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  1. Houston Texans - 2-14 (.559)
    QB Blake Bortles (UCF)

Bortles is a big passer with good mobility and a strong arm. He fits an immediate need.

  1. St. Louis Rams (via Washington Redskins) - 3-13 (.516)
    DE Jadeveon Clowney (South Carolina)

The Rams are in a good spot here. They can trade down or stay here. Either way they win.

  1. Jacksonville Jaguars - 4-12 (.504)
    QB Teddy Bridgewater (Louisville)

Bridgewater is a heck of a QB.

  1. Cleveland Browns - 4-12 (.516)

WR Sammy Watkins (Clemson)

An elite WR to pair with Josh Gordon? Yes please.
  1. Oakland Raiders - 4-12 (.523)

OT Greg Robinson (Auburn)

Robinson is a great player who is versatile. Fwiw, I think the Raiders trade back.

  • Atlanta Falcons - 4-12 (.553)

LB Khalil Mack (Buffalo)

Mack fills two needs as he can rush and play OLB.

  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 4-12 (.574)

OT Jake Matthews (Texas a&m)

The Bucs need a RT and Matthews has great potential on the left as well.
  1. Minnesota Vikings - 5-10-1 (.512)
    QB Johnny Manziel (Texas a&m)

The Vikings need a QB. This should be fun to watch.

  1. Buffalo Bills - 6-10 (.520)
    S Hasean Clinton-Dix (Bama)

Clinton-Dix gives the Bills the ideal replacement for Jairus Byrd.
  1. Detroit Lions - 7-9 (.457)
    CB Justin Gilbert (Oklahoma St.)

Gilbert is a great athlete and cover man. The Lions continue to build up their secondary.
  1. Tennessee Titans - 7-9 (.504)

OLB Anthony Barr (UCLA)

Barr gives the Titans another pass rusher for their new 3-4 scheme.
  1. New York Giants - 7-9 (.520)
    DT Aaron Donald (Pitt)

The Giants need to rebuild their pass rush. Donald is a great pocket pusher.
  1. St. Louis Rams - 7-9 (.551)
    WR Mike Evans (Texas a&m)

They have a lot of young talent at WR, but none like Evans.

Chicago Bears - 8-8 (.465)

S Calvin Pryor (Louisville)

Pryor is a really good one who can hit.

  1. Pittsburgh Steelers - 8-8 (.469)
    CB Darqueze Dennard (Michigan St.)

Dennard is a great CB and closes down his side of the field. He will fit in great in Pitt. They need an infusion of youth at Corner.

  1. Dallas Cowboys - 8-8 (.484)

  1. DT Timmy Jernigan (FSU)

The need at DT is still very real.

  1. Baltimore Ravens - 8-8 (.484)
    ILB CJ Mosley (Bama)

Mosley gives the Ravens a great ILB. He is a building block for the Ravens.

  1. New York Jets - 8-8 (.488)
    WR Odell Beckham JR. (LSU)

Beckham is a talented player with nice separation skills.

  1. Miami Dolphins - 8-8 (.523)
    OT Taylor Lewan (Michigan)

Lewan is a really good prospect. Will fit in at RT.

20. Arizona Cardinals - 10-5 (.529)

OLB Ryan Shazier (Ohio St.)

The Cards need a young, exciting OLB. Their Defense has the potential to be great if they can find one.

  1. Green Bay Packers - 8-7-1 (.553)

  1. TE Eric Ebron (UNC)

Very athletic player who will replace Finley.

  1. Philadelphia Eagles - 10-6 (.453)
    DT Lewis Nix (Notre Dame)

The Eagles need to get a better NT. Nix is a good one as long as his knee checks out.

23. Kansas City Chiefs - 11-5 (.445)

WR Brandin Cooks (Oregon St.)

The team has not given Alex Smith much to work with other than Dwayne Bowe. Bowe is already 29. Andy Reid has shown he doesn’t mind small, fast WR’s (Desean Jackson).

24. Cincinnati Bengals - 11-5 (.480)

CB Kyle Fuller (VT)

The Bengals need CB help immediately. The current players are all to the age where they need to be replaced.

25. San Diego Chargers - 9-7 (.496)

CB Jason Verrett (TCU)

Perhaps no team is more desperate for CB’s than the Chargers.

26. Cleveland Browns (via Indianapolis Colts) - 11-5 (.484)

QB Derek Carr (Fresno St.)

The Browns get their QB.

27. New Orleans Saints - 11-5 (.516)

DE Dee Ford (Auburn)

Ford is a great pass rusher and would upgrade NO pass rush in a big way.

28. Carolina Panthers - 12-4 (.494)

OT Zach Martin (Notre Dame)

The Panthers desperately need some OL. Martin is a great one who slipped here.

29. New England Patriots - 12-4 (.473)

TE Jace Amaro (Texas Tech)

Amaro replaces Hernandez.

30. San Francisco 49ers - 12-4 (.494)

WR Marquise Lee (USC)

The 49ers get a great grab in Lee. Lee had a SR. slump but has looked like a top 15 pick in the past.

31. Denver Broncos - 13-3 (.469)

CB Bradley Roby (Ohio St.)

Roby is the last of the 1st round CB’s. He gives the Broncos a speedy option.

32. Seattle Seahawks - 13-3 (.490)

OG Xavier Su’a Filo (UCLA)

He gives the ‘Hawks a great OG. They need an upgrade at the spot.

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1. Houston Texans

Bortles, Blake QB 6'5" 232 Central Florida

With Schaub gone this becomes a no brainer most NFL ready QB in the draft with big upside.

2. St. Louis Rams

Watkins, Sammy WR 6'1" 211

Clemson

Not what most expect but probably the biggest need they have a legit number 1 WR for Bradford

3. Jacksonville Jaguars

Robinson, Greg OT 6'5" 332 Auburn

How can you pass on this when you can still get a good QB prospect in the 2nd?

4. Cleveland Browns

Carr, Derek QB 6'2" 214 Fresno St.

Johnny who? 2nd most NFL ready QB in the draft with feet and brains and upside. Get hm a big target with your 2nd first round pick and several other early picks to improve the rest.

5. Oakland Raiders

Evans, Mike WR 6'5" 231 Texas A&M

You believe you have a couple of offensive lineman ready to step up will get your new starting QB a big reliable target.

6. Atlanta Falcons

Donald, Aaron DT 6'1" 285 Pittsburgh

Meet the first defensive player taken in the 2014 NFL draft. He produces and plays on the right side of the LoS for a defender. He can go outside and inside and is in fact what atlanta is missing we have guys that can play LBer and get pressure in a 3-4 type alignment we do not have a DE that can do it and he can move to his natural position on the inside in 4-3 fronts. There is only one thing that he has not produced and that is the 15 pounds to make him the perfect DT prospect.

Yard work to do will post the rest later.

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7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Matthews, Jake OT 6'5" 308 Texas A&M

8. Minnesota Vikings

Clowney, Jadeveon DE 6'5" 266 South Carolina

9. Buffalo Bills

Mack, Khalil OLB 6'3" 251 Buffalo

10. Detroit Lions

Gilbert, Justin CB 6'0" 202 Oklahoma St.

11. Tennessee Titans

Mosley, C.J. ILB 6'2" 234 Alabama

12. New York Giants

Hageman, Ra'Shede DT 6'6" 310 Minnesota

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No way CLowney makes it to 8.

Mack drops to 9.

Hageman goes top 15.

Yeah there is they do not put points on the board and most pressing needs of the teams picking early are offense and being able to score. Players rise and fall and there is really good talent on the offensive side of the ball early. Clowney is a underclassman that believes his own hype and who has admitted to being lax as well as his coaches mentioning it. Everything about Clowney says overrated. Mack is a OLB for crying out loud how many times have one of those went top 5 in the last 20 years? Not to mention I am leery of a small school prospect that bows out of the senior bowl knowing he could have helped his draft status and answered question had he played. So yeah I think Mack and Clowney despite so many building the hype will fall for good reasons to anyone observing objectively and truly following the trends.

Yeah Hageman goes 12 very talented DT that is a still learning the position and will land in just the right spot for him to be brought along by some sound coaching and discipline. He will reach his potential and live up to his draft position there.

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13. St. Louis Rams

Clinton-Dix, Ha Ha FS 6'1" 208 Alabama

14. Chicago Bears

Dennard, Darqueze CB 5'11" 199 Michigan St.

15. Pittsburgh Steelers

Benjamin, Kelvin WR 6'5" 240 Florida St.

16. Dallas Cowboys

Pryor, Calvin FS 5'11" 207 Louisville

17.Baltimore Ravens

Barr, Anthony OLB 6'5" 255 UCLA

18. New York Jets

Lee, Marqise WR 6'0" 192 USC

19. Miami Dolphins

Hyde, Carlos RB 6'0" 230 Ohio St.

20. Arizona Cardinals

Bridgewater, Teddy QB 6'2" 214 Louisville

21. Green Bay Packers

Ebron, Eric TE 6'4" 250 North Carolina

22. Philadelphia Eagles

Nix, Louis NT 6'2" 331 Notre Dame

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Yeah there is they do not put points on the board and most pressing needs of the teams picking early are offense and being able to score. Players rise and fall and there is really good talent on the offensive side of the ball early. Clowney is a underclassman that believes his own hype and who has admitted to being lax as well as his coaches mentioning it. Everything about Clowney says overrated. Mack is a OLB for crying out loud how many times have one of those went top 5 in the last 20 years? Not to mention I am leery of a small school prospect that bows out of the senior bowl knowing he could have helped his draft status and answered question had he played. So yeah I think Mack and Clowney despite so many building the hype will fall for good reasons to anyone observing objectively and truly following the trends.

Yeah Hageman goes 12 very talented DT that is a still learning the position and will land in just the right spot for him to be brought along by some sound coaching and discipline. He will reach his potential and live up to his draft position there.

Literally everything you've just posted is completely false.

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Literally everything you've just posted is completely false.

You should read up on Clowney it is all there.

Not every team gets into a position where they can draft what they need. Sometimes they have to take BPA However I think he fits in very well to what the Bears like to do defensively and will make them better.

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You should read up on Clowney it is all there.

Not every team gets into a position where they can draft what they need. Sometimes they have to take BPA However I think he fits in very well to what the Bears like to do defensively and will make them better.

No it isn't. I've watched Clowney for three years. You're mindlessly repeating the same thing SOME media people are saying. Be honest, how many games have you watched?

True but the Bears have already spent a ton of money on that D.line. Teams also don't normally draft players that won't at least compete to start in the 1st.

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No it isn't. I've watched Clowney for three years. You're mindlessly repeating the same thing SOME media people are saying. Be honest, how many games have you watched?

True but the Bears have already spent a ton of money on that D.line. Teams also don't normally draft players that won't at least compete to start in the 1st.

I am a SEC fan from way back I am well aware of Clowney. We will just have to agree to disagree on Clowney he may go earlier but I do not think he will ever live up to the draft position or his potential. Seen or heard nothing from him to make me think any thing else.

You are right I did not realize they had signed Jarred Alen. There pick will be CB then and they pretty much have to pick one. Pick updated.

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Well now it would seem that Mr. Football has improved his stock greatly especially with Rice saying he is a lot like Steve Young he may actually be the 2nd QB taken in the draft. It would seem to me that after this draft the Browns and 49ers stand to be scary teams considering the depth of the draft and the number of picks they have.

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