2014 NFL Mock Draft: Week 14, version 2.0

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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

On Tuesday, we released our latest 2014 NFL Mock Draft, as we prepare for Week 14 of the regular season. In the previous mock, we had Oregon Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota being selected in the top five of the draft, but on Tuesday afternoon he announced that he would be returning to Oregon for his redshirt junior season.

Now that we know Mariota will be returning to school, it’s time to re-evaluate how the first-round could play out.

Let’s have a look at how the 2014 NFL Draft could play out.

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  • Thomas Eric

    Wat about UFC quarter back mcshay has him second behind teddy

    • joshsanchez

      I love Blake Bortles, but it is almost certain he will return to school. If he does declare, I have him as the No. 3 QB behind Bridgewater and Carr.

      • Thomas Eric

        Also I’m a bills fan I think ur pick of Mack makes some since but if u really think about the bills needs it has to be at wr or tight end since there is no te worth the 9th pick I would think receiver is best option Stevie is well Stevie I think we have seen the most from him bills need to get impact receivers to round out the young explosive weapons they have yes Goodwin and woods have been good and have a place in the future but adding a game changing receiver could have a huge impact on the bills offensive going forward

      • Thomas Eric

        Also what about northern Illinois I think that’s the guy?

  • DHoward91

    Don’t think the Texans will take a LB or OL?

    • joshsanchez

      not enough value No. 1

  • Jared Myers

    Totally agree with the Raiders selection. First choice for Oakland would/should be Clowney, but Nix is the next best option.

  • Justin Schultz

    I think the Texans will either draft a QB with the #1 overall pick or trade down. If they sign Antonio Smith, there’s really no need for Clowney. Biggest concerns are QB and OL.