It is on the threshold of 2019 NFL Draft! The excitement is in the air because all 32 teams hope to improve their squares that start on Thursday night. How does the draft go out? I will anticipate the first 24 elections and let you all vote for the eagle’s choice at No 25!
first Arizona Cardinals – Edge Nick Bosa, Ohio State WHY: There has been so much discussion about this election, and it is complicated as Tony Pauline summed up perfectly at the beginning of last week’s trip to the Draft podcast.
Some reporters regret that the cardinals are “all in” on Murray, while others think you might not want to write this choice in the pen just yet. At this time a year ago, we were all convinced that Cleveland Browns would take Sam Darnold and not Baker Mayfield, so everything could happen.
One could argue that the cardinals hired Kliff Kingsbury to lead an explosive crime, and if he thinks Murray is the guy for the job, then you choose him and figure out what to do with Josh Rosen later. But I have the feeling that this can either be a deal with the cardinals, which will release the election to a Murray judge, or they will continue to lay and take the reported top player on their table, Nick Bosa. There is too much smoke for me on this one.
OTHER OPPORTUNITIES: I do not do business in this suede draft, but this option is on the table. Whether it’s New York Giants, Oakland Raiders or any other team outside the top 1
0, there will be teams interested in moving up to the Heisman Trophy winner. Of course, there is certainly the possibility that the cardinals actually take Murray themselves. Quinnen Williams is another player that can make sense, but I think he is not entirely suitable for Arizona as Bosa is.
LATER IN THE EXECUTION: Texas A & M Center Erik McCoy has begun to gain momentum ] in the media. He fits a need and is properly valued for a team starved for help along the offensive. He also paid an official visit to the Cardinals, who hosted all their first four elections a year ago in the delay process.
Chauncey Gardner-Johnson gives much meaning to the top of the second round for this team (if he falls to the 33rd election, that is). Chief Steve Keim has always appreciated players who can influence defense packages, and Gardner-Johnson can do so. Keep an eye on a couple of Kingsbury former Texas Tech students in the recipient Antoine Wesley and linebacker Dakota Allen as a few options on day 3.