. Why wouldn’t they try to get the next guy in as it seems Brady is on his way out in the next few years. What better way to train up a QB then under one of best to play the game.


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