2018 NFL Mock Draft: Buffalo Bills trade up for a top quarterback
Dez Bryant isn’t the same guy. His salary and lack of production will force the Cowboys to look for a replacement in the draft.
Sutton will slide in as the new number one receiver in a run-first offense. He can use his body to gain separation and act as the new Dez.
Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott will make most of the plays for Dallas, so pressure will be minimal. Sutton will be a force in the redzone and form a new version of the triplets in Dallas. (Justin)
Previous Pick: Derwin James
Ever since the retirement of Barry Sanders, the Lions have struggled to find a lead back. Enter Derrius Guice, future lead back. Guice can step in day one and be the perfect complement to Theo Riddick, more of a pass catching back.
Detroit has a very good passing attack without a run game with Matt Stafford, Marvin Jones Jr., Golden Tate, and Kenny Golladay. Adding a leading back with Guice’s talents can certainly help open up the team’s passing attack even more while providing the Lions with their first 1,000-yard rusher since Reggie Bush in 2013 and before that, Kevin Jones in 2004. (Steve)
Previous Pick: James Daniels
The Bengals linebacking corps leaves a lot to be desired. Other that Vontaze Burfict, when he is not suspended, the group is average at best.
Vander Esch would step in day one and be the new middle backer. He will help bring stability to position that has been a revolving door as of late.
He will be aided by the stellar play of Geno Atkins and make 100+ tackles a year. (Justin)
Previous Pick: Connor Williams