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Predicting who will be the No. 1 NFL draft pick in 2019 ... and who'll be doing the picking

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Kiper: This year's draft is 'all defense' (1:25)

Mel Kiper explains why he has only three offensive skill players on his Big Board and whether anyone can challenge Nick Bosa for the top pick. (1:25)

A forgettable Week 11 game that was broadcast only in portions of Arizona, California and Nevada flipped the script atop the 2019 NFL draft.

The Oakland Raiders' last-second victory over the Arizona Cardinals more than doubled Arizona's chances for landing the first overall pick at the Raiders' expense, according to ESPN's Football Power Index (FPI).

While it's relatively easy to project which teams will be picking atop the next draft, the teams themselves do not yet have a clear idea which players they'll select. Early themes did emerge when I polled five NFL executives in recent days. They see two positions and a short list of players as currently in play for the top choice, with some fascinating potential scenarios for teams near the top.