29. Kansas City Chiefs: Josh Allen, OLB Kentucky
The Kansas City Chiefs secondary needs a lot of help but there is not anyone on the board worth taking in the defensive backfield. Another way to slow opposing passing attacks is to get after the quarterback which is something Josh Allen does incredible well amassing ten sacks so far this season. Both Justin Houston and Dee Ford have struggled with injuries making it hard to justify the large contract Houston has and Ford is likely to command which makes Allen look very appealing for Kansas City.
30. Los Angeles Rams: Montez Sweat, EDGE Mississippi State
If the Los Angeles Rams have a hole in their roster it would be an edge rusher and Montez Sweat is a fantastic option late in the first round. He struggled against Dalton Risner early in the season but has racked up ten sacks so far this season. He is a good athlete and has some of the most developed pass rush moves of the edge rushers in this draft. He might not have as high of a ceiling as some that have gone early but he should be someone that immediately helps a team that is contending right now.