NFL First Round Simulated Draft: Top 10 Four QBs – NFL Sports

The NFL draft is just two months away. As the team begins developing the draft board, the latest 2021 NFL mock draft as of March 1, 2021 is here.

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Lawrence may already have been adapted to his new uniform by Jaguar. Clemson Star is the best quarterback outlook since Andrew Luck and has a proven track record of backing up all physical quality scouts and pure talent.He will also get time to develop under the new Jugs head coach Urban Meyer, And the team has a cap room to add weapons for him this offseason. Lawrence finished 2020 and completed more than 69% of his passes with 3,153 yards and 24 touchdowns in 10 games, contributing to eight rush scores.

New York Jets: Zach Wilson, QB, BYU

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Jets did not close the door to keep the pick in the previous first round Sam darnoldHowever, a new start may be best for both the team and the players. New York certainly found value in exchanging a second pick for another team who wanted Wilson. Wilson is a potential substitute and has finished a great season with 3,692 yards and 33 touchdowns, completing 73.5% of the passes. He also shows above average mobility.

Miami Dolphins (via Texans): Ja'Marr Chase, WR, LSU

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Dolphins Devante Parker, They will be successful in adding more weapons for Tuatago Viroa. Chase opted out of the 2020 season, but before that it was an incredible outlook. Chase, on the other side of the Viking star, made 84 catches and 20 touchdowns at 1,780 yards in 2019. Justin Jefferson..

Atlanta Falcons: Trey Lance, QB, North Dakota

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Matt Ryan As he turns 36 in May, it’s no wonder Falcons is looking to find a long-term alternative. Reims has a great outlook, but it can take some time to develop because it comes from North Dakota, the power of FCS.

Cincinnati Bengals: Penei Sewell, OT, Oregon

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Sewell has been one of the most aggressive line outlooks in the last few years, and there will be no more need to support Cincinnati’s aggressive lines.He will be the perfect blind side protector Joe Burrow, Shift the pick Jona Williams of the previous first round to the right.

Philadelphia Eagles: Devonta Smith, WR, Alabama

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Philadelphia has the first round Jaylen Brown Last year, but they desperately need to add another viable wideout. Heisman Trophy-winning Smith has helped his stock significantly in the past season. Smith made 117 catches at 1,856 yards in 2020, for a total of 24 touchdowns.

Detroit Lions: Jaylen Waddle, WR, Alabama

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Waddle missed most of 2020 due to an ankle injury but was able to return to the national championship. If healthy, he could steal drafts, and Detroit may now need the top three wideouts of unlimited free agents.

Carolina Panthers: Justin Fields, QB, Ohio

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Carolina was looking for their long-term quarterback, but apparently Teddy Bridgewater.. Versatile Fields has been extremely productive in the last two seasons, finishing with 22 touchdown passes and five rush scores in eight games last year.

Denver Broncos: Caleb Farley, CB, Virginia Tech

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Denver release AJ Bouye It’s one season later, so there is a big need for cornerbacks. Farley opted out of the 2020 season as a pick for the first round, which may have been intercepted four times in the last season of college.

Dallas Cowboys: Patrick Sirtain II, CB, Alabama

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Dallas struggled in the secondary after allowing star corner Byron Jones to walk as a free agent last season and was certainly able to use the new No. 1 cornerback. Satein is an elite outlook and has a pedigree that boots after his father’s 11-year NFL career, including three Pro Bowls.

New York Giants: Gregory Rousseau, DE, Miami (FL)

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The Giants’ Pass Rush improved last season, but they were still able to use more talent in advance. Rousseau opted out of 2020, but in 2019 he had a 15.5 sack for a hurricane.

San Francisco 49ers: Rashon Slater, OT, Northwestern

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When Trent Williams‘Pending free agent, tackle on the left is a major concern in San Francisco. Slater had an outstanding career with Wildcats tackles, but he was also able to kick and guard inside if needed.

Los Angeles Chargers: Kylepits, TE, Florida

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The charger has been able to see the tight end for a long time Hunter Henry Leave it to the free agent and need the position again. Due to injury issues, the pits were limited to eight games in 2020, but there were still 43 catches and 12 touchdowns at 770 yards.

Minnesota Vikings: Alijah Vera-Tucker, OG, USC

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Guards have been a major issue for the Vikings throughout 2020, and it should be a priority for this offseason. Vera-Tucker can be useful as either a guard or a tackle.

New England Patriots: Mika Parsons, LB, PA

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The Patriots have had far more successful drafts on the defensive side of the ball and need a linebacker. Parsons opted out of 2020 after recording 109 tackles and 5 sack for the Nitta Lions in 2019.

Arizona Cardinals: Jaycee Horn, South Carolina, CB

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Cardinals can be moved from free agents Patrick Peterson, Open your needs in the cornerback. Horn, the son of former Saints Wideout Joe Horn, opted out of the 2020 season after taped enough to win an early review of the first round.

Las Vegas Raiders: Michigan, DE, Kwity Paye

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It’s too early to give up Pick Clerin Ferrel in the first round of 2019, but it still can’t stop the Raiders from adding another young pass rusher. Paye needs to help the Raiders right away with 8.5 sack in 16 games over the last two years.

Miami Dolphins: Jeremiah Ous-Colamore, ILB, Notre Dame

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Miami’s defensive talents grew rapidly, but they were still able to use some help at the second level. Owusu-Koramoah has been a major playmaker in Notre Dame for the second consecutive season, scoring 62 tackles and 1.5 sack in 12 games.

Washington Football Team: Mac Jones, QB, Alabama

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Washington needs to work on quarterbacks in the long run, and it’s possible to move away from Alex Smith soon. Jones did a lot to help 2020 stocks and senior bowls, and his high accuracy (77.4% in 2020) could make the transition easier.

Chicago Bears: Kadariustony, WR, Florida

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Bears has some big decisions to make in the attack with Mitch Trubisky and Allen Robinson. Once Florida was a breakout year with 984 yards in 11 games, Tony’s addition would address one of those areas.His speed and variety Matt Nagy A dynamic player like spending time at KC with Tyrek Hill.

Indianapolis Colts: Christian Dariso, OT, Virginia Tech

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With the retirement of the left tackle for many years Anthony Castonzo, Colts is looking for a protector on the blind side of Carson Wentz. Dariso has evolved into a strong first round outlook in 2020.

Tennessee Titans: Gellan Phillips, DE, Miami (FL)

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Pass Rush remains a problem for Titans in 2020, with Vic Beasley in an off-season acquisition Jadebeon Crowney I’m doing almost nothing to help. Philips is a transfer from UCLA, who broke out with eight sack in 10 games in the 2020 season.

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23. New York Jets (via Seahawks): Najee Harris, RB, alabama

New York Jets (via Seahawks): Nagy Harris, RB, Alabama

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Le’Veon Bell’s Jets signature didn’t go as planned and they’re back on the running back market. Harris has a very high ceiling and finished 1,891 yards from Scrimmage last season with 30 touchdowns.

Pittsburgh Steelers: Jaylen Mayfield, Michigan, OT

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Pittsburgh may lose left tackle Alejandro Villanueva There is no cap space to give a huge amount of money to a free agent and another veteran. Mayfield is a cheap alternative that you can intervene quickly.

Jacksonville Jaguars (via Rams): Chris Chambermore, DT, Alabama

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Jugs have recently spent a fair amount of draft capital on the line of defense, but it’s still not where they want. Bermore had a chance to become the dominant interior player, scoring eight sack in 11 games in 2020.

Cleveland Browns: Pennsylvania State University Jayson Oweh

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Myles Garrett Is one of the NFL’s top pass rushers, but finding consistency on the other side remains a problem for Cleveland. Owe recorded 38 tackles in seven games in 2020, including 6.5 tackles.

Baltimore Ravens: Trevon Moehrig, S, TCU

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Baltimore released Earl Thomas shortly before the start of last season, and safety was an issue for them for much of the 2020 season. Morrig has the potential to be a long-term alternative, with 109 tackles and 6 intercepts demonstrating the excellent productivity of Horned Frog over the last two seasons.

New Orleans Saints: Azeez Ojulari, DE, Georgia

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Potential to lose Tray Hendrickson The Saints Pass Rush is disastrous, but the draft has options. Ojulari is a quick edge pass rusher who had a great 2020 and recorded 9.5 sack in 10 games.

Green Bay Packers: Zaben Collins, LB, Tulsa

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Inside linebackers are a major need for packers this offseason. Collins was a linebacker and Tulsa breakout playmaker in 2020, achieving 54 tackles and 4 intercepts in eight games.

Buffalo Bills: Teben Jenkins, OT, Oklahoma

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Bills may consider replacing the pending free agent’s right tackle, Darryl Williams, with a young man like Jenkins in the draft. Jenkins emerged as the first outlook after a strong career in Oklahoma.

Kansas City Chiefs: Joe Tryon, DE, Washington

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Frank Clark It was the year the Chiefs went down in 2020, and the defensive end was Tanok Pasanyon. Alex Okafor It is a free agent. The Trion is defensive end and KC’s coveted size, recording eight sack in 2019 before opting out of the 2020 season.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Terrace Marshall Jr., WR, LSU

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Buccane can lose Chris Godwin. Antonio Brown, And this off-season Rob Gronkowski may prioritize the addition of another receiver. Marshall finished 2020 with 48 catches and 10 touchdowns at 731 yards in just seven games.

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