The Cleveland Browns are going on the clock first and fourth, helping us kick off what might be the wildest NFL Draft in some time.
We are one day away from the 2018 NFL Draft, and the anticipation is out of control. The Cleveland Browns might finally land their franchise quarterback, while the New York Jets are also salivating at their chance to finally find a worthy successor to Joe Namath.
Additionally, the New England Patriots have two picks in the first round and could be planning to make a major move. Are they thinking about getting Tom Brady’s replacement? Perhaps.
Let’s look at how the draft could shake out (trade-free) in this final mock draft.
Throughout April, we’ve been hearing plenty of chatter that Allen is the pick of John Dorsey. While this could be a massive mistake due to his career completion percentage of 56.2 percent at Wyoming, Allen has the size and arm to play in the NFL.
In Cleveland, Allen will immediately be looked upon as the savior, although reality says he won’t be playing right away. Dorsey acquired Tyrod Taylor back in March to make sure that the Browns wouldn’t have to rush Allen, and that plan will remain in place.