The Best Super Bowl

by jbassetta22


Tha Best mock out there



1. Browns: Josh Allen QB Wyoming

Browns will fall in love with Allen after senior bowl, combine, and interviews. Best QB in this class



2. Giants: Josh Rosen QB UCLA

Sit behind Eli to start the year until Rosen's stud arm forces Shurmur to take a look.



3. Colts: Bradley Chubb DE NC State

Colts need a playmaker on defense; something they haven't had since Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis.



4. Browns: Saquon Barkley RB Penn State

Pairing Barkley with Allen is the best thing you can do for a young QB. Will be the best all around HB we've seen since Marshall Faulk.



5. Broncos: Sam Darnold QB USC

Broncos need their next Manning/ Elway and Darnold is their best shot here.



6. Jets: Quenton Nelson OG Notre Dame

I am predicting the Jets sign Kirk Cousins. In that situation, they have to use this pick to help him, and Nelson is the safest pick in this draft.



7. Buccaneers: Minkah Fitzpatrick S Alabama

Best player available for TB. Fitzpatrick can play any position in the secondary.



8. Bears: Calvin Ridley WR Alabama

Instantly the top option for Trubisky, he would be great paired up with another solid WR on the outside.



9. Raiders: Roquan Smith OLB Georgia

Leader of a defense on a team that needs one.



10. 49ers: Connor Williams OT Texas

Help out Garoppolo and plan for the future without Joe Staley.



11. Dolphins: Rashaan Evans ILB Alabama

Massive upgrade at linebacker is necessary



12. Bengals: Mike McGlinchey OT Notre Dame

Something needs to be done on the OL, and even more should be done during FA.



13. Packers: Joshua Jackson CB Iowa

The best CB prospect falls to a team that has needed a CB1 for a few years now.



14. Redskins: Derwin James S FSU

Defense continues to be a problem for Washington, and upgrades in the secondary are needed after they traded away Kendall Fuller.



15. Cardinals: Baker Mayfield QB Oklahoma

I really like Baker Mayfield, but I could see a draft day slip for an undersized, red-flag QB in a year where teams seem to have many options.



16. Ravens: Derrius Guice RB LSU

Ravens like to run but don't have a #1 RB.



17. Chargers: Christian Wilkins DT Clemson

With a talented CB duo, adding a tackle to a line with Bosa and Ingram makes the Chargers defense one of the best in the league.



18. Seahawks: Denzel Ward CB Ohio State

The Legion of Boom needs some help returning to anything reminiscent of what it once was.



19. Lions: Sam Hubbard DE Ohio State

If they lose Ansah, they will need a replacement. If they keep him, Hubbard will help him on the other side.



20. Cowboys: Christian Kirk WR Texas A&M

Dez just isn't doing it for me anymore. Explosive slot guy is a HUGE need.



21. Bills: Mason Rudolph QB Oklahoma State

I can see Buffalo trading up here for a QB or address it through FA, but for this mock I'll slot them with a high ceiling prospect.



22. Bills: Vita Vea DT Washington

They couldn't stop the run after trading away Marcelo Dareus.



23. Rams: Isaiah Oliver CB Colorado

The Rams can lose 2 of their best corners in FA, including their slot guy Robell-Coleman.



24. Panthers: Courtland Sutton WR Southern Methodist

They can pair Sutton with Funchess and give Cam a couple of towers to throw it up to.



25. Titans: Clelin Ferrell DE Clemson

Another pass rusher will never hurt for a team that is solid in every facet of the game.



26. Falcons: Maurice Hurst DT Michigan

Dan Quinn and co. Seem to love drafting D- lineman in the top of the draft.



27. Saints: Mark Andrews TE Oklahoma

A bit of a reach, but Brees can use a big TE in the passing game.



28. Steelers: Ronnie Harrison S Alabama

Build up that defense piece by piece.



29. Jaguars: Lamar Jackson QB Louisville

An interesting pick that they can use as a possible replacement for Bortles, or a replacement for Allen Robinson at WR.



30. Vikings: Orlando Brown OT Oklahoma

The most complete team in the league is just missing a solid piece on the Oline.



31. Eagles: Malik Jefferson OLB Texas

With a great line and a good secondary, upgrading the linebacker corps is the only hole on that side of the ball.



32. Patriots: Carlton Davis CB Auburn

Malcolm Butler's possible departure opens up a spot for a rookie corner to join the Super Bowl 52 champs.( Prediction NE 31 PHI 21




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