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https://www.pff.com/news/draft-pff-2020-nfl-mock-draft-lsu-quarterback-joe-burrow-goes-no-1-overall-to-cincinnati-bengals

 

Joe Burrow goes no.1... interesting. Here's the full mock. You can go to the link above for expalanation for all picks. I just included the explanation for the Colts pick here:

 

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1. CINCINNATI BENGALS: QB JOE BURROW, LSU

2. MIAMI DOLPHINS: EDGE CHASE YOUNG, OHIO STATE

3. WASHINGTON REDSKINS: CB JEFFREY OKUDAH, OHIO STATE

4. ATLANTA FALCONS: EDGE AJ EPENESA, IOWA

5. NEW YORK JETS: OL ANDREW THOMAS, GEORGIA

6. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS: WR JERRY JEUDY, ALABAMA

7. CLEVELAND BROWNS: OL ALEX LEATHERWOOD, ALABAMA

8. MIAMI DOLPHINS (VIA STEELERS): OL TRISTAN WIRFS, IOWA

9. NEW YORK GIANTS: DI DERRICK BROWN, AUBURN

10. LOS ANGELES CHARGERS: QB TUA TAGOVAILOA, ALABAMA

11. TENNESSEE TITANS: S GRANT DELPIT, LSU

12. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS: CB KRISTIAN FULTON, LSU

13. DENVER BRONCOS: QB JUSTIN HERBERT, OREGON

14. ARIZONA CARDINALS: WR CEEDEE LAMB, OKLAHOMA

15. DALLAS COWBOYS: WR LAVISKA SHENAULT JR., COLORADO

16. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (VIA RAMS): LB ISAIAH SIMMONS, CLEMSON

17. DETROIT LIONS: EDGE JULIAN OKWARA, NOTRE DAME

 

18. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS: DI JAVON KINLAW, SOUTH CAROLINA

The Colts love their length, and Kinlaw’s 6-foot-6 frame has plenty of that. He had the highest pass-rushing grade of any returning interior defensive lineman in 2018 and now has a 90.3 pass-rushing grade in 2019. Length plus production is a good thing.

 

19. OAKLAND RAIDERS (VIA BEARS): WR HENRY RUGGS, ALABAMA

20. CAROLINA PANTHERS: S ASHTYN DAVIS, CALIFORNIA

21. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES: CB CJ HENDERSON, FLORIDA

22. OAKLAND RAIDERS: DI MARVIN WILSON, FLORIDA STATE

23. BALTIMORE RAVENS: EDGE CURTIS WEAVER, BOISE STATE

24. MINNESOTA VIKINGS: QB JAKE FROMM, GEORGIA

25. MIAMI DOLPHINS (VIA TEXANS): EDGE YETUR GROSS-MATOS, PENN STATE

26. BUFFALO BILLS: RB D’ANDRE SWIFT, GEORGIA

27. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS: WR JALEN REAGOR, TCU

28. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS: OL JEDRICK WILLS JR., ALABAMA

29. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS: CB TREVON DIGGS, ALABAMA

30. GREEN BAY PACKERS: WR TEE HIGGINS, CLEMSON

31. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS: OL TYLER BIADASZ, WISCONSIN

32. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS: DI RAEKWON DAVIS, ALABAMA

 

 

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17 minutes ago, EastStreet said:

Kinlaw was my pick on fanspeak too. 

 

No way Fromm goes 24th IMO.

No way Tua drops to 10th either also no way Delpit drops to 11.

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5 minutes ago, jameszeigler834 said:

No way Tua drops to 10th either also no way Delpit drops to 11.

 

Honestly, I wouldn't be shocked if Tua dropped a bit as the year goes along. It's really going to depend on how he looks vs LSU and at Auburn, and then likely UGA before the playoffs. 

 

I thought he was a football god last year, and then he looked very pedestrian vs UGA and Clemson. I do think he's an awesome college QB, but he really took a step back when playing other elite Ds. Bama players always deserve to be questioned a bit too given they are surrounded usually by the top players. 

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I was hoping we could get Kinlaw and Raekwon.  With this PFF draft, all the DL difference makers are taken in 1st round.  I like Gallimore as well.  Maybe we can get a good edge rusher and CB with our 2 2nd round picks.

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Kinlaw would be my pick as well. Either him or Brown. Really I think we need two DTs though. I’d love to see us get Leonard Williams in FA and then draft Kinlaw. That interior DL would be sick

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This is going to end up a very heavy QB class and expect them to go like they did in the 18 draft class. Several QB's going early.

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On 10/21/2019 at 11:35 AM, twfish said:

This is going to end up a very heavy QB class and expect them to go like they did in the 18 draft class. Several QB's going early.

I expect this as well. 

Tua, Fromm, Herbert, and Burrow will all go top 10. Add in the OL and CB's that will be drafted, that Colts have a very good shot at landing a stud DL/Pass Rusher even if they draft in back end of the first round. 

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4 hours ago, DownHillRunner said:

I like Brown more than Kinlaw. Brown reminds me a lot of Fletcher Cox. 

As it stands we have a better chance of landing Kinlaw. I like Brown too. I actually liked him last year before he decided to return to school.

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Here's the second edition of the PFF Mock Draft:

https://www.pff.com/news/pff-2020-nfl-mock-draft-joe-burrow-tua-tagovailoa


 

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1. CINCINNATI BENGALS – QB JOE BURROW, LSU

2. WASHINGTON REDSKINS – QB TUA TAGOVAILOA, ALABAMA

3. NEW YORK JETS – EDGE CHASE YOUNG, OHIO STATE

4. MIAMI DOLPHINS – WR JERRY JEUDY, ALABAMA

5. ATLANTA FALCONS – CB JEFFREY OKUDAH, OHIO STATE

6. NEW YORK GIANTS – WR CEEDEE LAMB, OKLAHOMA

7. CLEVELAND BROWNS – LT ANDREW THOMAS, GEORGIA

8. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS – CB KRISTIAN FULTON, LSU

9. DENVER BRONCOS – LB ISAIAH SIMMONS, CLEMSON

10. OAKLAND RAIDERS (VIA CHICAGO BEARS) – EDGE A.J. EPENESA, IOWA

11. ARIZONA CARDINALS – LT ALEX LEATHERWOOD, ALABAMA

12. DETROIT LIONS – S GRANT DELPIT, LSU

13. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS – CB TREVON DIGGS, ALABAMA

14. LOS ANGELES CHARGERS – OT TRISTAN WIRFS, IOWA

15. TENNESSEE TITANS – EDGE CURTIS WEAVER, BOISE STATE

16. OAKLAND RAIDERS – WR LAVISKA SHENAULT, COLORADO

17. MIAMI DOLPHINS (VIA PITTSBURGH STEELERS) – QB JUSTIN HERBERT, OREGON

18. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES – CB C.J. HENDERSON, FLORIDA

19. CAROLINA PANTHERS – DT DERRICK BROWN, AUBURN

20. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (VIA LOS ANGELES RAMS) – WR JALEN REAGOR, TCU

21. DALLAS COWBOYS – S ASHTYN DAVIS, CALIFORNIA

 

22. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS – WR TEE HIGGINS, CLEMSON

Higgins’ 32 catches for 662 yards may not look all that impressive, but they’ve come on only 173 pass routes. That means his 3.83 yards per route is actually the second-best figure in the nation. He’s also gone 6-of-9 on contested catches this season and had 25 of his 32 catches result in first downs.

 

23. MINNESOTA VIKINGS – DT MARVIN WILSON, FSU

24. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS – CB BRYCE HALL, VIRGINIA

25. MIAMI DOLPHINS (VIA HOUSTON TEXANS) – LT JOSH JONES, HOUSTON

26. BUFFALO BILLS – WR HENRY RUGGS, ALABAMA

27. GREEN BAY PACKERS – WR TYLER JOHNSON, MINNESOTA

28. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS – RT JEDRICK WILLS, ALABAMA

29. BALTIMORE RAVENS – EDGE JULIAN OKWARA, NOTRE DAME

30. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS – CB CAMERON DANTZLER, MISSISSIPPI STATE

31. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS – DT JAVON KINLAW, SOUTH CAROLINA

32. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS – LT SAMUEL COSMI, TEXAS

 

 

And here's the podcast where they are discussing the mock:

 

 

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2 minutes ago, stitches said:

Here's the second edition of the PFF Mock Draft:

https://www.pff.com/news/pff-2020-nfl-mock-draft-joe-burrow-tua-tagovailoa


 

 

And here's the podcast where they are discussing the mock:

 

 

Absolutely NO WAY Elway lets Herbert get away from him... 

 

/PUKE is the best way to describe my thoughts of taking a WR in the first... The skill positions are the least of the Colts worries and I just don't see that being a Ballard'esque move.

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1 hour ago, BleedBlu8792 said:

Absolutely NO WAY Elway lets Herbert get away from him... 

 

/PUKE is the best way to describe my thoughts of taking a WR in the first... The skill positions are the least of the Colts worries and I just don't see that being a Ballard'esque move.

I will highly highly disagree with you. Who do we have to throw to right now with T.Y out? Campbell has yet to show anything because of injury and Funchess is unknown.

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If the best DL prospects are off the board, the best RT prospect is what I feel we may go after.

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1 hour ago, twfish said:

I will highly highly disagree with you. Who do we have to throw to right now with T.Y out? Campbell has yet to show anything because of injury and Funchess is unknown.

 

Ok where are we at with your question? Now or the future? Injuries, especially non-serious, right now are pretty much irrelevant to the draft next year. However, TY, Campbell, Cain (fully recovered) should be fine next year. I'm sure we'll have at least 2 of the 3 TE's we have on the roster right now next year. Then there is Pascal, who is playing as good as anyone right now, and also the possibility of Fountain being back as well. You are looking at the wrong position. As much as I've been on the Jacoby train, he's severely limited a lot of the guys' touches. The playmakers are here, but it's gonna have to be on Reich to get Jacoby to get the ball to them. Bringing in another guy, let alone spending a first on a WR, isn't going to change that.

 

If Ballard takes a WR in the first, I'll be shocked. 

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