The 2019 NFL Draft is just over two months away. The Washington Redskins have a lot of options, and here’s the latest look at a seven-round mock for the team.
Two weeks have passed since the Super Bowl. Two weeks stand between NFL teams and the Combine. We’re officially at one of the first “dead” periods of the NFL offseason.
While there are still storylines emerging, impactful moves are few and far between and draft and free agency chatter are just getting started. At this time, it’s often important for teams to weigh all of their options for the offseason to see all the ways that they could impact their team.
The Redskins will certainly be one of the teams in the NFL that needs to make a lot of critical changes. They are entering a huge offseason in which they will be choosing a direction for the future. They’re hamstrung by Alex Smith‘s likely absence coupled with his contract, and their decision at quarterback will tell us a lot about what they think may happen this season.
Quarterback will be the focus for the Redskins, but they don’t have to take one in the first round. They will almost certainly draft one at some point, but it’s important to look at all the ways they could acquire one. Here’s a look at a mock 2019 NFL Draft that has the ‘Skins address quarterback in the middle rounds and bolstering the defensive side early.
We used the FanSpeak On The Clock Simulator to help make this realistic. So, let’s get the simulation underway.