1A Sports Blog Mock Draft 2.0

  1. Cleveland Browns : QB Baker Mayfield
  2. New York Giant : RB Saquon Barkley
  3. New York Jets : QB Sam Darnold
  4. Cleveland Browns : DE Bradley Chubb
  5. Denver Broncos : QB Josh Allen
  6. Indianapolis Colts : OG Quenton Nelson
  7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers : S Derwin James
  8. Chicago Bears : WR Calvin Ridley
  9. San Francisco 49ers : LB Tremaine Edmunds
  10. Buffalo Bills (Trade with Oakland) : QB Josh Rosen
  11. Miami Dolphins : LB Roquan Smith
  12. Oakland Raiders : CB Denzel Ward
  13. Washington Redskins : DT Vita Vea
  14. Green Bay Packers : DB Mika Fitzpatrick
  15. Arizona Cardinals : CB Jaire Alexander
  16. Baltimore Ravens : EDGE Harold Landry
  17. Los Angeles Chargers : DT Da’aron Payne
  18. New England Patriots : QB Lamar Jackson
  19. Dallas Cowboys : DT Taven Bryan
  20. Detroit Lions : OG Will Hernandez
  21. Cincinnati Bengals : OG Isaiah Wynn
  22. Buffalo Bills : LB Leighton Vander Esch
  23. Seattle Seahawks : OT Mike Mcglinchey
  24. Carolina Panthers : CB Josh Jackson
  25. Tennessee Titians : LB Rahaan Evans
  26. Atlanta Falcons : EDGE Marcus Davenport
  27. New Orleans Saints : C James Daniels
  28. Pittsburg Steelers : S Justin Reid
  29. Jacksonville Jaguars : WR Courtland Sutton
  30. Minnesota Vikings : CB Mike Hughes
  31. Seattle Seahawks : C/OG Billy Price
  32. Philadelphia Eagles : WR D.J. Moore

1A Sports Blog Mock Draft 1.0

 

  1. Cleveland Browns : QB Sam Darnold
  2. New York Giants : QB Josh Rosen
  3. New York Jets : QB Baker Mayfield
  4. Buffalo Bills (Trade with Cleveland) : QB Josh Allen
  5. Denver Broncos : CB Denzel Ward
  6. Indianapolis Colts : RB Saquon Barkley
  7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers : DE Bradley Chubb
  8. Chicago Bears : OG Quenton Nelson
  9. San Francisco 49ers : LB Tremaine Edmunds
  10. Oakland Raiders : LB Roquan Smith
  11. Miami Dolphins : DT Vita Vea
  12. Cleveland Browns (Trade with Buffalo) : CB Jaire Alexander
  13. Washington Redskins : DT Da’ron Payne
  14. New England Patriots (Trade with Green Bay) : EDGE Harold Landry
  15. Arizona Cardinals : QB Lamar Jackson
  16. Baltimore Ravens : WR Calvin Ridley
  17. Los Angeles Chargers : LB Leighton Vander Esch
  18. Seattle Seahawks : OG Will Hernandez
  19. Dallas Cowboys : LB Rashaan Evan
  20. Detroit Lions : DE Marcus Davenport
  21. Cincinnati Bengals : OG Isaiah Wynn
  22. Cleveland Browns (Trade with Buffalo) : S Mika Fitzpatrick
  23. Green Bay Packers (Trade with New England) : CB Josh Jackson
  24. Carolina Panthers : CB Mike Hughes
  25. Tennessee Titans: S Derwin James
  26. Atlanta Falcons : DT Taven Bryan
  27. New Orland Saints : TE Mike Gesicki
  28. Pittsburg Steelers : QB Mason Rudolph
  29. Jacksonville Jaguars : OT Mike Mcglinchy
  30. Minnesota Vikings : C James Daniels
  31. Green Bay Packers : OT Connor Williams
  32. Philadelphia Eagles : RB Derrius Guice

Kevin Garnett vs. Dirk Nowitzki

The reason behind me writing this piece is that I got into an argument with my friends about who is the best Power Forward of the generation  and who is without a doubt is Tim Duncan with 5 championships, 3 finals MVPs, 2 MVPs, and 15 all star appearances but my friends are big Dirk Nowitzki fans so they said he’s the next best but I believe that Kevin Garnett was and they were being blinded by their fandom and not the play. If you must question that I picked KG for my fandom its nothing like that because I’m a Laker fan through and through and I hate KG for beating the Lakers in the 2008 NBA finals. To compare these great players we should compare their achievements KG 1 championship, 1 MVP, 1 DPOY, 15 all star appearances, 4 first team all NBA, and 9 first team all defensive. Dirk with 1 championships, 1 finals MVP, 1 MVP, 13 all star appearances, and 4 first team all NBA. Very similar accomplishments except KG doesn’t have a finals MVP and that may make Dirk better than KG you’re missing half the game. When you try talk about Dirk’s defense its incomparable to KG who is a monster on D. That’s what makes KG better than Dirk for me if you don’t agree with me, that’s fine but I put it out in front of you why KG is better.

The Kyrie Trade

Kyrie Irving was trade to the Boston Celtics for Isiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, Ante Zizic, and the 2018 Brooklyn Nets 1st Round Pick. I believe that the Cleveland Cavaliers won this trade the main reason is they got Brooklyn’s pick which is practically a top 3 pick in this upcoming draft which will give them a good start on their rebuild with everyone thinking Lebron James will leave next off-season. They have Isiah Thomas now, he is signed for only one year which will give Lebron James one more chance to win another title in Cleveland and I believe him and Derrick Rose can match the production of Kyrie Irving. Jae Crowder will give them extra depth and he is signed through the 2019-2020 season. Ante Zizic is rookie who could be developed into a decent player. For Boston I wouldn’t call it a compete loss because they have young group core and a stupid amount of picks that lossing the guys in the trade isn’t a big deal I can tell they’re looking for a way to get past Lebron and why not one of his teamates to lead Boston against him. I don’t know if this team is good enough to beat Lebron and the Cavaliers but I know this is  Kyrie’s team and I’m excited to see what he does. For the small group of people who think Gordon Hayward is the MAN of Boston with Isiah Thomas being traded away, you must be on something. First Kyrie is better than Isiah Thomas so I don’t know why it wouldn’t be Kyrie. Second Kyrie wanted to leave Cleveland to lead his own team, to not be Lebron’s side kick and you think he’s gonna go to Boston and be Gordon Hayward side kick you are insane. Gordon Hayward isn’t even comparable to a player like Lebron James and I think that Lebron caliber are the only players who are good enough players to make Kyrie their side kick. All in all, it was a good addition for the Celtics to add an allstar like Kyrie to the roster who has been to the Finals the last three years to lead your team and did I mention that he only 25.