The 2019 NFL Draft is upon us and the takes are wild, folks.
Could Kyler Murray go No. 1 overall to an Arizona Cardinals team that just last year picked Josh Rosen?
Could Dwayne Haskins slip to the Jacksonville Jaguars who will pass him over for a right tackle?
In that spirit, Christian D’Andrea has given last year’s draft a re-do, allowing teams to re-pick based on everything that happened last year. And trust me — we wouldn’t pick Taven Bryan again.
2018 pick: Taven Bryan, DT
Re-draft pick: Courtland Sutton, WR
Jacksonville needs skill players to boost one of the league’s least intimidating offenses. Sutton only caught 50 percent of his targets in his first year with a disappointing Broncos squad, but he made those touches count. He averaged nearly 17 yards per catch in 2018 and showed general manager John Elway enough to trade away a diminished Demaryius Thomas.
I agree with this, based on who’s there at No. 29 overall and knowing that we’d be bringing in a guy like Nick Foles to replace a beleaguered Blake Bortles.
What do you think? Would you take Courtland Sutton at this pick or someone else? Let us know in the comments below!