The 2019 NFL Draft could feature even more trades than normal. Most of the worst teams in the NFL have young quarterbacks, which means other teams looking to trade up for their future passers will have partners willing to listen to trade offers. Of course, that requires highly touted quarterbacks to be available. One year ago, there were four in the top 10 and five in the first round, all of whom have made at least one start thus far. It's a good time to need defensive linemen, as the 2019 draft class figures to be loaded with run-stuffers and pass-rushers throughout the first round.