The Super Bowl is, like, old news. Well, that and totally free agency, the future of Tom Brady, a potential brand-new cumulative bargaining arrangement, and agreements for big-name gamers like Drew Brees, Dak Prescott, Amari Cooper, Jadeveon Clowney, and Byron Jones
However who are we joking, the draft is what matters one of the most. So this week, with draft season officially underway, we take a look at what could occur in the first two rounds, with a possible twist developing with the No. 1 pick.
1. Cincinnati Bengals: Joe Burrow, QB, LSU
Former Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer stated Cincinnati never ever really tried to win a Super Bowl. The deeper connection in between the 2 is that Carson Palmer’s brother, Jordan Palmer, is training Burrow in the pre-draft process.
2. Washington: Chase Young, DE, Ohio State
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3. Detroit Lions: Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn
This week, it’s Brown, the brutish protective lineman who pushes blockers around with ease.
4. New York Giants: Jedrick Wills, OT, Alabama
Wills is a pro-ready run blocker, which is an advantage for a franchise that took a running back with the 2nd total choice in the draft 2 years ago. And while he’s not rather as accomplished as a pass blocker, Wills’ athleticism leads you to think he ought to establish just fine in that location.
5. Miami Dolphins: Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama
The Dolphins require Tagovailoa, even if he sits a season behind Ryan Fitzpatrick. The concern is whether they’ll take him at No. 5. With three first-round choices this year, the Dolphins have a lot of ammo to do whatever they want.
6. Los Angeles Chargers: Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa
Let’s go complete weird with this one and state the Chargers in some way land Tom Brady. It’s absurd, obviously, but NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport drifted the possibility If that holds true, the Chargers could wait yet again to prepare a quarterback early. Landing Wirfs would be smart. He can move right into the right tackle area and lastly resolve the problematic position for the Chargers.
7. Carolina Panthers: Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson
The Panthers have had either or both of Thomas Davis and Luke Kuechly at linebacker given that 2005, now Carolina goes into the offseason requiring to attend to the position. Davis left last year and Kuechly stunned people by retiring on Jan. 14 Simmons, while not a conventional middle linebacker, would make for a nice partnership with Shaq Thompson
8. Arizona Cardinals: Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville
9. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State
If Okudah drops this far, the Jaguars would hand down offensive and defensive linemen for him. Okudah is a day one starter, which the Jaguars require at cornerback. Besides A.J. Bouye, Jacksonville does not have much at the position.
10 Cleveland Browns: Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia
The Browns require a player like Thomas. In the 2 years considering that Joe Thomas retired, the Browns have been an inconsistent mess at left tackle. Andrew Thomas is probably the best pure left deal with in this draft, and he would assist start a Cleveland offense that was spotty last season.
11 New York City Jets: Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama
12 Las Vegas Raiders: Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon
If the Raiders decide to proceed from Derek Carr this offseason, they could start their era in Las Vegas with a rookie quarterback. It’s never ever been Jon Gruden’s nature to depend on rookie quarterbacks, however he may not be able to withstand an athletic 6′ 6 signal caller.
13 Indianapolis Colts: CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma
If Ruggs is the very first pass receiver taken, it will cause a cause and effect with the next couple of pass receivers after him. Even if Lamb gets jumped over by someone else, it’s tough to see him falling outside the top15 The Colts might be a landing area as they want to add a getting weapon to pair with T.Y. Hilton Now if just they might find someone to throw the ball.
14 Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina
The Buccaneers might have just taken Vita Vea in the first round 2 years ago and allowed the fewest rushing lawns per game last season, however they might be in requirement of a defensive lineman. Tampa has a number of totally free representatives up front, consisting of interior linemen Beau Allen and Ndamukong Suh, and edge gamers Shaq Barrett and Carl Nassib.
15 Denver Broncos: Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama
Even if they don’t get Ruggs, the Broncos would succeed with another Alabama wide receiver in this draft. Jeudy isn’t the flashiest, but he’s a constant receiver who makes protective backs look foolish with his quick cuts on routes.
16 Atlanta Falcons: A.J. Epenesa, DE, Iowa
If Epenesa had better sack numbers last season, his draft buzz may be louder. But after being asked to set the edge and play the run more, he proved his worth as a well-rounded defensive end.
17 Dallas Cowboys: Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama
McKinney over LSU’s Grant Delpit might appear unexpected, but the sensation on this year’s two top securities might go back-and-forth in the lead as much as the draft. McKinney is a capable protection security and in nickel circumstances will come down and play linebacker. While he’s not quite on Simmons’ level in that regard, McKinney’s skill set is appealing.
18 Miami Dolphins (via Pittsburgh Steelers): Josh Jones, OT, Houston
With 6 choices in the top 70, the Dolphins have an opportunity to restore their whole franchise this offseason. Matching Tagovailoa with a left take on like Jones would provide Miami an identity on offense.
19 Las Vegas Raiders (by means of Chicago Bears): Laviska Shenault Jr., WR, Colorado
20 Jacksonville Jaguars: (through Los Angeles Rams): Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson
After DJ Chark, Jacksonville’s wide receivers are confusing. Chris Conley, the group’s second-leading receiver, captured just 47 of 90 targets this season, which is miserable. Dede Westbrook has captured 66 hands down 101 targets in each of the last two seasons, but only averaged 10 lawns per catch in2019 Higgins is a big-bodied receiver who knows how to go up and get the ball, and is difficult to take down after the catch.
21 Philadelphia Eagles: CJ Henderson, CB, Florida
Although the Eagles require to address wide receiver, cornerback is perhaps just as big of a hole. Henderson is a male coverage ace who hardly ever allows first downs and can lock down his side of the field.
22 Buffalo Bills: K’Lavon Chaisson, Edge, LSU
Chaisson is something of a one-trick pony, but that trick is a good one. He is nearly specifically a standup speed rusher off the edge. He does not play with a great deal of power or technique. When you can fly previous blockers, you do not require those things.
23 New England Patriots: Terrell Lewis, Edge, Alabama
Rather, he might lean into what he understands best by taking a flexible pass rusher like Lewis, who was coached up by someone Belichick trusts in Nick Saban.
24 New Orleans Saints: Jordan Love, QB, Utah State
Somehow, somewhere Love must land in the first round. The fifth year of control on a novice contract quarterback is just too important for it not to happen. Specifically regarding a quarterback who may be best served sitting a season to refine his enormous skill.
25 Minnesota Vikings: Austin Jackson, OT, USC
This is a choice I’m stuck on, even if it’s this deep into the first round. Jackson is one of the very best pass obstructing left deals with in this draft thanks to quick feet that help him mirror speed rushes and ride them around the pocket. Kirk Cousins will like that.
26 Miami Dolphins (via Houston Texans): Grant Delpit, S, LSU
If Delpit drops in the draft, the Dolphins should not hesitate to take him with their third first-round pick. Miami has to make a number of upgrades to the secondary, and Delpit can assist repair a middling, at finest, pass coverage system.
27 Seattle Seahawks: Julian Okwara, Edge, Notre Dame
Okwara might not be a freaky speed rusher like Chaisson, and some prefer fellow Irish pass rusher Khalid Kareem, but he has size and good enough athleticism. Most importantly for Seattle is that Okwara has length at 6′ 5 and can keep blockers out of his pads. With the best training, he can be a steal.
28 Baltimore Ravens: Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU
With MVP Lamar Jackson, the Ravens will enter into the 2020 season as one of the favorites to win the Super Bowl. For the most part, the Ravens are set on offense with one glaring issue. That would be a No. 1 pass receiver. Marquise Brown is a good gamer, but perhaps not a lead target. Jefferson could be.
29 Tennessee Titans: Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma
Murray might not be a traditional pass-rushing linebacker, however he can do enough to be a worthwhile choice for the Titans. Murray has excellent speed for a linebacker and can be an asset on blitzes.
30 Green Bay Packers: Patrick Queen, LB, LSU
Packers linebacker Blake Martinez is a totally free representative, and Green Bay might let the tackling device walk. While his tackle numbers are impressive– an incredible 443 the last three seasons– he simply does not make a great deal of splash impact plays. Rather of paying him, the Packers could replace him with Queen, a top-level professional athlete with variety.
31 San Francisco 49 ers: Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama
If the Super Bowl revealed one thing about San Francisco’s defense, the team has some doubtful play at cornerback. Diggs is a little raw, however it’s hard to say no to a 6′ 2 cornerback with athleticism and physicality.
32 Kansas City Chiefs: Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU
While Chris Jones is Kansas City’s greatest totally free representative, it can not be discounted that the team could lose cornerbacks Bashaud Breeland and Kendall Fuller this offseason. If either is gone, and there’s a little work on linebackers late in the first round, the Chiefs might turn to Fulton
33 Cincinnati Bengals: Brandon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona State
34 Indianapolis Colts (through Washington): Neville Gallimore, DT, Oklahoma
35 Detroit Lions: Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU
36 New York Giants: Zack Baun, LB, Wisconsin
37 Los Angeles Chargers: Jaylon Johnson, CB, Utah
38 Carolina Panthers: Jacob Eason, QB, Washington
39 Miami Dolphins: D’Andre Swift, RB, Georgia
40 Arizona Cardinals: Marlon Davidson, DL, Auburn
41 Cleveland Browns: Prince Tega Wanogho, OT, Auburn
42 Jacksonville Jaguars: Isaiah Wilson, OT, Georgia
43 Chicago Bears (by means of Las Vegas Raiders): Cole Kmet, TE, Notre Dame
44 Indianapolis Colts: Yetur Gross-Matos, Edge, Penn State
45 Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Lucas Niang, OT, TCU
46 Denver Broncos: A.J. Terrell, CB, Clemson
47 Atlanta Falcons: Lloyd Cushenberry, OG/C, LSU
48 New York City Jets: Josh Uche, Edge, Michigan
49 Pittsburgh Steelers: Hunter Bryant, TE, Washington
50 Chicago Bears: Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia
51 Dallas Cowboys: Ross Blacklock, DT, TCU
52 Los Angeles Rams: Curtis Weaver, Edge, Boise State
53 Philadelphia Eagles: K.J. Hamler, WR, Penn State
54 Buffalo Costs: Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU
55 Atlanta Falcons (via New England Patriots): Damon Arnette, CB, Ohio State
56 Miami Dolphins (by means of New Orleans Saints): Khalid Kareem, Edge, Notre Dame
57 Houston Texans: J.K. Dobbins, RB, Ohio State
58 Minnesota Vikings: Cameron Dantzler, CB, Mississippi State
59 Seattle Seahawks: Adam Trautman, TE, Dayton
60 Baltimore Ravens: Jonathan Greenard, Edge, Florida
61 Tennessee Titans: Raekwon Davis, DL, Alabama
62 Green Bay Packers: Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR, Michigan
63 Kansas City Chiefs (through San Francisco 49 ers): Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, LSU
64 Seattle Seahawks (by means of Kansas City Chiefs): Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia