As we prepare to open the 2019 NFL Draft, there’s one big question hanging over the NFL Draft.
Is this the most important one for the league?
And who will it be?
And what will the results be?
Here are the questions and answers from our two draft experts to help answer that question.
What does it all mean?
What will happen on draft night?
What happens on draft day?
The question is what will determine the value of a team’s draft pick and whether it’s worth the risk of losing it.
The answer to that is not clear, but the answers will certainly be different for each team.
The Browns and Bengals have different strategies and the answer will be more important on which team is better off.
Will the Browns draft a franchise quarterback?
Are they better off with an inexperienced signal-caller or a young quarterback who could develop into an NFL quarterback?
This question will come down to which team has the best quarterback in the draft.
The most likely answer to this question is the Browns, who will likely be looking to build around the offensive line and get younger.
However, if they don’t want to trade up to get a franchise QB, they will look at quarterbacks from around the league.
The Jets are likely to take a quarterback who has developed into a starter at one of the top college programs.
What will the Bengals do?
The Bengals could look to rebuild their offensive line.
While they’re not expected to have a franchise passer, they have a quarterback in Jeremy Hill who could have a future as a backup to Andrew Luck.
The same goes for the Bengals if they can sign former USC quarterback Austin Davis, who could make a good backup.
The Raiders have a pair of talented guards in Justin Ellis and Kendall Langford who could form the top offensive line in the NFL.
The Eagles are also a potential landing spot for Davis, but they are going to have to use their first-round pick on a guard, so it’s unclear whether the Eagles will be able to land Davis or not.
The Chargers could go with a new offensive line coach, but if they need to re-sign guard Evan Mathis, they would need to move up in the first round.
Will all of this matter?
This will likely have a big impact on whether a team wins the draft lottery and gets the best player.
For each team, they’ll have a different approach, and the outcome will likely vary from team to team.
While some teams might take the easiest route and trade down, others might go for the quarterback who can be the most valuable on draft evening.
The big question is how teams approach their draft and which one will be better off by trading down.
What should I watch out for?
This is where the draft really shines.
There are plenty of intriguing prospects to watch, including QB Andrew Luck, CB Jamal Adams, OLB Leonard Floyd, LB Terrance Knighton, OL Ryan Kelly, CB A.J. Bouye, WR Rishard Matthews, WR Josh Doctson, WR Jamison Crowder, RB Joe Mixon, RB Matt Jones, QB Bryce Petty, RB Duke Johnson, WR Amari Cooper, WR Corey Coleman, WR Jaelen Strong, LB Deon Cain, CB Marlon Humphrey, LB Johnthan Banks, CB Tre’Davious White, DT Shaq Lawson, DL Deontay Burnett, OL Marcus Williams, LB Shaquil Barrett, CB Jalen Ramsey, OL Justin Pugh, LB Malik McDowell, DE Malik McDill, OL Anthony Walker, DE Jarrad Davis, LB Terence Newman, CB Ryan Anderson, WR Chris Conley, TE Jordan Matthews, TE Cole Hikutini, LB Dontari Poe, WR John Ross, LB Justin Davis, WR A.K. Stowers, WR Devin Funchess, WR Brandon Dixon, WR Dontae Johnson, LB Kevin Johnson, S Nick Bellore, LB Josh Aubrey, WR Demarcus Robinson, OL B.J.
“Mack” Jones, OL Nate Orchard, OL Chris Odom, CB Darius Slay, DL Adolphus Washington, LB A.T. Hall, S Eric Kendricks, S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, WR Antonio Brown, TE D.J./Landon Collins, OL Terence Garvin, OT Chris Jones, RB Jeremy Hill, TE Michael Thomas, DE Dwayne Washington, DE Cameron Artis-Payne, DL B.K.
“Mackle” Hundley, LB Derrick Morgan, DE Anthony Zettel, OL Jake Matthews, OL Christian Jones, CB Adoree Jackson, DL Myles Jack, LB Landon Collins.
What are the best prospects?
While this is the most exciting draft in recent memory, there are plenty to watch.
The best players are still to be determined, but here are some of the most intriguing prospects.
The Patriots’ Dont’a Hightower and Miami