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

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28. . Linebacker. Georgia. Roquan Smith. 10. player

This seems to be an extremely natural fit for both parties. Oakland desperately needs playmakers on defense and Smith is the best middle linebacker in the class. Cornerback could be another area to address for the Raiders here, but Smith provides another major piece to Jon Gruden’s remade defense. Smith can step in from day one and give Khalil Mack some much-needed help. (Stephen)

Previous Pick: Rashaan Evans

42. <em>Traded from Miami to San Francisco </em>. Safety/Corner. Alabama. Minkah Fitzpatrick. 11. player

I believe they will continue to focus draft assets on the defensive side of the ball. Trading back with the Dolphins allows them to pick up extra picks while getting their guy at 11.

In recent years, they selected Arik Armstead, DeForest Buckner and Solomon Thomas to build their defensive line. Now the focus must shift to the secondary. Fitzpatrick could fill in at safety or corner, so he has great value at No. 11 overall. (Justin)

Previous Pick: Unchanged

Marcus Davenport. 12. player. 46. <em>Traded to Indianapolis from Buffalo via Cincinnati</em>. Defensive End. Texas-San Antonio

Moving works out well for the Colts as they are able to net the pass-rusher they need. Davenport is an athletic freak with size, speed and power. His only knock is the competition in which he played against, but the same could be said about Ziggy Ansah when he was drafted by the Detroit Lions several years ago.

Indy should be taking talented players to help a roster that is in dire need of it and Davenport can play with a hand on the ground and standing up off the edge. He would be a major upgrade to what they have now. (Stephen)

Previous Pick: Unchanged