NFL Mock Draft

2019 NFL Mock Draft: Justin Herbert heads to Giants

With Week 1 of the 2018 NFL season in the books, let us take a look at our latest 2019 NFL Mock Draft, which has Buffalo picking first overall.

The first week of the NFL season came to an end on Monday night, when the Oakland Raiders played host to the Los Angeles Rams. With that, we take a look at our latest 2019 NFL Mock Draft, and the order is based off of the records after Week 1.

Here is our latest 2019 NFL Mock Draft.

Nick Bosa

Edge, Ohio State

Heading into the 2018 NFL season, the Buffalo Bills had a lot of work to do if they were going to make it back to the playoffs for the second straight season. After Week 1, they look like the worst team in football, and they have an issue already as to who is going to be their starting quarterback.

Nathan Peterman got the start in Week 1, but it was a terrible showing, as the Bills lost to  the Baltimore Ravens by the score of 47-3. Buffalo could do nothing on the offensive side of the ball, and when it came to their defense, the Ravens had no issues finding the end zone throughout the contest.

In the 2019 NFL Draft, there is a good chance the Bills will be selecting first overall, and with that pick, they should bring in elite edge rusher Nick Bosa. Bosa is off to a blazing start to his final season in Ohio State, and on this Bills defense, he would slide right in as the starter on the edge as a rookie.

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