Limited Brian Sutter Jersey The 2018 NFL Draft is just days away, and its arrival will end months of speculation about what the Browns will do with the No. 1 overall pick. We’ve also been wondering where five quarterbacks 鈥?Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen, Josh Allen, Baker Mayfield and Lamar Jackson 鈥?will land in a draft that will shape the future of the five franchises that take those QBs.
Dustin Colquitt Limited Jersey Countless mock drafts are out, including Sporting News’ mocks from Vinnie Iyer and Eric Galko. It’s impossible to predict everything correctly, but we want the entertainment value.
The Browns get their quarterback, and they go with Mayfield, the 2017 Heisman Trophy winner. That sets off a three-part chain reaction.
We can hear Gruden now: This Saquon Barkley, man. I tell you what, he’s going to lead this franchise to bigger and better things. I couldn’t be happier that he’s in the silver and black, I can tell you that.
The Raiders beef up their running game, and now Broncos VP John Elway is forced to take a long look in the mirror.
Elway takes a West Coast quarterback who can make all the throws. Darnold, widely considered the No. 1 pick in this draft, somehow falls to the Broncos. Darnold’s talent is enough for Elway to make the call, and it begins a productive relationship in which Denver finally develops the in-house option it wants.
The Patriots and Jets both got first-round quarterbacks, so the AFC East-rival Bills and Dolphins get in on the action. The Colts get the better deal from the Bills, who grab 2016 Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson. That gives Buffalo its quarterback of the future, one who is capable of winning the starting job in 2018 over AJ McCarron and Nathan Peterman.
Could you handle all that before the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are on the clock at No. 7?
Here we look at five prospects from this year’s class who could go earlier than expected and examine potential fits for them.
This Womens Will Clark Jersey is a class of wide receivers somewhat sparse on starting caliber players who can create separation downfield. Pettis is one such receiver who has the speed to do that but can also win with physicality at the top of his routes.
An impressive ball tracker who excels after the catch, Pettis is also a significant threat on special teams with nine punt return touchdowns at Washington. In a class full of limited receiving talents, teams looking for offensive help with their first pick may well gravitate to a player who can impact two facets of the game.