The great thing about NFL Mock Drafts is it’s one of the few things they can’t take away from us sports fans right now! To be honest I’m excited for our first ever Virtual NFL Draft, sure I’m going to miss Roger Goodell being booed, but the idea of these computer illiterate old school football guys trying to figure out video conferencing is going to lead to some hilarious side effects. Imagine explaining Zoom video settings to Dave Gettleman, good luck!
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|Joe Burrow aka the true 'Tiger King' is about to be unleashed on the league and hopefully for Bengals fans he turns into Joe Atomic as he destroys anhilates defenses.
|Ron Rivera has the Redskins switching to a 4-3 and Chase Young is exactly that kind of edge rusher you need when facing Carson Wentz and the much crappier Rayne Prescott and Daniel Jones.
|Lions need to win now and also have a big whole from the Darius Slay trade, Okudah is by all accounts the best CB in the draft.
|The Giants will overlook their glaring need at QB and go for the best tackle on the board, likely falling in love with combine superstar Tristan Wirfs.
|Chan Gailey came out of retirement to coach Miami's offense, and favors an athletic QB Justin Herbert seems like an ideal match in South Beach.
|The Chargers have already moved on from Philip Rivers and his 10 children, with Tyrod Tyalor already named starter for 2020 the Chargers can afford to take their time with Tua.
|He's getting comps to Reggie White and while my childhood will never be ruined if Derrick Brown signs in Green Bay the fact that he gets mentioned in the same sentence as White says it all.
|Every week on the DFS podcast we picked the TE facing Arizona's defense and now is there chance to kill our Draft Kings gold mine by drafting an athletic LB that can also play safety.
|The Jags appear to be tanking for Trevor Lawrence while still giving Minshew a final shot to revive some mania. Jay Gruden as the new OC would really enjoy having Jeudy while scheming up plays.
|The Browns actually did the smart thing in the off season and brough in OT Jack Conklin, they still need help on OL and 6' 5" stud Andrew Thomas seems like a can't miss, but somehow the Browns will fuck this up.
|Jets also need help at OL and will feel they got a steal here by selecting this SEC stud OT.
|The Raiders needed help at WR and signed veteran loser Nelson Agholor to their roster so they still need more help. Hard to imagine Jon Gruden passing on a WR with a 4.27 speed and unlike Agholor actually catches the ball.
|CB pick here could make sense here with Richard Sherman's best days behind him, but Kyle Shanahan will be going full on Gus Johnson sound byte if he can snag CeeDee Lamb.
|The Bucs pass defense was 30th last year in pass yards allowed per game and improving their secondary is a huge priority. Henderson is the full package, bringing size, speed and cover skills to a trouble TB defense.
|Denver addressed some offensive needs in free agency and adding Kinlaw to a DL that has Von Miller and Bradley Chubb returning for injury may give their Mahomey in KC something to worry about.
|Dan Quinn is hanging on by a thread in ATL, add a CB that can contribute year one can help the Falcons hang on in a super competitive NFC South.
|DE / OLB
|The Cowboys need some help on outside pass rush to go opposite of Demarcus Lawrence. One glaring issue with Chaisson is he doesn't have any major off the field issues so unclear if he will fit in with Randy Gregory and Aldon Smith.
|Herbert thrived behind a great Oregon OL and Miami needs to do everything they can to protect him long term, Jones will be a solid OT for years to come.
|Two things I'm sure of when it comes to Jon Gruden he loves QBs and very clearly hates Derek Carr. Gruden is on a 10 year deal and Love is the perfect passion project for Gruden who can help him "get his shit going mentally."
|The hot tub in the Jaguars stadium seems to make more sense then their overall strategy where they unloaded a ton of defensive talent last year and this offseason. They need a lot of help Queen is a good start at LB.
|Don't be shocked if the Eagles move up and get Ruggs, especially if he falls out of the top 12. The Eagles need help at WR and Jefferson had an amazing 2019 including a 4 TD game against OK in the playoffs.
|Stefon Diggs being sent to BUF the Vikings could really use a productive WR on a rookie contract and Tee Higgins fits that mold.
|Bill Belichick loves the TE position, so much so that he turned a blind eye to gigantic red flags with murdering sociopath Aaron Hernandez. Cole Kmet reminds me of Gronk if Gronk had the grades to get into Notre Dame.
|Saints moved on from Eli Apple and Jeff Gladney could be a great replacement. He brings foot speed and swager to a defense that is going to have it's hands full in the NFC South.
|With the Vikings likely losing Everson Griffen and his eight sacks, makes sense to take a pass rusher like
|Swift is a pretty bad ass name for a RB and he seems like the best on in this class. Three first round picks means using a one on a RB isn't an insane move.
|With Seahawks current Center in limbo, Ruiz makes a lot of sense, he's a 6' 3" 307 lb road grader which is perfect for the Seahawks who love to run the ball* (except on the goal line in the Super Bowl when I have Lynch as MVP at +400)
|Baltimore has a history of stud LBs and Murray could add a chapter of his own.
|If TEN expects to compete long term against teams like KC their pass defense needs to #TitanUp and Johnson can certainly help with that.
|Mims dominated at the Senior Bowl and specializes in jump balls and contested catches which is a perfect match for Aaron Rodgers who isn't afraid to throw to covered WRs.
|Xavier probably doesn't fall this far, but if he does the 49ers need help at safety and could be a steal.
|The Chiefs have the offensive side of the ball figured out but could definitely use some help at CB especially after losing Fuller.