Bears and Colts go back-to-back offensive tackles to fill glaring needs
19th overall, Washington Football Team
The WFT needs a quarterback after their revolving door at the position. If the team is active in the trade market then it’s likely they go wideout here. But at the moment it is their biggest position of need and after a strong 2020 season and strong Senior Bowl practice week, Jones has solidified himself as a first round quarterback and could be starting for a team that could be back in the playoffs.
20th overall, Chicago Bears
The Chicago Bears are in need of a quarterback and an improved offensive line. With Mac Jones, and the other top-four quarterbacks off the board, the team will take the best offensive lineman available. In my opinion, if the team fails to land a trade for a veteran quarterback, it could be smart to bring back Mitchell Trubisky for another season rather than drafting a later round quarterback and relying on them immediately.
21st overall, Indianapolis Colts
With both Anthony Castonzo and Phillip Rivers retiring the team has two big holes they must solve. With that in mind, I would solve it by first adding a top-offensive tackle prospect and prioritizing protecting the quarterback. The team could once again add a Rivers type vet in a win now situation, or the team could keep calling Andrew Luck and convincing him to come back for the Horseshoe.
22nd overall, Tennessee Titans
The Titans had a great offense in 2020 and an awful defense. The failed project that was bringing in Jadeveon Clowney in for a season is evidence enough for the team to have to draft an EDGE rusher. Ojulari is the top EDGE on the board, but I could also see Miami’s Jaelan Phillips in this spot.