Editor's note: This mock draft was updated after the Patriots traded Brandin Cooks and a fourth-round pick to the Rams for the No. 23 overall pick in this year's draft and a sixth-round pick.
With 23 days to go until teams are officially on the clock, here's my second mock of the 2018 NFL Draft. I'm projecting a couple of trades -- the Bills move up to No. 5 in a deal with the Broncos and the Browns trade into the last slot of Round 1 in a swap with the Eagles.
Darnold is the best quarterback in this year's draft, and he fills the biggest need for Cleveland.
Eli Manning can still play well. They give him a chance to do that with the signing of LT
Nate Solder and selection of Barkley.
Rosen will be the most scrutinized pick from this draft for years to come. He's the most pro-ready QB in this class.
Browns bypass bigger needs (LT, WR) to land a bookend to
Myles Garrett up front on defense.
PROJECTED TRADE WITH BRONCOS. The
Bills move up the board again and they find their QB. Allen is built to throw in the bad weather he'll encounter in Buffalo.
Nelson is the best offensive lineman to enter the draft since 2000.
Fitzpatrick's versatility will allow him to play cornerback or safety in the back end for the Bucs.
This pick gives the
Bears two talented young cornerbacks with Ward joining
Kyle Fuller in the secondary.
The Niners are in desperate need of a pass rusher and Davenport helps them get after the quarterback. ... Chicago and San Francisco could be looking at the same players at this juncture in the draft.
Raiders bolster their defense by adding the best linebacker in the draft.
With the division-rival
Bills picking quarterbacks in the top five, Miami keeps pace by adding Mayfield.
PROJECTED TRADE WITH BILLS. A playmaking inside linebacker is a need for Denver. Smith fits the bill.
Redskins fill their biggest need with the selection of Vea, who changes the face of the front seven on defense.
Hughes might be the most complete cornerback in the draft.
WR, QB and CB are the
Cardinals' biggest needs. Ridley is the highest-rated player still available from those position groups.
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