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Interesting draft in Nashville. Washington looks to have done well with their two first-round picks. The New York Giants ended up with three first-round picks and continue to provide an endless source of comedy.

The NFL 2019 Round 1 draft results are as follows:

1. Arizona CardinalsKyler Murray QB Oklahoma – 5’10” 207 lbs.

Murray checks the boxes with arm strength, quickness, and mobility, but will need OL upgrades to “stand” a chance.

2. San Francisco 49ersNick Bosa DE Ohio State – 6’4″ 266 lbs.

A top every-down defensive player and immediate impact starter.

3. New York JetsQuinnen Williams DT Alabama – 6’3″ 303 lbs.

A top defensive player that should command double-teams inside for the Jets.

4. Oakland RaidersClelin Ferrell DE Clemson – 6’4″ 264 lbs.

High character pass-rusher whose expected to be a leader for last season’s worst pass-rush defense.

5. Tampa Bay BuccaneersDevin White LB LSU – 6’0″ 237 lbs.

Solid sideline-to-sideline inside backer with speed, athleticism, and coverage skills which fills a need for the Bucs who will need to contend with the likes of Alvin Kamara, Christian McCaffrey, and Devonta Freeman.

6. New York GiantsDaniel Jones QB Duke – 6’5″ 221 lbs.

At least Jones is tall and has experience dealing with adversity. He’ll be dealing with more adversity in New York when Eli is done.

7. Jacksonville JaguarsJosh Allen EDGE Kentucky – 6’5″ 262 lbs.

Immediate impact player as a pass-rusher on passing downs.

8. Detroit LionsT.J. Hockenson TE Iowa – 6’5″ 251 lbs.

Solid in both run/pass game. Hockenson should see a lot of snaps given his every-down potential.

9. Buffalo BillsEd Oliver DT Houston – 6’2″ 287 lbs.

Oliver should bring an immediate pass-rush presence from the interior.

10. Pittsburgh SteelersDevin Bush LB Michigan – 5’11” 234 lbs.

Bush is a sold three-down interior backer as the Steelers continue to look for a Ryan Shazier replacement.

11. Cincinnati BengalsJonah Williams OT Alabama – 6’5″ 302 lbs.

Williams should step in as an immediate starter at the RT.

12. Green Bay PackersRashan Gary DE Michigan – 6’4″ 277 lbs.

Every-down versatility as an immediate starter.

13. Miami DolphinsChristian Wilkins DT Clemson – 6’3″ 315 lbs.

Every-down versatility as an immediate starter who should help improve Miami’s rush defense.

14. Atlanta FalconsChris Lindstrom G Boston College – 6’4″ 308 lbs.

Should improve pass protection as immediate starter at RG.

15. Washington RedskinsDwayne Haskins QB Ohio State – 6’3″ 231 lbs.

Has good size/arm strength but lacks mobility. Should be a week 1 starter for the franchise.

16. Carolina PanthersBrian Burns EDGE Florida State – 6’5″ 249 lbs.

Burns brings pass-rush ability immediately with three-down potential.

17. New York GiantsDexter Lawrence DT Clemson – 6’5″ 342 lbs.

Huge run-stuffing NT who will fill the role of the departed Damon Harrison.

18. Minnesota VikingsGarrett Bradbury C North Carolina State – 6’3″ 306 lbs.

Very quick but lacks power. Immediate starter for OL that needs improvement.

19. Tennessee TitansJeffery Simmons DT Mississippi State – 6’4″ 305 lbs.

With an ACL tear occurring in February, will not have an immediate impact.

20. Denver Broncos Noah Fant TE Iowa – 6’4″ 249 lbs.

A receiving TE who will immediately start.

21. Green Bay PackersDarnell Savage S Maryland – 5’11” 198 lbs.

Small but fast and immediate starter at FS.

22. Philadelphia EaglesAndre Dillard T Washington State – 6’5″ 315 lbs.

Should start at LT next season as Jason Peters eventual replacement.

23. Houston TexansTytus Howard T Alabama State – 6’5″ 322 lbs.

Will start at LT on the OL that gave up the most sacks last season.

24. Oakland RaidersJosh Jacobs RB Alabama – 5’10” 220 lbs.

Solid all-around skill-set. An immediate starter at least on two-downs.

25. Baltimore RavensMarquise Brown WR Oklahoma – 5’9″ 166 lbs.

Small but very fast. Should be an immediate starter.

26. Washington RedskinsMontez Sweat EDGE Mississippi State – 6’6″ 260 lbs.

Immediate pass-rush starter with three-down ability.

27. Oakland RaidersJohnathan Abram S Mississippi State – 5’11” 205 lbs.

Hard-hitting box safety with good speed. Should be an immediate starter for a defense with a lot of holes to fill.

28. Los Angeles ChargersJerry Tillery DT Notre Dame – 6’7″ 295 lbs.

Should be a three-down starter.

29. Seattle SeahawksL.J. Collier DE Texas Christian – 6’2″ 283 lbs.

Should be an immediate three-down starter to upgrade run-defense as Frank Clark’s replacement.

30. New York GiantsDeandre Baker CB Georgia – 5’11” 193 lbs.

Should be an immediate starter.

31. Atlanta FalconsKaleb McGary T Washington – 6’7″ 317 lbs.

Another first-round O-Lineman for the Falcons. Good run-blocker but has short arm length. Could start at RT for a weak run offense last season.

32. New England PatriotsN’Keal Harry WR Arizona State – 6’2″ 228 lbs.

Good size with ball skills on contested throws. Role on offense currently unknown but should see starter snaps considering current depth chart.

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