The selection of tight end Brock Bowers by the Las Vegas Raiders with the No. 13 pick in the 2024 NFL Draft was one of the first major upsets. The fact that Bowers was still available surprised us, as did the fact that Las Vegas would pursue him after adding Michael Mayer with a second-round choice the previous season.

In an episode of “NFL Draft: The Pick Is In” on Roku Channel on June 14, it was disclosed that the Raiders had the option to add a second-round pick and trade down if they so desired. Though they were stranded at No. 19 in the first round, the Los Angeles Rams gave it their all in an attempt to get Bowers. As a result, general manager Les Snead called the general manager of the Raiders.

One of the first significant upsets came when the Las Vegas Raiders selected tight end Brock Bowers with the 13th overall choice in the 2024 NFL Draft. We were somewhat aback by Bowers’ continued availability as well as Las Vegas’ decision to go after him after selecting Michael Mayer with a second-round pick the year before.

On June 14, during an episode of “NFL Draft: The Pick Is In” on Roku Channel, it was revealed that the Raiders could choose to trade down and add a second-round pick. The Los Angeles Rams tried their hardest to acquire Bowers despite being stuck at No. 19 in the first round. Consequently, general