The NFL season is at the midpoint, and the league is a seller’s market before the trade deadline. That means plenty of teams are already looking toward the 2019 NFL Draft. That’s especially true for the Oakland Raiders, who have stockpiled three first-round picks next year after shipping Amari Cooper off to Dallas and Khalil Mack to Chicago. Despite their obvious tanking nature, the Raiders don’t yet hold the first overall pick in the draft. That currently belongs to the New York Giants, who could finally be in search of Eli Manning’s replacement this offseason. The Giants are one of the few teams projected to pick in the top 10 that actually need a quarterback. Teams like Arizona, Bufffalo, Cleveland, and San Francisco all have their quarterbacks of the future. That could allow them to rely on the deep group of defensive players instead.