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  1. FALCONBLOOD'S Final Mock Draft *Utilized DraftTek.com, DraftScout.com, NFL.com Draft Prospect Tracker, Various NFL Team Messageboards, NFL Rumors, Etc, My Own Brain THE 2019 NFL DRAFT *NFL Trade Value Chart Points are courtesy of DraftTek.com FIRST ROUND 1-1) The Arizona Cardinals select QB Kyler Murray, Oklahoma 1-2) The San Francisco 49ers select DE Nick Bosa, Ohio State TRADE! The New York Jets send 1-3 (2200 points) The Washington Redskins send 1-15, 2-46, 3-96, 2020 1st (1050 + 440 + 116 + ~590 = ~2196 points) *NFL Trade Value Chart Points are courtesy of DraftTek.com 1-3) The Washington Redskins (Jets) select QB Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State 1-4) The Oakland Raiders select DT Quinnen Williams, Alabama 1-5) The Tampa Bay Buccaneers select LB Devin White, LSU 1-6) The New York Giants select DE Josh Allen, Kentucky 1-7) The Jacksonville Jaguars select OT Jawaan Taylor, Florida TRADE! The Detroit Lions send 1-8, 3-88 (1400 points) The Atlanta Falcons send 1-14, 3-79, 2020 4th (1100 + 195 + ~36.5 = ~1331.5 points) *NFL Trade Value Chart Points are courtesy of DraftTek.com TRADE DETAILS: The Atlanta Falcons knew that Ed Oliver would not last another pick, they aggressively move up to get their guy. (*Details via Chad Forbes insider tweet) 1-8) The Atlanta Falcons (Lions) select DT Ed Oliver, Houston The Falcons conducted an In-House Top 30 Visit and a Combine Interview with Ed Oliver. The rumors of their love for Oliver are now proven true with the completion of this rumored draft day deal. The Falcons are hoping Oliver takes the mantle of being one of the NFL's very best interior disruptors, like Aaron Donald before him. If the Falcons can get some high level play from Oliver as a rookie, Jarrett, McKinley and Beasley may have one of their best years yet alongside him. He will compete with Jarrett, Davison, Senat, Crawford, and Hageman in camp, but his talent should provide him with an immediate starting role. 1-9) The Buffalo Bills select DT Christian Wilkins, Clemson 1-10) The Denver Broncos select QB Drew Lock, Missouri 1-11) The Cincinnati Bengals select LB Devin Bush, Michigan 1-12) The Green Bay Packers select TE T.J. Hockenson, Iowa 1-13) The Miami Dolphins select OL Jonah Williams, Alabama 1-14) The Detroit Lions (Falcons) select DE Rashan Gary, Michigan 1-15) The New York Jets (Redskins) select OLB Brian Burns, Florida State 1-16) The Carolina Panthers select select DE Clelin Ferrell, Clemson 1-17) The New York Giants select OL Cody Ford, Oklahoma TRADE! The Minnesota Vikings send 1-18, 6-190 (900 + 15 = 915 points) The Houston Texans send 1-23, 3-86 (760 + 160 = 920 points) *NFL Trade Value Chart Points are courtesy of DraftTek.com 1-18) The Houston Texans (Vikings) select OT Andre Dillard, Washington State 1-19) The Tennessee Titans select CB Greedy Williams, LSU 1-20) The Pittsburg Steelers select CB Byron Murphy, Washington 1-21) The Seattle Seahawks select OL Garrett Bradbury 1-22) The Baltimore Ravens select WR D.K. Metcalf, Ole Miss 1-23) The Minnesota Vikings (Texans) select OT Kaleb McGary, Washington 1-24) The Oakland Raiders select QB Daniel Jones, Duke 1-25) The Philadelphia Eagles select OL Chris Lindstrom, Boston College 1-26) The Indianapolis Colts select DT Dexter Lawrence, Clemson 1-27) The Oakland Raiders select RB Josh Jacobs, Alabama 1-28) The Los Angeles Chargers select CB DeAndre Baker, Georgia 1-29) The Seattle Seahawks (Chiefs) select OT Greg Little, Ole Miss 1-30) The Green Bay Packers select WR Marquise Brown, Oklahoma 1-31) The Los Angeles Rams select DL Jerry Tillery, Notre Dame 1-32) The New England Patriots select TE Noah Fant, Iowa SECOND ROUND 2-33) The Arizona Cardinals select DT Jeffery Simmons, Mississippi State 2-34) The Indianapolis Colts select CB Rock Ya-Sin, Temple 2-35) The Oakland Raiders select DE Montez Sweat, Mississippi State 2-36) The San Francisco 49ers select WR N’Keal Harry, Arizona State TRADE! The New York Giants send 2-37 The Arizona Cardinals send QB Josh Rosen *NFL Trade Value Chart Points are courtesy of DraftTek.com 2-37) The Arizona Cardinals (Giants) select WR A.J. Brown, Ole Miss 2-38) The Jacksonville Jaguars select TE Irv Smith Jr., Alabama 2-39) The Tampa Bay Buccaneers select S Johnathan Abram, Mississippi State 2-40) The Buffalo Bills select WR Parris Campbell, Ohio State TRADE! The Denver Broncos send 2-41 (490 points) The Atlanta Falcons send 2-45, 5-172, 6-186 (450 + 22.2 + 16.6 = 488.8 points) *NFL Trade Value Chart Points are courtesy of DraftTek.com TRADE DETAILS: The Atlanta Falcons needed to aggressively get ahead of the run on offensive lineman that they projected with the Bengals, Lions and Packers, and they looked masterful in doing so here. 2-41) The Atlanta Falcons (Broncos) select OT Dalton Risner, Kansas State The Falcons managed to have an Under The Radar Interview with offensive tackle Dalton Risner at some point, which only makes sense as they had done their due diligence on other top offensive tackles such as Jawaan Taylor, Jonah Williams, Andre Dillard, Cody Ford, Kaleb McGary, and Tytus Howard. The Falcons have to love Risner's game and he should be able to contribute at a starting level early in his career with Atlanta on the right side of their line. He will certainly need to compete with Sambrailo, but the Falcons didn't move up without envisioning that Risner could win the job. He could provide stability for the Falcon's right side of the offensive line for many years. 2-42) The Cincinnati Bengals select OT Tytus Howard, Alabama State 2-43) The Detroit Lions select OL Elgton Jenkins, Mississippi State 2-44) The Green Bay Packers select OL Erik McCoy, Texas A&M 2-45) The Denver Broncos (Falcons) select LB Mack Wilson, Alabama … ATLANTA’S REMAINING DRAFT SELECTIONS 3-79) The Atlanta Falcons traded this selection to the Detroit Lions 4-117) The Atlanta Falcons select DE Maxx Crosby, Eastern Michigan The Falcons conducted an In-House Top 30 Visit with Crosby and saw a pass rusher that could become something special in the Falcons attack. He provides interesting insurance if the Falcons decide to let Vic Beasley walk next year, but for now he is a rotational edge presence. 4-137) The Atlanta Falcons select OL Lamont Gaillard, Georgia The Falcons had Gaillard meet with them for a Local Pro Day Workout, a College All-Star Game Interview, and a Combine Interview. They love his level of competitiveness and skill and feel he could be the heir apparent to Alex Mack at center, but for now he is competition at guard. 5-152) The Atlanta Falcons select CB Jimmy Moreland, James Madison The Falcons saw Moreland for a College All-Star Game Interview. What they found was a ball-hawking, competitive corner with good speed and ability to shine in their defense. He has the ability to climb the depth chart next year, in the event that Desmond Trufant is not retained. 5-172) The Atlanta Falcons traded this selection to the Denver Broncos 6-186) The Atlanta Falcons traded this selection to the Denver Broncos 7-230) The Atlanta Falcons select WR/KR Johnnie Dixon, Ohio State The Falcons saw Dixon at a College Campus Private Workout. What they saw was a speedy and athletic wideout who has not yet scratched the surface of this wideout ability, but could contribute right away on special teams, especially as a returner. ATLANTA'S POST-DRAFT ROSTER KEY: Bold = Likely Final 53 (50 chosen below) Red = Drafted * = Denotes Roster Bubble Player (3 spots available below) My Personal Favorites To Take Final 3 Roster Spots = Eric Saubert, Ra'Shede Hageman, Afolabi Laguda, QB Matt Ryan, Matt Schaub, *Kurt Beckert RB Devonta Freeman, Brian Hill RB Ito Smith, Kenjon Barner, *Jeremy Langford FB *Ricky Ortiz WR Julio Jones, James Hardy WR Calvin Ridley, Russell Gage WR Mohammed Sanu, Johnnie Dixon, *Christian Blake, *Devin Gray TE Austin Hooper, Logan Paulsen TE Luke Stocker, *Eric Saubert, *Alex Gray, *Jaeden Graham LT Jake Matthews, John Wetzel* LG James Carpenter, Wes Schweitzer, *Sean Harlow C Alex Mack, Lamont Gaillard, *Adam Gettis RG Jamon Brown, Brandon Fusco* RT Dalton Risner, Ty Sambrailo, *Matt Gono DE Takk McKinley, Steven Means, Maxx Crosby DT Grady Jarrett, Jack Crawford, *Ra’Shede Hageman DT Ed Oliver, Tyeler Davison, Deadrin Senat, *Justin Zimmer, *Michael Bennett DE Vic Beasley, Adrian Clayborn, *Chris Odom, *Jacob Tuioti-Mariner LB De’Vondre Campbell, Kemal Ishmael LB Deion Jones, Bruce Carter LB Foye Oluokun, *Duke Riley, *Jermaine Grace CB Desmond Trufant, Blidi Wreh-Wilson CB Isaiah Oliver, Jimmy Moreland NB Damonte Kazee, *Taveze Calhoun FS Rico Allen, *Afolabi Laguda, *Chris Cooper, *Ryan Neal SS Keanu Neal, J.J. Wilcox, *Sharrod Neasman K Giorgio Tavecchio P Matt Bosher LS Josh Harris KR/PR Kenjon Barner, Johnnie Dixon RISE UP!
  2. Just a boredom mock draft waiting for the real draft. It's mixed with a few things I think will happen and a few that should happen. Titans trade up, we trade down, the Broncos get a QB. Lets get started. 1 LA - QB Jared Goff 2 PHI - QB Carson Wentz 3 SD - DE DeForest Buckner 4 DAL - RB Ezekiel Elliott 5 JAX - OT Ronnie Stanley 6 (TRADE) The Tennessee Titans receive #6 overall in exchange for #15 overall and #33 overall. The Tennessee Titans select OT Larmey Tunsil. 7 SF - CB/FS Jalen Ramsey 8 CLE - OLB Leonard Floyd 9 TB - DE Joey Bosa 10 NYG - WR Corey Coleman 11 CHI - DE Shaq Lawson 12 NO - DT Sheldon Rankins 13 MIA - CB Vernon Hargreaves III 14 OAK - ILB Reggie Ragland 15 BAL - OT Jack Conklin 16 DET - OLB Darrin Lee 17 (TRADE) The Cincinnati Bengals trade #24, #87 and #122 to the Atlanta Falcons for #17. The Cincinnati Bengals select WR Josh Doctson 18 IND - C Ryan Kelly 19 BUF - CB Eli Apple 20 NYJ - QB Paxton Lynch 21 WAS - DT Jarren Reed 22 HOU - WR Laquan Treadwell 23 MIN - WR Will Fuller 24 ATL - S Keanu Neal 25 PIT - CB William Jackson 26 SEA - OT Taylor Decker 27 GB - DT A'shawn Robinson 28 KC - CB Kendall Fuller 29 ARI - DE/DT Robert Nkemdiche 30 CAR - DE Kevin Dodd 31 (TRADE) The Broncos get desperate in their QB search and send #31 overall to the Philadelphia Eagles for QB Sam Bradford. The Philadelphia Eagles select OT Jason Spriggs. Round 2 32 CLE - RB Derrick Henry 33 BAL (from TEN) DT Andrew Billings 34 DAL - DE Emmanuel Ogbah 35 SD - OG Cody Whitehair 36 BAL - DE Noah Spence 37 SF - QB Connor Cook 38 JAX - DE/DT Jonathan Bullard 39 TB - CB Xavien Howard 40 NYG - OLB Su'a Cravens 41 CHI - TE Hunter Henry 42 MIA - OT Germain Ifedi 43 TEN - WR Michael Thomas 44 OAK - CB Mackensie Alexander 45 TEN - S Vonn Bell 46 DET - DT Chris Jones 47 NO - OLB Deion Jones 48 IND - ILB Kentrell Brothers 49 BUF - DT Kenny Clark 50 ATL - OLB Joshua Perry 51 NYJ - OT Spencer Drango 52 HOU - RB Kenneth Dixon 53 WAS - FS Darien Thompson 54 MIN - DE Shilique Calhoun 55 CIN - S Karl Joseph 56 SEA - OC Nick Martin 57 GB - ILB Scooby Wright 58 PIT - WR Sterling Shepard 59 KC - DT Vernon Butler 60 NE - WR Braxton Miller 61 NE - OG Vadal Alexander 62 CAR - OT John Theus 63 DEN - DT Javon Hargrave FULL ATL MOCK #24 - FS Keanu Neal #55 - OLB Joshua Perry #81 - OLB Jordan Jenkins #87 - SS Jeremy Cash #115 - TE Jerrell Adams #122 - ILB Jatavis Brown #238 - OC Mike Matthews I doubled up on safeties for a reason. Allen strikes fear into nobody. We could slide SS/LB Jeremy Cash into the box safety roll where he excels. This allows Neal to roam the field and bring the pain on people. It allows him to best use his athleticism and instincts. I feel like we're going to try and load up on safety/lb hybrid chess piece type players. This draft is rich in them. Anyway, the real draft can't get here soon enough.
  3. OK so this will be a dream ideal situation that could tremendously help outo and boost the team we all truly love and care so much for in to deep playoff and even SB conversations. I know you will all have different options but welcome all fellow Riser upers to comment. ENJOY!!!! So basically I'm not going to give you guys a long read (Actually maybe A Lil ). I'm going to get right to the point. With 5 picks in the draft, 4 being in 1st 4 rounds, I say we gamble back picks and some of next year's picks for 4 bonified picks in the 1st 2 rounds of the draft. Sounds crazy? It is! But when we pull it off our team will be set. So here's how it goes. 17th pick- Leonard Floyd-Olb.....get the "passrussher" we need. **TRADE** 26TH pick- Jaylon smith-lb...yes bubble dip..he also sure fire top 5 talent and we get future stud lb core....give seahawks 3rd and 6th this year and 5th or 4th next.... **Trade** 38th pick- Robert Nkemdiche-DT...now get another Atl native and a heck of a player who will stuff the inside and drop down the lead leading 20 rushing tds we gave up...we give Jacksonville 4th this year and 2nd or 3rd next (which ever works). 50th pick- Su'a Cravens or Keanu Neal-SS...with last pick in our draft now we get our stud SS for years to come you guys can flip on who you would rather have if both is there. So in the end it may sound crazy but very possible and in my trade we still keep next year's 1st and 2nd round picks, which we all know is the money picks. And yes I went all defense. We sorely need it. Defensive Starter DE-VIC BEASLEY DT-ROBERT NKEMDICHE DT-DERRICK SHELBY DE-ADRIAN CLAYBORN OLB-LEONARD FLOYD ILB-SEAN WEATHERSPOON /JAYLON SMITH OLB-COURTNEY UPSHAW CB-DESMOND TRUUUUFANT CB-ROBERT ALFORD/JALEN COLLINS SS-SU'A CRAVENS OR KEANU NEAL FS-RICARDO ALLEN Would be a scary defense for years in the new stadium. But just a thought of mines. Hey a Falcon Fan can dream right . Hope you all enjoy the read and comment comment comment. RISE UP!!!
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