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Jack McCurry’s 2018 NFL Mock Draft 2.0

NFL: 2014 NFL Draft

May 8, 2014; New York, NY, USA; A general view of a helmet, NFL shield, stage, and podium before the start of the 2014 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

 

I’m back with another edition of my 2018 NFL Mock Draft series. If you haven’t seen 1.0, check it out right here

If you looked at the first mock draft, you noticed I only had the first twenty picks, now that Wild Card Weekend has come and gone, I’m adding the four losing teams from this past weekend’s games.

So with that, let’s get started with Mock Draft 2.0

  1. Cleveland Browns-QB Josh Rosen, UCLA: Rosen may want to avoid Cleveland but the Browns take the best quarterback in the draft
  2. New York Giants-QB Sam Darnold, USC: Darnold will get the privilege to sit behind Eli Manning as he starts his NFL career
  3. Indianapolis Colts-OT Connor Williams, Texas: Andrew Luck will hopefully be back at full strength and he’ll need a solid left tackle to help get his career back on track
  4. Cleveland Browns (via Houston)-CB/FS Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama: Secondary is arguably their second biggest need behind quarterback
  5. Denver Broncos-OG Quenton Nelson, Notre Dame: Denver could go quarterback here but they also need to upgrade the offensive line
  6. New York Jets-RB Saquon Barkley, Penn State-the best overall player in the draft lands in the Big Apple
  7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers-DE Bradley Chubb, NC State: Tampa needs to upgrade their pass rush
  8. Chicago Bears-WR Courtland Sutton, SMU: New offensive head coach and they need to give their young quarterback some more weapons
  9. San Francisco 49ers-OT Orlando Brown Jr., Oklahoma: They have their franchise quarterback, now they look to protect him
  10. Oakland Raiders-LB Roquan Smith, Georgia: Oakland needs to upgrade that defense all over
  11. Miami Dolphins-RB Derrius Guice, LSU: Miami traded Jay Ajayi during the season and need to get that next franchise running back
  12. Cincinnati Bengals-OT Mike McGlinchey, Notre Dame: Offensive line looked like a serious problem during the season
  13. Washington Redskins-QB Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma: They will likely lose Kirk Cousins and it wasn’t long ago their owner fell in love with a flashy, Heisman winning quarterback
  14. Green Bay Packers-CB Denzel Ward, Ohio State: Green Bay needs to fix the secondary and do so with the hard hitting corner from the Buckeyes
  15. Arizona Cardinals-QB Josh Allen, Wyoming: Arizona has no quarterbacks under contract for the 2018. They’ll add a veteran and take a chance on Allen
  16. Baltimore Ravens-WR Calvin Ridley, Alabama: Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome loves him some Alabama players
  17. Los Angeles Chargers-LB Rashaan Evans, Alabama: The Chargers were close to the playoffs but need to find some help at linebacker
  18. Seattle Seahawks-S Derwin James, Florida State: Seattle starts to rebuild the “Legion of Boom”
  19. Dallas Cowboys-CB Josh Jackson, Iowa: Dallas needs some elite talent in the secondary
  20. Detroit Lions-DE Harold Landry, Boston College: Ziggy Ansah is a soon to be free agent and Detroit needs more pass rushers
  21. Buffalo Bills-DT Maurice Hurst, Michigan: Marcell Dareus is no longer there and Buffalo needs help at the defensive tackle spot
  22. Buffalo Bills (via Kansas City)-LB Malik Jefferson, Texas: An upgrade at linebacker is needed
  23. Los Angeles Rams-C Billy Price, Ohio State: The Rams took a big step this past season and they could look to keep Jared Goff upright for the next ten years
  24. Carolina Panthers-WR James Washington, Oklahoma State: Panthers don’t have that home run threat at receiver Cam Newton can rely on

 

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