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2019 NFL Mock Draft: Arizona Cardinals get help for Josh Rosen in 2 Round Mock Draft

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A 2019 NFL Mock Draft for your holiday weekend.

NCAA Football: Utah at Arizona State Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

The Arizona Cardinals just lost to the Oakland Raiders, and fans could definitely use some optimism.

Here’s a mock to attempt to cheer you up, while you’re looking for something to be thankful for with the Arizona Cardinals.

Currently, this is the projected order (as of Tuesday).

If you don’t like what I put as our picks, just give it a couple weeks, there is no set list of who’s going where. The only one I know is going top-3 is Nick Bosa, other then that, all bets are off.

2019 NFL Draft - 1st Round

1st Pick - San Francisco 49ers

Nick Bosa - Defensive End
Ohio State - Junior
6’4’’, 263 Pounds

2nd Pick - Oakland Raiders

Ed Oliver - Defensive Tackle
Houston - Junior
6’3’’, 285 Pounds

3rd Pick - Arizona Cardinals

Jonah Williams - Offensive Tackle
Alabama - Junior
6’5’’, 301 Pounds

A highly-touted offensive lineman who’s going to be judged on his height and weight this combine season that will whether Jonah Williams is a top-5 projection, or if he tumbles down some draft boards.

Jonah had the best Pro Football Focus grade for all left tackles this year, and really cemented a powerful Bama rushing offense. He is a very capable run blocker who can consistently get to the second level, and plays very fast off the ball, who shows good lateral movement in the passing game.

Both the Jets and the Giants need line help, and the Giants might opt for a lineman if a solid QB doesn’t come out (looking at Dwayne Haskins Jr. and Justin Herbert). Do the Cardinals really want to risk not being able to select Jonah Williams?

What a treat as well as you don’t have to worry about Williams playing right or left tackle, as he has experience in both while playing in a tough SEC conference.

I’d try to find something for D.J. Humphries, but other then defensive lineman, this makes the most sense.

Fix it in the trenches.

4th Pick - New York Jets

Quinnen Williams - Defensive Tackle
Alabama - Redshirt Sophomore
6’4’’, 295 Pounds

5th Pick - New York Giants

Dwayne Haskins - Quarterback
Ohio State - Redshirt Sophomore
6’3’’, 225 Pounds

6th Pick - Buffalo Bills

Clelin Ferrell - Defensive End
Clemson - Redshirt Junior
6’4’’, 265 Pounds

7th Pick - Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Mack Wilson - Inside Linebacker
Alabama - Junior
6’2’’, 239 Pounds

8th Pick - Jacksonville Jaguars

Yasir Durant - Offensive Tackle
Missouri - Junior
6’7’’, 330 Pounds

9th Pick - Cleveland Browns

Byron Murphy - Cornerback
Washington - Redshirt Sophomore
5’11’’, 185 Pounds

10th Pick - Detroit Lions

Devin White - Inside Linebacker
Louisiana State - Junior
6’1’’, 240 Pounds

11th Pick - Atlanta Falcons

Greedy Williams - Cornerback
Louisiana State - Redshirt Sophomore
6’3’’, 183 Pounds

12th Pick - Denver Broncos

Tyler Biadasz - Center
Wisconsin - Redshirt Sophomore
6’3’’, 316 Pounds

13th Pick - Philadelphia Eagles

D.K. Metcalf - Wide Receiver
Mississippi - Redshirt Sophomore
6’4’’, 225 Pounds

14th Pick - Green Bay Packers

Jachai Polite - Outside Linebacker
Florida - Junior
6’2’’, 242 Pounds

15th Pick - Indianapolis Colts

Jerry Tillery - Defensive Tackle
Notre Dame - Senior
6’7’’, 305 Pounds

16th Pick - Miami Dolphins

Josh Allen - Outside Linebacker
Kentucky - Senior
6’5’’, 260 Pounds

17th Pick - Oakland Raiders (from Dallas Cowboys)

Yodny Cajuste - Offensive Tackle
West Virginia - Redshirt Senior
6’5’’, 305 Pounds

18th Pick - Tennessee Titans

Taylor Rapp - Free Safety
Washington - Junior
6’0’’, 205 Pounds

19th Pick - Seattle Seahawks

Albert Okwuegbunam - Tight End
Missouri - Redshirt Sophomore
6’5’’, 255 Pounds

20th Pick - Cincinnati Bengals

Deionte Thompson - Free Safety
Alabama - Redshirt Junior
6’2’’, 197 Pounds

21st Pick - Baltimore Ravens

Jaylon Ferguson - Defensive End
Louisiana Tech - Redshirt Senior
6’5’’, 269 Pounds

22nd Pick - Washington Redskins

Daniel Jones - Quarterback
Duke - Redshirt Junior
6’5’’, 220 Pounds

23rd Pick - Carolina Panthers

Rashan Gary - Defensive Tackle
Michigan - Junior
6’5’’, 285 Pounds

24th Pick - Houston Texans

Noah Fant - Tight End
Iowa - Junior
6’5’’, 241 Pounds

25th Pick - Minnesota Vikings

Trayvon Mullen - Cornerback
Clemson - Junior
6’1’’, 194 Pounds

26th Pick - Oakland Raiders (from Chicago Bears)

David Montgomery - Running Back
Iowa State - Junior
5’11’’, 219 Pounds

27th Pick - Los Angeles Chargers

Chauncey Gardner-Johnson - Free Safety
Florida - Junior
6’0’’, 208 Pounds

28th Pick - New England Patriots

Brian Burns - Defensive End
Florida State - Junior
6’5’’, 235 Pounds

29th Pick - Pittsburgh Steelers

Derrick Brown - Defensive Tackle
Auburn - Junior
6’5’’, 325 Pounds

30th Pick - Los Angeles Rams

Michael Jordan - Center
Ohio State - Junior
6’7’’, 312 Pounds

31st Pick - Kansas City Chiefs

Cody Ford - Offensive Tackle
Oklahoma - Redshirt Junior
6’4’’, 338 Pounds

32nd Pick - Green Bay Packers (from New Orleans Saints)
Lil’Jordan Humphrey - Wide Receiver
Texas - Junior
6’4’’, 225 Pounds

NFL Draft 2019 - 2nd Round

33rd Pick- Arizona Cardinals

N’Keal Harry - Wide Receiver
Arizona State - Junior
6’4’’, 216 Pounds

I have no idea how I got N’Keal Harry in the second round, I tried making picks as if other teams would, and I got a chance (luckily) to select a hometown kid. How desperate does this offense look? I feel terrible that Josh Rosen, Larry Fitzgerald, and David Johnson have nothing else around them, but I remedy this with Harry. Let’s switch the ‘LARRY’ chants to ‘HARRY’, and pretend for a moment that we have a chance at one of the top receivers. A few things factored; D.K. Metcalf comes back healthy and declares, and that the line (both offense and defense) as strong as advertised.

If you watched any Sun Devil games, you’d see the physical receiver dominate opposing corners, and seems to not be as slow as many think. Harry isn’t going to blaze by you, but his speed is no issue. We see him constantly win one-on-ones, and never gets out-leveraged. Lining him up on the outside is preferred, but you could take advantage of his size, and give him a chance against smaller slot corners, like the Cardinals do with Larry already. Something beautiful about this for both the Cardinals and Larry; we finally have his replacement. Harry is a redzone target just as much as he is a down-the-field, stride-for-stride moving target.

Stats: 69 receptions, 1,033 yards, 15 YPA, 9 touchdowns

34th Pick - Oakland Raiders

Zach Allen - Defensive End
Boston College - Senior
6’5’’, 285 Pounds

35th Pick - San Francisco 49ers

Bryce Hall - Cornerback
Virginia - Junior
6’1’’, 200 Pounds

36th Pick - New York Giants

Kaleb McGary - Offensive Tackle
Washington - Redshirt Senior
6’7’’, 318 Pounds

37th Pick - Buffalo Bills

Gregory Little - Offensive Tackle
Mississippi - Junior
6’6’’, 325 Pounds

38th Pick - Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Marquise Brown - Wide Receiver
Oklahoma - Junior
5’11’’, 168 Pounds

39th Pick - Jacksonville Jaguars

Drew Lock - Quarterback
Missouri - Senior
6’4’’, 225 Pounds

40th Pick - Indianapolis Colts (from New York Jets)

Kelvin Harmon - Wide Receiver
North Carolina State - Junior
6’3’’, 214 Pounds

41st Pick - Cleveland Browns

Chase Winovich - Inside Linebacker
Michigan - Redshirt Senior
6’3’’, 255 Pounds

42nd Pick - Atlanta Falcons

Raekwon Davis - Defensive Tackle
Alabama - Junior
6’7’’, 306 Pounds

43rd Pick - Philadelphia Eagles

Oshane Ximinies - Defensive End
Old Dominion - Redshirt Senior
6’4’’, 255 Pounds

44th Pick - Denver Broncos

David Edwards - Offensive Tackle
Wisconsin - Redshirt Junior
6’7’’, 315 Pounds

45th Pick - Detroit Lions

Emmanuel Butler - Wide Receiver
Northern Arizona - Redshirt Senior
6’3’’, 215 Pounds

46th Pick - Green Bay Packers

Ross Pierschbacher - Offensive Guard
Alabama - Redshirt Senior
6’4’’, 309 Pounds

47th Pick - Miami Dolphins

Beau Benzschawel - Offensive Guard
Wisconsin - Redshirt Senior
6’6’’, 317 Pounds

48th Pick - Dallas Cowboys

Jeffery Simmons - Defensive Tackle
Mississippi State - Junior
6’4’’, 300 Pounds

49th Pick - Tennessee Titans

Tre’ Lamar - Outside Linebacker
Louisiana State - Junior
6’4’’, 255 Pounds

50th Pick - Houston Texans (from Seattle Seahawks)

Gerald Willis III - Defensive Tackle
Miami (Fla.) - Redshirt Senior
6’4’’, 300 Pounds

51st Pick - Cincinnati Bengals

Dalton Risner - Offensive Tackle
Kansas State - Redshirt Senior
6’5’’, 315 Pounds

52nd Pick - Indianapolis Colts

Collin Johnson - Wide Receiver
Texas - Junior
6’6’’, 220 Pounds

53rd Pick - Philadelphia Eagles (from Baltimore Ravens)

Daniel Cooney - Offensive Tackle
San Diego - Redshirt Senior
6’8’’, 315 Pounds

54th Pick - Minnesota Vikings

Christian Wilkins - Defensive Tackle
Clemson - Redshirt Senior
6’4’’, 315 Pounds

55th Pick - Washington Redskins

Dre’Mont Jones - Defensive Tackle
Ohio State - Junior
6’3’’, 286 Pounds

56th Pick - Houston Texans

Amani Oruwariye - Cornerback
Penn State - Redshirt Senior
6’1’’, 203 Pounds

57th Pick - Carolina Panthers

Riley Ridley - Wide Receiver
Georgia - Junior
6’1’’, 205 Pounds

58th Pick - Los Angeles Chargers

Connor McGovern - Offensive Guard
Penn State - Junior
6’5’’, 323 Pounds

59th Pick - New England Patriots

T.J. Edwards - Inside Linebacker
Wisconsin - Redshirt Senior
6’1’’, 244 Pounds

60th Pick - New England Patriots (from Chicago Bears)

Zach Gentry - Tight End
Michigan - Redshirt Junior
6’7’’, 262 Pounds

61st Pick - Pittsburgh Steelers

Deandre Baker - Cornerback
Georgia - Senior
5’11’’, 185 Pounds

62nd Pick - Kansas City Chiefs (from Los Angeles Rams)

Jalen Jelks - Defensive End
Oregon - Redshirt Senior
6’6’’, 245 Pounds

63rd Pick - Kansas City Chiefs

David Sills V - Wide Receiver
West Virginia - Redshirt Senior
6’4’’, 205 Pounds

64th Pick - New Orleans Saints

Chris Lindstrom - Offensive Guard
Boston College - Senior
6’4’’, 305 Pounds