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Moose911`s 2018 NFL Mock Draft - Version III - is online. One draft day trade is always included. First and second version of our 2018 NFL MOCK DRAFT are here.

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1. Cleveland Browns - Sam Darnold, QB

No changes in version 3 of our Mock Draft... Heavy rain, who cares?! Sam Darnlod will be a Brown end of April. Another QB at no.1.

2. New York Giants - Josh Rosen, QB

50 - 50 that a team packs some picks and a trade happens, but i think, Eli is not getting younger and i am sure he is a willing mentor. Giants have a good spot here to select a franchise QB. Rosen will start in 2019.

3. New York Jets from Indianapolis Colts - Josh Allen, QB

The expected trade up ( see version 1 of our Mock Draft) already happend. Damn did the J E T S pay a hefty price, but if you hit on your franchise QB pick.... Who cares!

4. Cleveland Browns from Houston Texans - Saquon Barkley, RB

All arround, a very fine player, best RB prospect and could be labeled - a steal - with the 4th pick.

5. TRADE: Buffalo Bills from Denver Broncos - Baker Mayfield, QB

QB, QB, QB a elite RB prospect ... and another QB. Panic sets in and the Bills jump to #5 to get a potential franchise QB.

6. Indianapolis Colts from New York Jets - Bradley Chubb, DE

What a steal if he is available at 6. Premier position, premier player!

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Minkah Fitzpatrick, S

If you can get a highly decorated Alabama DB, at 7!! Just take him.

8. Chicago Bears - Denzel Ward, CB

I could think about a trade here, but currently not so sure. I would like to pick a WR for them but this is way to early. So i go with one of my fav players here to get the Bears a nice CB tandem.

9. San Francisco 49ers - Quentin Nelson, OG

They wasted a 1st rd pick on a LB who like to sit in jail. I like to go with the best player available and he will help them to keep JG#10 upright against the three NFC West D`s.

10. Oakland Raiders - Roquan Smith, ILB

This guy is also a more than worthy to be THE top 10 pick.

11. Miami Dolphins - Vita Vea, NT

Huge presence in the middle of the D. They lost Suh and get a nice cheaper replacement who should help stop the run.

12. TRADE: Denver Broncos via Buffalo Bills from Cincinnati Bengals - Derwin James, S

Maybe at 7 to the Bucs but after his comments leaked, he does not like to play in Tampa, so I went with te other top safety there. A Elway like steal at 12 who provides the Broncos with a starter for years to come at the Safety position.

13. Washington Redskins - Da`Ron Payne, DT

Vita Vea went to Miami in this Mock, i still go with a superb run stopper, but thought long about adding a OLB or CB.

14. Green Bay Packers - Marcus Davenport, OLB (3-4)

Like the Redskins the Pack could choose a CB or a OLB, Edge player. See my comment in version II, the previous Mock Draft and this time I did not wait until 25 to selct him. A superb Edge player who will help the Packers to put heat on the opposing pass rusher.

15. Arizona Cardinals - Lamar Jackson, QB

Bradford needs to stay healty and the NFC West offers lot of hard hitting defenses... Need another argument for Lamar? Look not further than Russel Wilsons success and Bruce Arians positive comments. He is a rushing thread, a very good passer, a young and promising QB. On top of that he is cheap $ wise, if you look what the FA QBs got.

16. Baltimore Ravens - Mike McGlinchey, OT

The first OT as late as the 16th pick has not happend for a long time now, but this is a good spot for him and also the Ravens can use him. C also a possibility.

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