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Jeremiah mock draft 5.0: Jared Goff falls to Rams

Titans stay put and land the top player in the draft.

RGIII isn't the long-term answer at the position.

Ramsey would be a great addition to the San Diego secondary.

The Cowboys are desperate to upgrade the pass rush.

Hargreaves can play inside or outside, and would provide the Jaguars with a proven playmaker.

The Ravens are at their best when they dominate the trenches.

This could be a QB, but instead the 49ers take the best available player.

Elliott would be a perfect fit for Doug Pederson's offense.

This might be a little early for Dodd, but he would upgrade the Tampa pass rush.

The Giants now have two young, talented bookends at offensive tackle.

Floyd is an elite athlete and his best football is ahead of him.

Treadwell would be a perfect complement to Brandin Cooks.

Miami continues to invest in making its defense dominant.

Jackson is a very talented player who would fit well in this division.

In this scenario, the Rams would run the card up to the desk in Chicago.

Jones has a rare mix of size and athleticism.

Atlanta goes back to Clemson to find a complementary pass rusher for Vic Beasley.

The Colts must address the offensive line.

Rankins is very disruptive and the Bills need some youth up front.

Ragland is a dominant run defender and he's underrated in coverage.

Billings is very strong and quick. Plus, he fills a need in Washington.

Coleman is my favorite receiver in the draft class, and he would excel opposite DeAndre Hopkins.

There could be a mini run on wideouts at this point in the draft.

Reed is one of the most reliable, consistent players in the draft.

Alexander is a great fit in this defense.

The Seahawks need to infuse the offensive line with more talent.

Lee has elite speed and athleticism for the position.

The Chiefs replace Sean Smith with a similar player.

The Cardinals continue to invest in the offensive line.

Joseph plays with an edge and he would wreak havoc behind this defensive front.

The Broncos land their franchise QB.

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