Buffalo Bills: Complete first-round 2019 NFL mock draft 2.0

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54. . Safety. Florida. Chauncey Gardner-Johnson. 25. player

Another pick that remains the same for me. Philly needs help on the back end despite re-signing Ronald Darby and Gardner-Johnson brings a playmaker on the back end. A good player all around, lining Gardner-Johnson up in the secondary can make for an eventual replacement or running mate for veteran Malcolm Jenkins.

Previous Pick: Chauncey Gardner-Johnson

. Defensive Tackle. Clemson. Christian Wilkins. 26. player. 46

Much like Oliver, Wilkins will fall in the draft because teams will reach for need. Wilkins is a great football player and Chris Ballard continues his stretch of impact draft selections. Wilkins will help stuff the run and take on blockers to allow Darius Leonard to continue his stellar play.

Previous Pick: Christian Wilkins

. Tight End. Iowa. Noah Fant. 27. player. 28

At this point, Fant should be a no-brainer for the Raiders. If they want to continue to build their offense, they can keep going with the drafting of Fant.

A matchup nightmare, Fant would add a dangerous weapon over the middle as Antonio Brown and Tyrell Williams are on the outside and Josh Jacobs is terrorizing in the backfield. Add in new left tackle Trent Brown and Oakland is beginning to build a dangerous offense.

Previous Pick: Noah Fant

. Linebacker. Michigan. Devin Bush Jr.. 28. player. 13

The Chargers may be one of the most talented teams in the NFL. They have holes in protection and the linebacking corps that be fixed early in the draft. They opt for the speedy LB Bush due to his speed and coverage skills.

With Bosa and Ingram manning the line, Bush will be able to fly fast to the ball.

Previous Pick: Devin Bush Jr.

29. player. 124. . Cornerback. Washington. Byron Murphy

Kansas City had a very poor defense last season and it is why they lost nearly all of the games that they did. While in need of a pass rusher following the trade of Dee Ford and release of Justin Houston, adding a corner like Murphy can help a pass rush in its own right. Murphy can join new signee Tyrann Mathieu in the secondary and help turn around a weak defense.

Previous Pick: Clelin Ferrell

A.J. Brown. 30. player. 49. . Wide Receiver. Ole Miss

Remember when I talked about protecting Aaron Rodgers?

A.J. Brown would be a great addition to an offense looking for an explosive playmaker. Yes I am aware they drafted two WRs last year, but they were late-round fliers that failed to capitalize on their situation. Brown will come in and start opposite Davante Adams, creating a dynamic duo they have been missing since letting Jordy Nelson walk.

Previous Pick: Chris Lindstrom

51. . Offensive Line. Boston College. Chris Lindstrom. 31. player

Veterans Roger Saffold III and John Sullivan are gone from the Rams offensive line and protecting Jared Goff should be a priority for LA. Lindstrom can play a few positions along the line and will make for a nice addition to a team with holes to fill up front. In addition, the team needs to get Todd Gurley going again and adding some life up front could be just what the doctor ordered for a talented Rams squad.

Previous Pick: Greg Little

Cornerback. Georgia. DeAndre Baker. 32. player. 47.

Bill Belichick loves corners and SEC players… soooooo this is an easy one.

Baker plays a physical brand of corner that translates to the Patriot defense. Baker would be a luxury pick for the Pats at this point, but they have several picks to fill the voids lost in free agency.

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The depth at interior offensive line and pass rusher allows them to grab their top rated corner at the end of the first.

Previous Pick: T.J. Hockenson