The Arizona Cardinals continue to play hard in their first season with Kliff Kingsbury at the helm, thanks mostly to the gutsy play of their rookie quarterback. The franchise selected Kyler Murray with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, and he has been as good as advertise, and his first NFL win should be coming up very soon.
Still, with a rookie head coach, and rookie quarterback, there are bound to be hiccups, and the Cardinals do not figure to be in the playoff picture this season. They are likely headed back to the top-10 of the NFL Draft, and with that pick, they should look to bring in the best cornerback in the draft class in Jeffrey Okudah from Ohio State.
The NFC West is loaded with great quarterbacks, including Jimmy Garoppolo, Russell Wilson, and Jared Goff, so having a strong secondary is a must. Okudah is the kind of guy who you can put on an island, and he will shut down half the field, and for Arizona, they need more players like that in their defensive backfield.
The Oakland Raiders kicked off their 2019 season in grand fashion, throttling the Denver Broncos at home on Monday Night Football. However, since then, it has been all downhill, and after two bad losses to the Kansas City Chiefs and Minnesota Vikings, the team already appears to be headed back to the top-10 of the NFL Draft.
When they do draft in 2020, they will officially be known as the Las Vegas Raiders, as they are moving the franchise this offseason. With their first of two first round picks, the Raiders should look to bring in a safety, and there is no better player at the position in this draft class than Grant Delpit from LSU.
Las Vegas has two first round safeties in Karl Joseph and Johnathan Abram, but Joseph has been underwhelming, and Abram will miss the 2019 season with a torn labrum. Bringing Delpit to team with Abram moving forward would give the Raiders franchise two very young, and very talented options at the position.