With Super Bowl 53 in our rear view mirror and the 2019 NFL Combine a little over two weeks away Justin Skule San Francisco 49ers Jersey , ESPN’s Todd McShay is back with his second 2019 NFL mock draft. In this updated mock draft, he has Ohio State edge rusher Nick Bosa going No. 1 overall to the Arizona Cardinals, and Kentucky edge rusher Josh Allen going to No. 2 to the San Francisco 49ers.McShay’s last mock draft was two months ago, and at that point he had Michigan defensive end Rashan Gary linked to the 49ers. It was a surprising development, but since then we’ve seen a couple more mocks project Gary to the 49ers. In his latest mock, McShay dropped him one spot, going No. 3 to the New York Jets. Here’s what McShay had to say about the Cardinals and 49ers picks.Cardinals, Bosa: With Kliff Kingsbury and Vance Joseph looking to bring back the 3-4 defensive scheme to the desert, look no further than the Chargers’ use of Joey Bosa for a glance at how his younger brother would fit with the Cardinals. Expect Nick to play defensive end but also get some snaps standing up on the edge. Either way, Bosa will collect offensive tackles using his length, speed and power. He could get double-digit sacks as a rookie.49ers, Allen: The Niners really want an edge rusher after only DeForest Buckner cracked six sacks for them in 2018 (Buckner had 12). Allen blew up offensive linemen all season en route to 17 sacks and 21.5 tackles for loss (TFL) for the Wildcats. With his big 6-foot-5, 260-pound frame, Allen could line up as a defensive end in the 49ers’ 4-3 scheme if he tacks on some more weight.The most notable pick after the 49ers is probably Dwayne Haskins to the New York Giants atNo. 6. He mentioned that the pick makes sense there as long as another QB-hungry team doesn’t leap-frog them. His only other quarterback pick was the Miami Dolphins taking Kyler Murray at No. 13. Some think Murray could go in the first round, others think he might be lucky to go late in the first. Other than that, it’s a toss-up for the most important position on the field, and that will be something to track for 49ers fans. Only for 2019, we’ll see how chaotic this gets"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 49ers Salary CapLevi’s Stadium Events49ers Transactions49ers Injury News49ers Press Conferences & Conference CallsNFL NewsOPI, DPIcalls and non-calls are now reviewableNew,96commentsOnly for 2019, we’ll see how chaotic this getsPDTShareTweetShareShareOPI Richard Sherman Jersey , DPIcalls and non-calls are now reviewableThe league has taken steps to try and be accurate on the calls that decide games, and they may have just opened up a new can of worms in the process. On Tuesday evening, NFL owners voted to approve a rule proposal allowing offensive and defensive pass interference, both calls and non-calls, to be reviewed.In the first 28 minutes of each half (up until the two-minute warning), these calls are subject to coach’s challenges, just as fumbles and completed passes are. In the final two minutes these, like all other referee reviews, go to the booth. The coaches will still have the same two challenges they’ve had in previous seasons. This ruling will only be for the 2019 season as a trial of sorts. You see this with other rule changes like when the extra point went to the 15 yard-line in 2015 and the two unsportsmanlike conduct penalties as criteria for disqualification in 2016. After 2019, they’ll attempt to vote it in proper. The rule changes come after the blatant pass interference no-call in the NFC Championship Game that may have cost the New Orleans Saints a trip to the Super Bowl. While this is now subject for review, this now opens up a whole new problem. Personal fouls like late hits, roughing the quarterback, etc. are still not subject for review. While a PI can be erased, subjective calls like the aforementioned roughing the quarterback can still change the tide of games, if allowed.This very same error was what cost the 49ers years ago in a game against the Saints that may have decided home-field advantage in that year’s NFC Championship game. It will be interesting when these types of calls come up that cannot be reviewed, yet PI always can. With luck, the DPI calls will be the first thing to be placed under review and hopefully in 2020 things get expanded to personal fouls. Or, you know, the NFL does what’s worked in the AAF and gets a sky judge.