After a tight race, between Mike Hughes and Connor Williams, the big blocking tackle wins with 27% of the vote, only seven greater than Hughes.
The draft heads to the great state of Texas. Dallas Cowboys, you’re on the clock!
Previous voting links:
- Cleveland Browns — Sam Darnold
- New York Giants — RB Saquon Barkley
- New York Jets — QB Josh Rosen
- Cleveland Browns — DE Bradley Chubb
- Denver Broncos — QB Baker Mayfield
- Indianapolis Colts — OG Quenton Nelson
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers — SS Derwin James
- Chicago Bears — LB Tremaine Edmunds
- San Francisco 49ers — DB Minkah Fitzpatrick
- Oakland Raiders — LB Roquan Smith
- Miami Dolphins — DT Vita Vea
- Buffalo Bills — QB Josh Allen
- Washington Redskins — CB Denzel Ward
- Green Bay Packers — DE Marcus Davenport
- Arizona Cardinals — QB Lamar Jackson
- Baltimore Ravens — WR D.J. Moore
- Los Angeles Chargers — OT Mike McGlinchey
- Seattle Seahawks — OT Connor Williams
- WR Calvin Ridley — The rumors of Dez Bryant leaving have not come to fruition, but it still may occur post-draft. In that case, they’ll need another receiver, which comes in the form of the top receiver in the draft.
- DT Da’Ron Payne — No doubt about it, the Cowboys need some big men to stop the run and get to the quarterback. While Payne isn’t the greatest in pass rush skill, he’s more than capable of absorbing blockers and driving the pile backwards.
- LB Rashaan Evans — This is the yearly reminder that Sean Lee is more injury prone than Jimmy Smith. Acquiring a healthy, coverage linebacker to jump in when the inevitable occurs will do wonders.
- OG Will Hernandez — The Cowboys line is known for greatness, but the left guard role is thin. La’el Collins is performing adequately, but the second best guard in the draft is nothing to skip over; especially when he’s playing next to Tyron Smith and Travis Frederick.
- EDGE Harold Landry — You can never have enough pass rushers. While the Cowboys have two great starters in the form of Demarcus Lawrence and Tyrone Crawford, and two strong backups with Kony Ealy and Taco Charlton, maybe the voters want the Cowboys running a 5-2 next season, or a 6-1.
- CB Josh Jackson — A pick machine with Iowa, possessing incredible upside. A first round corner is nothing to scoff at, certainly when the Cowboys’ pass rush looks so strong.
- CB Mike Hughes — The more polished product with a higher floor than Jackson. I will stop placing only one or the other in these votes.
- TE Hayden Hurst — Though it feels as if he’s going to play forever, Jason Witten will not. The team needs a replacement, and there are many unique tight ends in the draft worth taking in the first round.
- TE Dallas Goedert — This tight end class is all over the place, it feels. I’m uncertain which to place here, so I’ll give the voters more options.
- TE Mike Gesicki — As mentioned above, the rankings for tight ends isn’t conclusive, nor should it be.
With the 19th pick in the 2018 Beatdown Mock draft, the Dallas Cowboys select, __________?
This poll is closed
Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama
Da’Ron Payne, DT, Alabama
Rashaan Evans, LB, Alabama
Will Hernandez, OG, UTEP
Harold Landry, EDGE, Boston College
Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa
Mike Hughes, CB, UCF
Hayden Hurst, TE, South Carolina
Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota State
Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State