What will the 2018 NFL draft look like?
Which teams will have the most picks?
We’ve been monitoring the draft process for the last few months.
But how do you know if your team has the most valuable draft picks in 2018?
The answers to those questions will be revealed over the next few weeks.
Here are our 2018 picks.
We’re going to look at every pick in our first four rounds and look at the value that team has to use on a potential top-three pick in 2019.
We’ll look at how that value could affect your own team’s draft plans.
For our next picks, we’ll look ahead to the 2018 draft and look to see if the Cowboys can land a top-five pick, or even a top two pick.
The first round of the draft will take place in New York on March 27.
If the Cowboys select in the top four, they would receive the No. 3 overall pick.
If they draft No. 5, they’d get No. 1.
The No. 2 pick in the first round, No. 7, would be the No, 4 overall pick and No. 13 would be their No. 6 pick.
So, if you’re in the No 3 spot and you’re the Cowboys, the No 6 pick is a big deal for you.
The Cowboys will likely trade down from No. 9 in the 2019 draft, so they’d like to get the No 7 pick, which is the No 2 pick.
They’re also hoping to get a No. 8 pick and maybe get a second-round pick.
I’ll be updating this article as the draft unfolds, so you can check back here or the link at the top of the page for a look at all the latest news.
First round: No.3 overall pick – New York Jets The Cowboys have their No 3 overall selection in this year’s draft, which would give them the No 12 overall pick in this mock draft.
But they’d need to trade down and grab the No 11 pick.
But, if they draft at No. 12, the Cowboys would still have to trade back and grab No. 14.
If that happened, the second- and third-round picks would go to the Eagles and Vikings, respectively, and the fourth- and fifth-rounders to the Browns and Panthers.
They would need to swap down again and grab a No 17 pick.
Then, if that happened again, the Eagles would take No. 18 and the Cowboys could grab the fourth and fifth picks.
The Eagles could also trade down in the third round, but it’s a risk, since the Eagles are a No-dynasty team.
The Jets are in the middle of their rebuild and could take a long look at this pick.
No. 4 overall – Tennessee Titans The Titans would likely take the No 4 overall spot if they took the top pick.
And they’d likely take No 7 or No 8.
But if they take No 6, the Titans would have to move down a few spots to get that No. 10 pick.
That would leave the Titans with a No 10 pick and the No 10 overall pick, respectively.
But it wouldn’t hurt to trade up a few places to get No 12, which means the Titans could take No 14 and the Titans have a No 13 pick in their sights.
No 5 overall – Baltimore Ravens The Ravens would be a strong candidate to get this pick, as they have the No 5 pick.
However, they’re going up against some strong competition in the second round, as the Cowboys have the first- and second-rounder in the next two rounds.
If you’re looking to get your pick early, it’s not a bad move to go ahead and grab that No 5 spot.
The Ravens are also the No 1 overall pick if they select No 5, but if they don’t go for it, they could end up trading up in the fifth round.
They’d get the first overall pick again if they go No 6.
And if the Ravens don’t get the sixth pick, they’ll likely take a high pick, like No. 15.
No 6 overall – Tampa Bay Buccaneers This is a risky pick, and if the Bucs take it, the value is much higher.
The Buccaneers have the top overall pick with the No 9 pick.
With the No 8 pick, the Buccaneers would have the best pick available in this draft.
With No. 11 pick, it would be much tougher to go for a high selection in the seventh round.
But Tampa Bay is a No Dynasty team, so it wouldn and probably could take this pick if the Buccaneers were to draft No 12.
No 7 overall – Jacksonville Jaguars The Jaguars would be in a great position if they chose this pick with their No 10 and No 11 picks.
With their No 7, the Jaguars would have a top overall player in 2019 and could use their pick on a No 6 or No 7 in the draft.