2014 NFL Mock Draft: Full Seven Rounds

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NFL Mock DraftThe NFL Draft is a month away, and mock after mock is being posted on the various sites of the Fansided network.

With the draft so close, fans are likely to start hearing more and more rumors about which teams are interested in which player. What players’ stock is falling? Who’s rising? Not since 2006 (Mario Williams, Reggie Bush and Vince Young) has there been so much uncertainty surrounding the top of the NFL draft.

Now, trying to accurately predict every pick in the draft is impossible. That’s why this isn’t necessarily a prediction of what I believe will happen, but is more of what I feel should happen based on player rankings, team needs and players available.

So here we go. Seven rounds. 256 picks. And the Houston Texans are on the clock. 

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  • Gioscianna

    I really can’t see Hageman falling to the 3rd round..

  • Phillip

    I don’t believe your 1st is too bad, I’d give Pitt Dennard though, swap Mack and Bortles, not sure if Minn is the place for Manziel and I really love pick 21, majority of mocks have Mosley coming to Green Bay, hope that’s 1 pick everybody gets right. And I really doubt Green Bay passes up Bucannon if he’s available at 53, and no way would he pass up a TE like Niklas for a WR, and I believe simply cause of the value of Hageman, if he was oddly somehow there GB would take him, he’s too good to let go that far, either way I highly doubt GB picks a WR that high, we could easily get a raw WR to develop like Jeff Janis later on, taking WR in the 2nd don’t help improve the team as a whole, we’re already gonna score 30+ even if we added nothing to the offense, n only thing we could add that could be an early season contributor is TE.

  • Gregg Z

    I have to assume that this is a best player available draft according to your board because the selections are not always based on team needs

    • Mike Straw Jr.

      It’s a mix of it all, actually. It’s obv. near impossible to pick all the picks, so it’s more of what I feel the teams, based on my personal rankings of the players among other factors, should do

  • Mike Edgett

    With Norv Turner as offensive coordinator ( a guy who favors pocket passers) and Mike Zimmer being a militaristic guy there is NO WAY the Vikings take Manziel over Bridgewater. As a Vikes fan, I couldn’t be more disappointed with the franchise is they made that move.

  • Otis

    Raiders will not take a QB in the first round. They need an impact player to win now and to save the GM’s job. Figure it out Michael!

    • Jeff

      It’s looking more and more like Oakland is targeting Manzel in round one.

      • Otis

        Not happening. You already have a running qb in Pryor.

        • Jose Ochoa

          Who’s being released or traded

          • Otis

            And they are not going to draft another one when they they are release one already.

      • Max Stuart

        Oakland is actually in love with Carr they will go for Watkins or Robinson at 5 and maybe trade back into the first or wait it out and hope that Carr is there.

  • Chad

    Love the Lewan pick, but I can’t see Dallas grabbing a Safety in the 2nd when Lawrence, Crichton, Easley, and Hageman are still available. I believe that Jerry & Co. aren’t ready to give up on Wilcox (especially being a 3rd rounder a year ago) or Johnson (get healthy or get lost year for him). With a good pass rush, our secondary may not be on Seattle’s level but they will be better than last year.

  • Jeff

    Horrible mock for the Broncos. Not a single OG or C taken.

  • Eddie Currie

    Bears’ Draft:
    1. C.J. Mosely: They won’t reach for a DT if Donald is unavailable, they’ll take the best defensive player available. Dennard and Ealy are also in play here. Ideally, they will trade back and have their choice of Mosely, Dennard, Ealy, Fuller, Verrett, or possibly Jerrnigan.
    2. Deone Bucannon: They like him which is why they won’t go safety in the 1st. Jimmie Ward, Stephon Tuitt, and Ra’shede Hageman are also definite possibilities if they fall. I see Emery trading up in this round to get the player he wants.
    3. Bashaud Breeland: With all the talent available at CB I really see them taking the best one available in this round, be it Pierre Desir or SJB. DT is another solid option.
    4. Caraun Reid: DT with upside. If Kelcy Quarles is available he would be the pick also, but I think he’s gone by this point. If the Bears have already addressed DT, then the best defensive player available will be the selection. Marcus Smith, Chris Smith, Antone Exum, Kareem Martin, etc. are all possibilities.
    While the first four rounds are almost certainly to be geared towards the defense, our last three selections can be almost anything.
    5. Tre Boston: Safety with upside; Max Bullough: MLB; Tom Savage: Emery and Trestman identify a QB they would like to work with.
    6. Ross Cockrell: CB; Dri Archer / Isaiah Crowell / Marion Grice: RB; Colt Lyerla: TE; if Brandon Thomas falls this far in the draft due to his recently torn ACL, the Bears should strongly consider taking him.

  • njnas

    I love the first 3 rounds for the Giants, Donald is huge for that DL, we’d be getting pressure from everywhere. I like ASJ, not sure if I’d take him over Amaro, Moncrief, and Matthews, but it’s a solid pick that fills a need. Hyde in the 3rd is a steal, a future tandem of him and Wilson is dirty. But then Kevin Pierre Louis over Kareem Martin? I know OLB is a bigger need than DE, but Martin has the length, athleticism, and versatility we like in DE’s and getting him in the fourth is a big huge win for us. And if we are set on taking an OLB i’d wait til the 5th and take Trevor Rielly. Donald, Martin, and Rielly are big additions to that defense and let us pressure the QB from anywhere. Mike Davis is good, but we don’t need another slot receiver, we already has Cruz and Jernigan, we need a guy on the outside opposite Randle La’Damien Washington isn’t a bad option in the 6th, 6’4 with 4.4 speed he can take the top off the defense while letting Cruz work underneath.

  • golfordie7

    Green Bay’s biggest need is at Safety. I don’t see them taking a #4 WR in Latimer in R2 and waiting until R5 to take a smallish Mich St SS. They will take one of Ward, Buchanon, Bailey, or Reynolds in R2-3 if they don’t get either Clayton-Dix or Pryor at #21 of R1.