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2018 NFL Mock Draft 7.0
Published at 10/31/2017 11:47:22 AM

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Round 1

1. Browns: Saquon Barkley, Running Back, Penn State

Despite the loss Barkley played great. If I'm Cleveland I stay put where I am and pick a player. The Browns have traded down lots of times but they should stay here. Barkley is a once in a generation player and will do big things in the NFL.


2. Redskins: Josh Rosen, Quarterback, UCLA

TRADE- The Redskins are going to deal away some future picks to the 49ers to move up

Cousins will leave which means that the Redskins need a QB. Jimmy G is on the 49ers now which means that the Redskins will have to give up lots of future draft stock to make this trade worth it.


3. Giants: Connor Williams, Offensive Tackle, Texas

Williams is coming off of an injury and adding him to the line in NY is needed. Not all of mannings misfourtune is on him. They have offred no protection. Williams, if he bounces back is a diamond.


4. Colts: Arden Key, Defensive End, LSU

The Colts need protection but with Williams off the board, Key will do. This team is leaving the QB too much time. Even is Key can't get to the QB, pressure will work. You know your pass rush is bad when Blake Bortes and Andy Dalton play great in the pocket against your team.




5. Buccaneers: Minkah Fitzpatrick, Safety, Alabama

The Bucs have been roasted all year long. This week was no diffrent. They need a playmaker in the secondary. Fitzpatrick is a top player and adding him to this defense will give them a boost.


6. Jets: Lamar Jackson, Quarterback, Louisville

Jackson doesnt have to play right away. He can sit and learn and there is almost no better QB to sit behind and learn behind then McCown. Someone who has been around the league and is basicly an elder at this point would be a great teaher for someone like Jackson to ease him into the league.


7. Bears: James Washington, Wide Receiver, Oklahoma State

With the end of Zach Millers career, the Bears are truley lost on the air attack. This is a big year for WRs in the draft and in FA. I expect the Bears to make moves in both. This team should have a winning record but the lack of production through the air falls on the WR core for both Trub and Glennon.


8. Raiders: Orlando Brown, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma

Carr is not all the blame for the Raiders bad play. The over-hyped O-line is killing this team. The RBs have nowhere to go and the QB has almost no time to throw. Adding Brown is a move that is essential if they want to pick things back up.


9. Chargers: Derwin James, Safety, Florida State

The Bolts passed on a safety last season in the draft. They won't do that again. James has been suspect in the past few weeks but scouts still love him. The Bolts have faced trial and error in the secondary and adding James is the right way to go.


10. Bengals: Bradley Chubb, Defensive End, N.C. State

The Bengals could pick someone for the line here, but I think they should take the best on the board. Chubb is a great pass rusher and adding him to the average pass rush is the right way to go. Chubb has showed flashes of greatness and if he does this in the NFL then the Bengals are rolling on defense.


11. Lions: Derrius Guice, Running Back, LSU

The Lions have had a horrible running game. It's not on the O-line either. They need a solid runner in the backfield. Guice is someone who I could see average around 4.0 through 4.3 YPC in the NFL. With those numbers this Lions offense is suddenly much better.


12. Browns: Tarvarus McFadden, Cornerback, Florida State

From Texans

The Browns could use a lockdown guy in the secondary. I liked a safety to this team but a CB will do. They have a problem at almost every position and McFadden is the best on the board. They should take him and move on the next round.


13. Cardinals: Sam Darnold, Quarterback, USC

Darnold might not leave for the draft this year but if he does this is around where he will go. Palmers time is most likely done after the injury and adding Darnold is the boost this team needs. Look at the Bears for example. They were playing poorly but you plug in a new and young player with upside and the team is re-energized.


14. Broncos: Billy Price, Offensive Guard, Ohio State

The Bronco's need help everywhere on offense. Lynch will be the starter next year and well if they want him to lead them to the future then they need some support. Bolles was a nice pick but they need more help on the line.


15. 49ers: Nick Chubb, Running Back, Georgia

From The Redskins

Chubb reminds me of Jordan Howard. I think he will play like him in the NFL too. Adding a power back like Chubb is a good move to go along with Jimmy G. Chubb's lowest YPC this year in a game is 4.4. Yeah he is pretty good but underated by mock drafters all around.


16. Ravens: Christian Kirk, Wide Receiver, Texas A&M

The Ravens could use a WR to help out the offense. They need someone to play an effective slot. Kirk would be a great player to plug in and play there. Kirk has been double covered all seasons. If you are getting that kind of attention in College, you are speacil.


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