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warhorse_96's 2019 NFL Mock Draft Picks - Last updated: 01-22-2019

Rnd. ▴ Pick   Team Player Pos. School
1 1Arizona ArizonaNick Bosa DE Ohio State
warhorse_96's comments: With Kingsbury now at the helm, I think it is all but set in stone that the Cardinals will either draft Bosa or Trade down. If Kyler Murray does come out, they trade down, if not, they stay.
1 2San Francisco San FranciscoQuinnen Williams DE Alabama
warhorse_96's comments: Williams slightly improved his chances of going 2 with his performance in the national championship game. Although Alabama did not win, when Williams was on the field, he showed how disruptive he could be, something SF could use.
1 3NY Jets NY JetsJonah Williams OT Alabama
warhorse_96's comments: With the Hire of Adam Gase, it is all but confirmed the Jets will draft a lineman early to protect Sam Darnold. Gase is not affraid to draft round one linemen, as he did take Laremy Tunsil a few years back. At 3, Greg Little is a slight reach, but without a round 2 selection, especially given the depth of defensive line/edge talent in this draft, the Jets can ill afford to not draft an offensive lineman here.
1 4Oakland OaklandJosh Allen OLB Kentucky
warhorse_96's comments: Josh Allen has the potential to be great. He has size, speed, length, etc. He has some rawness to him, but in some circles he has been convened as being worthy of a top 2 pick.
1 5Tampa Bay Tampa BayByron Murphy CB Washington
warhorse_96's comments: Tampa needs a secondary. New HC Bruce Arians knows this, new DC Todd Bowles sure as hell knows this. TB will grab a CB to help the rebuild.
1 6NY Giants NY GiantsGreg Little OT Mississippi
warhorse_96's comments: I believe the Giants are going to be stupid and try to go with Eli for another year. They have publicly stated so much, and based on their actions I believe them. If this really is the case, they need to get the man some offensive line help.
1 7Jacksonville JacksonvilleDwayne Haskins QB Ohio State
warhorse_96's comments: Thanks to the idiocy of the Giants, Jacksonville gets a QB to replace Bortles. This is their main need, as the Jaguars fell from grace this season after making the playoffs the previous. Bortles has regressed and it is time to find the heir apparent in Jacksonville
1 8Detroit DetroitClelin Ferrell DE Clemson
warhorse_96's comments: Ziggy Ansah is possibly gone this offseason and Detroit needs to replace him. Clelin Ferrell had a Massive show out against Alabama, and if it were not for the presence of Quinnen Williams in this class, he would easily be the second player off the board.
1 9Buffalo BuffaloN’Keal Harry WR Arizona State
warhorse_96's comments: Buffalo needs receivers so that Josh Allen (the shitty one), has a chance in hell to develop.
1 10Denver DenverDaniel Jones QB Duke
warhorse_96's comments: Denver gets a QB of the future in Daniel Jones. Case Keenum is not the answer, and if Elway wants to keep his job, he needs to find the successor to Peyton Manning that they have been looking for since 2014.
1 11Cincinnati CincinnatiDevin White ILB LSU
warhorse_96's comments: Vontaze Burfict is a liability that the Bungles need to address. He has been on and off injured, a distraction due to his antics and has had play issues develop as well (specifically in coverage). Devin White is the answer.
1 12Green Bay Green BayRashan Gary DE Michigan
warhorse_96's comments: Ed Oliver could be the pick, but interior linemen are not an issue for the pack. Aging edge rushers however, are. Rashan Gary was once seen as a top 5 prospect, and he won't fall far, as Green Bay will not hesitate to take him.
1 13Miami MiamiKyler Murray QB Oklahoma
warhorse_96's comments: Miami is so freaking lucky Kyler Murray decided to declare. How does his decision affect the draft? It creates a rush for QBs in te top 15. It is entirely possible that all the QB needy teams receive a signal caller without trading up. Or it is also likely that one of these teams trades in front of the other in order to get one, thereby creating a QB rush in the top 3/10. Miami here grabs the latest OU Heisman Winner, as they are hoping he brings to South Beach what Baker brought to Northern Ohio.
1 14Atlanta AtlantaEd Oliver DT Houston
warhorse_96's comments: Holy hell, how does this happen? Ed Oliver drops out of the top ten and Dan Quinn is dancing for joy. The Falcons may be parting with Grady Jarrett this off season and they will need a new plug up the middle. Enter Ed Oliver, who is widely viewed as one of the top prospects in the entire draft.
1 15Washington WashingtonDrew Lock QB Missouri
warhorse_96's comments: This is another effect of Kyler Murray declaring: Drew Lock is a top 15 Pick. Now it can be argued that he was before this, but it was not a guarantee. With 3 QBs gone, Alex Smith's future in danger and no clear future QB on the roster, now is the time for Washington to act. Before the season, Drew Lock was seen as a top 10 pick by many, and had he had a slightly better season, probably would have guaranteed it. He has the tools and ability, but he needs to put everything together.
1 16Carolina CarolinaJawaan Taylor OT Florida
warhorse_96's comments: RANT TIME! I have gears to grind with the Panthers, first off: how inept do they have to be in order to almost completely ignore for years on end needs at WR, OL and CB? Yes they have DJ Moore, but thats only one, and Greg Olson might as well retire. Matt Khalil has not been a great signing, they let Andrew Norwell walk to Jacksonvilel, Trai Turner has been fine, as has Daryl Williams, but not fine enough. Ryan Khalil, the only standout lineman they had, is going into Retirement, and there is no successor in place. James Bradberry has been solid, and Donte Jackson has as well, but he had his downs. How can this team succeed when the GM and Coach have been inept at addressing their needs in a timely fashion? They can't and they are going to shit away Cam, Luke and CMC's careers into mediocrity. Anyway, here's to hoping the organization has learned a lesson and will draft a Olineman to protect Cam.
1 17Cleveland ClevelandAndraez "Greedy" Williams CB LSU
warhorse_96's comments: For at least this season, Cleveland was not located in the factory of sadness. They are not clear of it yet, but if Baker keeps his current Trajectory the Bengals and Steelers will be duking it out for NFC North basement positions for the next 10 years or so. To help the Browns continue their success, they need to draft another CB, WR and OL. They can address the first of those here with Greedy Williams.
1 18Minnesota MinnesotaCody Ford OG Oklahoma
warhorse_96's comments: What do you get for guaranteeing to pay Kirk Cousins $84 Million? No playoffs. Thank you Minnesota for making the mistake New York would have for $90 Million. We truly got the better end of the deal. You need OL help, and you shall get it here. It still won't matter, as for the next 2-3 years, you wll be stuck inbtween 7-9 and 10-6 Mediocrity, barely making or completely missing the playoffs each year.
1 19Tennessee TennesseeA.J. Brown WR Mississippi
warhorse_96's comments: The Titans grab a No.2 receiver to compliment Corey Davis. Part of the problem the Titans had this year was that the offense was built around Delanie Walker as the Number one threat. When he went down, all Hell broke loose, and it showed. The Titans need to transition to focusing around Mariota and his playmakers.
1 20Pittsburgh PittsburghJachai Polite DE Florida
warhorse_96's comments: Pittsburgh, enjoy the next few years, because they will be the last winning seasons you will have for a LONG time. Ben will probably retire soon, AB being a Diva is on his way out along with distraction Leveon Bell. The defense is absolute garbage, and they have been drafting like the Al Davis Raiders as of late: looking for versatile, athletic and speedy players, instead of BPA. The worst of these positions comes in their secondary, and it will be no surprise if they reach for a CB. But since I'm drafting for them, they will address the EDGE rusher they need and take the young, speedy and talented Polite.
1 21Seattle SeattleAndre Dillard OT Washington State
warhorse_96's comments: So this was a rebuilding year huh? We all forgot just how good Russell Wilson is at QB, as he is the reason they made the playoffs. Get him help for Christ sake Pete Carroll, draft an OL to protect him.
1 22Baltimore BaltimoreMarquise Brown WR Oklahoma
warhorse_96's comments: Lamar Jackson, as us fans knew, but analysts who blind to, is as much the truth to Baltimore as Baker Mayfield and Sam Darnold are to CLE and NYJ. However, he needs some help, chiefly he needs a true No. 1 Receiver to throw to. Marquise Brown is a bit of a reach here, however I think he has this potential to be great with Jackson throwing to him.
1 23Houston HoustonDeandre Baker CB Georgia
warhorse_96's comments: Honey Badger will probably resign wit the team, which addresses one need. The Texans will still need a CB and OL to address, and it would best suit them to strengthen the OL and make sure Deshaun Watson is able to stay upright. However, with no round one O-linemen left, the Texans go CB
1 24Oakland OaklandChristian Wilkins DT Clemson
warhorse_96's comments: Edge rusher? Check. DLine? Here you go, Oakland will solidify the dline by drafting Christian Wilkins, as they need a plug up the middle to help stop the bleeding in the run defense.
1 25Philadelphia PhiladelphiaAmani Oruwariye CB Penn State
warhorse_96's comments: This really does not need explanation, as the secondary this season was the equal to burnt toast.
1 26Indianapolis IndianapolisJulian Love CB Notre Dame
warhorse_96's comments: The offensive line has been addressed and Andrew Luck is no longer vulnerable to his brain turning to a pile of mush. Now Indy must address the defense, as their secondary, despite Malik Hookers emergence, needs help. Enter Julian Love, who by some is viewed as a potential Lock Down Corner prospect. If he can live up to this, I have no doubt the Colts will win a SB within the next 2-3 years, so long as they get a second WR to help TY Hilton.
1 27Oakland OaklandJosh Jacobs RB Alabama
warhorse_96's comments: Speaking of WRs, Oakland, welcome back on the board! You idiots traded away another Star in Amari Cooper! Derek Carr had Seth Roberts, and aging Jordy Nelson and Marcell Ateman. Such a star studded Depth Chart!!! You also are relying on an aging Beast Mode, who might as well have regressed to dormant mode. With no receivers worth taking in this, Oakland grabs Josh Jacobs.
1 28LA Chargers LA ChargersJeffrey Simmons DT Mississippi State
warhorse_96's comments: LA needs to fix the run defense. Jeffrey Simmons is the pick.
1 29Kansas City Kansas CityDexter Lawrence DT Clemson
warhorse_96's comments: Why is KC not in the Superbowl? Two reasons: A. Dee Ford is a dumbass, and B. they have no capability to stop anyone on third down. The defense should be the focus of this draft, and they can start by drafting a run stuffing DT. Dexter Lawrence welcome to KC.
1 30Green Bay Green BayMack Wilson ILB Alabama
warhorse_96's comments: I gave GB Rashan Gary to address the DE/Edge rusher issue they face. However, they also need a LB to replace Clay Matthews, who might be on his way out.
1 31New England New EnglandDre’Mont Jones DT Ohio State
warhorse_96's comments: The Patriots refuse to die. However, the same cannot be said of Gronk or their defense. Despite his show out as of late, Gronk was not himself this season, or the last season before this. In that same regard the defense has been a mess since the Super Bowl Win 2 years ago. Realistically speaking, I see the Patriots going with Dre'Mont Jones. If they lose the Super Bowl it will be because they can't stop anyone from scoring.
1 32LA Rams LA RamsZach Allen DE Boston College
warhorse_96's comments: The Rams are much like the two teams above them: Great Offense, terrible defense. Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib have not performed up to expectations and the run defense is garbage. Grab an Edge Rusher to help with this.