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2019 NFL Mock Draft: Jaguars, dolphins are among the top five; Broncos put QB at the end of the first round

In my first bill of the year I had the Jaguars to No. 4 to pick Dwayne Haskins. Since bogus designs are nothing more than thought experiments at this early stage to see how the board might fall in April, I wanted to change everything this time.

Instead I had Jaguar trading down to # 3.

Who knows if they'll fall in love with Haskins during the preparatory process? However, there is no denying that they need to correct the QB position to get back into the competition, and if that means they have to close the deal to make sure they catch their guy, then they should.

Another important change to this bill: Instead of sending Josh Allen to the 49ers at # 2, I just had to bring John Lynch to BPA and take the guy, whom I believe to be the only clear blue chipper outside from Nuck Bosa is. With these changes in two and three, we will see how the dummy design evolves differently.

One you will not find below is Kyler Murray. I'm still not sure if he'll give up baseball to play football, and without the 1

00 percent commitment of NFL teams, I do not expect any team to use a high draft pick on him. This can change, like everything else that is connected with the dummy design.

. 1 Arizona Cardinals

Nick Bosa, EDGE, Ohio (Ohio State). Bosa was clear number 1 for most, if not all, of the 2018 season, and he would be well suited to Chandler Jones to give the Cardinals a dangerous pass rush. I could also see how they auction off this selection and help outposts when they go down. But someone had to blow them away to get past Bosa.

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. 2 San Francisco 49ers

Quinnen Williams, DL, Alabama. The 49ers would certainly prefer an Edge Rusher here, but if Williams finds he's better than the rest of the available prospects, will John Lynch really be able to lend him something less certain? We're still a long way from deciding who's the cream of the crop, but right now I have a crash after Bosa and Williams, and when that happens, Williams should be in the game for the 49ers when Bosa is gone.

. 3 Jacksonville Jaguars

Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio (Ohio State). If the Jaguars want to make sure they get their favorite quarterback, at least that's how far they have to move. The next three teams probably think they're set for quarterback in 2019, but if Haskins blows the doors off the lecture process, who knows? If not every quarterback falls flat in the next few months, expect a little bucking at the top of the draft to grab the No. 1 option. With this trade, the Jets are helping to offset the costs that Sam Darnold had to push up last year.

. 4 Oakland Raiders

Josh Allen, EDGE, Kentucky. Allen had submitted the draft last year, but chances were slim that someone would have taken him in the first round. If he does not have a terrible preseason, he'll almost certainly finish in the top five after a year of doubling his sack (to 14).

. 5 Miami Dolphins (TB Mockery)

Daniel Jones, QB, Duke. Jones beat Temple in the Independence Bowl and should be cashed for a pick in the top half of the first round, but he has the ability to tear down the jacking process and let a QB-needy team jump up the board for him. After watching the bills and cardinals move ahead of them last year and getting their quarterbacks, the dolphins could decide to take the plunge, regardless of whether or not they were watching the year 2020, for a QB design.

. 6 New York Giants

Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama. The protection in the offensive line was only a rumor for 2018. If the team is in the best position to be successful, treating these issues should be a priority. Williams does not have the arm's length Many teams covet, but he makes it up to his technique again. The best part is that he does not have to be used as a blindside blocker at the Giants, as he can adapt to the NFL's right-wing attack before moving to the left in 2020 if Nate Solder does not meet his requirements contract.

. 7 New York Jets

Clelin Ferrell, EDGE, Clemson. The Jets would do well to sit in 3rd place and take Allen, but if a QB needy team launches them with a trade offer, why should not you regain some of the recovered capital that they did last year for Sam Darnold had spent? Ferrell has 36.5 tackles against loss and 21 sacks in his last two seasons, but he is also an excellent run defender and would put New York on edge with three talents.

. 8 Detroit Lions

Greedy Williams, CB, LSU. The Lions should have the opportunity to add an Impact Player to their defensive line, but they must also strengthen their secondary talent. One way to achieve this is to take the best corners in this year's draft. Williams is an excellent man Cornerback, who still has room for growth, and teams considering taking him will hope he has a Patrick Peterson blanket in the NFL.

. 9 Buffalo Bills

Ed Oliver, DT, Houston. The Bills left Kyle Williams on Sunday for a game inside the defense line. So why not with a pimple that can be the same for the next decade? Oliver is an absolute monster blasting blockades, as his 53 tacks prove due to loss in three seasons. He has drawn the inevitable Aaron-Donald comparisons, and although he has a chance to achieve this kind of effect, this is a pretty nice upper limit for a ninth overall victory.

10th Denver Broncos

Byron Murphy, CB, Washington The Broncos will certainly look for quarterback help, but they have shown last year that they will not force it if the guy they want is not there. Murphy is an intelligent player capable of handling the range from man to man or zone, and his anticipation of trajectories should often keep him on the highlight reels as he chases Pick Sixes. As soon as the teams see him well, he could be in the top half of the first round.

. 11 Cincinnati Bengals

Devin White, MLB, LSU . The Bengals have to find a new piece for linebacker as Preston Brown goes into the free agency. The career of Vontaze Burfict is not questioned as "the guy" due to his seventh concussion and the election of Malik Jefferson in the third round of 2018. The athletic White has everything you want in a middle linebacker and leaves him in the middle while Jefferson tries to play the weak side to take that defense to the next level.

12th Green Bay Packers

Jachai Polite, EDGE, Florida. The Packers are undergoing a coaching transition, but it looks like they are staying with the 3-4s, which means that Polite is a great way to boost the pass at the edge. He had eleven sacks and 19.5 tackles for a loss as a junior before joining the NFL, and though he may not be a three-down initially, he addresses Day 1's biggest weakness in Green Bay defense.

13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (MIA Mockery)

Deionte Thompson, S., Alabama . The Buccaneers could try to auction their selection to the QB-needy teams if they want to target multiple areas with premium picks, and when they move to the middle of the first round, Thompson is someone who makes sense to them. He has the chance to be one of the best prospects in the midfield of the game, although he also has the edge when needed. You will not find many with his reach in the security position.

fourteenth Atlanta Falcons

Rashan Gary, DL, Michigan. Gary has not put in huge sack numbers in Michigan, but that's not his job. He can put the run on the edge, but can still offer some talent for passing from the inside. It would be a great addition to the Falcons line of defense, even if the Grady Jarrett team requires a contract extension. With a man as talented as Gary, it would be wise to just take him with him and let the rotation spin, as it likes.

15th Washington Redskins

Cody Ford, OL, Oklahoma . Washington could very well decide to land its quarterback of the future with this election, but I think they're more likely to sign an affordable veteran for 2019 and see where they'll be with Alex Smith next season before they go possibly dip into the 2020 QB class. Ford would be a massive upgrade for a team that never seems to have enough healthy offensive people.

sixteenth Carolina Panthers

Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss. The Panthers just saw what happens when they have big offensive problems, as Cam Newton was restricted by a shoulder injury in the second half that eventually led him to be closed early. Daryl Williams and Ryan Kalil are free agents and Matt Kalil has no business, even if he is healthy. The Panthers must provide the best offensive Lineman if they care about Newton's health at all.

17th Cleveland Browns

Deandre Baker, CB, Georgia, Baker has experience in all sorts of coverages, and although he has not made any gaudy interceptions in Georgia, his ball skills are first rate and he is a disruptive force for recipients trying to make a game. The Browns made a home run defeating Denzel Ward in last year's draft, and Baker gave them a wicked 1: 2 strike on the position that could possibly represent a dominant defense in 2019.

18th Minnesota Vikings

Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida. Taylor could shoot up the boards if tested well in the next few months, but I expect him to go in the middle of the first round and there is an urgent need for an offensive line around the league. He might evolve tackling or move inside to keep watch, but the Vikings need an upgrade in both places. I would give him an attack on the right tackle to see how his sportiness expresses.

19th Tennessee Titans

Brian Burns, EDGE, Florida State . The Titans began cleverly with the construction of Harold Landry for the future of their escape intoxication, and now they have signed him with Brian Orakpo, who has retired, and Derrick Morgan as a free agent. There's no question what you bring Burns with you: After quarterback. It's great for a 3-4 team of its size, but its explosiveness makes it difficult for him, except for the most athletic offensive attacks.

20th Pittsburgh Steelers

Jeffery Simmons, DT, Mississippi State. This is not the greatest need of the Steelers, but dropping Simmons from the top half of the draft would be too big to be ignored. He interferes as a penetrator, and although he is not the size to be a true nostril, he was employed by Mississippi State in this manner and has experience handling double teams. And in his last two seasons, he still managed 27.5 tackles.

21st Seattle Seahawks

Devin Bush, LB, Michigan. K.J. Wright makes his way to the Free Agency, leaving the Seahawks with a great need for the position alongside Bobby Wagner. Enter Bush, who can play at all three depths, is a great free-range player who can follow the ball carrier.

22nd Baltimore Ravens

Montez Sweat, EDGE, Mississippi State. Sweat is not a prototypical 4-3 defensive end in size, but here he plays his best and so he is likely to be used by his NFL team. Sweat has posted double-digit sacks in consecutive seasons and is also a qualified run defender. So, when you see about his height and his somewhat advanced age (he'll be 23), there's a lot to love. [19659055] 23rd Houston Texans

Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama. After Jacobs had explained the draft, he should be considered a favorite when he first ran off the board. The Texans need to do something about their offensive line, but as Linemen are torn into teenagers in this mock, they'll resort to adding the talented Jacobs who can do anything they need to their position to an offensive core of Deshaun Watson and DeAndre Hopkins

24. Pittsburgh Steelers (OAK Spot Trading)

Yodny Cajuste, OT, West Virginia. I think Antonio Brown is being traded in this off-season, and the Raiders seem to be just about everyone else. It's not nearly the salary of an Amari Cooper expansion, as the Raiders would be responsible for $ 38.9 million in just three years. He would give them a superstar to bring to Las Vegas. For Pittsburgh, it might be worth the effort to get a round in the first round, especially if they can add a talent like Cajuste, who can start with the guard and eventually tackle it.

25th Philadelphia Eagles

N & # 39; Keal Harry, WR, US State of Arizona. The Eagles could go in different directions, but one concern is with Wide Receiver, where they were traded for Golden Tate during the season to give them a boost, despite beating free agency in this off-season. Harry is in the mix of being the first player in his position as a potentially dominant outside receiver with good hands. If he has a big combine harvester, he could shoot up the projections of the first round.

26th Indianapolis Colts

D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss. The Colts surprised some people with their run in 2018 behind a healthy Andrew Luck and an outstanding 2018 Draft class. But one place where they need to improve is the receiver where it's T.Y. Hilton did not do much else in terms of reliable options. Metcalf's season ended early with a neck injury, but his advantage as an outside receiver makes him observe during the preparation process.

27th Oakland Raiders (from Dallas)

Irv Smith Jr., TE, Alabama. Who could have guessed when the Raiders acted for this pick, that it would be so low in the end? Smith is an absolutely close perspective that should be in the mix to be the first man in his position. Jared Cook seemed to be helping unlock the Raiders Passing game earlier this season, but he's joining the free agency, and adding Smith as a substitute could be a big step toward improving the attack.

28th Los Angeles Chargers

Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama. The Patriots have unmasked the Chargers' defenses in the playoff division round, and the Chargers need to improve in the linebacker so that does not happen again. Wilson was to reinforce the defense system and at the same time offer the opportunity to pull back from the back field.

29th New England Patriots

Noah Fant, TE, Iowa . I think this will be the last year for Rob Gronkowski, and even the patriots need not know that they can not count on him being a receiving weapon in 2019. Fant would be the future for New England in the tight end position as a 6-foot 5-match nightmare that would blow up the combine.

30th Los Angeles Rams

Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson . The Rams only signed Ndamukong Suh for a one-year deal last season, and if he chose to do so, they should look for Lawrence at the end of the first round. It's the size of a nasal-powered device, but it can do more than just occupy space, and it'll clash with Aaron Donald to bring insulting lines into the interior.

31st Kansas City Chiefs

Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson. Wilkins did another good job as a senior to consolidate his stock in the first round. Dexter Lawrence may have a physically more imposing presence in size, but I think Team Wilkins' versatility and technique will appreciate a bit more, and he could go much higher. The Chiefs run the risk of losing Allen Bailey in free elections, and it would be a good idea if you replaced him with Wilkins.

32nd Denver Broncos

Drew Lock, QB, Missouri. If a Quarterback is over in the first round when the first day comes to an end, you see teams trading one of those late picks and winning him for fifth place. Annual option on his rookie contract. The Broncos are a candidate to take Lock 10th, but if they drop by and he's still late in the first round, I see they take a step up to get him. They have extra ammo on Day 3 after trading Demaryius Thomas and Trevor Siemian.

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