2014 NFL Mock Draft: Week 15

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Apr 25, 2013; New York, NY, USA; A general view of the stage before the 2013 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

It’s that time of week again, where we take a look at the current 2014 NFL Draft order for the latest weekly installment of our NFL Mock Draft. Currently, Houston holds the No. 1 pick, but we still have plenty of football left to play.

The St. Louis Rams, who hold the Washington Redskins first-round pick, and Atlanta Falcons, remain in the mix for the top pick, so things are going to heat up over the final three weeks of the regular season.

In this week’s mock, there are no trades and only players who are seniors, underclassmen who have declared or the underclassmen that are expected to declare. That leaves out a top quarterback prospect like UCLA’s Brett Hundle. But enough of the rambling, let’s get started.

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

Here is the latest 2014 NFL Mock Draft:

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  • Thomas Eric

    Still disagree with ur pick for the he bills yes Mack would be a great addition we need a cornerback now and safety either by free agency or the draft

  • JJmann

    ATL and Washington both 3-10 play each other week 15, there is no way they that both teams keep the 2nd and 3rd overall pick in that order. The Vikings are 3-9-1 so they would take the 3rd if they lose again this week.

  • JJmann

    The Vikings are going to take Clowney if they have the chance. Jared Allen is a free agent this offseason so replacing him is a top priority

    • Rob

      No chance they take a DE in the 1st. They have Everson Griffen sitting on the bench. Griffen has had 8+ sacks in each of the past 2 seasons playing in a very part time relief role. As soon as Allen goes, Griffen will move to a starting spot.

  • Ben Peterson

    If Richardson is there, I don’t see any way the Seahawks pass on him. He’s got absolutely incredible upside, is a dominant run blocker, and the Seahawks have needs on the offensive line, which has, at times, been actually offensive.

  • Justin Weishaar

    I would say the vikings take johnny football.

    • gary r

      Problem is that all nfl team are scared of his height, He might not go until the 2nd round. Either way the vikes will take someone else

      • RealRileyFreeman

        Look at Russell Wilson

        • gary r

          Of the top 65 qb’s in the nfl he is the only one under 6ft.Also I’m not saying Manziel isn’t good he is it’s just that the nfl is leary of qb’s under 6 foot. And I’m talkng about 1st round picks, Wilson was a 3rd round pick. I could see the Vikings trading down and taking him what do you think

          • Scott

            Yeah, can we please not use the success of ONE QB, in particular one like Wilson when someone merely mentions that others are going to be “leary,” or drafting a shorter QB. That’s all that was said, teams might be scared to take him THAT EARLY. But…if you want to use Wilson, after a great Sr. Year, what round did he go in?

        • Rob

          Look at Kellen Moore.

          • RealRileyFreeman

            Kellen Moore is nowhere near the talent of Manziel and you even saying his name is disrespectful to Johnny Football..

  • Chris Infante

    Yes the Eagles CBs have been playing better, but if Clinton-Dix is not available, I cannot see Chip passing on his former CB. Can never have too many solid CB, especially with how pass happy the league has become.

  • connectedguy

    Houston should trade down, Bridgewater will be available at 7-8

    • gary r

      no way he will make it past the 3rd pick

  • gary r

    The viking could trade up or down to get a couple 1st round picks

  • Gary Stewart

    the rams keep reaping the benefits of the RGIII trade and we may wind up with the same pick a number 2 as we traded for after already having gotten the 6th overall pick an extra 1st last year an extra 2nd last year and that was parlayed to an extra couple picks now we may get a top 3 pick in addition to our own which may wind up in the top 10 trade downs could yield as many as 6 top 50 picks in this and next years drafts.

  • Monsoon

    Are you nuts we need “the Vikings” need a QB again, then we desperately need a very good CB to complement Rhodes. Chris Cook needs to sit on the bench, or at the very least be a ho hum back up. After we clean house with our coordinators. There is a serious dysfunction with coaching, and talent at critical positions. I think we need Johnny Manziel. Or trade down and get a QB, (ex. David Fales) CB (Ifo would be nice), ILB (who knows at that point) ……btw I believe all of the top 5+ QB’s stats kill Ponder’s college stats

  • Seth Silvani

    kelvin benjamin isn’t eligible for the draft. he’s a true sophomore this year.

    • joshsanchez

      he is a redshirt sophomore

  • Chip Henderson

    While Easley may be a good player, I can’t see him being taken in the 1st round after not playing for half of the season. Teams don’t bet on injured players