AFC East Draft

Lisa Johnson
Senior Sports Reporter

By Lisa Johnson //@LJ1303 

Jordan Reid (@JReidNFL)

Hours to days following the 2019 NFL draft, analysts from all over the country begin to dissect each team and try to gauge which teams hit home runs or which teams whiffed.   In this post AFC East draft article, I asked Jordan Reid, an NFL Draft Staff writer for @Cover_1_, and also host of The Draft Board Podcast for some insight.

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Taking a look at the NFC East’s draft

Marquita Quinones
NFL Reporter

By Marquita Quinones // @LatinLove729

Now that the dust has settled and the 2019 NFL Draft is in the recent past, our experts have weighed in on teams choices.

I have to say though, that the NFC East has been of particular interest to me.

What especially intrigued me were the low scores that were given for their picks.

Let’s review some of the best choices along with some of the most puzzling choices.

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2019 NFL Draft; when football and fashion collide

Sonja Greenfield, NFL Reporter

By Sonja Greenfield //@Mom23RN

Football and fashion typically don’t collide.  Except when you’re quarterback Cam Newton, then that is a weekly occurrence.

A Blitzed NFL Insider’s featured article!

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Wrapping up the draft for the AFC and NFC South

Sonja Greenfield, Senior NFL Reporter

By Sonja Greenfield //@Mom23RN

This week I’ll be looking at the AFC and NFC South and how they did with their drafts.  I’ll ask 3 questions about each team.  Did they address their biggest need? Who will have the biggest impact? What could 2019 look like?

Let’s start with the Indianapolis Colts. After having a pretty strong offensive line, quarterback Andrew Luck, and Pro Bowl tight end Eric Ebron, the Colts focused on defense.  7 of their 10 picks were defensive.

Who could have the biggest impact? Former Michigan State safety Khari Willis.  He worked hard and was an impact player.  I think he’ll fit in nicely.  2019 for the Colts?  If their defense lives up to its potential, it could be tough sledding for the rest of the AFC South.

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AFC North: Which team did the best in the draft?

Kate Arhar
Senior Sports Editor

By Kate Arhar // @ClvlndK8

The 2019 NFL Draft has come and gone.

Since the Cleveland Browns are “my” team, I thought I’d try to take an objective look at the AFC North division overall and see who did the most to improve their roster. I said I’d TRY to be objective, but no promises…

When it comes to numbers, the division kind of stair-stepped up: Cleveland had 7, Baltimore had 8, Pittsburgh had 9 and Cincinnati chose a whopping 10 players.

As to positions, Defense has 17, Offense had 16 and there was one kicker taken. Yes, you read that right… my Browns took a kicker in the 5th round… we’ll talk more about that later…

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NFC North: Teams Improved Both Sides of the Ball

Wanda Wiedman,
NFL Reporter

By Wanda Wiedman // @Wandaw63

There is one thing we must all keep in mind; not all college prospects translate to an NFL player.  We also must keep in mind that not all scouts and NFL experts get it right either.

So let’s see how well the NFC North did.

Chicago Bears: Iowa State, RB David Montgomery; Georgia, WR Riley Ridley; Kansas State, CB Duke Shelley; Florida Atlantic, RB Kerrith Whyte; Valdosta State, CB Stephen Denmark.

The Bears won the NFC North last season with a 12-4 record. Without any picks in the first two rounds, the Bears had to take the best player available while filling team needs. With that being said, the Bears chose a running back to replace Jordan Howard, whom they traded to the Philadelphia Eagles. Montgomery fits what Nagy wants to do with a three-down back. Fans did not expect the Bears to pick a wide receiver with their next pick but Ridley was still on the board, and with these two new additions they give quarterback Mitchell Trubisky more firepower.

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2019 NFL Draft: AFC Selections

Staff Article

 

Its always good to know what the competition is up to. With so many players drafted over last weekend, we decided a list where you can see all the draft picks in one place would be handy for all.

Here are the AFC picks from the 2019 NFL Draft.

 

 

AFC EAST

 

 

 

Buffalo Bills

1 9 Ed Oliver  DT Houston The American
2 38 Cody Ford  OT Oklahoma Big 12
3 74 Devin Singletary  RB Florida Atlantic C-USA
3 96 Dawson Knox  TE Ole Miss SEC
5 147 Vosean Joseph  LB Florida SEC
6 181 Jaquan Johnson  CB Miami ACC
7 225 Darryl Johnson Jr.  DE North Carolina A&T MEAC
7 228 Tommy Sweeney  TE Boston College ACC

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2019 NFL Draft: NFC Selections

Staff Article

 

Its always good to know what the competition is up to. With so many players drafted over last weekend, we decided a list where you can see all the draft picks in one place would be handy for all.

Here are the NFC picks from the 2019 NFL Draft.

 

NFC EAST

 

 

 

Dallas Cowboys

2 58 Trysten Hill  DT UCF The American
3 90 Connor McGovern  G Penn State Big Ten
4 128 Tony Pollard  RB Memphis The American
5 158 Michael Jackson  CB Miami ACC
5 165 Joe Jackson  DE Miami ACC
6 213 Donovan Wilson  S Texas A&M SEC
7 218 Mike Weber  RB Ohio State Big Ten
7 241 Jalen Jelks  DE Oregon Pac-12

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2019 NFL Draft – Round One

Results of the First Round in the 2019 NFL Draft…. in case you missed it…

Round 1 Pick 1. Arizona Cardinals: Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma. The 2018 Heisman Trophy Winner, Murray has the NFL dream arm, great skill-sets in the pocket, has a quick release in RPO situations, small, fast and elusive. And he likes baseball.

Round 1 Pick 2. San Francisco 49ers: Nick Bosa; DE Ohio State University.  Touted as being one of the top two players in the draft, despite missing most of the 2018 college season with a groin injury.  A pass rushing phenom coming from a family of pass rushers.

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The 2019 NFL draft is almost here

Sonja Greenfield, Senior NFL Reporter

By Sonja Greenfield //@Mom23RN

What can I say about the draft that hasn’t already been said? Not too much. We’ve already had an infinite amount of mock drafts. There’s been tons and tons of speculation about whose stock is rising, and whose is falling. We’ve broken down pretty much every play from every game of the possible top 10 draft picks and then some. We’ve heard the different trade scenarios.

I know who I want my team to take, I know who I don’t want them to take.  I know that their GM has ideas of his own that could throw a wrench into my hopes and dreams, and I’ve

We’re all trying to look into a giant crystal ball to see how it’s going to shake out, but none of us know how it’ll actually will. Which is why this is my least favorite time of the NFL year. I’m sorry. I’ve tried to get around it, but I can’t.

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