2021 NFL mock draft, 2-rounds: Big top-10 trades for QBs

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Christian Darrisaw, 2021 NFL mock draft
2021 NFL mock draft prospect Christian Darrisaw #77 of the Virginia Tech Hokies (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images) /

2021 NFL mock draft: 19th pick

Scouting Report. OT. Virginia Tech. 19. Pick Analysis. Christian Darrisaw. player. 58

The Washington Football Team might have to punt their quarterback need down the road again in 2021.

Alex Smith was an unbelievable comeback story in 2020, but this Washington offense needs some serious work.

They don’t have to look too far outside of DC to find a possible long-term solution at left tackle in Christian Darrisaw, who was one of the most improved players at any position in the country in 2020.


Regardless of their quarterback situation, the WFT needs to address the left tackle spot ASAP.

WR. Kadarius Toney. player. Scouting Report. 57. Pick Analysis. Florida. 20

What are the Chicago Bears going to do at the quarterback position? Are they going to bring back Mitchell Trubisky and hope things can still work out? How are they going to justify that to ownership?

The Bears’ brain trust of Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy has gotten another year after they scraped and clawed into the postseason in 2020. There is no question that Chicago needs to figure out an answer at quarterback, but they also have question marks all over on offense.

Wide receiver needs to be addressed and if Chicago can find a way to bring back Allen Robinson, a trio of Robinson, Darnell Mooney, and Kadarius Toney could be dynamic.

The Bears will need players who can really bail the quarterback out if they are unable to make an upgrade at that position. Kadarius Toney is exceptional after the catch and has game-breaking speed.