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2014 NFL Mock Draft – Vol. 10 – Shake up at the Top

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Riggo’s Rag - 2014 NFL mock draft – Vol. 10 - Will the Texans take Teddy Bridgewater with the number one pick?  Find out here in this two round Mock Draft that starts with the second round.

2014 NFL MOck Draft

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  • Steve Batchelor

    Here are the ones I would change:

    3.Clowney…Any QB in this draft isn’t going to change the Jags fortunes overnight but Clowney will. Last in sacks 2 years running and they need difference makers everywhere and I say wait a year for their franchise QB because they won’t ever have a chance at another Clowney.

    7. Watkins…Lovie fixes the D in FA and the offense in the draft. If they get Seferian-Jenkins in the 2nd like you picked then that will go a long way to giving Glennon or whomever is the QB reliable options. I believe Watkins happens for 2 reasons…Very thin at WR and Tedford wants in space talent and he’ll never find anyone better than Watkins.

    11. Titans go D..Either Gilbert or one of the S’s.

    14 Jernigan…Better fit for Chicago.

    21. Pryor…First mock I’ve seen Mosley lasting this far and while he would fit I just believe the Pack have to fix the backend.

    29. Amaro…Who knows what Gronk is going to do next year…Brady isn’t getting any younger and if Gronk does come back 100%, Brady can go back to what works best…2 stud TE’s.

    32. Xavier Su’a-Filo….I don’t see Amaro lasting past New England and Seattle’s interior OL needs work badly.

    Your mock is quite different which makes it an interesting read of course after FA and the combine all mocks are going to change drastically.

    • http://fanonfiresportswire.com/ Maurice Barksdale

      Steve, I think Clowney is still in play for all of the top teams. Especially if he has a great performance and blows people away at the combine. If he proves to be the freakish type of athlete that he’s thought to be, he may still end up being the number one pick.

      I see your point about Tampa Bay, and I agree that Watkins is an option there. Jernigan has something to prove I think, after he ran out of gas late in the national championship, but he’s will be in play for the Bears, as will Aaron Donald.

      Mosley probably will go higher, especially one of the teams taking a receiver. Since receiver is much deeper than inside linebacker in this draft, you can always get a good receiver later. And yes, the Amaro is a possibility for the Patriots.