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It’s the holiday season and I’m in a giving mood. Below I’ve gifted every NFL team the perfect draft prospect in the 2020 NFL Draft. I tried to be as realistic as possible regarding draft position and where the prospects are ranked on my board (for example, the Ravens will not be anywhere near Chase Young). Some pairings are a little less realistic than others, but every pairing is the result in the draft board falling perfectly for each individual team.

Enjoy and Merry Christmas!

Arizona Cardinals:

Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia

QB Kyler Murray has been playing really well in his rookie season. A brand new top-of-class offensive tackle is just what he needs.

Atlanta Falcons:

Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State

The Falcons are one of the most unpredictable teams in the NFL. Outside of often-injured safety Keanu Neal, this secondary is towards the bottom in the league. Okudah is the best cornerback in the class and a top 5 talent overall.

Baltimore Ravens:

Yetur Gross-Matos, EDGE, Penn State

The Ravens are nearly a perfect team, but they still need help at the edge rusher position. Gross-Matos had a dip in production this season, but he’s still a top 20 talent. The Ravens benefit greatly from the drop off in production this year.

Buffalo Bills:

Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama

The Bills defense is top-notch, but they’re missing a big time playmaker on offense. CeeDee Lamb should be off the board well before the Bills pick, but Ruggs could fall close.

Carolina Panthers:

Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa

I am of the belief that Cam Newton will be back under center for the Panthers next season. But speaking of that offensive line, Wirfs is the second best offensive lineman in this draft on my board.

Cincinnati Bengals:

Jedrick Wills, OT, Alabama

I firmly believe the Bengals will take LSU QB Joe Burrow with the first overall pick, so this pick is for their second round selection. I’d be surprised if Wills isn’t taken in the first round, but the Bengals should jump all over him if he falls.

Chicago Bears:

Alex Leatherwood, OL, Alabama

The Bears don’t have a first round pick due to the Khalil Mack trade, so this is for their first pick in the second round. Leatherwood can play all over the line, and the Bears need help at guard and tackle on the right side.

Cleveland Browns:

Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa

Baker Mayfield would probably do backflips if the Browns landed Wirfs in this draft. The Browns have a lot of problems off the field, but on the field they just may be a left tackle away from turning things around.

Dallas Cowboys:

Derrick Brown, DL, Auburn

There were a couple of guys I debated over for the Cowboys here, but Derrick Brown would be an amazing fit and a huge steal. The Cowboys are better on defense when they can get pressure from the inside. This seems obvious for any team, but there is analytical proof that this is true for Dallas. Brown is a top-5 talent, but interior defensive linemen usually don’t receive a ton of respect at the top of the draft.

Denver Broncos:

Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia

The Broncos’ offensive line is a huge liability, especially left tackle Garrett Bolles. The Broncos might play themselves too far out of contention for Thomas, but this would be the perfect pick for them.

Detroit Lions:

Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State

The Lions are somehow currently sitting at third in the draft, but I just can’t see Washington passing on Chase Young. I really struggled between Iowa edge rusher A.J. Epenesa and Okudah here, but I couldn’t pass up Okudah’s upside or ignore Detroit’s lackluster secondary. This could be a real pick come April, and Lions fans should rejoice if it happens.

Green Bay Packers:

Laviska Shenault Jr., WR, Colorado

The Packers look like they’ve solved their defensive problems (for the most part), but the receiving corps is DeVante Adams and a bunch of guys. Shenault is purely an offensive weapon and can line up anywhere. He’d be a fun tool to have for Rodgers.

Houston Texans:

Tommy Kraemer, OL, Notre Dame

The Texans traded away their first round pick to the Dolphins for a left tackle in Laremy Tunsil. This offensive line still needs help though, and in the second round I think my third ranked interior offensive lineman could still be on the board.

Indianapolis Colts:

CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

The Colts have experienced life without Andrew Luck and T.Y. Hilton, and it’s not fun. QB Jacoby Brissett has played well at times, but adding CeeDee Lamb next to Hilton would provide much better results and a much better offense.

Jacksonville Jaguars:

CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

Lamb is up again, and this time the combination is rookie QB Gardner Minshew and young WR D.J. Chark. Lamb is potentially a top-10 pick, so the Jaguars stand a chance at getting him.

Kansas City Chiefs:

Tyler Biadasz, OL, Wisconsin

It seemed like the Chiefs secondary, especially at cornerback, would be the biggest problem for the Chiefs this year. But it’s actually been the offensive line. Biadasz could potentially be Mahomes’ center for the next decade.

Los Angeles Chargers:

Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama

It looks like QB Philip Rivers is on his way out, or at least declining in play. Tua Tagovailoa could sit behind Rivers next season healing up and getting ready to take over in 2021. Tua seemed like the sure-fire number one overall pick before his injury, so a healthy Tua after sitting for a year is a great investment.

Los Angeles Rams:

Austin Jackson, OT, USC

The Rams traded away their first round pick this season for CB Jalen Ramsey. They really need offensive line help, and if Jackson can last until they pick in the second round, the Rams should ensure his move to the pros is very minimal.

Miami Dolphins:

Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama

I really am betting on Tua being healthy and his injury not causing problems down the line, and the Dolphins should still be very happy taking him top-5. If not, they have two more picks in the first round. Tua should end up in Miami next year, no matter what.

Minnesota Vikings:

Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU

Starting CB Xavier Rhodes fell off a cliff this season in terms of talent. They desperately need a cornerback, and I’m not sure if Fulton will still be on the board when they’re picking, but this is the guy for the Vikings.

New England Patriots:

Brycen Hopkins, TE, Purdue

This might be one of the more obvious picks on this list. The Patriots are not the same this year and it’s because Rob Gronkowski is not there anymore. Brycen Hopkins is the most similar tight end prospect to Gronk this year and he can instantly improve this offense.

New Orleans Saints:

Laviska Shenault Jr., WR, Colorado

WR Michael Thomas is incredible, but there really isn’t anyone behind him on the depth chart. Like I mentioned previously, Shenault Jr. is an offensive weapon. And if we know anything about Head Coach Sean Payton, he loves offensive weapons (see: Taysom Hill).

New York Giants:

Paulson Adebo, CB, Stanford

The Giants are firmly in play to land Ohio State edge rusher Chase Young with the second overall pick, so I’m looking at the top of the second round here. They just released their best cornerback last week in Janoris Jenkins. Their two starting cornerbacks now are both bottom 10 in the entire league in terms of passer rating allowed.

New York Jets:

Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia

There is a general lack of talent on this roster, but a franchise left tackle takes the top spot of needs. The Jets may be in play for the best offensive tackle in the class.

Oakland Raiders:

CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

Another nod for Lamb here, the Raiders need to use one of their two first round picks on a receiver. Lamb is only second in this class to Jerry Jeudy, whom I predict will be a top-5 pick.

Philadelphia Eagles:

CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

Surprise, it’s Lamb again. This one might be a little too optimistic that he’ll still be on the board for the Eagles, but he’s a perfect match. Henry Ruggs III or Tee Higgins would also be a great pick for Philly.

Pittsburgh Steelers:

Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

Probably the biggest surprise on here, but hear me out. Devlin “Duck” Hodges isn’t the answer, and neither is Mason Rudolph. Ben Roethlisberger is supposed to be ready to go at the start of next season, but he suffered a fairly serious injury and he’s not getting any younger. The perfect situation for Herbert is to sit for a year in the NFL, and who better to learn from than a future Hall of Famer?

San Francisco 49ers:

Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson

I’m not very confident that Higgins will make it to the end of the first round, but it’s possible if Jeudy, Lamb, Ruggs, and Shenault go before him. The 49ers still haven’t fully solved the receiver depth, and Higgins is still a top-15 prospect for me.

Seattle Seahawks:

Paulson Adebo, CB, Stanford

The Legion of Boom days are well behind Seattle, and Adebo can be the first step towards rebuilding this secondary. I’ve often mocked Adebo to the Seahawks, but it might be a bit of a stretch to expect him to still be on the board for them if they make the NFC Championship or even Super Bowl.

Tamp Bay Buccaneers:

Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

I know Bucs fans can’t be completely happy with the roller coaster of Jameis Winston. Its time for the Jameis experience to end in Tampa Bay, and I really love the idea of pairing Head Coach Bruce Arians with Justin Herbert. While I believe it’s best for Herbert to sit his first year in the league, I would just love to watch that duo on Sundays.

Tennessee Titans:

Jedrick Wills, OT, Alabama

Tennessee seems to have stumbled into their new franchise QB in Ryan Tannehill. But the offensive line is still a problem. Taylor Lewan at right tackle and Jedrick Wills at left tackle? Sign me up.

Washington Redskins:

Calvin Throckmorton, OT, Oregon

It’s Chase Young for the Redskins in the first round. They don’t have a second round pick after trading up last years draft to take Montez Sweat, so we’re looking at the third round here. I really like Throckmorton and I’d be surprised if he’s still on the board at the top of the third round. He can be an instant starter in place of Trent Williams (if they trade him) on the left side, or they can move Donald Penn to the left side and put Throckmorton on the right side next to Guard Brandon Scherff.



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