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2019 NFL Mock Draft: Disastrous or Divined?

Posted by: Charlie Smith
2019 NFL Mock Draft

The online NFL betting season is still a long ways off. However, the 2019 NFL draft should help us pass the time, or at least get through this weekend pretty quickly. The draft will kick off this evening, bringing in the next round of eager rookies into the NFL. Naturally, NFL sports betting fans will want to follow the draft to see which teams bolster their ranks and subsequently become contenders for next year’s Vince Lombardi trophy. But before we take a look at some 2019 NFL Mock Draft predictions, let’s mulch over some pertinent draft information.

2019 NFL Draft – Thursday, April 25th – Saturday, April 27th     

When: Rd. 1: Thursday at 8 pm ET || Rds. 2-3: Friday at 7 pm ET || Rds. 4-7: Saturday at 12 pm ET

Where: Nashville, Tennessee


Stream: CBS Sports HQ (, CBS Sports App & Most streaming services

This year’s draft will be held in Nashville, Tennessee, giving us a rather stark change of scenery. The NFL is choosing a new format to bounce the host city around and spread some love across the country. Some interesting facts to consider are that Arizona will be picking (barring some unforeseen trades) will be going first and last. Similarly, the New York Giants and New England Patriots will be getting the biggest bulk to their teams. This is because both franchises have the largest number of picks at 12. All in all it’s pretty surprising to see the Pats having that many picks, given their philosophy. But enough about that, let’s take a look at how the 1st round will turn out in our 2019 NFL mock draft!

2019 NFL Mock Draft (Sportsbook Predictions)

No. 1 Pick – Arizona Cardinals: Kyler Murray

No. 2 Pick – San Francisco 49ers: Nick Bosa

No. 3 Pick – New York Jets: Josh Allen

No. 4 Pick – Oakland Raiders: Ed Oliver

No. 5 Pick – Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Quinnen Williams

No. 6 Pick – New York Giants: Jonah Williams

No. 7 Pick – Jacksonville Jaguars: TJ Hockenson

No. 8 Pick – Detroit Lions: Brian Burns

No. 9 Pick – Buffalo Bills: Jawaan Taylor

No. 10 Pick – Denver Broncos: Devin Bush

No. 11 Pick – Cincinnati Bengals: Rashan Gary

No. 12 Pick – Green Bay Packers: Noah Fant

No. 13 Pick – Miami Dolphins: Cody Ford

No. 14 Pick – Atlanta Falcons: Christian Wilkins

No. 15 Pick – Washington Redskins: Dwayne Haskins

No. 16 Pick – Carolina Panthers: Montez Sweat

No. 17 Pick – New York Giants: Clelin Ferrell

No. 18 Pick – Minnesota Vikings: Garrett Bradbury

No. 19 Pick – Tennessee Titans: Dexter Lawrence

No. 20 Pick – Pittsburgh Steelers: Rock Ya-Sin

No. 21 Pick – Seattle Seahawks: Marquise Brown

No. 22 Pick – Baltimore Ravens: Andre Dillard

No. 23 Pick – Houston Texans: Greedy Williams

No. 24 Pick – Oakland Raiders: Josh Jacobs

No. 25 Pick – Philadelphia Eagles: Juan Thornhill

No. 26 Pick – Indianapolis Colts: Jerry Tillery

No. 27 Pick – Oakland Raiders: Byron Murphy

No. 28 Pick – Los Angeles Chargers: Chase Winovich

No. 29 Pick – Seattle Seahawks: Darnell Savage Jr.

No. 30 Pick – Green Bay Packers: Dalton Risner

No. 31 Pick – Los Angeles Rams: Jeffery Simmons

No. 32 Pick – New England Patriots: Daniel Jones

Our 2019 NFL Mock Draft is fairly straightforward in that it doesn’t have any trades. While some mobile betting fans might disagree, we believe this is an accurate prediction of how things will turn out. Below you will find the drafting order for rounds 2 and 3, to be held this Friday.

Round 2

  1. Arizona
  2. Indianapolis (from N.Y. Jets)
  3. Oakland
  4. San Francisco
  5. N.Y. Giants
  6. Jacksonville
  7. Tampa Bay
  8. Buffalo
  9. Denver
  10. Cincinnati
  11. Detroit
  12. Green Bay
  13. Atlanta
  14. Washington
  15. Carolina
  16. Miami
  17. Cleveland
  18. Minnesota
  19. Tennessee
  20. Pittsburgh
  21. Philadelphia (from Baltimore)
  22. Houston (from Seattle)
  23. Houston
  24. New England (from Chicago)
  25. Philadelphia
  26. Dallas
  27. Indianapolis
  28. L.A. Chargers
  29. Kansas City
  30. New Orleans
  31. Kansas City (from L.A. Rams)
  32. New England
Round 3
  1. Arizona
  2. Pittsburgh (from Oakland)
  3. San Francisco
  4. N.Y. Jets
  5. Jacksonville
  6. Tampa Bay
  7. Denver
  8. Cincinnati
  9. New England (from Detroit)
  10. Buffalo
  11. Green Bay
  12. Washington
  13. Carolina
  14. Miami
  15. Atlanta
  16. Cleveland
  17. Minnesota
  18. Tennessee
  19. Pittsburgh
  20. Kansas City (from Seattle)
  21. Baltimore
  22. Houston
  23. Chicago
  24. Detroit (from Philadelphia)
  25. Indianapolis
  26. Dallas
  27. L.A. Chargers
  28. Seattle (from Kansas City)
  29. N.Y. Jets (from New Orleans)
  30. L.A. Rams
  31. N.Y. Giants (from New England through Cleveland)
  32. Washington
  33. New England
  34. Jacksonville (from L.A. Rams)
  35. L.A. Rams
  36. Carolina
  37. New England
  38. Baltimore