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    • michael89156

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      2014 NFL Mock Draft Update: The Pick Your Team Will Not Make By Sayre Bedinger - Apr 20th, 2014 at 9:45 pm not_zpsfbd04f76.jpgSeptember 22, 2012; Columbia, SC Missouri Tigers quarterback James Franklin (1) is pressured by South Carolina Gamecocks defensive end Jadeveon Clowney (7) in the second half at Williams-Brice Stadium. Jeff Blake-USA TODAY SportsIn light of some recent comments I’ve received in my mock drafts, I’ve decided to do a mock draft–with no trades because every trade is unrealistic–making selections for your team that they simply will NOT be making. Let me preface this by saying–there is absolutely NO way your team will pick these players. None of these picks makes sense, and you don’t have to worry about me making this mock draft because it’s almost surely going to be incorrect. Let the games begin. **All explanations are as sarcastic as can be. 1. Houston Texans: Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina The Texans won’t be taking Clowney with the number one overall pick because he’s too lazy, and is so entitled he thinks he should be the number one pick. Plus, his athleticism and upside doesn’t mask the fact that he wasn’t able to shed enough triple teams in 2013. 2. St. Louis Rams (f/WAS):  Khalil Mack, LB, Buffalo The Rams already have Chris Long and Robert Quinn already, so why would they take Khalil Mack? He is of no use to a defense that already gets ‘enough’ pressure on opposing QBs. Despite being the most talented senior defender in the draft, the Rams should forget about the fact that they play in one of the best divisions in football where pass rush is king. 3. Jacksonville Jaguars: Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville The Jaguars have Chad Henne already, so they’ll likely turn to another position with this pick. Bridgewater doesn’t make any sense for the Jaguars because they can simply wait until their second round pick in hopes that Jimmy G. will be there. 4. Cleveland Browns: Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State All the talk of the Browns liking Derek Carr is probably just a smokescreen. They will probably look elsewhere with this pick. 5. Oakland Raiders: Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson The Raiders don’t need any playmakers offensively. Watkins is probably not enough of an upgrade over what they have to make this selection realistic. 6. Atlanta Falcons: Greg Robinson, OT, Auburn The Falcons are already good enough in their protection of Matt Ryan, so taking the top tackle in the draft isn’t a realistic option. 7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M The Bucs signed Josh McCown, so taking the exciting former Heisman winner isn’t a legitimate possibility. Manziel may be talented but he’s a headache off the field and not worth it. 8. Minnesota Vikings: Blake Bortles, QB, Central Florida The Vikings are not in the market for a QB this early so landing Bortles isn’t a possibility. I thought they might be a team that could trade up to get Bortles, perhaps into the top five, but I think he’ll probably be a last resort if indeed they’re able to get him. 9. Buffalo Bills: Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M Cashing in on the fall of Matthews isn’t something the Bills would consider doing. He’s simply not an exciting enough pick and protecting last year’s first rounder is not of paramount importance. 10. Detroit Lions: Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M Mike Evans and Calvin Johnson simply could never co-exist. There is such a thing as too much size at the WR position and not enough balls to go around. Plus, this is the kind of pick Matthew Stafford would be upset with.For the complete 1st round...http://nflmocks.com/2014/04/15/2014-nfl-mock-draft-update-pick-team-will-make/

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    • Anonymous

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      Jeez, just ready to get this over with..

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    • stonecoldbucsfan

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      lol these writers really are running out of ideas.

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    • Anonymous

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      The funny thing, every year, is that EVERYONE, has their authoritative opinion and the logic behind their projections and when, out of the blue, someone else is picked, everyone goes in the tank as to how stupid the pick was and will ride that horse forever bitching about the picks. NO ONE has any legitimate idea of how it’s going to go, NO ONE, including L&L.

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    • Anonymous

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      Worst writer everDrafting QB isnt a legit possibility for TB and Jax because of Henne and McCown? Falcons are already good enough in pass protection? Raiders dont need any playmakers offensively? Rams coulsnt use a star LBer and the reasoning is because they already have 2 stars on the DL? Theres such a thing as too much size at WR, and theres no use for 2 great WRs in one system in todays spread offenses? Minnys not in the market for QB? Protecting EJ Manuel is "not of paramount importance"?Wow

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    • Anonymous

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      The funny thing, every year, is that EVERYONE, has their authoritative opinion and the logic behind their projections and when, out of the blue, someone else is picked, everyone goes in the tank as to how stupid the pick was and will ride that horse forever **CENSORED**ing about the picks. NO ONE has any legitimate idea of how it's going to go, NO ONE, including L&L.

      And it seems this year more than any in recent memory.

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    • Anonymous

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      Holy Crap this is a bad piece of writing.Just goes to show that too much time between the combine and the draft elicits just that more stupid.

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    • Anonymous

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      The funny thing, every year, is that EVERYONE, has their authoritative opinion and the logic behind their projections and when, out of the blue, someone else is picked, everyone goes in the tank as to how stupid the pick was and will ride that horse forever **CENSORED**ing about the picks. NO ONE has any legitimate idea of how it's going to go, NO ONE, including L&L.

      ...and how suprised you will all be again when we select OBJ ....just remember who called it .  8)

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    • dalbuc

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      the player I want, wont get picked….lol

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    • Anonymous

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      Worst writer everDrafting QB isnt a legit possibility for TB and Jax because of Henne and McCown? Falcons are already good enough in pass protection? Raiders dont need any playmakers offensively? Rams coulsnt use a star LBer and the reasoning is because they already have 2 stars on the DL? Theres such a thing as too much size at WR, and theres no use for 2 great WRs in one system in todays spread offenses? Minnys not in the market for QB? Protecting EJ Manuel is "not of paramount importance"?Wow

      Do you not get the joke or are you trying to continue it? Because I ain't laughin.

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    • Anonymous

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      Imo, we are in good position to take a qb in this draft, and even a qb as famed as manziel.The simple reasons being that mccown and glennon can essentially be backup plans while he sits, or doesn't. And the fame aspect would be nice, since the biggest names to grace buc halls within the past several years was mccoy and revis.And one thing you know you're not getting with manziel, the pressure issue. It doesn't seem like a big deal to some, but not everyone can handle being in the spotlight.

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