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2018 NFL Mock Draft by mtpallasjets - 11.7
Published at 11/7/2017 8:37:37 PM

It's November, and teams needs are beginning to shape up. It's usually best to go BPA in the draft, but filling needs isn't a bad choice if there's a huge need on your team.

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Round 1

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

Everyone suspects that, because of the terrible play of DeShone Kizer that the Browns will continue never ending cycle at quarterback. That said, Kizer needs a good running game, and he will get one in the form of the best running back in the draft.


2. 49ers: Calvin Ridley, Wide Receiver, Alabama

After landing Jimmy Garappolo from the Patriots, it’s safe to say they have their QB. So, it’s time to get him a number one target, and Ridley is guy.


3. Giants: Lamar Jackson, Quarterback, Louisville

With an offensive line that doesn’t seem to fit a true pocket passer, it’s time for the Giants to get a more mobile passer and move on from Eli Manning. Lamar Jackson is their guy, because Cleveland elected to build around Kizer instead of giving up on him.


4. Colts: Damien Harris, Running Back, Alabama

In the first surprise move of the draft the Colts select a running back. Their running game is very suspect, and they could use the help for Andrew Luck. Some scouts are already giving Harris the comparison to Doug Martin, and that will move him up some draft boards.




5. Buccaneers: Bradley Chubb, Defensive End, N.C. State

The Bucs are in need of a defensive end, and Bradley Chubb fits a need and is one of the best players available. So, it’s a perfect blend for the Bucs here.


6. Jets: Arden Key, Defensive End, LSU

As Tony Romo astutely pointed, not only were the defensive linemen not getting to the quarterback, but the edge rushers weren’t either. The Jets need to get a pass rusher to help set the edge, and a combination of Jordan Jenkins and Key, along with the line would become a formidable pass rush.


7. Raiders: Minkah Fitzpatrick, Safety, Alabama

The Raiders need a serious upgrade to their secondary, and Fitzpatrick provide that. He can play safety or corner, and that versatility is good for the Raiders.


8. Chargers: Mike McGlinchey, Offensive Tackle, Notre Dame

It’s me for San Diego to start rebuilding the offense, and there’s no better way to do that than getting a franchise left tackle. McGlinchey would’ve been the best OT in the 2017 draft, and he’s undoubtedly the best one in 2018.


9. Bears: Arden Tate, Wide Receiver, Florida State

Don’t get fooled by his numbers, because the Deondre Francois went down with an injury Week 1. He’s got the perfect size and athletic ability to be a no. 1 target in the NFL, and Ridley of the board, the Bears go with Tate for Trubisky.


10. Cardinals: Trey Adams, Offensive Tackle, Washington

Connor Williams would be a likely selection here if he wasn’t injured and likely to return to Austin. The Cardinals need to upgrade their offensive line, and Adams is the best OL available.


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