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  1. I posted a full mock on the NFL Draft & FA forum here, but thought I would share my bold idea for the 1st round here... "If you're going to think, think big. If you're going to think big, think bigger". Going into the draft most at this point are agreed that our 2 biggest needs are OL and DT. Sure, we could do with better depth at CB, LB, RB and you can never have enough pass rushers but 95% of the posters on here are leaning towards DT or OL with #14. Looking at who the FO have shown an interest in so far it does indeed look like we will go that direction. Assuming the board falls the right way, with nine 2019 draft picks to play with and a GM/HC combo who are in win-now mode, I think we can and should be aggressive. 1st Round 1. Arizona - Kyler Murray, QB 2. San Francisco - Nick Bosa, DE 3. NY Jets - Quinnen Williams, DT 4. Oakland - Josh Allen, Edge 5. Tampa Bay - Devin White, LB 6. NY Giants - Dwayne Haskins, QB 7. Jacksonville - Rashan Gary, DT/DE 8. Detroit - Montez Sweat, Edge 9. Buffalo - DK Metcalf, WR 10. Denver - Drew Lock, QB 11. Cincinnati - Cody Ford, OL 12. Green Bay - Brian Burns, Edge -------- WE HAVE A TRADE -------- The Atlanta Falcons have traded #45 (450 points), #79 (195 points) and a 2020 1st round pick (~500 points) to the Miami Dolphins for #13 (1150 points). This makes sense for Miami who after failing to draft their franchise QB, they acquire an additional 2020 1st round pick in what should be a far stronger class for QB's. For a team in full rebuild mode an additional 2nd and 3rd round pick helps do that. For the Falcons, this makes sense as 2019 is a top heavy draft, particularly in the two major positions of need and with nine picks to play with in 2019, expect for TD to be his normal aggressive self in trading up to get the guys we want. 13. Atlanta - Jawaan Taylor, OL, Florida 14. Atlanta - Ed Oliver, DT, Houston
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