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Moose911`s first commented 2014 NFL Mock Draft is up. One draft day trade is always included.

I would love to get some comments on my Mock, also critical comments and what you honestly think about the picks. But pleeease, keep in mind that I am not a native USA born football fan, so be gentle and leave them with style and respect.

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1.   Houston Texans – Blake Bortles, QB

I got ripped from some Texans fans last year for taking a QB and see your results… NOW clearly a need for Houston so the no.1 pick will be the QB position AGAIN, like so many years before.

Despite reports of a not tooooo spectacular Pro-Day I still believe he is considered by the Texans. On the other hand Clowney comes more and more to my mind as the 1st overall pick of the 2014 NFL Draft.

Previous pick: Teddy Bridgewater, QB

2.   TRADE: Atlanta Falcons from St. Louis Rams (Trade Redskins 2012- RGIII) – Jadeveon Clowney, DE

GM Les Sneed came from ATL to the Rams. Knows all the Front Office people there well. I think they move it and already have a deal in place (no additional first rounders I guess), but after playing FA so slow they have to get extra picks.

Atlanta pick comes down to Clowney or Mack.

3.   Jacksonville Jaguars – Sammy Watkins, WR

For me this makes sense. Not much of an offense, your main WR is always suspended and your franchise Rushing leader is gone. Henne can play QB and to add a weapon like Watkins makes as much sense as a rookie QB.

4.   Cleveland Browns – Teddy Bridgewater, QB

Puh, the Browns are the Browns, so I never will figure out what they will do. Releasing your first round pick before drafting him is not possible so why not try another QB, this time even higher than in 2012.

Previous pick: Blake Bortles, QB

5.   Oakland Raiders – Mike Evans, WR

Same like no. 4 but some fancy moves (including the no-move for Saffold) in FA. Manziel, will not happen like predicted before FA Mock Draft. Schaub will start and throw to the other team a pick 6. Skill position is on my mind. See pick, but adding D. Jackson will change everything.

Previous pick: Johnny Manziel, QB

6.   St. Louis Rams – Greg Robinson, OT

Moved down and almost have to pick a OL with all those nasty D`s in the NFC Best. He or Matthews should make most sense. But with Fisher you never know. Look out for bad boy moves: Incocnito (knows and likes J. Long well) and the other Michigan guy, Taylor Lewan. Brrr, that would be even more 15yard penalties against the Rams in 2014.

7.   Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Jake Matthews, OT

I think this is needed, because I don`t see A. Collins as a RT ad Donald Penn was cut. DE should be set so will move on with my K. Mack pick.

Previous pick: Khalil Mack, DE

8.   Minnesota Vikings – Johnny Manziel, QB

At no. 8 the Vikings admit, that they paniced with C. Ponder some years ago and choose the pick the star QB from Texas A&M. This guy will be loved in Min.

Previous pick: Darqueze Dennard, CB

9.   Buffalo Bills – Khalil Mack, DE/OLB

The talented third OL missing in this Mock, or a steal of a DE how should long be gone or a huge/speedy WR for your 2nd year QB…

I like every pick, to be honest, but hunting Tom Brady would be fun and also you can get rid of M. Williams contract after one or two years.

Previous pick: Jake Matthews, OT

10.  Detroit Lions – Justin Gilbert, CB

After FA which means the Golden Tate signing, I don`t think the Lions take a WR. Secondary was a mess in 2013 and a talented CB just fits what they need.

Previous pick: Mike Evans, WR

11.  Tennessee Titans – Anthony Barr, DE/OLB (3-4)

He can learn from the newly acquired S. Phillips. Also a impact player who was also mocked a lot higher some weeks ago.

12.  New York Giants – Taylor Lewan, OT

A Michigan guy in NYC.  A nasty one, too and I love thinking off having him with C. Snee on the same OL together. Eli Manning, too.

13.  St. Louis Rams – HaHa Clinton-Dix, FS

Easy pick. Cleary a need for the Rams and the best safety in the 2014 NFL Draft class. Aaron Donald, DT could be a possibility but the FA from Buffalo is the reason why not.

14.  Chicago Bears – Aaron Donald, DT

I`ll stay with my DT pick, but after what I read or saw , I really like what Aaron Donald brings to the table. He also just fits what I want to see in a player playing for the Chicago Bears.

Previous pick: Timmy Jernigan, DT

15.  Pittsburgh Steelers – Darqueze Dennard, CB

Isn`t Ike Taylor 100 years old? I`ve always read about how he is beaten from other teams no.1 WR`s. Pls., just upgrade and make him a mentor and no.2 CB.

Previous pick: Justin Gilbert, CB

16.  Dallas Cowboys – Calvin Prior, SS

Also think about a DE here, Kony Ealy could be a good pickup. The play of the secondary could also need some help. I go with the Prior here, because you have to deal twice a year with RG3 and also some good WR`s and RB`s were a good all around Safety and huge hitter can help. Think about Mr. Horse-collar and how he impacted the Dallas D.


17.  Baltimore Ravens – Zack Martin, OT

I would have picked C. Prior but decided to move him to Dallas one spot ahead. I really like the resigning of E. Monroe but an upgrade on the other side makes sense, too.

Previous pick: Marqise Lee, WR

18.  New York Jets – Odell Beckham Jr., WR

Position of need for the Jets and you have to help your QB a bit. Fast WR who is able to stretch the field. Let`s see who`s the QB. E. Ebron could be nice pickup, too.

19.  Miami Dolphins – C.J Mosley, LB

Brandon Albert was a huge FA pickup. Shelly Smith… hmmm, saw all 16 Rams games and would not have signed him. I like the value pick more than a OT/OG and would select a young ILB without a huge FA contract from J. Ireland.

Previous pick: Zack Martin, OT

20.   Arizona Cardinals – Marqise Lee, WR

QB of the future? Naaaaah,  maybe in the 2nd round. I loved the game against the Seahawks in Seattle but still miss something on their way to 1st place. Fitz is not getting younger and a LT was signed. Good signing in my opinion by the way. I would take a young weapon for Carson.

Previous pick: C.J Mosley, LB

21.   Green Bay Packers – Eric Ebron, TE

Easy pick. I don`t need a comment if he falls to the Packers.

22.   Philadelphia Eagles – Brandin Cooks, WR

Ealy would be a nice pick but I am not sure the Eagles are satisfied with the resigned WR`s. And I still cannot believe they released their young star playmaking WR so… 4,33 speed pls. and a lot cheaper.

Previous pick: Kony Ealy, DE

23.   Kansas City Chiefs – Xavier Su’a-Filo, OG

The fast WR is gone at #22. The O-line was really hurt through FA, but two very good D linemen are still on the board… Not easy but I try to stay with the biggest need in my opinion.

Previous pick: Brandin Cooks, WR

24.   Cincinnati Bengals – Kony Ealy, DE

The Bengals built a reputation as a very good Defensive team and also as a premier pass rushing team. They will not pass on this guy if he is still on the board because they lost M. Johnson.

Previous pick: Derek Carr, QB

25.   San Diego Chargers – Ryan Shazier, OLB (3-4)

Too good to let him slip by and also clearly a position of need. Very fast, can also pass rush and  should fit into the 3-4.

Previous pick: Aaron Donald, DT

26.   Cleveland Browns (Trade Colts 2013 – T.Richardson) – Kelvin Benjamin, WR

The rookie QB was picked before, a star WR is in place, the franchise C was resigned and also a LT is in place. D is in good shape and I loved Walter Footballs pick of a NEW ownership. I don`t see the two FA WR`s as adequate enough to become a new legit no.2 WR.

Previous pick: Xavier Su’a-Filo, OG

27.   New Orleans Saints – Jarvis Landry, WR

The WR`s are not getting younger and you can`t throw to Graham all the time. Seattle showed how to take him away.

Previous pick: Ryan Shazier, OLB

28.   Carolina Panthers – Allen Robinson, WR

Most of the 1st round WR`s are gone, but a panic run could happen.

Previous pick: Kelvin Benjamin, WR

29.   New England Patriots – Louis Nix, NT

This would be a huge substitute and also successor for the big guy in the middle of the D. Even Vince W. cannot play forever and he can be a mentor for the young guy.

Previous pick: RaShede Hageman, DE (3-4)

30.   San Francisco 49ers – Kyle Fuller, CB

This is the weakest position for me on this strong roster.

Previous pick: Louis Nix, NT

31.   Denver Broncos – Jason Verrett, CB

I think if this works out you have to see FA and the 1st round as perfect as a Bronco fan.

32.   Seattle Seahawks – Timmy Jernigan, DT

Value pick and BPA. I could not find a spot for him but there is now way he will not be picked in the 1st round. Especially not from a team that loves lineman and its strong Superbowl winning Defense. After that they really should think WR in the 2nd and/or 3rd round.

Previous pick: Allen Robinson, WR

Comments (1)
1 Thursday, 17 April 2014 08:09
I dont like the texans pick. think it will be Clowney. Also Evans to oakland will not happen and kalil will not drop to bills. like the patriots pick and 49ers drafting a DB. Are you doing a second round?
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