Round 2, Pick 1
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With Jackson and top pick Brown, the plodding offense that led the NFL in 10-play drives is suddenly looking like one that can put on its track shoes.
The 49ers dramatically bolstered their defensive line this offseason with the additions of Bosa in the draft and Dee Ford in free agency.
Dallas has dabbled in drafting risky picks that eventually paid off, but the similar tactic will be tougher this year without a first-round safety net.
There's plenty of top-end talent to start Day 2. Whom should the Cardinals take at No. 33? Who will be the next QB selected? Let's go pick by pick.
Cardinals GM Steve Keim said it was a "very easy" decision taking QB Kyler Murray with the top pick. His next order of business: deciding what to do with Josh Rosen.
Clemson's Clelin Ferrell admitted to being surprised when the Raiders used the No. 4 overall pick on him Thursday. Oakland also took Alabama RB Josh Jacobs at No. 24 and Mississippi State safety Jonathan Abram at No. 27.