2023 NFL mock draft: Cowboys land WR, Lions land star QB prospect

2023 NFL mock draft, Bryce Young, Alabama Crimson Tide - Mandatory Credit: Scott Wachter-USA TODAY Sports
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2023 NFL mock draft, Isaiah Foskey, Notre Dame Fighting Irish – Mandatory Credit: Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports /

26. Los Angeles Chargers: Isaiah Foskey, EDGE, Notre Dame

Pick Analysis. Notre Dame. 13. Scouting Report. EDGE. Isaiah Foskey. 26. player

So far, things are looking pretty good for the Los Angeles Chargers as far as their investment in Khalil Mack. Against his former team the Raiders in Week 1, Mack had:

  • 6 tackles
  • 3 sacks
  • 4 QB hits
  • 3 TFL
  • 1 FF

He only managed to get one hit and half a sack on Patrick Mahomes in Week 2, but Mack is off to a good start in his new home with the Chargers. With that being said, you can never have too many pass rushers in the NFL and if you’re a team like the Chargers, you need to have as many as possible. Going up against an absolute gauntlet of quarterbacks in your own division necessitates the best pass defense possible, and a player like Isaiah Foskey can help the Chargers neutralize opposing QBs.

Foskey has one sack so far this season (two games) but he had 10 sacks last year along with a whopping six forced fumbles. When he starts to heat up, he’s tough to stop.

27. Detroit Lions: Noah Sewell, LB, Oregon

LB. 50. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. Oregon. Noah Sewell. 27. player

During the 2021 NFL Draft, the Detroit Lions lucked out by landing a stud offensive tackle with their first-round pick. Penei Sewell fell into their laps and they couldn’t have been more ecstatic about it. In the 2023 NFL Draft, could they go after Penei’s brother Noah?

Although Noah doesn’t play on the offensive line, he’s a hard-hitting linebacker prospect with great range and physicality. He’s pretty much exactly what the Detroit Lions want in a player when it comes to the mentality you see from him on every individual snap.

Plus, how cool would it be for the Lions to be able to have the Sewell brothers on their roster?