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

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123. . Linebacker. Boise State. Leighton Vander Esch. 19. player

It seems like every week there is a Cowboys topic on rather Sean Lee will be able to play. Taking a physical freak like Vander Esch will help cushion the loss of Anthony Hitchens and help take some pressure off Lee and Jaylon Smith.

Dallas can’t go offense here because they have neglected the defensive side of the ball for some time now. They will be getting back a healthy offensive line and a non-suspended Ezekiel Elliot, so defense must be the focus. (Justin)

Previous Pick: Courtland Sutton

Guard/Tackle. Georgia. Isaiah Wynn. 20. player. 50.

Wynn is one of the better offensive line prospects in the draft due to her versatility. He reminds me of Cordy Glenn because Glenn could play tackle and guard and had quick feet to play both.

Wynn isn’t as big as Glenn, but he can be effective at both positions. I do think that Wynn’s best position in the NFL will be guard, and the Lions could certainly use the help there. Protecting Matthew Stafford and creating any semblance of a run game are dire needs for the Lions. They haven’t had a promising running game for years and adding Wynn could certainly open holes for any running back they bring in. (Stephen)

Previous Pick: New England (traded up) selects Lamar Jackson

56. . Linebacker. Alabama. Rashaan Evans. 21. player

The Bengals linebacking corps leaves a lot to be desired. Other that Vontaze Burfict, when he is not suspended, the group is average at best. Now with the news of Burfict being shopped, this pick seems destined to happen.

Evans will step in day one as the starting middle linebacker. He will help bring stability to a position that has been a revolving door as of late.

He will be aided by the stellar play of Geno Atkins and make 100+ tackles a year. (Justin)

Previous Pick: James Daniels