2019 NFL Mock Draft: Bills go Nick Bosa at No. 1, Cowboys add N'Keal Harry to receiver group – CBSSports.com

Week 1 in the NFL unfolded exactly how we predicted, with Ryan Fitzpatrick scorching the Saints in New Orleans en route to victory, the Steelers and Browns battling to a tie, and the Jets laying 48 points on the Lions in Detroit.

While you may think the league is bound to return to “normalcy” in Week 2, remember the only thing normal about the NFL is widespread unpredictability and takes that may have been based in sound logic before the season seeming to be totally insane a few weeks into the regular season. 

With that, realize this mock draft will change many more times, and the same goes for the order of the picks. No need to get riled up about the selections themselves or where your team is slotted to pick. The order is determined by SportsLine’s current Super Bowl odds, with a few playoff teams moved around to simulate alternating conferences at the end of Round 1. 

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1. Buffalo Bills

Nick Bosa, DE, Ohio State. Easy pick for the Bills here, a club with a need at edge-rusher, especially with Jerry Hughes entering the final year of his contract in 2019. Nick is as good as his brother Joey when he entered the NFL in 2016.

2. Arizona Cardinals

Jonah Williams, LT, Alabama. In 2015, the Cardinals spent a first-round pick on D.J. Humphries out of Florida. While the left tackle has played respectably after returning from injury, he’s not the franchise guy. Williams can be that for the Josh Rosen

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