2019 NFL Matchmaking Project: Drew Lock Falls Big, Benefits Raiders and Patriots


1 Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma
In this scenario, the Cardinals send Rosen to the Redskins, releasing them to allow them to take Murray, new quarterback coach Kliff Kingsbury seems to want. 2 Nick Bosa, EDGE, State of Ohio
The Cardinals' desire to get Murray results in the best draft player being defeated by the 49ers, who finished with the second worst record last season because they lost their starting quarterback to an ACL. torn up. The 49ers should be dangerous in 2019 after adding Bosa and a Jimmy Garoppolo in good health. 3 Quinnen Williams, DL, Alabama
I could see the Jets evolve in different ways. Williams may be the best player available, regardless of his position, but if the Jets feel that a sniper is more valuable than an in-house defensive lineman, they might choose Josh Allen . In this model, I have Jets taking Williams to reinforce their defensive line. Williams associated with Leonard Williams gives the Jets a real strength at the position. 4 Josh Allen, EDGE, Kentucky
The Raiders desperately need to repair a pass that was virtually nonexistent a season ago after trading Khalil Mack and dropped Bruce Irvin. Allen (and his 17 bags) meets a huge need. 5 Sweat Mount, EDGE, Miss. State
Buccaneers can go in different ways. This is how much they are defending. A year ago, they ranked last in the DVOA defense. Here, they approach their fast pass. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Sweat already suffers from heart problems. But according to Dane Brugler of The Athletic, an NFL team source told him it was considered a low-risk disease. 6 Dwayne Haskins, QB, State of Ohio
The Giants watch the Haskins fall by their side while no other needy shift team decides to throw themselves in front of them. With Haskins at his side, the Giants make him their future franchise quarterback. They can sit behind Eli Manning for a full season or start immediately. Given their loyalty to Manning, it seems more likely that Haskins will start his career on the bench. But that should not last long. 7 Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida
The Jaguars overpaid Foles to be their new starter. Now, they must try to place it in a friendly environment. Reinforcing the offensive line would be a good start as it is too early to take a receiver. Taylor is the best tackle in the repechage and can start immediately. 8 Greedy Williams, BC, LSU
Prior to release, the Lions had left with a hustle. After signing Trey Flowers, the defensive line is less necessary. The Lions have also hired cornerback Justin Coleman, but in today's NFL, you need at least three good cornerbacks. Williams, Coleman and Darius Slay would give exactly that to the Lions. 9 Ed Oliver, DT, Houston
With the retirement of Kyle Williams, Bills have a special need within their range. Oliver meets a need. He has just completed a three-year university career in which he recorded 53 tackles for a loss. He could also be the best player available, regardless of his position. ten Devin White, LB, LSU
Vic Fangio's defenses are generally characterized by very good linebackers, from Patrick Willis to NaVorro Bowman in San Francisco to Danny Trevathan and Roquan Smith in Chicago. White is the best linebacker in this category and the Broncos have a hole in the line after letting go of Brandon Marshall. 11 Devin Bush, LB, Michigan
The Bengals would have loved to have had the whites. But they will be satisfied with Bush, the second best linebacker of this project. Bush should start immediately for a terrible defense that finally left Vontaze Burfict. 12 T.J. Hockenson, TE, Iowa
Hockenson is a capable pass-thrower and blocker, making it the tightest end of the project. How high will it be is one of the most intriguing issues of the project. The Packers still have Jimmy Graham, but the two can coexist until Hockenson becomes the main opponent of the team. In addition, Graham is not a big blocker. Hockenson is. 13 Gary Rashan, DL, Michigan
The Dolphins, after exchanging Ryan Tannehill and missed on Teddy Bridgewater, need a quarter. The arrival of Ryan Fitzpatrick does not change anything about that. So while Lock is still here, you have to try the dolphins. But the fact that Lock is still available does not mean that the Dolphins must accept a quarter. If they think that next year 's class is better, they might as well choose the best player available, regardless of their position, and then start a quarter next year. They will be bad in 2019. They can afford to be patient and choose a quarter next year. And Gary could play a leading role in the years to come. 14 Byron Murphy, BC, Washington
Murphy joins a side team that already has a former cornerback from Washington to Desmond Trufant. The Falcons could also use some help inside their line, but if Grady Jarrett does not hold on, they can also afford to take the half corner here. Murphy had four assists and defended 13 in his senior season. In 2018, the Falcons' defense awarded the sixth-highest number of yards to the pass. 15 D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss
The Redskins settled their quarterback problem by trading against Rosen. It's time to give him some weapons. At the moment, their reception room is very unreliable with Paul Richardson and Josh Doctson in the lead. After an excellent combination, Metcalf could have the highest ceiling of all recipients in the draft. 16 Clelin Ferrell, EDGE, Clemson
The Panthers lost retired Julius Peppers and Mario Addison, 31, is a free agent next year. They must be better and younger at the edge of the abyss. Ferrell has had 21 sacks in his last two academic seasons. 17

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Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama
First, they catch a quarterback. Then they make sure that the quarterback is well protected when he is ready to start. Williams should start immediately on one side, with Nate Solder being blocked from the other. 18

Cody Ford, OL, Oklahoma
The Vikings desperately need to be better at the front. Ford can play inside their line. He will start immediately. 19 Deandre Baker, BC, Georgia
The Titans' high school is overcrowded, but it could improve. The contract with Malcolm Butler seems to have turned against him, although Butler can still straighten the boat in his second season with the Titans. Logan Ryan is a free agent next year. The fact is that the Titans could use another corner in a league that often requires three half-corner to defend sets to three receivers. 20 Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State
The cornerback and the linebacker are both necessary, but the two linebackers went earlier, as were the three top cornerers. After exchanging the right tackle Marcus Gilbert, the Steelers could use a substitute. Dillard is a good tackle blocking the passes. 21

False trade with the Seahawks

Noah Fant, TE, Iowa
The patriots need their replacement Gronk. Although Fant is not as complete as Hockenson's perspective, he is an excellent receiver who can become a powerful blocker. Patriots have a ton of choice. So, they can come up here. 22

Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma
The biggest receiver of the Ravens right now is Willie Snead. It must change. Brown would immediately become their most explosive and dangerous playmaker. 23 Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss
Deshaun Watson was nearly killed last year by the Texans. They must take an offensive lineman in the first round. 24


Brian Burns, EDGE, State of Florida
Another advantage for Raiders at the waist. With Burns and Allen on either side of their defensive front, the Raiders could make a big improvement in the fast-pass department. 25

Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama
Jordan Howard's trade does not completely solve the Eagles' troubles at the halfback position. Howard is a power runner, not a multidimensional threat that can reliably capture passes. If possible, Howard should join a committee in Philadelphia. This committee could include Jacobs, the best back in this project that can do some racing and catch. With Howard also on an expiring contract, Jacobs would also give the Eagles long-term stability. 26 Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson
They should be on the market for a receiver, but the the recent history of the first round receivers is ugly. With two second-round picks, they can wait to pick up a receiver. Here they take a player who can immediately have an impact in the middle of their defense. Wilkins has just finished a 5.5-bag season that also included 14 tackles for a loss. 27


Drew Lock, QB, Missouri
The fall of Lock stops. Raiders can not afford to let that kind of value go. They need a quarter in the long run, unless Derek Carr magically settles all his problems that torment him at this point in his career. Lock can stay behind Carr until he is ready, which should happen before they move to Las Vegas. 28

Jerry Tillery, DT, Notre Dame
Despite Brandon Mebane's signature, the Chargers could improve inside their line and rejuvenate as Mebane is 34 years old. Tillery with Mebane, Melvin Ingram and Joey Bosa would give the Chargers the best defense of football. 29 Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson
Emmanuel Ogbah's job makes EDGE less necessary, although after the separation of Justin Houston and Dee Ford, he still is. However, leaders could also use help inside their line. Lawrence should strengthen the Chiefs' defense against running, a major weakness a year ago when they allowed 5.0 yards per run. 30


Nasir Adderley, S, Delaware

Finally, the first security is lifted. He joins a team that needs a new high security single after trading Ha Ha Clinton-Dix last year. The newly signed security Adrian Amos is a security box, so the two players go well together.

31 Garrett Bradbury, C, NC State
After leaving John Sullivan to leave, the Rams are looking for a new center. Bradbury is probably the only one who deserves a first-round pick and there's a good chance he's sidelined well before number 31. But if he's there, the Rams can not afford to let him pass. Jared Goff is not the kind of quarter who can survive intense and constant pressure. The Rams must make his protection a priority so he can launch his shots. 32

False trade with the patriots

Justin Layne, BC, State of Michigan
The Seahawks have lost Justin Coleman, so they're in a corner. Layne is the kind of cornerback the Seahawks seem to love: long and tall.

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