NFL Mock Draft 2014: Quarterbacks dominate Top 3

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Apr 26, 2012; New York, NY, USA; A general view as members of the military are honored during the 2012 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

As the NFL prepares for the final month of the season, it is time to begin looking ahead to next year’s draft. With bye weeks in the books and just five games left on the schedule for all 32 teams, the franchises have a good idea of the area they will be selecting in the 2014 NFL Draft.

There is still plenty of football to be played and movement that could take place around the league that will affect the draft order, but let’s take a look at how the 2014 NFL Draft could currently play out.

Where is your team drafting and who could be on their radar?

Here is the latest 2014 NFL Mock Draft:

NOTE: Teams with an asterisk (*) would be in the playoffs if the season ended today.

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Topics: 2014 NFL Draft, 2014 NFL Mock Draft, Arizona Cardinals, Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo Bills, Carolina Panthers, Chicago Bears, Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars, Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, New York Jets, Oakland Raiders, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers, San Diego Chargers, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tennessee Titans

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  • mccall316

    Don’t know if I can get excited for Louis Nix being a Raider. That spot of 9,10,11 is a no man’s land. I would love for them to grab Barr or Mack. If they are gone, might be more wise to trade down. I know they need help in many places but hopefully they land a great player no matter who they select.

    • joshsanchez

      For Oakland, I think this is their best Plan B. They need to get some help on the defensive side of the ball and it’s about time to address the defensive tackle position. Hopefully Nix could be that guy they need.

      • mccall316

        Completely agree that they need help on the d-line. O-line inside with guards would be nice too. Tackles are good for now. A lot of fans wanted Star instead of Hayden. I will hold out hope Hayden can be the guy but corners take a while. If Nix can be an instant impact, then I am a happy fan.

        • joshsanchez

          I think Hayden is definitely a future No. 1 corner, so if they grab Nix it is a move that will work out. As far as the interior line goes, there is still a chance that Cyril Richardson can rise up the boards higher and be there when Oakland is on the board.

          • mccall316

            I think so too on the Hayden issue. Fans are such pansies when it comes to a rookie. They must play well or he is a bust! Ugh, he will comeback and be ready to play next season. I swear we should start using fanatics instead of fans anymore. No patience what so ever.

  • Jesse Emelianenko

    I dig Bridgewater however I’m not sure the Jags don’t pull rank and snag Johnny Football for 2 reasons 1. he’s a really good QB and 2. he will put butt’s into seats, I do love the Mack pick for Buffalo at 8 ~ That’d be an amazing pick up. Good stuff, Mariota and all of these QB’s still have a lot to show.

    • joshsanchez

      Yeah, it is going to be really interesting to see which of the redshirt sophomores declare. They will really affect how the top of the draft plays out.

    • Adam B. Carlson

      I think Houston is the team that will snag Manziel. It’s marketing genius for them.

      • Mike Dyce

        That is what people said about Vince Young and Houston before the draft.

  • Ron Fulton

    They haven’t had much luck with cornerbacks. Look at Dre. They need a QB.

  • Edward

    I think Derek Carr falls to the 34th Pick, gets drafted by the Texans and watches his career be flushed down the drain just like his big brother’s because Houston refuses to address the O-Line.

    • joshsanchez

      He has been on the rise. I really think the Senior Bowl helps him out and there is a chance he ends up top ten. Wouldn’t shock me to see him rise up boards like Ryan Tannehill did

  • Jon Souba

    I wish mocks like this would take into account the remaining schedule when determining the order. Jacksonville and Houston still have to play each other, so one of the two will get to three wins. That being said, I like Derek Carr over Brett Hundley for the Vikings.

    • joshsanchez

      The entire point of a mock at this point of the season is to see how the draft could play out if it was TODAY. The remaining weeks will be taken into consideration once they pass and the updated mocks are passed along.

  • Rod Johnston

    I’m sorry, the Browns going ILB at 7 is CRAZY lol. I think the only thing they do w/that pick is offense. They spent a majority of their picks on Defense last draft and they need a new QB. The only other position i see them addressing that early is WR, but I’m pretty sure its QB w/the first pick

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