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Second half of McIntrye’s mock draft has Cowboys drafting offense

Yesterday we took a look at the first 15 picks of a mock draft courtesy of Fox Sports' Jason McIntrye. Jason is a co-host of The Herd and a Fox analyst. Today, we check out the remaining 16 picks of Jason's .
Yes, I said 16. You'll be reminded why there's only 31 picks, instead of 32, in this year's draft. For now, on with the mock:

Right Position, Wrong Order

16: , TE, Notre Dame

The Commanders will likely go with an offensive lineman. But if they do go with a tight end, I suspect Jason has this pick reversed with the next one. Kincaid should be the first tight end to go.

17: , TE, Utah

Jason has the right position, but the wrong player. Mayer goes here.

Second half of McIntrye's mock draft has Cowboys drafting offense
Utah tight end Dalton Kincaid, left, runs after catching a pass as Colorado Jeremy Mack Jr. (3) pursues in the first half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022, in Boulder, Colo. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

18: — Devon Witherspoon, CB, Illinois

The Lions need defensive help, especially in their backfield. I think Jason has it right.

19: Tampa Bay Buccaneers — Myles Murphy, , Clemson

The Bucs is so old it's nearly mummified. Murphy would be a quality pick, as would any defensive player. But… Tampa Bay could be a team that trades up into Arizona's #3 pick. That means 's replacement.

20: — Calijah Kancey, DT, Pittsburgh

To be honest, he fits the Seahawks mold of a . I think this pick will happen.

Where Will Bijan Robinson Fall To

21: — Bijan Robinson, RB, Texas

Jason seems to think the Chargers will part ways with Austin Ekeler. I don't see that happening. Nor do I see them taking Robinson. Look for an offensive linemen to go here.

The Dallas Cowboys select Bijan Robinson 1

22: , QB, Tennessee

Jason also thinks Lamar Jackson is gone from Baltimore. Frankly, I don't think any of the other 31 teams wants him. But I do think it makes sense for the Ravens to take Hooker and start planning for the future.

23: Minnesota Vikings — Joey Porter, CB, Penn State

This is a smart pick for the Vikings to make.

24: — Darnell Wright, OT, Tennessee

The Jags need to protect a lot better. Wright would go a long way in doing just that.

25: — Quentin Johnston, WR, TCU

needs targets to throw to and Johnston would be a nice playmaker for the Giants.

With the 26th Pick, The Dallas Cowboys Select…

26: — O'Cyrus Torrence, OL, Florida

Yes, Dallas needs help on the o-line. But seriously, if Bijan Robinson is available when the Cowboys go on the clock with the 26th pick… All I'm saying is, Torrence would be a good pick if Robinson is no longer sitting back stage on Thursday night.

Photo by Maddie Washburn/UAA Communications

And do we really want to see Robinson twice a year in an Eagles' uniform? There's no way they don't take him with the 30th pick if he's sitting there. I'd rather see him with a blue star, not a silver wing, on his helmet the next 10 years.

27: — Anton Harrison, OT, Oklahoma

Like many teams this year, the Bills need to address a leaky o-line. Harrison, or Torrence, would do so nicely.

28: — Bryan Bresee, DL, Clemson

The Bengals' is the only reason why they didn't play in back-to-back Super Bowls the last two seasons. Bresee would address this weakness.

29: New Orleans Saints — Deonte Banks, CB, Maryland

I can't argue for or against this one.

30: , WR, USC

The Eagles need way too much help on the defensive side of the ball. And I think they have all they need at this position.

31: — Will McDonald IV, Edge, Iowa

I think this is another pick where Jason has them reversed. I can see McDonald in Philly and Addison in Kansas City instead.

32: Nobody – Nothing.

The Miami Dolphins were stripped of their first-round pick in this year's draft. The Dolphins were found to have tampered with both Tom Brady and and paid the price. They also landed neither a Super Bowl winning or a Super Bowl winning .

Richard Paolinelli
Richard Paolinelli
Richard has covered sports at all levels - from local, prep, college, and professional - since 1984. He has been a fan of the Dallas Cowboys since 1969. Since retiring as a full-time sports writer in 2013, he has written and published several novels, two dozen short stories and two sports non-fiction books.

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