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NFL Mock Draft Predictions - Predict the Pick 2019

NFL Mock Draft Predictions – Predict the Pick 2019

The 2019 NFL Draft is upon us and excitement is at a fever pitch with 2019 expected to be a major transition season for many teams in the league. But which up and coming stars are most likely to make headlines? Names like Kyler Murray, Nick Bosa, and Josh Allen are among the ones football fans have been hearing the most over the past several months. Where will they land? What teams will trade up or trade down? Which franchises will  be draft winners and losers? Let’s take a look at what we think the first round of the Draft will shake out.

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First Round Mock Draft Predictions for the NFL Draft on April 25 2019

Where: Nashville, Tennessee.

When: Thursday-Saturday, April 25–27  2019 8:00 PM ET

Lines: View 2019 NFL Draft betting props

TV Broadcast: NBC


1.  Arizona Cardinals – Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma

Regardless of what the Cardinals’ plan of concerning Josh Rosen, it’ll be hard for them to pass up on Murray, who had glowing reviews – despite his size – following his combine appearance. According to today’s NFL Draft Props, Murray is priced -650 to be selected before Nick Bosa in the draft.

2. San Francisco 49ers – Nick Bosa, DE, Ohio State

Bosa (+450 to go first in the Draft) has reportedly deleted some negative tweets about Colin Kaepernick and pro-Donald Trump posts, so the rumors that the 49ers will take him second overall in the draft could be closer to the truth than what everyone thinks.

3. New York Jets – Josh Allen, LB, Kentucky

The Jets’ defense last season was an inconsistent mess last season. Adding Kentucky’s Josh Allen could add more stability and youth to the Jets’ stop unit that finished 29th in scoring defense in 2018. The sportsbook lists Allen’s over/under at 4.5, with -220 odds to go under.

4. Oakland Raiders – Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama

It could be seen as a mistake for the Raiders if they let Williams drop lower than fourth in the draft. With Murray and Bosa gone, the Raiders should snag the talented pass rusher from Alabama to fortify their interior defense.

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Ed Oliver, DT, Houston

The Bucs might not have the money to keep Gerald McCoy for the long run. If Tampa Bay plans to trade McCoy, they could find his replacement – a cheaper one – from the draft by selecting Houston’s Ed Oliver. The over/under on Oliver is set at 6.5 with -115 odds to go on either side of the pick.

6. New York Giants – Rashan Gary, DL, Michigan

The sexy pick here for the Giants is a quarterback, but general manager David Gettleman doesn’t seem to have any plans of heeding what everyone wants in New York – a signal-caller to replace Eli Manning. Instead, look for Gettleman to infuriate Giants fans again by drafting Rashan Gary, who still should plug one of the holes in the Giants with his excellent pass rushing.

7. Jacksonville Jaguars – Jawaan Taylor, OL, Florida

With a new quarterback in Nick Foles, the Jaguars will add a body that will help protect the Super Bowl-winning signal-caller. JawaanTaylor is considered by most experts to be the best offensive lineman in this year’s class. In his junior season, Taylor played 12 of 13 games at right tackle. NFL.com grades Taylor as a 6.25 prospect which essentially means he’ll be a starter, and in if this pick plays out, he will be so for the Jacksonville Jaguars.

8. Detroit Lions – Brian Burns, DE, Florida State

Many mock drafts don’t have Burns this high, but the Lions have so many needs that selecting the Florida State product will still address one of their most pressing needs: pass-rushing.

9. Buffalo Bills – Montez Sweat, DE, Mississippi State

The Bills have a solid shot at getting Sweat, who turned numerous heads after his showing at the Senior Bowl and at the NFL Combine. However, something else unfolded at the Combine for Sweat – detection of a minor heart condition that eventually had the DE drop down the draft boards for many NFL teams. Their loss will be Buffalo’s gain.

Sweat announced that he is sitting out attendance at the Draft this Thursday, but did not mention his heart condition as being a factor, and at press he is absolutely cleared and ready to play some NFL football this coming season.

10. Denver Broncos – Devin White, LB, LSU

Like the Giants, the Broncos could wisely spend this pick on a quarterback, but they could also be tempted to form a nasty triumvirate of Von Miller, Bradley Chubb, and White. The all-SEC linebacker led the conference in tackles (123) and hit for three sacks, six passes defended, and three forced fumbles.


Picks for the Rest of the 2019 NFL Draft First Round

11. Cincinnati Bengals  — Drew Lock, QB, Missouri

12. Green Bay Packers — T.J. Hockenson, TE, Iowa

13. Miami Dolphins – Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson

14. Atlanta Falcons – Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State

15. Washington Redskins – Daniel Jones, QB, Duke

16. Carolina Panthers – Cody Ford, OT, Oklahoma

17. New York Giants – Clelin Ferrell, LB, DE, Clemson

18. Minnesota Vikings – Jonah Williams, DE, Clemson

19. Tennessee Titans – Noah Fant, TE, Iowa

20. Pittsburgh Steelers – Byron Murphy, DB, Washington

21. Seattle Seahawks – A.J. Brown, WR, Ole Miss

22. Baltimore Ravens –Marquis Brown, WR, Oklahoma

23. Houston Texans – Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss

24. Oakland Raiders – Josh Jacons, RB, Alabama

25. Philadelphia Eagles – Christian Lindstrom, G, Boston College

26. Indianapolis Colts – D.J. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss

27. Oakland Raiders – Rock Ya-Sin, CB, Temple

28. Los Angeles Chargers – Jerry Tillery, DL, Notre Dame

29. Kansas City Chiefs – Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson

30. Green Bay Packers – Dwyane Haskins, QB, Ohio State

31. Los Angeles Rams – Erick McCoy, C, Texas A&M

32. New England Patriots  – Paris Campbell, WR, Ohio State


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