David’s Mock Draft 2014

1. Houston – Jadeveon Clowney

Houston takes the top available talent with the hope that a quality QB will be available with their second pick.

2. St. Louis (from Washington) – Greg Robinson

St. Louis needs help up front especially with Jake Long coming back from injury.

3. Jacksonville – Khalil Mack

Gus Bradley needs a versatile player like Mack to anchor his defense.

4. Cleveland Browns – Sammy Watkins

Cleveland adds even more firepower to their receiving corps.

5. Oakland – Mike Evans

Oakland gets their no. 1 receiver to help bridge QB Schaub.

6. Atlanta – Jake Matthews

Atlanta upgrades their offensive line in hopes of a Matt Ryan resurgence.

7. Tampa Bay – Johnny Manziel

Manziel can develop for a year behind stop-gap option Josh McCown.

8. Minnesota – Blake Bortles

Norv Turner gets his style of QB.

9. Buffalo – Ha Ha Clinton-Dix

Buffalo gets their Jairus Byrd replacement.

10. Detroit – Justin Gilbert

Detroit adds talent to their defensive back squad.

11. Tennessee – Teddy Bridgewater

Jake Locker hasn’t shown that he is the answer at QB.

12. New York (Giants) – Taylor Lewan

New York needs to keep Eli Manning upright.

13. St Louis – Jimmie Ward

St. Louis has a need at the safety position and Ward is the next best available.

14. Chicago – Aaron Donald

Chicago’s defensive line is aging and needs a youth movement.

15. Pittsburgh – Kyle Fuller

Pittsburgh needs their Ike Taylor replacement.

16. Dallas – Dee Ford

Dallas looks to replace Demarcus Ware on the edge.

17. Baltimore – Zach Martin

Baltimore upgrades their offensive line here with a tackle that could also play guard.

18. New York (Jets) – Darqueze Dennard

Rex Ryan gets his press man CB.

19. Miami – Xavier Su’a-Filo

Miami needs to add to their offensive line for the sake of Tannehill.

20. Arizona – Derek Carr

Arizona gets their Carson Palmer successor.

21. Green Bay – Jace Amaro

Green Bay replaces Jermichael Finley here.

22. Philadelphia Eagles – Brandin Cooks

Philadelphia replaces DeSean Jackson’s speed on the outside.

23. Kansas City – Calvin Pryor

Kansas City has no viable safety to pair with Eric Berry.

24. Cincinnati – Bradley Roby

Aging CB group requires a young addition.

25. San Diego – Jason Verrett

San Diego upgrades their arguably league worst CB group.

26. Cleveland – Jimmy Garoppolo

Cleveland gets their QB of the future here.

27. New Orleans – Marcus Martin

New Orleans gets a versatile interior offensive lineman to likely play center.

28. Carolina Panthers – Morgan Moses

Carolina desperately needs to add to their league worst offensive line.

29. New England – Eric Ebron

New England looks to pair another talent with Gronkowski.

30. San Francisco – C.J. Mosley

San Francisco gets a great talent to add to their already talented LB group.

31. Denver – Ryan Shazier

Denver needs another LB to complement Trevathan and Miller.

32. Seattle – Ra’Shede Hageman

Seattle fills the void left by Red Bryant’s departure.

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