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PFF’s head-to-head 2019 NFL Mock Draft

Oct 20, 2018; Knoxville, TN, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide offensive lineman Jonah Williams (73) blocking Tennessee Volunteers defensive lineman Matthew Butler (94) in a game at Neyland Stadium.
This week on the PFF Podcast, our very own Steve Palazzolo & Mike Renner took their turn at a competitive mock draft that saw them alternate picks for the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft.
Buffalo Bills (SP) – Byron Murphy, CB, Washington “The Bills aren’t tied to Kevin Johnson but Byron Murphy fits perfectly opposite Tre’Davious White in that scheme, as Murphy is perhaps the best zone coverage corner.” 10.
Denver Broncos (MR) – Devin White, LB, LSU “They need a guy who can cover ground and Devin White is a perfect fit in Vic Fangio’s defensive scheme.” 11.
Tillery is a top-10 player in this draft class.” 13.
Miami Dolphins (SP) – Brian Burns, Edge, Florida State “If you’re looking at quarterbacks here, the next guys up are not here (as high first-round picks).
Carolina Panthers (SP) – Dalton Risner, OT, Kansas State “Daryl Williams is only locked up for one more year … Risner can play anywhere along the offensive line and gives flexibility for Carolina.” “You get two blue-chip players with Jawaan Taylor and Simmons on the interior in this class so far.” 18.
Brown, WR, Ole Miss “Tennessee is in a position to add playmakers … Brown can get open for Marcus Mariota.” 20.
Oakland Raiders (MR) – Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State “Pair Butler with Antonio Brown and Tyrell Williams, give Derek Carr no excuse.” 28.
Los Angeles Chargers (SP) – Christian Wilkins, DI, Clemson “The Chargers have had issues for years on the defensive interior and Wilkins brings a little bit more versatility.” 29.

Oct 20, 2018; Knoxville, TN, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide offensive lineman Jonah Williams (73) blocking Tennessee Volunteers defensive lineman Matthew Butler (94) in a game at Neyland Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bryan Lynn-USA TODAY Sports

The 2019 NFL Draft is rapidly approaching and with the month of April, it’s officially draft season. This week on the PFF Podcast, our very own Steve Palazzolo & Mike Renner took their turn at a competitive mock draft that saw them alternate picks for the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft.

The results and subsequent picks for some teams may surprise you while others certainly align with our most recent 2019 NFL Draft Big Board. Check it out for yourself and keep up-to-date with all the latest NFL draft news on Twitter.

All 32 picks from the first round:

1. Arizona Cardinals (Steve Palazzolo) – Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma

“We’re the GMs, we’re doing this as what we would do … The upgrade is strong enough there.”

2. San Francisco 49ers (Mike Renner) – Nick Bosa, Edge, Ohio State

“As sure things go, if he stays healthy, he’s going to be a productive NFL player.”

3. New York Jets (SP) – Josh Allen, Edge, Kentucky

“In a real-life scenario, this is a trade-down situation, as the Jets general manager … He’s got a top-five grade for us and he fits a need.”

4. Oakland Raiders (MR) – Quinnen Williams, DI, Alabama

“The Raiders have Maurice Hurst, no one on this roster is going to prevent from picking Quinnen Williams.”

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (SP) – Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama

“There are still some question marks at guard, going to go Jonah Williams, he could play guard, but not just because his arms are short, there is obviously starting tackle ability there.”

6. New York Giants (MR) – Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida

“Right tackle is the need there for the Giants and right tackle is the pick … The roster basically pencils them into a top five or top 10 pick next year, that’s when you get the quarterback.”

7. Jacksonville Jaguars (SP) – D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss

“With Nick Foles, we have to build around him on offense, and even though Metcalf isn’t a perfect prospect, he may be a perfect pick for Foles.”

8. Detroit Lions (MR) – Greedy Williams, CB, LSU

“What he can do from a press-man alignment makes him the fit … Greedy is at his best in press-man coverage while (Byron) Murphy is better in zone coverage while the Lions are extremely man-heavy coverage.”

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