Buffalo Rumblings

● By Bruce Nolan

Accuracy: 20.91%439th Place
Most mock drafts aren’t intended to be predictive. As much as the NFL community can sometimes say they hate the exercises where media members or analysts conjure up fictional outcomes to the NFL Draft, mock drafts remain incredibly popular methods of generating web traffic because they get clicked on. People want to scroll through, see who their team picked in the hypothetical rumination, and then react to it. Sometimes they don’t even know the player at all and are reacting to the position only. Sometimes they’re reacting based upon what they just saw at the NFL Scouting Combine. Sometimes they’re reacting based upon the school the prospect attended. But they’re reacting.

Top Players Not Included

These players appear in the top 32 of our

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, but do not show up in this mock.