2018 NFL Mock Draft 3.0: Buffalo Bills pull off a blockbuster deal

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Florida State. Derwin James. 7. player. 48. . Safety

The primary need for the Buccaneers this offseason was a pass rusher. They took care of that by trading a third-round pick for Jason Pierre-Paul.

The team should now look to bring in secondary help. Derwin James is a fierce safety that has superhuman athletic abilities. He plays like a combination of Eric Berry and Jamal Adams.

The NFC South is loaded with star quarterbacks. The Buccaneers need to make sure those quarterbacks struggle for four quarters. James’ presence will force opponents to think twice before forcing a pass. I believe James is one of the most physically gifted talents to come out and the Bucs should call his name with this pick.  (Justin)

Previous Pick: Bradley Chubb

player. 57. . Linebacker. Virginia Tech. Tremaine Edmunds. 8

Free agency was huge for the Bears. They added big names like Allen Robinson and Trey Burton, giving second-year quarterback Mitchell Trubisky some major help. The team needs help on defense and Tremaine Edmunds can be that help. Large and athletic, Edmunds can rush, tackle, and drop into coverage to give Chicago a key playmaker on the defensive side of the ball.

Previous Pick: Denzel Ward

59. <strong>TRADE</strong> <p><em>Miami trades No. 11, No. 73 and No. 123 to San Francisco for No. 9 and No. 128</em></p>. Quarterback. Oklahoma. Baker Mayfield. 9. player

I believe Baker Mayfield will fit in well with Adam Gase’s scheme and their recent personnel moves seem to indicate they are moving to a fast paced offense.

Signing guys like Albert Wilson and Danny Amendola, while already having Kenny Stills and DeVante Parker, likely means they are going to a spread offense. Something that Mayfield ran at Oklahoma and Texas Tech.

That type of offense will allow Baker Mayfield to showcase his talents fully without a typical learning curve. If Tannehill plays poorly, it will be Mayfield’s show. (Justin)

Previous Pick: Lamar Jackson