The New York Giants need a long-term answer at quarterback, and Justin Herbert would be a great find at the eighth-overall pick.
The 2018 NFL season is nearing the end of the regular slate of games, and teams have already started clinching their playoff berths. While some divisions will go down to the wire, there are plenty of teams that are already out of it, but will try to play spoiler the rest of the way.
Here is our latest 2019 NFL mock draft according to the order on tankathon.com after the Sunday night matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and Seattle Seahawks.
Offensive Tackle, Alabama
The Arizona Cardinals are a near lock to hold the top overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, as they are one of only two three-win teams remaining in the NFL. In addition, they hold the strength of schedule tiebreaker over the Oakland Raiders, so unless they pull off a miracle and win in Week 17, they are slate to pick No. 1.
While Nick Bosa is the consensus choice as the best overall player in the draft class, the Cardinals may decide to draft for need, and bring in talent along the offensive line. Jonah Williams is the best offensive tackle this draft class has to offer, and after investing in their quarterback in the 2018 NFL Draft, they should invest in protecting him in 2019.
Williams would be an anchor on a Cardinals offensive line that is downright bad right now, and needs to be revamped this upcoming offseason. You cannot afford to have a young signal-caller take the kind of hits he has this season, and with a talented young running back as well, the Cardinals may use this pick to bring in the best offensive lineman in the draft class with the top pick.