NFL Draft 2018: Could Jets build successful offense around Baker Mayfield? | Mailbag

Who will draft Sam Darnold

Who will draft Sam Darnold

Meanwhile, that same year, many others called that draft class for QBs the "weakest we've seen in years". In fact, we'll likely see plenty, but there's not one that any of us can point to right now as a sure thing.

If a team doesn't ultimately take the 6-foot-3, 200-pound QB in the first 10 to 20 selections, Mayock said to keep an eye on the New Orleans Saints and New England Patriots. It's also possible that Thomas Rawls does not make the team out of training camp this summer which would create a spot for a rookie RB. Here are a few first round wagers available for you if you are so inclined. Here's what makes it very interesting. One thing that stopped him was that the Chiefs would have had to part with their second-round pick this year.

Although running back doesn't seem to be an area of need with at least four already on the roster in Bilal Powell, Isaiah Crowell, Elijah McGuire, and Thomas Rawls there is still a chance that the Jets add a home-run threat in the third-round given the depth of this class.

Day 3 will be streamed on BuffaloBills.com and NFL.com with a select number of picks from around the league being shown during the NFL Network's draft coverage, according to the team website.

Do we have any possibilities?
Let's see if Maccagnan can work his magic and unearth a mid-round gem.

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If the Jets can land one of Oklahoma's OT Orlando Brown, or Nevada's G/C Austin Corbett it would give their offensive line a much-needed infusion of youth and talent.

The reason is that they have the most options.

Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen enters the draft as possibly the first overall pick.

Obviously, for that to happen, it's all about the quarterbacks. The Packers couldn't go wrong if either Davenport or Boston College's Harold Landry are on the board when they pick at No. 14. But Elway said he also would consider a move up or down in the first round if a trade proposal suited him and he could still get the player the Broncos desire. Is Buffalo content to sit at 12 and take whoever falls to them? Supposing one of them were to win the starting job in 2019, the other would be left to rot as a backup or be traded. If they go to No. 6, he said, and quarterbacks go with the first three picks, they'd still be able to get one of the top three non-quarterbacks: Saquon Barkley, Bradley Chubb or Quenton Nelson.

Currently, the Browns have three picks in the second round of the draft, and that is where Jones believes they should add a second quarterback. I don't know. Who exactly would he be willing to trade up for? The over here looks like the way to go. "It depends what they hit in the first two rounds, but at the end of the day, expect Bisaccia and the special teams guys to play a big role in it". The film's good, but at the end of the day, you've got to make a decision in your building about who you want being the face of your franchise.

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