2020 NFL Mock Draft: The Bengals supercharge their offense

With a quarter of the season out of the way, let's dive into the first two rounds of talent based on the obvious needs of each team. The first two days can provide game-changing talent.

2020 NFL Mock Draft: The Bengals supercharge their offense
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49 – Carolina Panthers: Reggie Floyd, Safety, Virginia Tech

At times Floyd can be too aggressive, but he has great physical traits and high football intelligence, which will make him a quality NFL safety.

50 – Indianapolis Colts: Collin Johnson, Wide Receiver, Texas

The Colts need to bring some size to their wide receiver group. Johnson is a monster that excels at the contested catch. He sure would look good as a complement to TY Hilton. 

51 – Minnesota Vikings: Jalen Hurts, Quarterback, Oklahoma

The Vikings have a Super Bowl roster, yet their $30 million per year quarterback isn’t playing to a level that will lead them anywhere. Jalen Hurts has thrived under the tutelage of Lincoln Riley and seems poised to be the next starting quarterback from Oklahoma. 

52 – Los Angeles Rams: Solomon Kindley, Offensive Line, Georgia

After losing Rodger Saffold to free agency last season, paired with the likelihood that Andrew Whitworth retires following the 2019 season, it is safe to assume that the Rams will address their offensive line in the 2020 NFL draft.

53 – Chicago Bears: Tylan Wallace, Wide Receiver, Oklahoma State

The Bears offense could use a jolt and a player like Tylan Wallace could provide that. Wallace is an explosive playmaker with the ability to take it to the house with every touch. Wallace has 19 touchdowns in his last 19 games. 

54 – Detroit Lions: Tyler Johnson, Wide Receiver, Minnesota

The Lions are a team on the rise, adding a dynamic receiver to bolster their passing attack can’t hurt. Tyler Johnson is a big, physical receiver that creates yards after the catch.

55 – Buffalo Bills: Kenny Willekes, Edge, Michigan State

Adding Kenny Willekes to a defensive line that features Ed Oliver, Harrison Phillips, and Jerry Hughes is a scary thought.

56 – Seattle Seahawks: Travis Etienne, Running back, Clemson

Pete Carroll will fall in love with Etienne and if he were to fall, the Seahawks would pounce. Chris Carson is serviceable and Rashaad Penny hasn’t lived up to his draft status, so Etienne would provide a serious upgrade to the Seahawks rushing attack.

57 – Philadelphia Eagles: Jabari Zuniga, Edge, Florida

The Eagles bolster their already impressive defensive front by adding a talented pass-rusher from the University of Florida. Zuniga possesses a lethal first step and burst, which causes headaches for opposing offensive tackles. 

58 – Baltimore Ravens: Terrell Lewis, Edge, Alabama

Terrell Lewis is explosive, plays at Alabama and fills the Ravens’ biggest need. Is he the next pass-rushing gem that Baltimore finds? Recently, they found studs like Matt Judon and Za’Darius Smith in the mid-rounds of the NFL draft.

59 – Houston Texans: Alton Robinson, Edge, Syracuse

The Texans traded away Jadeveon Clowney and need to find his replacement. 

60 – Green Bay Packers: Isaiah Wilson, Offensive Tackle, Georgia

The Packers offensive line hasn’t been very good in 2019 and the current starting right tackle, Bryan Bulaga, is scheduled to be an unrestricted free agent.

61 – Seattle Seahawks (KC): Jaylon Johnson, Cornerback, Utah

Seattle’s secondary is a shell of what it was when they had the “Legion of Boom.” They need to find their Richard Sherman 2.0. Jaylon Johnson is the long, physical cornerback that the Seahawks traditionally covet.

62 – Miami Dolphins (NO): Khalid Kareem, Edge, Notre Dame

There isn’t a team with less of a pass-rush in the NFL, so the Dolphins are wise to invest in another defensive end. Kareem is the ideal fit for the defense that head coach Brian Flores is trying to run in Miami.

63 – New England Patriots: Jonathan Greenard, Edge, Florida

Don’t we know that this will be a home run pick? The Patriots are lethal when it comes to finding under the radar, multi-functional defensive ends.

64 – Kansas City Chiefs (SF): Jake Hanson, Offensive Line, Oregon

The Chiefs are a team that will contend for championships for the next decade; however, they better invest in the interior offensive line because what they have right now is not working.

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Neal Driscoll is a writer for PFN covering the NFL Draft. You can follow him @NealDriscoll on Twitter.

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