2018 NFL Mock Draft 5.0: Run on QBs forces Bills to trade up

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Round 2

33) Cleveland- (CB) Isaiah Oliver, Colorado

34) New York Giants- (DE) Sam Hubbard, Ohio State

35) Cleveland- (OT) Connor Williams, Texas

36) Philadelphia-(TRADE)  (CB) Carlton Davis, Auburn

37) Indianapolis- (DT) Maurice Hurst, Michigan

38) Tampa Bay- (RB) Nick Chubb, Georgia

39) Chicago- (DT) Taven Bryan, Florida

40) Denver- (QB) Mason Rudolph, Oklahoma State

41) Oakland- (DT) Harrison Phillips, Stanford

42) Miami- (TE) Dallas Goedert, South Dakota State

43) New England- (OT) Kolton Miller, UCLA

44) Washington- (DT) Tim Settle, Virginia Tech

45) Green Bay- (WR) James Washington, Oklahoma State

46) Cincinnati- (G) Braden Smith, Auburn

47) Arizona- (QB) Kyle Lauletta, Richmond

48) Los Angeles Chargers- (OT) Brian O’Neill, Pittsburgh

49) Indianapolis- (RB) Sony Michel, Georgia

50) Dallas- (TE) Mike Gesicki, Penn State

51) Detroit- (RB) Kerryon Johnson, Auburn

52) Baltimore- (WR) D.J. Chark, LSU

53) Buffalo- (WR) Christian Kirk, Texas A&M

The Bills get a huge value in Christian Kirk. Kirk will be a dangerous slot weapon that is comparable to Golden Tate. He has the tools to be a special talent if placed in the right system. Kirk also has enough juice to be a dynamic returner if the Bills choose to use him. (Justin)

54) Kansas City- (CB) Donte Jackson, LSU

55) Carolina- (S) Ronnie Harrison, Alabama

56) Buffalo- (DT) B.J. Hill, North Carolina State

By no means is this a sexy pick, but it makes sense for a team looking to get younger in several areas. Hill can spend the year being a third defensive tackle in a rotation, helping spell Kyle Williams and learning from him at the same time. Big but agile, he can help be a run stuffer for the team and be a key piece of the defense for the coming years. (Stephen)

57) Tennessee- (LB) Josey Jewell, Iowa

58) Atlanta- (DT) Trenton Thompson, Georgia

59) San Francisco- (S) Jessie Bates, Wake Forest

60) Pittsburgh-(S) Justin Reid, Stanford

61) Jacksonville- (DE) Da’Shawn Hand, Alabama

62) Minnesota- (CB) Anthony Averett, Alabama

63) Detroit- (TRADE) (DE) Arden Key, LSU

Next: Options for adding talented pass catchers to the roster

64) Cleveland- (LB) Darius Leonard, South Carolina State