2018 NFL Mock Draft: Bills grab a top QB after a big trade

PASADENA, CA - JANUARY 01: Baker Mayfield
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Maryland. DJ Moore. 16. player. 26. . Wide Receiver

I give credit to Justin for this. For months I have heard him about this guy named DJ Moore that was a fourth-round prospect and how he is vastly underrated. He has been dead on with his scouting and analysis of Moore, and now others are starting to catch on.

Moore is similar to Stefon Diggs with a little Steve Smith in him. Smith excelled and was the number one receiver for the Ravens after he was let go from Carolina, and they have been searching for a receiver to replace him for years. While John Brown is a decent addition and Michael Crabtree is an upgrade for sure, Moore can become the team’s top option on the outside and be the guy for years to come. (Stephen)

Previous Pick: Calvin Ridley

15. <strong>TRADE</strong> <p>New Orleans trades No. 27, No. 91, and 2019 second to Los Angeles for No. 17</p>. Quarterback. Louisville. Lamar Jackson. 17. player

This seems to be a match made in heaven. Jackson would learn from one of the best quarterbacks in the game Drew Brees, without the pressure of playing right away. Sean Payton, one of the best play callers in NFL history, would find ways to accent his strengths once Brees ultimately retires.

The Saints are a deep team that can pull off a move like this without worrying about jeopardizing their immediate future. (Justin)

Previous Pick: Rashaan Evans

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

Seattle is in the midst of rebuilding their defense. While Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor are still there, they are both coming off injuries. Richard Sherman is now on a conference rival and nearly every other cornerback has been traded. But instead of going for a corner like I have had them taking before, I think they could go defensive end here.

Trading Michael Bennett has left a hole despite the reemergence of Dion Jordan. However Davenport is a freak of nature athletically and his ability to get to the pass rusher can help out a rebuilt secondary by rushing quarterback throws and impacting accuracy. Plus with quarterbacks like Jimmy Garappolo and Jared Goff on the rise in the NFC West, getting to them and slowing them down will be key.

Previous Pick: Mike Hughes