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

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The Washington Redskins have been looking for a safety since they lost Sean Taylor (G.O.A.T.).

Fitzpatrick has fallen a bit in the draft but would bring great value at No. 13 overall. He will learn from Josh Norman and force the loaded NFC East to account for him at all times.

With a division full of big name quarterbacks, the Redskins must invest high draft picks in their secondary, which they haven’t done in over a decade.

Previous Pick: Derwin James

49. . Cornerback. Iowa. Josh Jackson. 14. player

Josh Jackson would be a very good fit for the Packers due to his ball skills and recovery speed. He sticks on the hip of receivers and when the ball comes his way, he has the abilities to not only break up passes, but pick them off and take them the other way.

The rest of the NFC North has two established QBs in Matthew Stafford and Kirk Cousins, but tons of talented wide receivers like Stefon Diggs, Marvin Jones Jr., Golden Tate, Adam Thielen and now Allen Robinson. Adding a playmaker like Johnson to the Packers secondary would be a great help to the team in the short, and long term. (Stephen)

Previous Pick: Unchanged

32. . Tackle. Notre Dame. Mike McGlinchey. 15. player

When you have a quarterback like Sam Bradford in the pocket, it is important to protect him. When Bradford gets touched in the pocket, he gets injured. To ensure that doesn’t happen, the Cardinals will grab the best tackle in the draft.

I would not rule out quarterback for Arizona. If they want a pocket quarterback they may reach for Mason Rudolph here. There are rumors that they love Josh Allen, but he will be gone way earlier than No. 15. (Justin)

Previous Pick: Minkah Fitzpatrick