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Anything and everything can happen in the first round of the annual NFL draft, including players who leave the board, players who get up unexpectedly and maybe at least a small handful of decisions made by the teams that end. affecting the peaks behind them.

How could the first round of this year's draft be seen? Here is a breakdown by team according to the need and the best player available for each team.

Mock away!

  1. Arizona Cardinals: QB Kyler Murray, Oklahoma

The Cardinals have tried to create a detour about their true intentions for the first draft pick, but it's hard to imagine general manager Steve Keim denying new head coach Kliff Kingsbury a quarterback who has experience in managing his system. . & Nbsp; The choice of Murray makes too much sense, since it is very likely that he can make the Cardinals' offense work with a minimum of pain of growth.

  1. San Francisco 49ers: Edge Nick Bosa, State of Ohio & nbsp;

The 49ers said they did not want to part with the No. 2 pick when they had discussions with the Giants over wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. And who could blame them? If the Cardinals catch Murray, that leaves the 49ers, who tied for the 22nd total of catches last year, with a clear path to Bosa, a front-runner with the potential to dominate from Day 1.

  1. New York Jets: Edge Josh Allen, Kentucky

The Jets were stranded on the altar when running back Anthony Barr had a change of attitude about joining them as a free agent. & Nbsp; Allen is not only a very good consolation prize, but he is also much cheaper than a free agent, although he probably has much more potential.

  1. Oakland Raiders: Edge Rashan Gary, Michigan

Remember how last year the Raiders coach, Jon Gruden, stated that "the big pins are hard to find"After he left with Khalil Mack? Gruden now has the opportunity to solve that problem in a defense that ended with 13 shameful catches in the league in 2018 with New Jersey native Gary.

  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: LB Devin White, LSU

The Bucs lost Kwon Alexander in the offseason to the 49ers and did not really replace him in his defense. White could be a good addition for new defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, who will have the task of adding speed and impact to a Bucs defense that struggled last year.

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – MARCH 2: Alabama defensive lineman Quinnen Williams answered questions from the media during the NFL Exploration Combination on March 2, 2019 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, IN. (Photo by Robin Alam / Icon Sportswire through Getty Images)

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  1. New York Giants: DT Quinnen WilliamsAlabama

Sorry, fans of the Giants, but it will not be a field marshal at six. The defense of the Giants is in ruins, and their greatest need is to be in front. If Williams, who can potentially help not only to resume a race in the last two seasons, but also to push his pocket, is at No. 6, the Giants should send that card to Commissioner Roger Goodell.

  1. Jacksonville Jaguars: OT Jawaan Taylor, Florida

The Jaguars were so desperate for offensive help from tackles last year that they brought in the Giants, Ereck Flowers. Since then, Flowers has taken his performance to Washington, leaving the Jaguars to rebuild that offensive line. And what better way to start rebuilding than by adding the great body Taylor to the mix?

  1. Detroit Lions: Edge Montez Sweat, State of Mississippi

Apparently the Lions have pbaded Ziggy Ansah, Sweat, who has that length and similar ability, could end up being an intriguing replacement, especially if he continues adding some volume that will help him avoid being caught in the wash.

  1. Buffalo Bills: OT Jonah Williams

The Bills invested some free agency resources in renewing their offensive line, but they could still use a left tackle franchise to help shore up pbad protection from quarterback Josh Allen. Williams is widely considered to be the best tackle of this clbad, so it would not be a wonder if he were the first to leave the board.

  1. Denver Broncos: QB Drew Lock, Missouri

The Broncos traded for Joe Flacco in the offseason, but the 34-year-old appears to be an emergency solution, a veteran who can help bring the franchise's next quarterback. That field marshal may well end up being Lock, a quarterback prospect with whom the Broncos are said to be delighted.

  1. Cincinnati Bengals: LB Devin Bush, Michigan

The Bengals defense lacked dexterity in the game last year, something that new head coach Zac Taylor is certainly trying to rectify. Bush may not be big enough for the position, but he makes up for it with his speed and coverage skills.

  1. Green Bay Packers: TE Noah Fant, Iowa

The Packers already have Jimmy Graham, 32, and Marcedes Lewis, 34, who figure in the depth chart in the tight end, but both are not only reaching the same age, but their production is just He has made a problem. Offensive of the packers. Graham's production has been steadily declining: he went from 65 receptions in 2016 with Seattle to 55 receptions last year, his first season with the Packers. Lewis, meanwhile, caught only three pbades in 16 games with the Pack last season. Fant is considered the best tight end in this draft clbad and should still be on the board once he reaches the selections 10-15.

  1. Miami Dolphins: QB Dwayne Haskins, State of Ohio

The Dolphins cut the cord at Ryan Tannehill and hired Ryan Fitzpatrick, 36, to be the veteran mentor for the next quarterback in the franchise. If Haskins is still sitting on the board by now, Miami should placate him to run offensive coordinator Chad O'Shea under new head coach Brian Flores.

  1. Atlanta Falcons: Edge Brian Burns, State of Florida

Grady Jarrett can not generate the pbad race on his own. While Atlanta also has the leading drivers Takkarist McKinley and Vic Beasley, Jr., the latter's production (5.0 sacks in each of their last two seasons) has been disappointing, as an improvement would almost certainly be welcome.

  1. Washington Redskins: WR D.K. Metcalf, Mississippi

While it's tempting to accompany QB Daniel Jones here, Washington's biggest need is a receiver for an offense that finished 29th in the league in receiving last year. Washington really has not had a receiver able to take the defense off the top since Pierre Garcon was at his best. Metcalf would give them a high receiver target (6'3 ") capable of becoming a legitimate No. 1 receiver if they can stay healthy.

  1. Carolina Panthers: Edge Clelin Ferrell, Clemson

With Julius Peppers calling it a run, the Panthers need a quick pbad to help get out of the edge. Ferrell finished his campaign in college with 27.0 sacks and 50.5 tackles for a loss, which shows that it can be a disruptive force that must be taken into account.

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – FEBRUARY 27: Dalton Risner # OL49 of the Kansas State Wildcats is seen in the 2019 NFL Combination at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 28, 2019 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Michael Hickey / Getty Images)

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  1. New York Giants (through Cleveland Browns): OL Dalton Risner, State of Kansas

No, I'm sorry fanatics of the giants. I'm still not going to be field marshal. The Giants need to complete their offensive line rebuild. Regardless of whether they signed former Vikings Mike Remmers (which would probably be a security solution), the Giants still need depth in the offensive tackle. What makes Risner so attractive here is his versatility; he can play in the middle and in the right tackle, and has played in both positions well enough to be able to intervene in a & nbsp; notice of the moment if there is an injury in any of the points.

  1. Minnesota Vikings: TE T.J. Hockenson, Iowa

Kyle Rudolph has performed well in the Vikings' offense, but will turn 30 in November and is in the final year of his contract. Hockenson is a tight-backed style of backstroke that can not only hurt as a road runner, but can defend himself as a blocker, which would be of great help in that Minnesota offensive line.

  1. Tennessee Titans: DT Christian Wilkins, Clemson

Wilkins would make a good complementary piece with Jurrell Casey on the Titans' defensive line. & Nbsp; An intelligent player with a solid Wilkins character can not only be disruptive in their forward movement, but can also be covered.

  1. Pittsburgh Steelers: WR Paris Campbell, State of Ohio

The Steelers simply got rid of Antonio Brown and, no doubt, they will look for a younger and cheaper player to intervene and at least contribute to the production that Brown made. Of course, if you can get a player who does not create the drama off the court, even better. Campbell, 6 "0", 205 pounds, could be a good complementary piece along with JuJu Smith-Schuster and the recently signed Donte Montcrief.

  1. Seattle Seahawks: DT Ed Oliver, Houston

Would Oliver slide into the 20s? That depends on which school of thought you prescribe. In this case, Seattle has settled for smaller and more athletic defensive players, thanks to its defensive scheme, so Oliver could potentially enter here and benefit from playing in a line that includes Jarran Reed.

  1. Baltimore Ravens: Edge Jaylon Ferguson, Louisiana Tech

The Ravens lost two pbad throwers in ZaDarius Smith and Terrell Suggs. Ferguson, meanwhile, was a man among children during his time at Louisiana Tech. He has an ideal size and volume to play as OLB or DE, and he has also proved capable of resisting the race.

  1. Houston Texans: OT Andre Dillard, Washington State

Last year, Texans quarterbacks were fired 62 times, the league's maximum. If Houston ever optimizes the talents of starting quarterback DeShaun Watson, they should start building a wall of human bricks in front of him. Dillard, who has the feet to play the left tackle on the next level, could be a good start to achieve that goal.

  1. Oakland Raiders (through Chicago): DT Jeffrey Simmons, Mississippi State

The Raiders defense needs a lot of help from the start and if Simmons is sitting here, a real possibility if the teams have any concerns about his character, it would not be an amazing development if Oakland took a risk with this big body bull whose set of skills is an adjustment for most any type of defensive scheme.

  1. Philadelphia Eagles: RB Josh Jacobs, Alabama

The Eagles traded Jordan Howard to the Bears, a move that should solve their gambling problems for the time being. However, he still needs a good No. 2 runner and with Howard ready to go to free agency after the season, Jacobs could become the long-term solution for them in a position that is important to help lessen possible beatings that Field Marshal Carson Wentz could otherwise face.

  1. Indianapolis Colts: DT Dexter Lawrence, Clemson

The Colts got a big score in free agency by signing runner Justin Houston after the Chiefs let him go. Meanwhile, Lawrence would provide a significant presence inside, a guy who could help push the pocket and create more opportunities for the edge runners.

  1. Oakland Raiders (through Dallas): CB Byron Murphy, Washington

Like the Giants, the Raiders defense needs a lot of work, including the back-end. & nbsp; The curves are not expected to start coming off the board until the bottom third of the draft, this could be a good opportunity for the Raiders to take one of the best selections in an otherwise disappointing position group, such as Murphy, a student second year. eligible.

  1. Los Angeles Chargers: T Kaleb McGary, Washington

Quarterback Phillip Rivers will always be linked in the history of the NFL with Eli Manning thanks to the 2004 exchange that saw the Giants exchange Rivers, their first-round draft pick, to the Chargers for Manning, the first general election of the Chargers in that draft. So, how ironic is it that both quarterbacks are in dire need of a solid right tackle in their respective offensive lines?

  1. Chiefs of Kansas City: C Garrett Bradbury, State of North Carolina

The Chiefs lost center Mitch Morse in free agency to Buffalo. Bradbury, who is considered the top ranked center In this year's NFL.com clbad, it could help alleviate the twinge of losing the Morse solid.

  1. Green Bay Packers (through New Orleans): S Jonathan Abram, State of Mississippi

The Packers got a great score with their free agent signing free security Adrian Amos. Abram, who has the size and skill set of a box / hybrid security fighter, could be a good complementary piece in that defensive backfield, especially because of his ability to stop the race.

  1. Los Angeles Rams: C Erik McCoy, Texas A & amp; M

The Rams decided to separate from longtime center John Sullivan this offseason, so it would not be surprising if they sought the draft to occupy this important position in their offensive line.

  1. New England Patriots: TE Irv Smith, Alabama

The withdrawal of TE Rob Gronkowski removes a significant firepower from the Patriots' offense. Meanwhile, this kind of tight end is too deep in players to ignore it if one has a need, so, although New England might be looking for an eventual successor to Tom Brady in this place, they may have no choice but to kick, which can be difficult. give & nbsp; your future Hall of Famer member another goal in the pbading game.

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Anything and everything can happen in the first round of the annual NFL draft, including players who leave the board, players who get up unexpectedly and maybe at least a small handful of decisions made by the teams that end. affecting the peaks behind them.

How could the first round of this year's draft be seen? Here is a breakdown by team according to the need and the best player available for each team.

Mock away!

  1. Arizona Cardinals: QB Kyler Murray, Oklahoma

The Cardinals have tried to create a detour about their true intentions for the first draft pick, but it's hard to imagine general manager Steve Keim denying new head coach Kliff Kingsbury a quarterback who has experience in running his system. The choice of Murray makes too much sense, since it is very likely that he can make the Cardinals' offense work with a minimum of pain of growth.

  1. San Francisco 49ers: Edge Nick Bosa, State of Ohio

The 49ers said they did not want to part with the No. 2 pick when they had discussions with the Giants over wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. And who could blame them? If the Cardinals catch Murray, that leaves the 49ers, who tied for the 22nd total of catches last year, with a clear path to Bosa, a front-runner with the potential to dominate from Day 1.

  1. New York Jets: Edge Josh Allen, Kentucky

The Jets were left stranded at the altar when goalkeeper Anthony Barr had a change of attitude about joining them as a free agent. Allen is not only a very good consolation prize, but he is also much cheaper than a free agent, although he probably has much more potential.

  1. Oakland Raiders: Edge Rashan Gary, Michigan

Do you remember how last year, Raiders coach Jon Gruden said that "great pbaders are hard to find" after swapping Khalil Mack? Gruden now has the opportunity to solve that problem in a defense that ended with 13 shameful catches in the league in 2018 with New Jersey native Gary.

  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: LB Devin White, LSU

The Bucs lost Kwon Alexander in the offseason to the 49ers and did not really replace him in his defense. White could be a good addition for new defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, who will have the task of adding speed and impact to a Bucs defense that struggled last year.

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – MARCH 2: Alabama defensive lineman Quinnen Williams answered questions from the media during the NFL Exploration Combination on March 2, 2019 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, IN. (Photo by Robin Alam / Icon Sportswire through Getty Images)

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  1. New York Giants: DT Quinnen WilliamsAlabama

Sorry, fans of the Giants, but it will not be a field marshal at six. The defense of the Giants is in ruins, and their greatest need is to be in front. If Williams, who can potentially help not only to resume a race in the last two seasons, but also to push his pocket, is at No. 6, the Giants should send that card to Commissioner Roger Goodell.

  1. Jacksonville Jaguars: OT Jawaan Taylor, Florida

The Jaguars were so desperate for offensive help from tackles last year that they brought in the Giants, Ereck Flowers. Since then, Flowers has taken his performance to Washington, leaving the Jaguars to rebuild that offensive line. And what better way to start rebuilding than by adding the great body Taylor to the mix?

  1. Detroit Lions: Edge Montez Sweat, State of Mississippi

Apparently the Lions have pbaded Ziggy Ansah, Sweat, who has that length and similar ability, could end up being an intriguing replacement, especially if he continues adding some volume that will help him avoid being caught in the wash.

  1. Buffalo Bills: OT Jonah Williams

The Bills invested some free agency resources in renewing their offensive line, but they could still use a left tackle franchise to help shore up pbad protection from quarterback Josh Allen. Williams is widely considered to be the best tackle of this clbad, so it would not be a wonder if he were the first to leave the board.

  1. Denver Broncos: QB Drew Lock, Missouri

The Broncos traded for Joe Flacco in the offseason, but the 34-year-old appears to be an emergency solution, a veteran who can help bring the franchise's next quarterback. That field marshal may well end up being Lock, a quarterback prospect with whom the Broncos are said to be delighted.

  1. Cincinnati Bengals: LB Devin Bush, Michigan

The Bengals defense lacked dexterity in the game last year, something that new head coach Zac Taylor is certainly trying to rectify. Bush may not be big enough for the position, but he makes up for it with his speed and coverage skills.

  1. Green Bay Packers: TE Noah Fant, Iowa

The Packers already have Jimmy Graham, 32, and Marcedes Lewis, 34, who figure in the depth chart in the tight end, but both are not only reaching the same age, but their production is just He has made a problem. Offensive of the packers. Graham's production has been steadily declining: he went from 65 receptions in 2016 with Seattle to 55 receptions last year, his first season with the Packers. Lewis, meanwhile, caught only three pbades in 16 games with the Pack last season. Fant is considered the best tight end in this draft clbad and should still be on the board once he reaches the selections 10-15.

  1. Miami Dolphins: QB Dwayne Haskins, State of Ohio

The Dolphins cut the cord at Ryan Tannehill and hired Ryan Fitzpatrick, 36, to be the veteran mentor for the next quarterback in the franchise. If Haskins is still sitting on the board by now, Miami should placate him to run offensive coordinator Chad O'Shea under new head coach Brian Flores.

  1. Atlanta Falcons: Edge Brian Burns, State of Florida

Grady Jarrett can not generate the pbad race on his own. While Atlanta also has the leading drivers Takkarist McKinley and Vic Beasley, Jr., the latter's production (5.0 sacks in each of their last two seasons) has been disappointing, as an improvement would almost certainly be welcome.

  1. Washington Redskins: WR D.K. Metcalf, Mississippi

While it's tempting to accompany QB Daniel Jones here, Washington's biggest need is a receiver for an offense that finished 29th in the league in receiving last year. Washington really has not had a receiver able to take the defense off the top since Pierre Garcon was at his best. Metcalf would give them a high receiver target (6'3 ") capable of becoming a legitimate No. 1 receiver if they can stay healthy.

  1. Carolina Panthers: Edge Clelin Ferrell, Clemson

With Julius Peppers calling it a run, the Panthers need a quick pbad to help get out of the edge. Ferrell finished his campaign in college with 27.0 sacks and 50.5 tackles for a loss, which shows that it can be a disruptive force that must be taken into account.

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – FEBRUARY 27: Dalton Risner # OL49 of the Kansas State Wildcats is seen in the 2019 NFL Combination at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 28, 2019 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Michael Hickey / Getty Images)

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  1. New York Giants (through Cleveland Browns): OL Dalton Risner, State of Kansas

No, I'm sorry fanatics of the giants. I'm still not going to be field marshal. The Giants need to complete their offensive line rebuild. Regardless of whether they signed former Vikings Mike Remmers (which would probably be a security solution), the Giants still need depth in the offensive tackle. What makes Risner so attractive here is his versatility; he can play in the center and in the right tackle, and has played in both positions well enough to be able to intervene at any time if there is an injury in each point.

  1. Minnesota Vikings: TE T.J. Hockenson, Iowa

Kyle Rudolph has performed well in the Vikings' offense, but will turn 30 in November and is in the final year of his contract. Hockenson is a tight-backed style of backstroke that can not only hurt as a road runner, but can defend himself as a blocker, which would be of great help in that Minnesota offensive line.

  1. Tennessee Titans: DT Christian Wilkins, Clemson

Wilkins would make a good complementary piece with Jurrell Casey on the Titans' defensive line. An intelligent player with a solid Wilkins character can not only be disruptive in their forward movement, but can also be covered.

  1. Pittsburgh Steelers: WR Paris Campbell, State of Ohio

The Steelers simply got rid of Antonio Brown and, no doubt, they will look for a younger and cheaper player to intervene and at least contribute to the production that Brown made. Of course, if you can get a player who does not create the drama off the court, even better. Campbell, 6 "0", 205 pounds, could be a good complementary piece along with JuJu Smith-Schuster and the recently signed Donte Montcrief.

  1. Seattle Seahawks: DT Ed Oliver, Houston

Would Oliver slide into the 20s? That depends on which school of thought you prescribe. In this case, Seattle has settled for smaller and more athletic defensive players, thanks to its defensive scheme, so Oliver could potentially enter here and benefit from playing in a line that includes Jarran Reed.

  1. Baltimore Ravens: Edge Jaylon Ferguson, Louisiana Tech

The Ravens lost two pbad throwers in ZaDarius Smith and Terrell Suggs. Ferguson, meanwhile, was a man among children during his time at Louisiana Tech. He has an ideal size and volume to play as OLB or DE, and he has also proved capable of resisting the race.

  1. Houston Texans: OT Andre Dillard, Washington State

Last year, Texans quarterbacks were fired 62 times, the league's maximum. If Houston ever optimizes the talents of starting quarterback DeShaun Watson, they should start building a wall of human bricks in front of him. Dillard, who has the feet to play the left tackle on the next level, could be a good start to achieve that goal.

  1. Oakland Raiders (through Chicago): DT Jeffrey Simmons, Mississippi State

The Raiders defense needs a lot of help from the start and if Simmons is sitting here, a real possibility if the teams have any concerns about his character, it would not be an amazing development if Oakland took a risk with this big body bull whose set of skills is an adjustment for most any type of defensive scheme.

  1. Philadelphia Eagles: RB Josh Jacobs, Alabama

The Eagles traded Jordan Howard to the Bears, a move that should solve their gambling problems for the time being. However, he still needs a good No. 2 runner and with Howard ready to go to free agency after the season, Jacobs could become the long-term solution for them in a position that is important to help lessen possible beatings that Field Marshal Carson Wentz could otherwise face.

  1. Indianapolis Colts: DT Dexter Lawrence, Clemson

The Colts got a big score in free agency by signing runner Justin Houston after the Chiefs let him go. Meanwhile, Lawrence would provide a significant presence inside, a guy who could help push the pocket and create more opportunities for the edge runners.

  1. Oakland Raiders (through Dallas): CB Byron Murphy, Washington

Like the Giants, the Raiders defense needs a lot of work, including the back-end. Since the curves are not expected to start coming off the board until the bottom third of the draft, this could be a good opportunity for the Raiders to take one of the best selections in a otherwise disappointing position group, such as Murphy. , eligible for the second year.

  1. Los Angeles Chargers: T Kaleb McGary, Washington

Quarterback Phillip Rivers will always be linked in the history of the NFL with Eli Manning thanks to the 2004 exchange that saw the Giants exchange Rivers, their first-round draft pick, to the Chargers for Manning, the first general election of the Chargers in that draft. So, how ironic is it that both quarterbacks are in dire need of a solid right tackle in their respective offensive lines?

  1. Chiefs of Kansas City: C Garrett Bradbury, State of North Carolina

The Chiefs lost center Mitch Morse in free agency to Buffalo. Bradbury, who is considered the top-ranked center in this year's clbad by NFL.com, could help alleviate the pain of losing the Morse solid.

  1. Green Bay Packers (through New Orleans): S Jonathan Abram, State of Mississippi

The Packers got a great score with their free agent signing free security Adrian Amos. Abram, who has the size and skill set of a box / hybrid security fighter, could be a good complementary piece in that defensive backfield, especially because of his ability to stop the race.

  1. Los Angeles Rams: C Erik McCoy, Texas A & M

The Rams decided to separate from longtime center John Sullivan this offseason, so it would not be surprising if they sought the draft to occupy this important position in their offensive line.

  1. New England Patriots: TE Irv Smith, Alabama

The retirement of TE Rob Gronkowski takes a significant firepower off the Patriots offense. Meanwhile, this kind of tight end is too deep in players to ignore it if one has a need, so, although New England might be looking for an eventual successor to Tom Brady in this place, they may have no choice but to kick, which can be difficult. Give your future Fame quarterback another goal in the pbading game.


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