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What five teams had the best first round of the 2019 NFL Draft?

Montez Sweat should have been a top 10 pick, but his Medicals and his off-field made him drop. This was a huge pick for the Skins.

I wanted to talk about five teams that I feel struck gold on draft night. These teams had the best drafts in my opinion. Let’s talk about it.

Washington Redskins – The Redskins drafted QB Dwayne Haskins and Montez Sweat. Are you kidding me, the Redskins just added two future players and did not have to do much. Many thought they would give up draft picks to get Haskins and they just stayed put.

Cleveland Browns – I do not have to say much, but the Browns landed Odell Beckham Jr. for the 17th pick. I do not have to say anything else. They landed a 26-year-old contract who has been an All-Pro and is under contract for multiple years. This was a huge win.

Philadelphia Eagles – Eagles drafted one of the best offensive tackles in the draft in the ’20s. Are you kidding me, they just replaced Jason Peters, and he will be a monster for them for years to come.

Buffalo Bills – Bills landed Ed Oliver and they did not have to move to get him. Many thought Ed Oliver would go in the top 5 and he fell to the Bills at 9. Bills find a replacement for Kyle Williams, and they still have 9 draft picks.

Chicago Bears – Yes, I am doing it again. They did not have to move and they landed Khalil Mack. The Raiders are crazy and this was an easy pick for me. There was no Khalil Mack in this draft. The Bears win.

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