2018 NFL Mock Draft: Buffalo Bills trade it all for a top quarterback

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Second Round

33. CLE: Derrius Guice/RB/LSU

34. NYG:€“ Sony Michel/RB/Georgia

35. CLE:€“ Maurice Hurst/DT/Michigan

36. IND:€“ Billy Price/G-C/Ohio State

37. IND:€“ Taven Bryan/DT/Florida

38. TB: Nick Chubb/RB/Georgia

39. CHI: Carlton Davis/CB/Auburn

40. DEN:“ James Washington/WR/Oklahoma State

41. OAK:€“ Harrison Phillips/DT/Stanford

42. MIA:€“ Dallas Goedert/TE/South Dakota State

43. NE:€“ Lorenzo Carter/DE/Georgia

44. WAS: Tim Settle/DT/Virginia Tech

45. GB: James Daniels/C-G/Iowa

46. CIN:€“ Braden Smith/G/Auburn

47. CHI:€“ Brian O’€™Neill/T/Pittsburgh

48. LAC: Kolton Miller/T/UCLA

49. IND:“ Sam Hubbard/DE-OLB/Ohio State

50. DAL:“ Mike Gesicki/TE/Penn State

51. DET:€“ Hayden Hurst/TE/South Carolina

52. BAL:€“ Malik Jefferson/LB/Texas

53. NYG: Donte Jackson/CB/LSU

54. KC: Arden Key/DE-OLB/LSU

55. CAR: Mark Andrews/TE/Oklahoma

56. BUF:€“ Josey Jewell/LB/Iowa

Linebacker is clearly a need for the Bills, and both Justin and I have had Jewell to the Bills somewhere in the second round for weeks. His abilities and production match what Sean McDermott should want in a middle linebacker, and finding a starting-caliber linebacker in the second round can greatly benefit the Bills. He could step in as a rookie and pair with Matt Milano as the foundation of the linebacking group for years. (Stephen)

57. TEN:€“ Quenton Meeks/CB/Stanford

58. BAL:€“ Kyle Lauletta/QB/Richmond

59. SF: Jessie Bates/S/Wake Forest

60. PIT:“ Uchenna Nwosu/LB/USC

61. JAC:“ DJ Chark/WR/LSU

62. MIN: Da’€™Shawn Hand/DE/Alabama

63. NE: Christian Kirk/WR/Texas A&M

64. CLE: Ronnie Harrison/S/Alabama

65. BUF:€“ Frank Ragnow/C/Arkansas

Frank Ragnow is underrated. Analytics say he is the best center in the draft and his tape makes a case for it as well. He went against elite players every week in the SEC and came away with big game experience.

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With the sudden retirements of Eric Wood and Richie Incognito (does anyone who is still on the roster anymore?), the Ragnow selection makes too much sense to pass on. He will slide in as a day one starter and be the anchor for the Bills offensive line for many years. (Justin)