2014 NFL Mock Draft: First round projections after Wild Card Weekend

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MockDraft_InPostBanner After an entertaining Wild Card Weekend, we learned the first four teams eliminated from the NFL postseason, which allows us to set the draft order through pick No. 24. Over the course of the next few weeks, the entire draft order will be finalized and we will then be able to give a full and more accurate look at how the first round will play out. Until then, we will continue to work with what we have and sort through what we already know and attempt to take a look at what direction each team in the league could go with their first-round selection in the 2014 NFL Draft with our latest mock. Where is your team drafting and who could be on their radar? Here is the latest 2014 NFL Mock Draft:

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  • Captn

    There is no way the Jags pass on Clowny.

    • Thomas Eric

      Agreed he’s to good of a talent I would take him first overall

    • Anthony Bojic

      They need a QB more though…

  • Gary

    I don’t think Manziel is the answer for the Browns.
    But, they aren’t known for drafting the best players with their top picks.

  • Paul Newbold

    Jets go TE in my opinion, my preference Amaro but would grab Ebron just as well. The draft is deep at WR and all the Jets TE’s are free agent eligible.

  • http://sbpra.com/paulvsuffriti Paul V. Suffriti

    Pats have already invested two draft picks in 2013 (2nd),(4th) on WRs. They are in need of a top TE ( Gronk is no guarantee for a full season). The Pats offense is lacking without a good TE for Brady to target.

  • Eric Taylor

    There is no possible way the Niners draft 29th with the Panthers drafting 30th (as suggested by your mock draft). If the Niners lose this weekend and Carolina loses the following weekend (thus landing the Panthers the 30th pick), the Niners would land somewhere between 25th to 28th. The only way the Niners get the 29th pick is if they beat Carolina, lose the NFC title game, and have Denver be the loser of the AFC title game. In that scenario, the Panthers pick somewhere between 25th to 28th.
    Short version: the losers of the conference title games draft 29th and 30th. Carolina and San Francisco will not both lose their conference title games

  • Anthony Bojic

    Could see Carr going to Cleveland and Manziel going to Minny instead.

  • Gary Stewart

    fisher hasnt taken an o lineman in round 1 in any of his 18 years and yet suddenly he is going to select one with the 2nd overall pick just doesnt seem likely. its a need but not as glaring as others safety corner a #1 wr all are more likely especially with boudreau as the o line coach he works miracles and a guard in round 2-3 makes more sense

  • bailey

    Manziel would fit with the Vikings offense so well and so would winston

  • TH20

    There is no point in Minnesota taking Carr. If they pass on him, he falls to the 2nd round. At worst they can trade into the late 1st to grab him.