The first round of the 2019 NFL draft had several surprise moments. One of the more surprising things was all the good talent that slipped into the second round. Teams will have plenty of opportunities to try and trade up for a first round talent that slipped for whatever reason. With the second night of the draft just a few hours away, here is a predictive mock draft for the second round.
Tom Brady and Bill Belichick just lead the New England Patriots to their sixth SuperBowl win, but for the Patriots they never take a day off on a quest for SuperBowls. The loss of Rob Gronkowski is devastating and the Patriots don’t do much in free agency so the draft is where they restock their roster. The Patriots have 12 picks and have some needs they need to hit on to win the AFC yet again. Continue reading →
We are hours away from the draft. Here at The ScoreCrow, It has come down to the last few hours to get all these mock drafts out. A big shoutout to every one of our writers who worked hard on these. Before the draft tonight, head to the bottom of the page to check out every one of our mock drafts.
The Cowboys need help on the defensive side. Offensively speaking, they are pretty set outside of some late-round depth. The Cowboys need to focus on the defensive line and the secondary. The Cowboys traded their first-round pick to the Raiders for Amari Cooper so the Cowboys may miss the bulk of the loaded defensive line class.
The Chargers took a huge step last season. They went 12-4 last season and finished second in the AFC West. Philip Rivers played awesome last season. There was a point where they thought he could be the MVP. Continue reading →
The NFL Draft is this Thursday; the Carolina Panthers have needs on both the offensive and defensive lines. The Panthers will need to draft players that can protect Cam Newton and players to put pressure on the opposing quarterback. Continue reading →
Going into last season, the Minnesota Vikings broke the bank, to bring in highly coveted free agent quarterback Kirk Cousins. Expectations were quite high, only to end up missing the playoffs. The final nail in the coffin was a week 17 loss to the Chicago Bears. Looking towards the draft, the Vikings have eight picks, including two six and seven round selections. It wouldn’t be very surprising to see the Vikings take a pair of offensive linemen in the first four rounds. Continue reading →