Scouting departments are working hard, big boards are being prepped and the countdown has officially begun to draft day – April 26th, Thursday night. As you can see on the Twitter-verse, other sports sites, and this site as well – the mock draft season is upon us. Though it’s hard to predict or read into what a team is going to do on draft day until after free agency and or rumors become more fire than smokescreen – it isn’t hard to see the obvious on the direction where a team may go based on needs. In my mocks though, I like to have fun and predict trades, which is exactly what I am doing in this mock today:
Colts: Received 6th, 70th, and 103rd Overall Selections
Jets: Received 3rd Overall Selections
Dolphins: Received 27th, 91st, and 2019 1st Round Selection
Saints: Received 11th Overall Selection
Eagles: Received 15th Overall Selection
Cardinals: Received Quarterback Nick Foles
Seahawks: Received 26th and 90th Overall Selections
Falcons: Received 18th Overall Selection
I might be ok with this depending on what happens in free agency.
No way Miami moves back 15 spots in the 1st rd for a late 3rd rd pick
16 spots I mean.
They also pick up a 1st round pick NEXT YEAR for moving back
Hi Marian, If you go based off the NFL Trade Value Chart – The math makes sense, especially when you add the Saints 2019 1st rounder.
If Baker Mayfield is there and we pass on him I'm totally done with this team.
Then you were never a true fan to begin with…
We take Mason Rudolph at 27, he won't be available in 2nd round. It's a little reach but will pay big in long run. We can still grab good center in 2nd and move pouncy to guard witchever side takes most pressure off hips
I can't see drafting an OL in 1st round. We should take a LB, S, DE or QB in 1st round