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Casserly mock draft 6.0: Saints grab Paxton Lynch

More ready to play than Carson Wentz. Quick release coupled with quick decision-making. They have been a QB away from being in the playoffs.

Reminds me of Joe Flacco, but more athletic.

Both starting tackles -- King Dunlap and Joe Barksdale -- are signed. But Tunsil is a future Pro Bowl player.

Will win more games for them this year than any other player.

Gives Jaguars a bookend to Dante Fowler.

Completes the remake of the Ravens' secondary.

They won when their offensive line was good.

The Browns will probably trade out of this pick.

Excellent corner who can play man coverage, which will be a big part of the Bucs' defense.

They have been weak at linebacker for a while. Floyd also gives them another pass rusher, which is something the Giants love.

The Bears need a big run-stuffing end in their 3-4 defense.

It is time to think about the future at the QB position. Great spot for Lynch to go.

They continue to build their defensive line in an effort to beat New England.

Major need is at middle linebacker. Very instinctive player.

They will fill their need at right tackle and keep all of those extra picks.

Fills a need to help protect Matt Stafford. Do they move Riley Reiff to the right side?

Falcons decide to take a gamble on the potential Pro Bowl player who drops because of long-term knee concerns.

They miss out on an OT but fill their other major need of a pass rusher.

In their transition to a 34 defense, they get a pass rusher at OLB.

The pass rushers are gone so they take a cornerback and just keep blitzing to get pressure.

Helps improve the Redskins' run defense.

They need to add speed to their offense.

Teddy Bridgewater needs some weapons.

Fills a big need created by the free-agency losses of Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu.

Some will say this is a reach but he is my next best cornerback.

The Seattle line needs to be rebuilt. Ifedi can play ROT or OG.

Talented player who drops in draft because of issues.

Fills void left by Sean Smith.

CB is a need, too, but Kelly is rated higher.

Both of Carolina's starting defensive tackles will be free agents over the next two years.

Butler has upfield ability.

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