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Jeremiah mock draft 8.0: Saints take Paxton Lynch

All signs point to Goff being the Rams' pick.

Wentz will fit perfectly in Doug Pederson's scheme and it won't take him long to win the job.

Lots of rumblings about the Bolts taking Buckner over Jalen Ramsey and Laremy Tunsil.

The Cowboys are desperate for a pass rusher, but Ramsey would give them two dynamic young players in the secondary.

I've heard so many different reports on Jack's medicals. If he passed the Jags' physical, he's a no-brainer selection.

Just like last year, my top-rated player falls to the sixth spot.

Stanley is a steady, consistent player who will be ready to play Day 1.

Great value for the Browns after sliding down to this spot. Bosa is very disruptive.

Keep an eye on an edge rusher here, but Hargreaves has big-time playmaking skills.

This isn't the top need for the Giants, but Elliott is the best player available and would complement Eli Manning and Odell Beckham.

The Bears could use Floyd in a variety of ways. His speed/explosiveness is highly coveted in this draft.

Drew Brees isn't going to play forever and Sean Payton just signed a long-term extension. He needs to start planning for the future and I'm not sure Garrett Grayson is the answer.

They could look at linebacker here, but Apple is a player gaining momentum late in the process.

There is some risk involved here, but if Nkemdiche plays to his potential, this defensive front will be one of the best in football.

Great value pick for the Titans after trading out of the top pick.

Lawson would be a nice addition to the Lions' front. They can add an interior defensive lineman later in the draft.

The Falcons have made an effort to get faster and more explosive (see Vic Beasley last year), and Lee is an outstanding athlete.

Much-needed OL help for the Colts.

Ragland is more athletic than he's given credit for, and his instincts are outstanding.

The Jets need to upgrade the edge rush and Dodd's best football is ahead of him.

I'm a big Joseph fan, and he would provide versatility, toughness and playmaking in the back end.

Kelly is the best interior offensive lineman in this draft class. He could excel at any of the three interior spots.

The Vikings could have their choice of wide receivers at this spot. Treadwell will be a big help on third down and in the red zone.

Coleman is an explosive play waiting to happen. He will hit a lot of home runs opposite A.J. Green.

I know there's a need at cornerback, but in this scenario Reed is too talented to pass up.

Teams are split on Rankins. I think he'd be very disruptive in this scheme.

There is always a surprise in the first round. Hargrave is gaining steam because of his explosiveness and productivity.

Fuller and Jeremy Maclin would be a dynamic pair of wideouts for Andy Reid's system.

Jackson could go much higher, and he'd be tough to pass up if he fell to the Cardinals.

The Panthers needed a cornerback even before the Josh Norman departure.

Whitehair is a Day 1 starter at guard, and he could also fill in at tackle if needed.

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