Draft Order NFL: Projected Records 1. Buffalo Bills: 2-14, 2. Oakland Raiders (from Chicago Bears): 3-13, 3. New York Jets: 3-13, 4. Miami Dolphins: 5-11, 5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 6-10, 6. Cleveland Browns: 6-10, 7. Seattle Seahawks: 6-10, 8. Dallas Cowboys: 6-10, 9. Arizona Cardinals: 6-10, 10. Cincinnati Bengals: 7-9, 11. Carolina Panthers: 7-9, 12. Washington Redskins: 7-9, 13. Tennessee Titans: 7-9, 14. Denver Broncos: 8-8, 15. Indianapolis Colts: 8-8, 16. Green Bay Packers (from New Orleans Saints): 8-8, 17. New York Giants: 8-8, 18. San Francisco 49ers: 8-8, 19. Kansas City Chiefs: 8-8, 20. Baltimore Ravens: 9-7, 21. Los Angeles Chargers: 9-7, 22. Houston Texans: 9-7, 23. Minnesota Vikings: 9-7, 24. Detroit Lions: 10-6, 25. Oakland Raiders: 9-7, 26. Atlanta Falcons: 10-6, 27. Philadelphia Eagles: 11-5, 28. New England Patriots: 12-4. 29. Los Angeles Rams: 11-5, 30. Jacksonville Jaguars: 13-3, 31. Green Bay Packers: 14-2, 32. Pittsburgh Steelers: 12-4


2019 NFL Mock Draft: 2 Rounds



Round 2




Chris Ransom follow @DraftUtopia Last Updated: September 6, 2018.


  1. Buffalo Bills: David Edwards, RT, Wisconsin

    Buffalo needs a bookend to Dion Dawkins. After taking Joey Bosa at 1, they use their next pick on Wisconsin right tackle David Edwards to get Dawkins a bookend right tackle so Josh Allen is decent enough to win Buffalo eight games in 2019 when he takes the full time reigns as Buffalo's starting quarterback.


  2. Indianapolis Colts: Isaiah Buggs, DT, Alabama

    Isaiah Buggs plays next to Raekwon Davis at defensive tackle on Alabama. Don't be surprised if Buggs creeps up into the first round if his stellar play continues.



  3. New England Patriots: David Sills V, West Virginia

    David Sills V is a 6-4 210 lb wide receiver out of West Virginia. He had 7 receptions, 140 receiving yards, and 2 receiving touchdowns in Neyland Stadium in West Virginia's 40-14 blowout against the Tennessee Volunteers.


    New England needs a bigger target at wide receiver. David Sills V has great route running on tape and he gives Tom Brady another receiver to throw to.


  4. Miami Dolphins: Ahmmon Richards, WR, Miami FL

    Ahmmon Richards has blazing speed on tape. He sucked on tape versus two NFL corners from the 2019 NFL Draft in Julian Love and Greedy Williams. He also missed a lot of time in 2017 with injuries so despite having first round speed, Richards has the tape of an early second round wide receiver. Miami gets Richards hoping that he will step up and put Devante Parker in his place.



  5. Cleveland Browns: Mitch Hyatt, LT, Clemson

    Joel Bitonio is a left guard. I don't think he will do well at left tackle. Chris Hubbard is going to be a liability at right tackle. Austin Corbett has the arm length of a guard and former Brown Joe Thomas even said that Corbett doesnt't have future left tackle written all over him.


    Cleveland will have to spend a day 2 pick on an offensive tackle to groom for the future if Bitonio and Hubbard are as awful in pass protection as I think they will be if they want to secure Baker Mayfield with enough time in the pocket.


  6. Houston Texans: Collin Johnson, WR, Texas

    I'm not sure why the Texans cut Braxton Miller. Now teams can just double team Hopkins and dare them to throw to Will Fuller. I don't like their tight end situation either.


    Getting Collin Johnson next to DeAndre Hopkins forces Fuller into the slot. This makes things a hell of a lot easier for Deshaun Watson plus Johnson would also be re-united with D'Onta Foreman.



  7. Dallas Cowboys: Greg Gaines, DT, Washington

    Dallas grabs the best player on the board at a position of need. Washington defensive tackle Greg Gaines showed great production on tape. He'd be a first rounder in any other defensive tackle class.


    Gaines has the production on tape. He lacks the strength, speed, and upside that Vita Vea possessed. That's why he's probably a second round pick this early in the draft process despite his promising tape so far in 2018 after doing well in Washington's opener at Auburn.


  8. Arizona Cardinals: Isaiah Prince, RT, Ohio State

    Arizona is starting Andre Smith at right tackle instead of Justin Pugh. This is a huge mistake. That being said, Isaiah Prince is talented enough to replace Smith at right tackle while allowing Pugh to remain at right guard. Prince is versatile enough to play left tackle or right tackle. if he keeps improving, then he may sneak into the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft.



  9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Carl Granderson, RE, Wyoming

    I did a film session of Carl Granderson and he's capable of playing 4-3 right end or 4-3 left end on either side. He's someone who could quietly creep into the first round like Marcus Davenport.




  10. Carolina Panthers: Joe Jackson, LE, Miami FL

    Carolina needs more depth off of the edge. Joe Jackson would give Carolina a future starter next to Mario Addison with Charles Johnson getting cut from Carolina. Julius Peppers is also aging so Joe Jackson could be a future starter.



  11. Washington Redskins: Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

    Justin Herbert has the short accuracy and medium accuracy. His deep ball accuracy is still an issue. If he stays healthy and fixes that then Herbert has a chance to supplant Drew Lock as QB1 in 2019.


  12. Tennessee Titans: Will Grier, QB, West Virginia

    Tennessee cut Luke Falk. They also don't have a backup for Marcus Mariota. I don't see Grier as an NFL starter. He can be an effective backup though and he is capable of playing well enough in training camp to light a fire under Mariota's ass.



  13. Cincinnati Bengals: Alex Bars, RG, Notre Dame

    Alek Bars showed the versatility to play at both left guard and right guard in Notre Dame's opener versus Michigan. He's an ideal replacement for Kevin Zeitler. I'm starting to see why Josiah Ray gave Bars a first round grade.


  14. Indianapolis Colts: Shaq Quarterman, ROLB, Miami FL

    Indianapolis gets Shaq Quarterman here. So to summarize the Colts use this mock to fix the entire front 7. Clellin Ferrell and Kemoko Turay make an awesome edge tandem. Then you get Isaiah Buggs at defensive tackle to start next to Hassan Ridgeway. Then you get Shaq Quarterman as a weak side linebacker with Darius Leonard as a middle linebacker. That's a front 7 that's good enough to get Andrew Luck to his first Super Bowl if you remain patient with it.



  15. New Orleans Saints: Nate Stanley, QB, Iowa

    I'm only mocking Stanley to the Saints just in case Bridgewater doesn't re-sign. After all, the Saints gave up a third round pick for bridgewater. That's why this is a wait and see pick.


  16. New York Giants: Ross Pierschbacher, C, Alabama

    Ross Pierschbacher made the transition from left guard to center. New York even traded their starting center to Minnesota for a seventh round pick.


    I posted some tape of the Alabama OL versus Louisville. Enjoy.





  17. San Francisco 49ers: Bryce Love, RB, Stanford

    San Francisco needs a new face of the backfield. Bryce Love sucked versus San Diego State, but if he rebounds versus USC I'll move him back up.


  18. Kansas City Chiefs: T.J. Edwards, 3-4 MLB, Wisconsin

    Kansas City needs a replacement to Derrick Johnson. T.J. Edwards is the best player on the board and a great fit for the chiefs at this point.



  19. Denver Broncos: Tyree Jackson, QB, Buffalo

    If Denver goes 8-8 they won't get a quarterback in the first round. The crazy thing is they may spend a second round pick on someone to push Chad Kelly for the backup gig that they can groom for the future.




  20. Philadelphia Eagles: Riley Neal, QB, Ball State

    Nick Foles may opt out of his deal with the Eagles. If he does a new backup quarterback will be needed in Philadelphia.



  21. Houston Texans: Michael Jackson, CB, Miami FL

    Houston gets a good cornerback here. Michael Jackson is the top ranked cornerback on the board.


  22. Minnesota Vikings: Chris Lidstrom, RG, Boston College

    Minnesota needs another guard. Chris Lidstrom out of Boston college has fantastic tape.



  23. Los Angeles Chargers: Jarrett Stidham, QB, Auburn

    The Los Angeles Chargers get their quarterback of the future. Jarrett Stidham could creep up into the first round.


  24. Detroit Lions: Malcolm Roach, RE, Texas

    Detroit needs a pass rusher off the edge. Malcolm Roach would be a nice addition for the Lions at this point.



  25. Oakland Raiders: Mike Weber, RB, Ohio State

    Oakland gets a running back here with Marshawn Lynch and Doug Martin in contract years. Mike Weber had a huge opening week versus Oregon State.


  26. Atlanta Falcons: Darrin Hall, RB, Pittsburgh

    Atlanta needs insurance behind Devonta Freeman. Darrin Hall is a great pickup at this point in the second round.



  27. Philadelphia Eagles: David Montgomery, RB, Iowa State

    Jay Ajayi enters a contract year. David Montgomery gives Philadelphia some nice depth.


  28. New England Patriots: Levonta Taylor, CB, Florida State

    New England needs another cornerback for depth. Levonta Taylor can line up at field cornerback or boundary cornerback with his versatility.



  29. Kansas City Chiefs: Larry Allen Jr., LG, Harvard

    Kansas City uses this pick from the Los Angeles Rams to get Larry Allen Jr. the son of former Pro Bowl guard Larry Allen. They do this with the pick from the Marcus Peters trade.


  30. Jacksonville Jaguars: Stanley Morgan Jr., WR, Nebraska

    Stanley Morgan Jr. looked good on tape versus Josh Jackson. He's someone worth a late second round pick.



  31. Green Bay Packers: Lester Cotton, RG, Alabama

    Green Bay gets a starting right guard here. Lester Cotton is versatile enough to line up at left guard or right guard with his versatility.


  32. Pittsburgh Steelers: Myles Gaskin, RB, Washington

    Pittsburgh gets Le'Veon Bell's replacement here. Myles Gaskin is a solid running back who could compliment perhaps even beat out James Conner for a starting running back gig.














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