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Damond Talbot’s First Round Mock Draft | Bears land both Caleb Williams and Marvin Harrison Jr.

Damond Talbot's First Round Mock Draft | Bears land both Caleb Williams and Marvin Harrison Jr.
Damond Talbot’s First Round Mock Draft | Bears land both Caleb Williams and Marvin Harrison Jr.

The NFL Draft is right around the corner, and I thought I would have some fun with a Mock Draft Simulator. I went on PFN Mock Draft Simulator and knocked out a first round pick and had six total trades.

I thought hard about this draft, and while some may not like it, I think it is the best overall draft I could come up with. There were several trades, with the Cardinals moving back but still landing several top tier players.

The Buffalo Bills finally found their Stefon Diggs replacement. They had to give up a lot to get Brian Thomas Jr. but he is a player they can rely on as a deep threat as well as an intermediate route runner.

The biggest shocker was the Bears walking away with the top quarterback in the 2024 NFL Draft and the top wide receiver. They have the means to make it happen, and it would be a huge asset for them. They would be getting both Caleb Williams and Marvin Harrison Jr. on rookie contracts. The offense for the Bears would be nasty, and you would be setting up Williams for success.

I will stop talking and let you check it out below. Let me know on Twitter what you think!

Trades:

  1. Arizona Cardinals trade pick 4 to the Bears for Pick 9, Pick 122, Bears 1st in 2025 and Carolina 2nd in 2025
  2. New York Giants trade Pick 6 to the Denver Broncos for Pick 12, Pick 136, Broncos 1st in 2025, and Broncos 3rd in 2025
  3. Minnesota Vikings trade pick 11 and pick 23 to the Cardinals for Pick 9
  4. Buffalo Bills trade Pick 28, Pick 144 and Bills 2025 First Round pick to the Saints for the 14th pick
  5. Los Angeles Rams trade pick 19, 83 and 155 to the Jaguars for Pick 17
  6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers traded pick 26 to the Kansas City Chiefs for Pick 32, Pick 64, and 2025 3rd round pick

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