Jan 02, 2013; New Orleans, LA, USA; Louisville Cardinals quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (5) before the snap against the Florida Gators during the second half of the Sugar Bowl at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. defeated Florida 33-23. Mandatory Credit: Crystal LoGiudice-USA TODAY Sports

2014 NFL Mock Draft: Way-Too-Early Edition


The 2013 draft is complete, and it’s time to begin working on preparing for the 2014 draft. ok, not really, but I know that there are people out there who have already started looking ahead to see what players their team might draft in 2014. With that in mind, here’s my WAY-too early 2014 mock draft.

I took a wild guess on the draft order based on my estimation of roster talent. I doesn’t really matter what order I pick, no one will be happy except for the team picking 32nd. I did end up with 3 NFC West teams in the playoffs, so you can guess what division I expect to dominate this year.

There are a couple of interesting things that happened as I was putting this together. First, there was a run on QB early in the draft. This year was a bad year for QBs, but next year is shaping up to make up for it. The other thing was a major lack of offensive lineman. There were just so many taken this year that there will be a lot less teams with major O-line needs in my opinion. 

As for the Seahawks, picking 32nd means that a lot of the top talent was gone off the board. Knowing that the team will be searching for salary cap relief in order to get Sherman and Thomas re-signed, I went with DE Stephon Tuitt out of Notre Dame. Tuitt is a massive 5-tech DE who will be able to take Red Bryant’s spot on the line.

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1. Oakland Raiders
Teddy Bridgewater
QB, Louisville

2. New York Jets
Taylor Lewen
OT, Michigan

3. Jacksonville Jaguars
Tajh Boyd
QB, Clemson

4. Kansas City Chiefs
Aaron Murray
QB, Georgia

5. Buffalo Bills
Jadeveon Clowney
DE, South Carolina

6. Miami Dolphins
Jake Matthews
OT, Texas A&M

7. Philadelphia Eagles
A.J. McCarron
QB, Alabama

8. Cleveland Browns
Daniel McCullers
DT, Tennessee

9. Arizona Cardinals
David Fales
QB, San Jose State

10. San Diego Chargers
Jacob Pedersen
TE, Wisconsin

11. Tennessee Titans
Derek Carr
QB, Fresno State

12. Dallas Cowboys
Marqise Lee
WR, USC

13. Detroit Lions
Aaron Colvin
CB, Oklahoma

14. Minnesota Vikings
Calvin Barnett
DT, Oklahoma State

15. Indianapolis Colts
C.J. Mosley
OLB, Alabama

16. New Orleans Saints
Kyle Van Noy
OLB, BYU

17. Chicago Bears
Deandre Coleman
DT, Cal

18. Pittsburgh Steelers
Silas Redd
RB, USC

19. New York Giants
Trent Murphy
OLB, Stanford

20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Max Bullough
ILB, Michigan State

21. Washington Redskins
Darqueze Dennard
CB, Michigan State

22. Carolina Panthers
Jackson Jeffcoat
DE, Texas

23. Houston Texans
Brandon Coleman
WR, Rutgers

24. Atlanta Falcons
Morgan Breslin
DE, USC

25. San Francisco 49ers
Louis Nix
DT, Notre Dame

26. Baltimore Ravens
Anthony Johnson
DT, LSU

27. St. Louis Rams
Craig Loston
S, LSU

28. Cincinnati Bengals
Anthony Barr
OLB, UCLA

29. Green Bay Packers
Asa Watson
TE, North Carolina State

30. New England Patriots
Cyril Richardson
OG, Baylor

31. Denver Broncos
Jason Verrett
CB, TCU

32. Seattle Seahawks
Stephon Tuitt
DE/DT, Notre Dame

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  • http://Allcougdup.com/ All Coug’d Up

    Holy QB’s Batman

    • 12thMan_Rising

      thought about adding a 7th.

      • http://Allcougdup.com/ All Coug’d Up

        I really don’t think it’ll run with that many. More than a couple are bound to have a below expectation season.

        • 12thMan_Rising

          I agree, but that is how the rating look right now. There’s a bunch of QB needy teams who didn’t get one this year, and a crop of QBs who look very promising right now. I believe that having a lot of QBs is a theme you’ll see in mock drafts until October.

          • Dave

            Then why not give the Browns a QB instead a position they have no need for.

  • Jordan

    Redskins get a draft pick?

  • Deb Dudinsky