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#251: 2021 Dash To The Draft Divisional Tour (AFC North with Bill Carroll‪)‬

1.  Given how much Joe Burrow was hit last season plus the multi-ligament knee injury he suffered, many, if not most, believe that it is a no-brainer for the Bengals to take an OT with the fifth overall pick, whether that be Penei Sewell or Rashawn Slater. However, recent buzz has the Bengals going with Joe Burrow’s favorite target at LSU Ja’Marr Chase. In your view, would it be a mistake for the Bengals to pass on the urgent need to protect Joe Burrow with their first round selection?

2. The Cleveland Browns have a top-10 NFL roster right now, at least in my opinion. And with them signing Jadeveon Clowney today, it opens up countless doors for them in the first round. They can still go EDGE (given Clowney’s deal is just for this year), but they can also go corner, WR, and as Benjamin Allbright said today, OL (especially considering the fact Jack Conklin’s contract expires after this season). What do you think is the best way for the Browns to start this draft?

3.  The Ravens also have one of the NFL’s deeper, more complete rosters, but two glaring holes that stand out are the lack of a true go-to wide receiver and the lack of a true lead-dog EDGE pass rusher. If you’re Eric DeCosta, would your number one priority in this draft be to get the former to help Lamar Jackson take that key next step as a passer, or the latter to help your defense?

4. On one of our previous episodes in this “Dash To The Draft Divisional Tour”, Cole Thompson mentioned the Steelers as a good fit for Mac Jones. And since this is probably Ben Roethlisberger’s final year in Pittsburgh, it would be prudent for the Steelers to think long and hard about Mac Jones, especially if he falls toward the mid-teens, which is very possible. If that scenario does come to pass, do you think the Steelers should try to trade up in front of Washington, who also is reportedly interested in Mac Jones?

5. Bengals Mock Draft

-1 (5): Penei Sewell

-2 (38): Rondale Moore

-3 (69): Payton Turner

6.  Browns Mock Draft

-1 (26): Caleb Farley

-2 (59): Jalen Mayfield

-3 (89): Tylan Wallace

-3 (91): Jay Tufele

7.  Ravens Mock Draft

-1 (27): Zaven Collins

-2 (58): Carlos Basham, Jr.

-3 (104): Andre Cisco

8. Steelers Mock Draft

-1 (24): Samuel Cosmi

-2 (55): Asante Samuel, Jr.

-3 (87): Khalil Herbert

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