Moorhead’s Final Mock Draft

Alright peasants listen up. The 2019 NFL Draft starts tomorrow at eight and you better have your DVR set because this year is going to be crazy. You know me and how I like my mock drafts as I have done three of them already. Well, it is now time to give you my finalized copy so hold on your hats as I polish my crown, put on my robe and provide you with the best of the best mocks that makes me king.

 

Arizona Cardinals

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Kyler Murray (QB/OKLA)

Explanation: For some reason. the Cardinals believe Murray is better than Rosen. Dumb decision, but it is theirs not mine.

San Francisco 49ers

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Nick Bosa (DE/OHIO ST)

Explanation: The 49ers would love to have a pass rush threat like Bosa to compliment having Buckner and Ford. This is finally what they have been looking for.

New York Jets

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Josh Allen (DE/UK)

Explanation: Allen is the perfect fit for the Jets as they are looking to build the defense with C.J. Mosley and Jamal Adams now. Allen is the best fit for New York.

Oakland Raiders

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Quinnen Williams (DT/BAMA)

Explanation: Quinnen Williams is one of the best players if not the best player in the 2019 draft. Look for Gruden and Oakland to capitalize and take him here.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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Devin White (LB/LSU)

Explanation: White is by far the best linebacker in the 2019 draft class. After losing Kwon Alexander to the 49ers, the Bucs will look to fill this position fast with White.

New York Giants

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Rashan Gary (DE/MICH)

Explanation: It is no secret that the Giants have stated they are taking a defensive player at the number six spot. Look for the spot to go to Gary out of Michigan who will add a dynamic pass rush to this Giants defense.

Jacksonville Jaguars

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T.J. Hockenson (TE/IOWA)

Explanation: Nick Foles is now the starting quarterback for the Jaguars. In my mind it was tied between protecting him and getting him weapons. A tight end fits best here in the form of Iowa tight end T.J. Hockenson.

Detroit Lions

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Montez Sweat (LB/MISS ST)

Explanation: The Detroit Lions have done pretty good things this offseason. Look for them to add a huge defensive piece in the form of Mississippi State linebacker Montez Sweat. he will make an immediate impact.

Buffalo Bills

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Jawaan Taylor (OT/FLA)

Explanation: The most important thing with getting Josh Allen as the franchise quarterback is protecting him. Look for them to grab at the offensive tackle position more importantly Jawaan Taylor.

Denver Broncos

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Dwayne Haskins (QB/OHIO ST)

Explanation: Elway is an idiot. Trading for Flacco and making him the starter is a dumb move. They will go quarterback here and the best for the job is Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins.

Cincinnati Bengals

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Devin Bush (LB/MICH)

Explanation: Their defense is butt and they need to replace Vontez Burfict. Look for Bush to get taken to replace him.

Green Bay Packers

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D.K. Metcalf (WR/MISS)

Explanation: Aaron Rodgers needs new weapons to throw the ball to. Honestly, why look no further than the best receiver in the 2019 class in D.K. Metcalf.

Miami Dolphins

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Jonah Williams (OT/BAMA)

Explanation: The Dolphins in my mind will tank this season, so look for them to get a quarterback next year. For now getting a piece to help out on the offensive line should do in Jonah Williams.

Atlanta Falcons

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Ed Oliver (DT/HOU)

Explanation: Atalanta gets a huge player here in the form of defensive tackle. Oliver at one point was talked about being the number one pick and now falls to Atlanta and after the struggling defense they had last year this should be a sigh of relief now.

Washington Redskins

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Brian Burns (DE/FSU)

Explanation: Burns is a very good defensive end who can pass rush very well. Look for Washington to capitalize and help their defense out with this one.

Carolina Panthers

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Greedy Williams (CB/LSU)

Explanation: The Carolina defense has seen better days as Luke Kuechly continues to be the one and only threatening force on that team. Look for them to add a key corner piece in Greedy Williams to do that.

New York Giants

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Drew Lock (QB/MIZZOU)

Explanation: The Giants need a quarterback and I don’t care what they say they aren’t getting three more years out of Eli Manning. They should take the next best option and probably the best quarterback in my mind in this class with Missouri quarterback Drew Lock.

Minnesota Vikings

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Andre Dillard (OT/WASH ST)

Explanation: Kirk Cousins had huge problems being pressured so have no fear a offensive tackle is here. Andre Dillard seems to be the best option in my mind for here.

Tennessee Titans

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Marquise Brown (WR/OKLA)

Explanation: Originally, I had him going to Baltimore, but this one might make more sense. He can provide that deep ball play guy that Mariota needs and use Davis and Humphries along with a returning Walker to play off each other and succeed.

Pittsburgh Steelers

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Byron Murphy (CB/WASH)

Explanation: Probably the most ready to play corner in the NFL in this draft class, Bryon Murphy provides stability and a change for the defense to do much better in 2019.

Seattle Seahawks

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Clelin Ferrell (DE/CLEM)

Explanation: Obviously, if they got rid of Frank Clark and the Seahawks will be in need of a new pass rusher. Clelin Ferrell would be the best option for Seattle to do and put the Clemson product to good use.

Baltimore Ravens

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N’Keal Harry (WR/ARIZ ST)

Explanation: Baltimore needs a wide receiver. Their best one is Willie Snead. In my best opinion N’Keal Harry could find a lot success in this Baltimore offense.

Houston Texans

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Cody Ford (OT/OKLA)

Explanation: 60 times. That is how many times Watson got sacked. The offensive line needs to be improved. Look for Cody Ford to be added to this struggling front to help Watson and the offense out.

Oakland Raiders

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Josh Jacobs (RB/BAMA)

Explanation: With news of Lynch going into retirement again, Oakland will need to find a replacement running back. Jacobs is hands down the best back of 2019 and should find a new home in Oakland.

Philadelphia Eagles

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Deandre Baker (CB/UGA)

Explanation: Baker finds himself being the last cornerback drafted in 2019 for the first round. He finds himself a home in Philly trying to help out their secondary.

Indianapolis Colts

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A.J. Brown (WR/MISS)

Explanation: The other wide receiver from Ole Miss gets drafted by the Colts here with the 26th pick. Look for this to help out both Andrew Luck and T.Y. Hilton.

Oakland Raiders

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Noah Fant (TE/IOWA)

Explanation: The Raiders add another big offensive piece with the amazing tight end prospect Noah Fant. The second of the Iowa tight ends will find success in Oakland catching balls from Carr.

Los Angeles Chargers

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Dexter Lawrence (DT/CLEM)

Explanation: Dexter Lawrence is a very good defensive tackle and I could see him finding big success for the Chargers. Look for the Clemson product to dominate in the division.

Seattle Seahawks

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Nasir Adderley (S/DELAWARE)

Explanation: For the Seahawk’s second pick they will go safety in the form of Nasir Adderly. Earl Thomas moved on and went to Baltimore so now they will have to find someone to fill that particular position.

Green Bay Packers

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Christian Wilkins (DT/CLEM)

Explanation: As good as the defense got in the offseason, something tells me they will add one final piece and pick up Clemson defensive tackle Christian Wilkins to solidify the defensive damage.

Los Angeles Rams

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Garrett Bradbury (C/NC ST)

Explanation: The Rams are pretty much set for next season already with both the offense and defense being very good. Look for them to add a position that could help if they need it in the center position with Garrett Bradbury.

New England Patriots

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Hakeem Butler (WR/IOWA ST)

Explanation: This explanation isn’t a hard one. The Patriots need help almost at every NFL position. It was between receiver and tight end for this one with receiver coming out as the victor. Then the best player available would be Iowa State wide receiver Hakeem Butler. If the cards are played right he could be an amazing player to double up with Demaryius Thomas.

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