2020 NFL mock draft: Washington Redskins add Chase Young

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The 2019 NFL season is entering their second quarter, and for some teams, they are still looking for that elusive first victory of the new campaign.

With Week 4 coming to a close after the Pittsburgh Steelers play host to the Cincinnati Bengals in AFC North action, most of the teams in the NFL are entering the second quarter of their schedule. For some teams, they have started to move away from the rest of the pack, whether for better or worse, as the 2020 NFL Draft order is starting to take shape.

Here is our latest 2020 NFL mock draft.

*Draft order from tankathon.com after the Monday night game.


Tua Tagovailoa

Quarterback, Miami Dolphins

If there is one thing that seems to be a certain right now, it is that the Miami Dolphins will likely hold the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. This is a franchise in full tank mode, and with some elite quarterback talent in the upcoming draft class,  the Dolphins will be in the market for one of them at No. 1.

While guys like Justin Herbert, Jalen Hurts, and Jake Fromm have started to cement themselves as first rounders, Tua Tagovailoa is seen as the consensus No. 1 overall pick right now. For the Dolphins, he would instantly become the franchise quarterback that this franchise is lacking, even after the trade for Josh Rosen this offseason.

Tagovailoa is a left-handed passer with incredible accuracy, and for a team looking to start over, he would be a nice first piece at quarterback. Remember, the Dolphins hold five first round picks between 2020 and 2021, so while the tank is on right now, the rebuild should ramp up in full force after what should be a terrible season in South Beach.


Justin Herbert

Quarterback, Cincinnati Bengals

The Zac Taylor Era in Cincinnati has started with a lot of losses, and the organization is likely to spend their high draft pick on the quarterback position in 2020. With the way this team is playing so far in 2019, they should possess an early first round pick, and there are a few elite quarterbacks to choose from.

While Tua Tagovailoa is the consensus first quarterback off the board in many mocks already, Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert has cemented himself as an early pick in his final season with the Ducks. Remember, Herbert could have been a first round pick last year, but returned to Oregon to play one season with his brother.

All he has done since returning to campus is light up the Pac-12, and for the Bengals, he could slide in and replace Andy Dalton, who has been steady, but has not won them any big games in his career. Herbert will be able to make all the throws at the NFL level, and based on what we have seen from him during his time at Oregon, he should be a big-time winner for the Bengals.

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