We are just under two weeks away from the first round of the NFL Draft, and things are starting to heat up. Our latest 2018 NFL mock draft sees the Buffalo Bills go all in for a quarterback.
This is the sixth installment of a weekly 2018 NFL mock draft that fellow BuffaLowDown contributor Justin Baumann and myself have put together. We take a look around the league at team needs, rumors, workouts,and meetings that are constantly going on to formulate each mock draft.
Each week, Justin takes the teams picking at odd numbers and I take the teams at the evens. We work together to make trades and put players with teams in which we think they could be a good fit. When we make those trades we often refer to the NFL Trade Value Chart that puts a point system with every pick, making it easier to figure out equal compensation.
It has been well documented that this is a quarterback-heavy class and it is also loaded at several other positions. One of the best things about this class is how deep it is. There are only a handful of players that are first-round talents, but there are impact players available in the second, third and even fourth rounds.
There are several teams with a ton of draft capital (Cleveland, Buffalo, Indianapolis, New England) that can greatly impact the draft and what trades may be made. We could see three of those four teams draft a quarterback at some point and have four quarterbacks go in the top five.
Our five previous mocks can be found at:
And now, the Cleveland Browns are now on the clock.