Still, Bill Callahan is one of the more-respected offensive line coaches in the game, and he has had success in a variety of systems.
Now, we obviously still believe the Heisman-winning quarterback will be the top-overall pick, but let's play devil's advocate.
We may have gone a little overboard with the quarterbacks.
Instead, we're giving them the wild card that is another explosive weapon for Patrick Mahomes, especially with LeSean McCoy aging as a pending free agent and Damien Williams not holding up in an expanded role.
Their draft boards won't be set until right before the prospects start making their way to Las Vegas, and that's not even mentioning free agency, where needs will change.
It's time to get Zac Taylor a quarterback to build around.
Epenesa will be the pick here if Epenesa is still on the board.
Okudah is keeping up the trend of sending blue-chip defensive backs from Columbus to the pros.
Trading down would be ideal, likely for a team targeting a franchise quarterback, but Okudah is the most worthy candidate for this pick if they stay put.
Landing a rare talent like Young would be a huge steal, even at No.
Another possibility is that Miami actually moves to the top-overall selection for Tua, leaving Burrow available for whomever wants to trade up to nab him after the top pick comes off the board.
|Back to Epenesa, the justication is pointedly obvious - the contracts of all the Bucs' top pass rushers are expired||They had the second-worst passing defense and the ninth-worst rushing defense|
|Calais Campbell is entering his age-34 season||At 6-6, 310 pounds, Leatherwood is an elite athlete who can become a top overall blocker should he keep working on his strength and technique|
|Weaver 6-3, 265 pounds has been an absolute beast on the blue turf with 13||Even with Ward and 2019 sixth-rounder Rashad Fenton impressing, cornerback is a huge need|
|Underclassmen, denoted below with an asterisk, must declare for the draft by the Jan||~ Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst 16 Atlanta As Atlanta formally moves on from Vic Beasley, they need to decide exactly what they have on hand|
|What is responsible for the change, then? They still need bodies for 2020 and onwards, though||He plays like the Chargers' Derwin James with tremendous hybrid size 6-3, 203 pounds for the position|
|They are getting old and limited inside||Epenesa gets the call here, giving New York a versatile, dominant presence to pair with Quinnen Williams|
|His replacement, Joe Douglas, arrived too late to really help in either area, but he has had plenty of time to prepare for the job at hand now||The Falcons may have more pressing needs elsewhere, but with this pick, they land one of the fastest-rising prospects in the country|
|That could be -- at least temporarily -- coming to an end with Brady's impending free agency||The Broncos could use some defensive help, too, but in the end, they opt for better protection for Drew Lock|
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