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MY MOCK DRAFTS - ChrisFlipp's 2020 NFL DRAFT

Last Updated: 03-24-2020

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CHRISFLIPP'S MOCKS:

ChrisFlipp's comments: Burrows a near guarantee here. Cincinnati gets their franchise QB who came off the best collegiate season from a QB in college football history.

ChrisFlipp's comments: I believe the Redskins will have a choice to make, similar to the Cardinals last year, but in the end I believe Washington has faith in Haskins and takes the best prospect in this years draft in Young.

ChrisFlipp's comments: Dolphins trade up here with Detroit to get Tua, while giving up the #5, #37 pick and 2021 3rd rounder.

ChrisFlipp's comments: Like Miami, the Chargers will get a little impatient risking a potential team to trade up for Herbert, so they take it to themselves to trade up 2 spots with New York, and get a polished, strong arm QB in Herbert.

ChrisFlipp's comments: The Lions were able to trade down and still get their man in Okudah who can be their new CB1 after the departure of Darius Slay. While also receiving some good draft capita.

ChrisFlipp's comments: The Giants need offensive line help, and although there are some intriguing offensive linemen such as Tristan Wirfs, I believe Simmons is a game changer that can be a Swiss Army knife in any defense being able to play both linebacker in a 4-3 as well as safety in dime and nickel packages.

ChrisFlipp's comments: After losing pass rusher Bruce Irvin and interior Defensive Lineman Gerald McCoy, Carolina takes a game changing DT in Brown who can be both a steady pass rusher as well as a great run stopper.

ChrisFlipp's comments: Arizona just resigned left tackle D.J. Humphries to a 3 year deal, and they take Wills here to solidify both tackle spots for Kyler Murray.

ChrisFlipp's comments: Jacksonville is in a rebuild mode and now has quite a few holes in various positions, including both tackle spots. Becton has potentially the highest ceiling of any offensive lineman in the draft, running a 5.1 40 yard dash while standing at 6’7 and nearly 370 pounds.

ChrisFlipp's comments: Cleveland had a less than stellar offensive line last year, Wirfs is a player who could play both the tackle and guard position. If he ends up at guard, I believe could be an all pro type player.

ChrisFlipp's comments: Thomas is a big bodied lineman who can play both tackles, but I see being the starting left tackle, as it looks like George Fant will be opposite to him on the right side.

ChrisFlipp's comments: Jeudy is the first receiver off the board in this years stellar WR class. It’s a tight bunching between Jeudy, Lamb, and Ruggs but I believe that Jeudy’s football IQ and elite route running skills gives him the edge over the other two.

ChrisFlipp's comments: It’s more than likely San Francisco will trade down in one of their first two picks in the first round, but I don’t think they pass up on a generational talent like Lamb, who can be a deep-ball threat for Jimmy G.

ChrisFlipp's comments: After the signing of Tom Brady, the Bucs have become Immediate contenders for the Super Bowl. While having the best run defense in the NFL last year, they managed to also have the worst pass defense in the league as well. Henderson is a long bodied ball hawk who will make an immediate impact on a previously less than stellar secondary.

ChrisFlipp's comments: The Broncos have some young new faces on their roster with their signal caller Drew Lock heading into his second season. Denver adds Ruggs who possess elite speed to compliment a big bodied deep threat Cortland Sutton.

ChrisFlipp's comments: Atlanta is in need of some pass rushers, having Vic Beasley leave for free agency and not having a dependable replacement, Atlanta could go with a guy like Chaisson here, but Kinlaw is too good of a prospect to pass on while giving them one of the best one-two punches in the league putting him beside Jarrett on the interior D-Line.

ChrisFlipp's comments: The Cowboys just signed Haha Clinton Dix to a one year deal, and although he can be a plug and play starter this year. McKinney is versatile Safety that can help a revamped Cowboys secondary.

ChrisFlipp's comments: Miami has had some good defensive free agent signings such as Kyle Van Noy and Emmanuel Ogbah, but they can still use help in the pass rush and Chaisson can play both outside linebacker and Defensive End.

ChrisFlipp's comments: Oakland signed Cory Littleton to a lucrative contract, but still draft Murray here as he can play both inside and outside linebacker.

ChrisFlipp's comments: Jacksonville gets a potential steal with this pick in Love. A very raw and inconsistent player in college, throwing an FBS high 17 interceptions last season, Love still possess all the tools to be a generational talent in the league.

ChrisFlipp's comments: The Eagles had some issues at the wide out position last season to say the least. Between injuries and lack of performance, this is an issue they need to address. Jefferson is a great route runner with excellent hands and above average speed, who would likely be a day one starter for Philly.

ChrisFlipp's comments: After shipping out Stefan Diggs to Buffalo, the Vikings draft a replacement in Higgins who possesses great size and ball tracking skills. Minnesota gets a younger and cheaper replacement while adding a handful of draft picks to go with it.

ChrisFlipp's comments: Other than losing the greatest Quarterback of all time in free agency, the Patriots also losses a handful of defensive players to free agency. Epenesa is a great fit for New England because of his versatility in the defensive line, being able to play both defense end and tackle.

ChrisFlipp's comments: The saints have Sheldon Rankins under contract, but he’s been a question mark with injuries the past few years. Blacklock is a reliable interior lineman with a high floor.

ChrisFlipp's comments: The Vikings do the same thing at cornerback that they did at WR. Younger and cheaper. Fulton can fill the gap Xavier Rhodes left and be an immediate starter, at either outside or nickel.

ChrisFlipp's comments: The dolphins run game last year was about as bad as it could be after trading away Kenyan Drake. Swift is an all around back, who will be able to carry the workload in the run game, as well as be a factor catching passes in the backfield as well.

ChrisFlipp's comments: The jury is still out on Clowney and if he will resign with the Seahawks. Regardless, the Hawks desperately need help getting to the quarterback. Gross-Matos is a raw talent, but has all the tools to become an elite pass rusher.

ChrisFlipp's comments: The Ravens had the best run game in the league last year with Ingram leading the way in the running back group. He will turn 31 this season however, so adding an elite runner like Taylor here, will not only give an unprecedented combo, it will ease Ingram’s workload while setting up Taylor and Jackson to have the backfield of the future.

ChrisFlipp's comments: The Titans resigned their backfield, giving Tannehill a mega contract, while franchise tagging Henry. In the process they lost starting right tackle Jack Conklin. Jones is a prospect who can fill that role, and potentially be a day 1 starter at the tackle position.

ChrisFlipp's comments: The packers have had a history of drafting secondary positions in recent draft. They’ve hit with players like Jaire Alexander, and they could have a diamond in the ruff here with Delpit. He had a very inconsistent season last year, but with good coaching I believe he could end up being the best safety in this years draft.

ChrisFlipp's comments: The Niners have some contracts expiring after the 2020 season. One being Richard Sherman, who also is north of 30 currently. Diggs a long bodied playmaker, who will fit in perfectly to Kyle Shanahan and Robert Saleh’s defense.

ChrisFlipp's comments: The Colts signed Philip Rivers to a one year deal, but they will be needing a quarterback of the future, and I don’t believe Brissett is their guy. Eason needs to work on his ball security, but has a giant arm and can learn to be a good NFL quarterback if he can sit behind Rivers for a year or two.