1. Cleveland BrownsQB/ Josh Allen (Wyoming)

Barkley probably should be the pick here but the QB pool will diminish by pick four. He has a cannon and with Tyrod Taylor in the fold, he can sit for a year or two.

  1. NY GiantsQB/ Sam Darnold (USC)

Chances of the Giants being in the top 5 next draft is unlikely, grab Eli’s successor now.

  1. NY Jets– QB/ Josh Rosen (UCLA)

Some say he is the most polished QB in the field, Being from Los Angeles the stage in New York should be natural.

  1. Cleveland Browns: DE/ Bradley Chubb (NC State)

Everybody thinks Barkley has to be picked here but it is a passing league, pair him with Myles Garrett.. Scary.

  1. Denver Broncos: QB/Baker Mayfield (Oklahoma)

In my opinion, he is the best QB in the draft. If he was 6’3 he would probably be going first.

  1. Indianapolis Colts: G/Quenton Nelson (Notre Dame)

Arguably the second best player in the draft. Colts gave up the most sacks last season and Luck coming off injury. No brainer.

  1. Tampa Bay BuccaneersRB/ Saquon Barkley (Penn State)

The consensus number one player falls due to his position is devalued. Winston will smile about this.

  1. Chicago Bears: LB/ Tremaine Edwards (VA Tech)

Losing Jarrell Freeman in free agency opened a need. If Nelson or Barkley fell to them it would be a no brainer.

  1. San Francisco 49ers: DB/ Minkah Fitzpatrick (Alabama)

Best player in the draft if you asked me.  He can play every single defensive back position. Sherman could be a good mentor.

  1. Oakland Raiders: NT/ Vita Vea (Washington)

The pursue of Ndamukong Suh showed their priority of improving the interior. Freak athlete for a man his size.

  1. Miami Dolphins: CB/ Denzel Ward (Ohio State)

The defense needs improvement. Ward is the best pure cover corner in the draft.


  1. Buffalo Bills: QB/ Lamar Jackson (Louisville)

Explosive. Once becomes a complete pocket passer, watch out… He didn’t win the Heisman for no reason

  1. Washington Redskins: DT/Da’Ron Payne(Alabama)

They had a hard time stopping the run. He should help drastically.

  1. Green Bay Packers: LB/ Roquan Smith (Georgia)

Packers haven’t had a good defense in a few years. If it wasn’t for Rodgers they would have a lot more losses.

  1. Arizona Cardinals: S/ Derwin James (FSU)

Matheiu went to Houston in the offseason, this guy will be the perfect replacement

  1. Baltimore Ravens: WR/ Calvin Ridley (Alabama)

The passing game has been absolutely nonexistent for a few years. Ridley and Crabtree should  be a formidable 1-2 punch.

  1. LA Chargers: CB/ Josh Jackson (Iowa)

The front seven is one of the NFL’s best but secondary could be improved.

  1. Seattle Seahawks: DE/ Marcus Davenport (UTSA)

The Seahawks have lost a lot of players on defense, time to rebuild with young blood.

  1. Dallas Cowboys: LB/ Leighton Vander Esch (Boise State)

They’ve needed help defensively for years. He is a tackling machine.

  1. Detroit Lions: DT/ Taven Bryan

Offense has tools to be top scoring, but Stafford can’t win a shootout every week. Build inside out.

  1.  Cincinnati Bengals: C/ James Daniels (Iowa)

Free agency hasn’t been kind to their O-line, He can be the anchor of the line from the start.

  1. Buffalo Bills: OL/ Isaiah Wynn

If they stay put they have to take the best offensive lineman available. Wood and Incognito retired, Glenn was traded. Disastrous situation.

  1. New England Patriots: QBMason Rudolph (Oklahoma State)

Garoppolo is in California now, probably time to find the next one right?

  1. Carolina PanthersDE/ Sam Hubbard (Ohio State)

Peppers isn’t getting younger, they will be drafting depth now and successor later.

  1. Tennessee Titans: EDGEHarold Landry (Boston College)

Orakpo and Morgan are getting up there in age. Future rusher for the likes of Luck and Watson.

  1. Atlanta Falcons: WR/ Courtland Sutton (SMU)

They need depth at this position and defensive line. I doubt they pass on another gamebreaker for Ryan.

  1. New Orleans SaintsCB/ Jaire Alexander (Louisville)

The defense was solid last season but was it a mirage? It wouldn’t hurt to get depth considering the division.

  1. Pittsburgh Steelers: LB/ Rashaan Evans (Alabama)

Ryan Shazier won’t play in 2018. If he does come back you could place these two side by side.

  1. Jacksonville Jaguars: WR/ D.J. Moore (Maryland)

Allen Robinson is in Chicago, Hurns in Dallas, they have to find a true number one target for Bortles.

  1. Minnesota Vikings: G/ Will Hernandez (UTEP)

They just signed Kirk Cousins to the first guaranteed contract in history, it would behoove them to keep him upright.

  1. New England Patriots: OT/ Kolton Miller (UCLA)

Nate Solder signed with the Giants so Tom Brady needs a new blind-side protector

  1. Philadelphia Eagles: DT/ Maurice Hurst (Michigan)

One of the deepest defensive lines got deeper. Hurst falls to the champs because of a heart issue discovered at the combine.



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