Steve Serbys Mock Draft 5.0 is our penultimate design projection. 6.0 will fall into the design night in the hours before next Thursday.
Josh Rosen is traded for the second time in a row against the Redskins, who do not have to make their first round.
No trade in the jets, another surprise quarterback for the Giants.
One stitch in the entire first round:
1. Arizona Cardinals
QB Kyler Murray, Oklahoma
This must be the choice, right? The new coach Kliff Kingsbury wants to have him, right? Jon Gruden will not make you an offer you can not refuse, right? You trade in roses, right?
2. San Francisco 49ers
DE Nick Bosa, Ohio
Dee Ford on the one hand, this guy on the other. Ciara will not be Russell Wilson's second most cherished husband, a new $ 140 million Seahawks deal. However, this would be a threat they threaten twice a season. Welcome to the NFL, Kyler Murray.
3. New York Jets
OLB Josh Allen, Kentucky
Is Gregg Williams on the table for Quinn Williams or Ed Oliver, or is he just beating the table because he's Gregg Williams? Nobody wants to exchange a quarterback with Mike Maccagnan? Wait … the phone rings in the war room. It's Dave Gettleman.
Maccagnan: "Dave, great trade with the Browns. You really cursed her. (Cups Muff to Lucke and looks over at Christopher Johnson.) You're finally looking for a quarterback, by chance? "
Gettleman: "Not at all, we have a two-time Super Bowl winner, I can not help my pig myself."
Maccagnan: "No truth to the rumor that Elis was edited in the Müller report last six years. Is there (giggling)? Just kidding, Dave, just a joke. Of course we will need your second rounder.
Gettleman: "I got a better deal for you – Peppers … the former first-rounder. So you get two 1s. "
Maccagnan hangs up.
And pick a passrusher who might scare Tom Brady.
4. Oakland Raiders
DT Quinnen Williams, Alabama
Top Player in GM Mike Mayock's Mock Draft for 2019.
5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
DT Ed Oliver, Houston
The replacement for Gerald McCoy, who has drawn comparisons with John Randle.
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6. New York Giants
ILB Devin White, LSU
A 237-pound, three-floor rocket that provides defensive coordinator James Bettcher with the necessary speed and leadership alongside Alec Ogletree.
7. Jacksonville Jaguars
OT Andre Dillard, Washington State
The best passport blocker of the design protects the investment in Nick Foles.
8. Detroit Lions
DE / DT Rashan Gary, Michigan
A replacement for DE Ziggy Ansah and a Harrison snacks insurance company, which turns 31 in November.
9. Buffalo Bills
OT / G Jonah Williams, Alabama
A plug-and-play, either at RT or in the interiors, with the high-level intangible values addressed by coaches Sean McDermott.
10. Denver Broncos
TE T.J. Hockenson, Iowa
Joe Flacco prevailed against a rookie quarterback and John Elway made his day with a kickback safety valve.
11. Cincinnati Bengals
QB Dwayne Haskins, Ohio
New coach Zac Taylor needs a new franchise quarterback to win Baker Mayfield and Lamar Jackson in the division.
12th New York Giants (by Packers)
QB Drew Lock, Missouri
Elite talent in combination with a quarterback Whisperer head coach is enough for Gettleman to resist the model of Kansas City.
13. Miami Dolphins
DE Montez Sweat, Mississippi State
Cameron Wake and Robert Quinn have left and Charles Harris needs help in the hunt for the quarterback.
14. Atlanta Falcons
DE Brian Burns, Florida
Vic Beasley has run away, and this guy is bending the edge enough to alert Drew Brees.
15. Washington Redskins
ILB Devin Bush, Michigan
Another three-down linebacker had to override Saquon Barkley and Ezekiel Elliott.
16. Carolina Panthers
OT Jawaan Taylor, Florida
RT Daryl Williams is a one-year contract, Taylor Moten is the left tackle and Cam Newton's surgical shoulder needs to be protected.
17. Green Bay Packers (by Giants)
DT Christian Wilkins, Clemson
Mike Daniels will be a free agent at the end of the season and Muhammad Wilkerson counts his money somewhere.
18th Minnesota Vikings
OT / G Cody Ford, Oklahoma
May be a much needed 329 pound guard to help Kirk Cousins and Dalvin Cook.
19th Tennessee Titans
Chris Lindstrom, Boston College
Free agency brought LG Rodger Saffold, so here's his bookend. Oh, and Frank Piraino left Boston College to become the Titans' strength coach. A deal with McCoy would make him a sidekick for Jurrell Casey.
20th Pittsburgh Steelers
OLB Clelin Ferrell, Clemson
The former number 1 of Bud Dupree was a disappointment. Can not exclude from the corner.
21st Seattle Seahawks
CB Greedy Williams, LSU
One of those long, big curves Pete Carroll loves to spell Shaquill Griffin.
22. Baltimore Ravens
C / G Garrett Bradbury, N.C. State
Immediate starter inside, so an attack from Mark Ingram's Ground and Pound can help Lamar Jackson.
23. Houston Texans
OT / G Dalton Risner, Kansas State
Deshaun Watson too often resembled Joe Frazier against George Foreman last season.
24. Oakland Raiders
CB Byron Murphy, Washington
He lacks elite speed, but he would be a fearless competitor to Gareon Conley.
25. Philadelphia Eagles
G / C Erik McCoy, Texas A & M
GM Howie Roseman also likes piggy collies and RG Brandon Brooks (Achilles) could be on the PUP list in training camp.
26. Indianapolis Colts
DT Jerry Tillery, Notre Dame
An athletic, 6-foot-7 interior that's disturbing for defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus.
27. Oakland Raiders
TE Noah Fant, Iowa
A deadly goal for Derek Carr to replace Jared Cook.
28th Los Angeles Chargers
DT Dexter Lawrence, Clemson
A 340-pound enforcer who stops the run once and for all.
29. Kansas City Chiefs
CB Deandre Baker, Georgia
Defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo needs someone to help Charvarius Ward and Bashaud Breeland fight Antonio Brown.
30. Green Bay Packers
WR D.K. Metcalf, Ole Miss
31st Los Angeles Rams
C / G Elgton Jenkins, Mississippi State
Center John Sullivan and Saffold no longer block Jared Goff and Todd Gurley.
32. Patriots from New England
QB Daniel Jones, Duke
Zion was not available.