1. Arizona Cardinals-Kyler Murray-Quarterback-Oklahoma
The Cardinals finally put the draft’s worst kept secret to bed and select Kyler Murray.
2. San Francisco 49ers-Nick Bosa-Defensive End-Ohio State
It’s a no-brainer for the 49ers to pounce on arguably the best player available in this year’s draft.
3. New York Jets-Jawaan Taylor-Offensive Tackle-Florida
The Jets feel that they have their quarterback of the future in Sam Darnold, and thus it is time for them to protect his blind side.
4. Oakland Raiders-Quinnen Williams-Defensive Tackle-Alabama
Saying that the Raiders defense in 2018 was abysmal would be a gross understatement as their head coach Jon Gruden will be focusing on improving that side of the football this weekend.
5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers-Jonah Williams-Offensive Tackle-Alabama
The Bucs are committed to Jameis Winston as their starting quarterback, so why not protect him up front?
6. New York Giants-Josh Allen-Defensive End/Outside Linebacker-Kentucky
The Giants could be tempted to go for a quarterback here, but their general manager Dave Gettleman also needs to improve the team’s pass rush.
7. Jacksonville Jaguars-D.K. Metcalf-Wide Receiver-Ole Miss
The Jags spent big bucks this off-season to sign quarterback Nick Foles, and now it is time to give him someone to throw the football to.
8. Detroit Lions-Andre Dillard-Offensive Tackle-Washington State
Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford has been sacked 87 times over the last two years which is not a winning recipe.
9. Buffalo Bills-Cody Ford-Guard-Oklahoma
The Bills will be committed to running the football in 2019, so why not pick up the best guard in this year’s draft?
10. Denver Broncos-Ed Oliver-Defensive Tackle-Houston
John Elway could be tempted to take a quarterback here, but the pass rushing skills of Ed Oliver are too good to pass on.
11. Cincinnati Bengals-Devin White-Middle Linebacker-LSU
The Bengals get one of the best playmakers available in this draft class.
12. Green Bay Packers-Montez Sweat-Defensive End/Outside Linebacker-Mississippi State
One thing that the Packers were lacking in 2018 was a disrupting pass rusher.
13. Miami Dolphins-Dwayne Haskins-Quarterback-Ohio State
If Dwayne Haskins falls out of the top ten, the Dolphins won’t let allow him to get past them at lucky 13.
14. Atlanta Falcons-Rashan Gary-Defensive Tackle-Michigan
The Falcons were 28th in the NFL in total defense last season and they need more beef up front.
15.Washington Redskins-Drew Lock-Quarterback-Missouri
Alex Smith may never play again, while Case Keenum is not the long term answer at quarterback in Washington which makes Drew Lock the obvious choice here.
16. Carolina Panthers-T.J. Hockenson-Tight End-Iowa
Injuries and age are catching up to Greg Olsen as it is time for the Panthers to find his heir apparent.
17. New York Giants (via Cleveland Browns)-Christian Wilkins-Defensive Tackle-Clemson
The Giants could once again be tempted to take a quarterback, but the athleticism of Christian Wilkins is too good to pass on.
18. Minnesota Vikings-Kaleb McGary-Offensive Tackle-Washington
When the Vikings made the NFC Championship Game in 2017, their offensive line played with a chip on their shoulders. The Vikings got away from that last year, but they could be ready to revive an old formula in 2019.
19. Tennessee Titans-Dexter Lawrence-Defensive Tackle-Clemson
If Dexter Lawrence can put last year’s failed drug test behind him, this could be the steal of the draft.
20. Pittsburgh Steelers-Noah Fant-Tight End-Iowa
The Steelers just gave quarterback Ben Roethlisberger an extension which makes this the right time for them to improve the arsenal around him on offense.
21. Seattle Seahawks-Clelin Ferrell-Defensive End-Clemson
The Seahawks just traded defensive end Frank Clark to the Chiefs, and head coach Pete Carroll won’t waste anytime finding his replacement.
22. Baltimore Ravens-Devin Bush-Inside Linebacker-Michigan
The Ravens were decimated at the linebacker position this off-season, but Devin Bush will fill a void and make an impact right away in Baltimore.
23. Houston Texans-Jeffery Simmons-Defensive Tackle-Mississippi State
The Texans front seven is already loaded, and they get another menace in Jeffery Simmons.
24. Oakland Raiders (via the Chicago Bears)-Brian Burns-Defensive End-Florida State
If the Raiders don’t trade this pick, Gruden will continue with his theme of beefing up the defense.
25. Philadelphia Eagles-Garrett Bradbury-Guard-North Carolina State
The rich get richer as the Eagles add to one of the NFL’s best offensive lines.
26. Indianapolis Colts-Marquise “Hollywood” Brown-Oklahoma
Andrew Luck is back to being Andrew Luck; now the Colts have to get him more talent at the wide receiver position.
27.Oakland Raiders (via the Dallas Cowboys)-Greedy Williams-Cornerback-LSU
If Greedy Williams is available here, Jon Gruden will not pass on him.
28. Los Angeles Chargers-Jerry Tillery-Defensive Tackle-Notre Dame
Drafting Jerry Tillery could give the Chargers the opportunity to have their best defensive line since the late 1970’s with the likes of Fred Dean and Gary “Big Hands” Johnson.
29. Seattle Seahawks (via the Kansas City Chiefs)-Nasir Adderley-Safety-Delaware
Slowly and steadily Pete Carroll is putting together the second coming of “The Legion of Boom”.
30. Green Bay Packers (via the New Orleans Saints)-A.J. Brown-Wide Receiver-Ole Miss
The Packers are still committed to Aaron Rodgers at quarterback, and thus he needs an explosive receiver to throw the football to.
31. Los Angeles Rams-Dalton Risner-Offensive Tackle
The Rams have a veteran offensive line, and Dalton Risner could be the infusion of youth that they need.
32. New England Patriots-N’Keal Harry-Wide Receiver-Arizona State
It’s been awhile since a defending Super Bowl Champion headed into the draft with so many holes to plug, but that is what these Patriots will be dealing with in Nashville.