2018 NFL Mock Draft: Buffalo Bills make a big move for a quarterback

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SMU. Courtland Sutton. 16. player. 26. . Wide Receiver

A quality number one receiver has always been an issue for the Ravens. Steve Smith was that for them in years past, but with an aging Joe Flacco, the team needs a go-to option.

Courtland Sutton had an impressive combine and has put himself in the conversation for WR1 in this class. Pairing him with Flacco gives the team an option on the outside that can go up and get it with a 6-foot-4 frame, but also strong hands and solid route running. (Stephen)

Quarterback. Louisville. Lamar Jackson. 17. player. 13.

This may be a head scratcher to some but let’s look at the facts. Philip Rivers is 36 years old and is a statue in the pocket. Rivers may continue to play at a high level for 2-3 years and that will allow Jackson to grow much like Aaron Rodgers did.

Lamar is not a finished product but I believe he could be a great NFL quarterback. This may be a luxury pick, but the Chargers are looking to sell tickets long-term in Los Angeles. Lamar Jackson could do that. (Justin)

18. player. 36. . Defensive End. Texas-San Antonio. Marcus Davenport

Marcus Davenport is a freak. Men that are 6-foot-6 and 264 pounds should not run 4.58 second 40-yard dash times. Well, Davenport did.

The Seahawks agreed to trade Michael Bennett to the Philadelphia Eagles on Wednesday and it appears they are starting to dismantle their defense. While the team had a productive tryout with Dion Jordan last year, the team needs to get younger and cheaper at the position. Adding an athlete like Davenport could be similar to the Lions drafting Ziggy Ansah several years ago. (Stephen)