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2019 NFL Billboard Design – Final Cut

(WKBW) – Finally the day we've all been waiting for is here. The 2019 NFL Draft will start at 20:00, which means we'll soon find out which players the Buffalo Bills can add in the first round.

And since it's the design day, it's time for me The final draft will be created before the event starts. What could be the ninth place for the bills? The seventh and final mock-draft, before the picks go off, gets straight off the board:

Joe B. and the 7 Eyewitness News sports team will be doing what you need to know in a live design special Thursday, April 25 at 1

9:30 Stay at 7ABC for Round 1 of the NFL Draft on Thursday night, rounds 2 and 3 on Friday at 7pm and rounds 4 through 7 on Saturday at 12pm.

First Round

1) – QB Kyler Murray, Oklahoma
– From wire to wire, Kyler Murray is the choice for the Cardinals remained. Josh Rose's future seems destined to be somewhere outside of Arizona with this election, which may be the best for his career. Murray, with the Cardinals' offensive staff and today's head coach, is a mesmerizing fit I can not wait to see on the pitch.

2) – DE Nick Bosa, Ohio (19459011) – The Standard Pick, but one that seems as close as Murray to the Cardinals.

3) – DT Quinnen Williams, Alabama
– Ah, those poor New York Jets. They attempted to build up some late business to bring someone to third place but were without takers

4) – LB Devin White, LSU
– When The Raiders Gave The Dwayne Haskins Message Outside Challenge Washington panics to get into the top three for Quinnen Williams to fall to them, what good work Jon Gruden and Mike Mayock are doing when it actually works. However, if they seriously want them to want Haskins and put him in fourth place, that would be the best news for the bills. It would mean that a top-division defender falls out of the top five and increases his chances of getting someone on his board. However, I think the most likely scenario is that the rush for quarterbacks is outside the top 5 and maybe even outside the top ten. A Little Surprise Here at White

5) ** TRADE – DT Ed Oliver, Houston
– I know the reports out there say the bills would be ready to go down act. However, GM Brandon Beanes information usually does not come out in public, and I think that they are a secret candidate to enter the draft – but with a single player. Beane is an aggressive poker player in terms of design, and the way things are evolving, if the bills want a top-tier perspective, they have to pay for it. Ideally, this 40th overall win would be off the table, but the return of Tampa Bay makes this a much tastier proposition – especially given the level of the player the Bills would get in a defensive duel against Ed Oliver. And as we've seen in the past Beane stores, he does not find it difficult to pick up from the second round if he thinks the player he's getting is someone who can dramatically improve the squad. In the deal, as they give up their pick in the second round, they in turn receive the third round of Tampa Bay to give them three choices in the top 74. With the possible influence that Oliver could have on this team and without sacrificing it The whole design is an incredibly realistic scenario for Buffalo, the more I think of it. It's not about satisfying a need, which of course is the case. It's all about acting up to the design of a possible Superstar in head coach Sean McDermott and the plan of the defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier. Once you pass the top player class, there is a drop-off point that causes the bills to convince themselves. Jonah Williams is great in theory, but it's far too late for the two left attacks (he and Andre Dillard) to be on the board before Buffalo's end. If they want to get Oliver, the Bills would give themselves a top prospect they love, in a position they consider critical to their defense. Essentially, the Bills have been operating in the last two seasons without pressure from the inside and could take their defense to the next level. If you combine this idea with a solid contingent of offensive skill players that will be available in the third and fourth rounds, it will gain even more steam. If the bills want Oliver what they do, they can not wait. New York Giants GM's Dave Gettleman, whom Brandon Beane knows better than anyone else, is likely to take almost anyone into the defensive line due to his design history. I think the Bill Bills window, which looks to move up, starts in fifth overall, and in that case, they meet with the same team they worked with last year, Josh Allen.

Trade Details Buffalo receives 5th place and 70th place. Tampa Bay receives the 9th overall, 40th overall and 112th overall.

6) (by NYJ) – EDGE Josh Allen, Kentucky
– The Giants swap their top-pass rusher and get the top handed over to Rusher in the draft. The quarterback will be later

7) – OT Jonah Williams, Alabama

8) ** TRADE (by DET) – OT Andre Dillard, Washington State
– The Texans Need protect her franchise quarterback Deshaun Watson, and he must learn to get rid of the ball a little faster. However, the Texans know that they can not sit back and let the board come to them. If you want a left tackle in 2019, you should get it better because my counts are only two to three available in the first two days.

Trade Details: Houston finished 8th overall. Detroit takes 23rd place, 54th overall and 2020 3rd.

9) (by BUF) – LB Devin Bush, Michigan

10) – TE TJ Hockenson, Iowa
– With Devin Bush off the board, the Broncos go along The all-round brochure TJ Hockenson a big upgrade to the narrow end position – a place that the quarterback Joe Flacco uses a lot.

11) – OT Jawaan Taylor, Fla.
– I know that the Bengals have given Bobby Hart an extension, but that looks more like a Fringer starter deal than one in which they do have invested heavily. Instead, they have a final round with Andy Dalton and their new head coach, giving him far more protection from the right attack than in 2018, before deciding whether to move on from the quarterback in the 2020 offseason.

12) ** TRADE [19659025] (by GB) – QB Daniel Jones, Duke
– Since Gettleman does not trust the true intentions of Miami, Gettleman instructs the board to make sure he does his top quarterback. The Giants GM loves trading and feels it is necessary to move ahead of Miami and Washington. So the Giants unload some of their later picks and convince themselves of their top pass rusher and their top quarterback on their board, while they keep their choice in the second round. This would leave the Giants in the NFL Draft 2019 a total of nine picks.

Trade Details: New York Giants receive 12th overall, 226 the total. Green Bay Packers received a total of 17th place, 95th overall, 108th overall, 142nd overall, 180th overall.

13) ** TRADE – QB Dwayne Haskins, Ohio (19459011) – Sensing that the time to strike is at this part of the design. The Raiders retain the first of their two remaining selections in the first round, while giving the dolphins what they really want: Ammo for the 2020 NFL Draft – which could be extremely difficult. A valuable selection, since the Raiders are the Raiders are acting.

Trading Details: Oakland receives the 13th overall, the 78th overall and the 151st overall. Miami receives 27th overall, 35th overall, the second round of the 2020 round.

14) – DT Christian Wilkins, Clemson

15) (by WAS) – QB Drew Lock, Missouri
– Washington avoids the temptation to move up in order and still get away with a quarterback in Drew Lock. If all this smoke from Daniel Snyder is true, Washington becomes more likely with a quarterback.

16) – EDGE Brian Burns, Florida (state of Florida)

17) (from CLE via NYG) – WR Hollywood Brown, Oklahoma
– I love this fit between team and player and the packers have taken more ammunition while still getting a player that suits their needs well.

18) – C Garrett Bradbury, State
– The Vikings could make an offensive line down the line in the first two days of the draft and there would not be many Viking fans talking about it complain.

19) ** TRADE (from TEN) – G / T Cody Ford, Oklahoma
– For the cost of their compensatory selection, the Ravens prefer both Tennessee and Seattle to themselves to insure in front of the guard on her board.

Trade Details: Baltimore is 19th overall. Tennessee receives a total of 22nd and 102nd

20) – CB Rock Ya-Sin, Temple

21) – DL Rashan Gary, Michigan

22) ( by BAL) – IOL Erik McCoy, Texas A & M

23) (by HOU) – CB Deandre Baker, Georgia

24) (by CHI) – RB Josh Jacobs, Alabama
– The Raiders clearly want him at 24, but will any team slip in front of them to get Jacobs? This seems to be his design floor, if we want to believe everything out there

25) – CB Byron Murphy, Washington

26) – EDGE Clelin Ferrell, Clemson

27) (from DAL to OAK) – DT Jeffery Simmons, Mississippi State
– How can you better support a tank than take a player who's unlikely to play for you in his rookie season? However, Simmons has great potential and could become a home race for him when he is back from injury.

28) – OT Tytus Howard, Alabama State
– The potential of the player here and Team Chargers is hoped to quickly become a star player in 2019.

29) (by KC) – CB Joejuan Williams, Vanderbilt
– This is a great fit from the point of view of size and athletic profile. Is he worth a first round? Only time will tell.

30) (by NO) – TE Noah Fant, Iowa

31) ** TRADE (by LAR) – S Darnell Savage, Maryland
– With a few draft picks To play, the Buccaneers play the board up to grab a bit of "it" on the day of the draft.

Trade Details: Tampa Bay is 31st overall. Los Angeles Rams receive a total of 39th and 107th

32) – DT Dexter Lawrence, Clemson

Round Two

33) – TE Irv Smith, Jr., Alabama

34) (from NYJ) – WR AJ Brown, Ole Miss

35) (from OAK) – G Chris Lindstrom, Boston College [19659002] 36) – WR DK Metcalf, Ole Miss
– Once a potential top ten selection, Metcalf lands outside the first round. This is an example of a draft season at its core.

37) – OT Greg Little, Ole Miss

38) – WR N'Keal Harry, Arizona (state)

39) (by TB) – EDGE Montez Sweat, Mississippi
– The demise ends here for Sweat as he heads to one of the league's best defense fronts to reach his full potential.

40) (from BUF) – CB Greedy Williams, LSU

41) – IOL Elgton Jenkins, Mississippi State

42) – DT Jerry Tillery, Notre Dame [19659002] TE Dawson Knox, Ole Miss

44) – T / G Dalton Risner, Kansas State

45) – EDGE Chase Winovich, Michigan

46) – S Johnathan Abram, Mississippi State

47) – CB Justin Layne, Michigan State

48) – WR Hakeem Butler, Iowa State

49) – CB Amani Oruwariye Penn State [19659002] 50) – OT Caleb McGary, Wa shington

51) – CB Lonnie Johnson, Kentucky

52) – LB Mack Wilson, Alabama

53 ) (by BAL) – WR Deebo Samuel, South Carolina [19659002] 54) (by SEA via HOU) – EDGE LJ Collier, TCU

55) – CB Julian Love, Notre Dame

56) (by CHI) – WR Parris Campbell, Ohio State

57) – RB Miles Sanders, Penn State

58) – S Juan Thornhill, Virginia

59) – DT Dre & # 39; Mont Jones, Ohio (19659002)] 60) – DT Trysten Hill, Central Florida

61) – CB Sean Bunting, Central Michigan

62) – IOL Michael Deiter, Wisconsin

63 ) (from LAR) – G. Dru Samia, Oklahoma

64) – S. Nasir Adderley, Delaware

Round Three

65) – G. Nate Davis, Charlotte

66) (by OAK) – WR Riley Ridley, Georgia [1965900] 2] 67) – S. Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, Florida

68) – EDGE Christian Miller, Alabama

69) – TE Jace Sternberger, Texas A & M

70) (by TB) – EDGE Jaylon Ferguson, Louisiana Tech
– Honestly, I did not expect him to be up to that point It's enough draft but with a player like Montez Sweat After pushing all the way out of the first lap, she improved the depth of the position to make this pairing possible. In terms of size, length and production, Ferguson is a perfect complement to bridge the defensive of banknotes. He's a bit of a limited athlete who can hardly bend around the edge, but he makes up for it with a plethora of moves, the versatility of playing both the left and right sides at the defensive end, and he's one good defender. I think Ferguson's warts are a bit overdone, and watching him play (not just his three-day per-day attempts), you see a player who can regularly find himself in the backcourt – and he did It was the best match on the schedule last season in LSU and Mississippi. In the third round you do not get perfect prospects. However, in Ferguson, the Bills will receive an instant revaluation of their defensive spin and a possible starter response if Jerry Hughes and (probably) Shaq Lawson come off the books in the 2020 offseason. This is as forward-looking a choice as a choice right now. Ferguson has the tools to become a long-time starter for the bills.

Impounded Pick, used in 2018 NFL Supplemental Draft

71) – LB Jahlani Tavai, Hawaius

72) – CB Isaiah Johnson, Houston [19659002] (by DET) – EDGE Jachai Polite, Florida

74) – WR Terry McLaurin, Ohio (Ohio State)
– Remember, with a couple of selections In the third round, another round of the fourth round and two selections for the fifth round in their arsenal, the Bills will in this case be candidates to return to the second round if there is an outstanding value. However, the depth of the broad receiver is quite good and the Bills find a potential starter in the Ohio state's Terry McLaurin. McLaurin is one of the best pure distance runners in the design. He has a good size, versatility, where he sets up, yards for catching ability, and a speed element for his game that helped him score more than 20 yards per catch with the Buckeyes in the final. He would not be forced into the lineup right away, but it's a possible long-term launch option that Josh Allen can rely on to understand enough defenses to open up and gain extra reach. I think he has the potential to far exceed his draft status of a third round. The best is still coming, it seems, to come with him.

Twitter: @ JoeBuscaglia

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