Arizona Cardinals 2020 NFL Draft: Complete 7-round mock draft

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Taking a look at how the Arizona Cardinals can improve their roster in the 2020 NFL Draft with this complete seven-round mock draft.

The Arizona Cardinals reshaped the direction of their franchise last offseason, first, by hiring Kliff Kingsbury to be their head coach and later by taking quarterback Kyler Murray with the first overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. Kingsbury is a smart and modern offensive coach and Murray is an incredibly talented quarterback with massive upside. Unfortunately, through four games, the Cardinals sit at 0-3-1 and their offensive is sputtering.

So far this season, Arizona has only scored 18.5 points per game, the eighth fewest in the entire NFL. Their 326.3 total yards per game and 234.3 passing yards per game both rank in the bottom 12 in the league. They have not exactly been the revolutionary offensive attack that many expected.

Now, it is easy to look at Arizona’s offensive production over the last few weeks and call their reshaped direction of the franchise a bust. However, it is important for us to give them time to work this out. Murray is still an incredibly talented player and the Cardinals have some nice talent to work with on the offensive side of the ball. Personally, I believe that they are more likely than not to start to figure this out.

That being said, even if the Arizona Cardinals get their offense on track this season, this is still a team that is far away from becoming legitimate contenders in the NFC West. They still have a lot of work to do on both sides of the ball, which is why I think it is fair to look ahead to what they can do in the 2020 NFL Draft.

In this seven-round mock draft, we are going to take control of the Arizona Cardinals and pick them a 2020 NFL draft class that would help get them on track. Who are the Cardinals able to bring into the mix? Let’s find out.

Note: This mock draft was completed using The Draft Network’s NFL mock draft simulator.

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