PFF 2019 NFL Mock Draft 4

Mar 7, 2019 at 12:20 PM--


Pro Football Focus Senior Analyst Steve Palazzolo gives us his 2019 NFL Mock Draft X.0.
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Rankings don't typically mean much during the offseason. They are usually just a fun way to pass the time and create some healthy debate among sports fanbases. ESPN's latest one probably isn't much different. However, it isn't based merely on opinion and projections. It is based on the massive amount of data produced by the analytics giant, Pro Football Focus. The two join forces to rank the NFL's best rosters. Where did the San Francisco 49ers fall within the ranking? In case you glanced past the title of this article, the Bay Area squad came in at No. 3, with just the Baltimore Ravens (No. 1) and New Orleans Saints

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