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      2014 NFL Mock Draft: Post Senior Bowl Two Round Mock DraftBy Corey Brewer - Jan 27th, 2014 at 8:40 pmtwo_zpsa90b0142.jpgJan 1, 2014; Glendale, AZ,Central Florida Knights quarterback Blake Bortles runs into the end zone for a fourth quarter touchdown against the Baylor Bears during the Fiesta Bowl at University of Phoenix Stadium. Central Florida defeated Baylor 52-42. Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY SportsWith the college football all-star season wrapping up, there is no better time than now to put together a new NFL mock draft. Free agency, the scouting combine, and the draft are right around the corner, so let’s look forward to the direction your team is heading in this offseason. Round 1 1. Houston Texans – QB – Blake Bortles – UCF Blake Bortles is not the best quarterback in the draft, but he is the best fit to Coach Bill O’Brian’s mold. The big, strong armed Bortles is the perfect fit in Houston. 2. St. Louis Rams (Via WAS) – DE – Jadaveon Clowney – South Carolina Clowney has been pegged as the most disruptive defensive prospect to come along in a while. He would make the Rams’ defensive line the best in the game. 3. Jacksonville Jaguars – QB – Teddy Bridgewater – Louisville The most complete quarterback prospect falls right into the Jaguars’ lap. They finally get what they’ve been missing for so long, an answer. 4. Cleveland Browns – WR – Sammy Watkins – Clemson We all saw what Josh Gordon could do with no help on offense. Now imagine what these two can do together. The next best one-two punch in the NFL. 5. Oakland Raiders – QB – Johnny Manziel – Texas A&M Johnny Football will bring his incredible play making skills to the west coast. A great piece to help the rebuilding phase come together. 6. Atlanta Falcons – OT – Jake Matthews – Texas A&M The Falcons get a franchise bookend to keep Matt Ryan safe. Jake Matthews is a steal with the sixth pick. 7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – OLB – Khalil Mack – Buffalo Tampa Bay needs help rushing the quarterback. Khalil Mack is the best all around pass rusher in the draft. He can fit into any position in the linebacking corp, and is a pure defensive mismatch. Read Mack’s complete scouting report here. 8. Minnesota Vikings – QB – Derek Carr – Fresno State Derek Carr and his strong-arm will fit nicely in Norv Turner’s vertical offense. They finally have someone to take the pressure off Adrian Peterson. 9. Buffalo Bills – OLB – Anthony Barr – UCLA Adding Anthony Barr next to rookie sensation Kiko Alonso would be almost unfair. These two young linebackers will crush offenses for years to come. 10. Detroit Lions – ILB – CJ Mosley – Alabama The Lions have one of the most intimidating defensive lines in the game. Now it is time to start filling the rest of the defense. Mosley has been a solid as they come at the college level. He will be an instant leader at the next level. 11. Tennessee Titans – OT – Greg Robinson – Auburn Greg Robinson has been punching defenders all season, and he will continue to do so at the next level. He will help keep the quarterback upright, whoever it may be. 12. New York Giants – CB – Darqueze Dennard – Michigan State The Giants secondary has been thin for the past couple years. Dennard would bring great shutdown ability to an NFC East division that is filling itself with weapons. 13. St. Louis Rams – OT – Cyrus Kouandjio – Alabama The Rams focused on getting to the quarterback with their first pick, and now they focus on protecting their own. Kouandjio is very young with tremendous upside. 14. Chicago Bears – DT – Louis Nix – Notre Dame The Bears need to get younger on the defensive side of the ball. Nix could fall a bit because of his injury, but when he is 100%, he is a force. 15. Pittsburgh Steelers – OT – Taylor Lewan – Michigan A big reason as to why the Steelers got off to a horrendous start was because their offensive line is terrible. They will need to upgrade bigtime throughout the offseason. 16. Baltimore Ravens – WR – Mike Evans – Texas A&M Mike Evans would give the Ravens the big physical target that they were missing this season. He would come in and make everyone forget about Anquan Boldin. 17. Dallas Cowboys – S – Haha Clinton-Dix – Alabama Clinton-Dix is an athletic, versatile player. He is great at defending the pass and gets the job done when used in run support. He would instantly upgrade a Cowboys defense that came up short far too often last season. 18. New York Jets – TE – Eric Ebron – North Carolina The Jets were a nightmare to watch on offense. This was because they lacked any type of weapon for their rookie quarterback. Look for Ebron to step right in and change the culture of that offense. 19. Miami Dolphins – OT – Zack Martin – Notre Dame Martin is feeding off a very successful Senior Bowl performance. The Dolphins offensive line problems were embarrassing throughout the season and they will look to completely change that mindset through the draft. 20. Arizona Cardinals – TE – Jace Amaro – Texas Tech Jace Amaro is more of an offensive weapon than he is a tight end. He can play all over the offense and with be inside of the defense’s mind all day game long. Read Amaro’s complete scouting report here. 21. Green Bay Packers – CB – Justin Gilbert – Oklahoma State Gilbert may be the most talented man-to-man corner in the class. Gilbert is the big, physical player that the Green Bay Packers like to have in their secondary. 22. Philadelphia Eagles – DE/OLB – Dee Ford – Auburn Dee Ford is the dynamic defensive player that the Eagles have been missing. He can play both defensive end and outside linebacker. He was the Senior Bowl MVP after an incredible performance. 23. Kansas City Chiefs – WR – Kelvin Benjamin – Florida State Kelvin Benjamin is incredibly gifted. He has all the tools to be a top NFL wide receiver, but he tends to be a little streaky at times. He has the size and athleticism to be very successful. 24. Cincinnati Bengals – S – Calvin Pryor – Louisville The Bengals had one of the most talented defenses in the league this past year. Adding depth to their thin secondary would make them even more dominant. 25. San Diego Chargers – CB – Jason Verrett – TCU The Chargers offense returned to form in 2013 after adding some key ingredients. San Diego hopes to do the same thing to their defense this offseason. Their first task will be finding a dynamic cornerback. 26. Cleveland Browns (Via IND) – OG – David Yankey – Stanford The Browns had a weak link in their offensive line all last season, and that was the offensive guard position. Yankey is an extremely disciplined, smash mouth player who would be a large upgrade. 27. New Orleans Saints – OLB – Kyle Van Noy – BYU Kyle Van Noy would be the perfect addition to a defense that is in the middle of switching schemes. He a playmaker on defense and does a great job getting to the quarterback. 28. Carolina Panthers – Marqise Lee – USC Lee is a threat to take it to the house whenever he has the ball in his hands. The Panthers need to give Cam Newton an explosive weapon in order to get deeper into the playoffs. 29. New England Patriots – DT – Aaron Donald – Pittsburgh Aaron Donald is another beneficiary of a great Senior Bowl week. He showed great toughness and the ability to beat whoever was lined up across from him. Belichick and company would love to have him on their team. 30. San Francisco 49ers – DE – Kony Ealy – Missouri Ealy has a great mix of pass rushing and run stopping ability. The 49ers defense would only become more dominant with this addition. 31. Denver Broncos – DE/DT – Ra’shede Hageman – Minnesota Hageman’s ability to play all over the defensive line makes him a great fit for Denver. They can plug him into multiple positions in any situation. He has great athleticism for his size. 32. Seattle Seahawks – OG – Xavier Su’a Filo – UCLA Russell Wilson does not have enough time in the pocket. He spends far too much time scrambling and attempting to extend the play. The Seahawks need to make some additions to keep their franchise quarterback alive.two2_zps0d08b220.jpgDec 27, 2013; San Francisco, CA, Washington Huskies tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins (88) is defended by BYU Cougars linebacker Round 2 33. Houston Texans – DE/OLB – Scott Crichton – Oregon State 34. Washington Redskins – DT – Timmy Jernigan – Florida State 35. Cleveland Browns – QB – Brett Smith – Wyoming  36. Oakland Raiders – WR – Allen Robinson – Penn State 37. Atlanta Falcons – OLB – Ryan Shazier – Ohio State 38. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – TE – Austin Seferian-Jenkins – Washington 39. Jacksonville Jaguars – DE/OLB – Trent Murphy – Stanford 40. Minnesota Vikings – DE – Stephon Tuitt – Notre Dame 41. Buffalo Bills – CB – Bradley Roby – Ohio State 42. Tennessee Titans – QB – Zach Mettenberger – LSU 43. New York Giants – OT – Morgan Moses – Virginia 44. St. Louis Rams – S – Deone Bucannon – Washington State 45. Detroit Lions – CB – Marcus Roberson – Florida 46. Pittsburgh Steelers – WR – Odell Beckham Jr – LSU 47. Dallas Cowboys – CB – Kyle Fuller – Virginia Tech 48. Baltimore Ravens – C – Travis Swanson – Arkansas 49. New York Jets – WR – Brandin Cooks – Oregon State 50. Miami Dolphins – OG – Cyril Richardson – Baylor 51. Chicago Bears – S – Jimmie Ward – Northern Illinois 52. Arizona Cardinals – OT – Antonio Richardson – Tennessee 53. Green Bay Packers – S – Ed Reynolds – Stanford 54. Philadelphia Eagles – WR – Jarvis Landry – LSU 55. Cincinnati Bengals – CB – Louchiez Purifoy – Florida 56. San Francisco 49ers (Via KC) – WR – DeVante Adams – Fresno State 57. San Diego Chargers – OLB – Trevor Reilly – Utah 58. New Orleans Saints – OT – Jack Mewhort – Ohio State 59. Indianapolis Colts – OG – Gabe Jackson – Mississippi State 60. Carolina Panthers – WR – Jordan Matthews – Vanderbilt 61. San Francisco 49ers – DT – Will Sutton – Arizona State 62. New England Patriots – WR – Paul Richardson – Colorado 63. Denver Broncos – OT – Joel Bitonio – Nevada 64. Seattle Seahawks – DE – Jackson Jeffcoat – Texashttp://thepewterplank.com/2014/01/27/complete-two-round-nfl-mock-draft/

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      Nice. A one dimensional pass rusher and a one dimensional pass catcher.Crown please!

    • Anonymous

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      Nice. A one dimensional pass rusher and a one dimensional pass catcher.Crown please!

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      Double post.DOUBLE CROWN!

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      Mack.Garoppolo.;)

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      Double post.DOUBLE CROWN!

      It's as if there were two dimensions...

    • Anonymous

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      I’d rather Greg Robinson & Trent Murphy

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      Not sure how anyone sees ASJ as a one dimensional player.  Only reason he is possibly sliding are some off the field maturity concerns.  This is a good mock for us.

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      Not sure how anyone sees ASJ as a one dimensional player.  Only reason he is possibly sliding are some off the field maturity concerns.  This is a good mock for us.

      OR Mack....both are elite talents & areas of MAJOR need for this team.  I would be 100% happy if our draft began this way.This obviously all stems from everybody's resentment/hate for Glennon.

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      I’m not a fan of passing on Anthony Barr for Mack  in the 1st , and passing on Odell Beckam in the 2nd for Sefarian-Jenkins.At the same time I wouldn't be throwing a remote through the TV if this was our draft. Not bad.

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      Good draft, two guys I like and would love to see as bucs. However im developing a bit of an ebron crush and if we could do the trade back in the 1st and get him, all the while accumulating more picks to grab some of the talent that will be available in rounds 2-4 (really missing that 3rd this year), id be all aboard. Also seeing a lot of mocks putting donald in the late 20s, even some as far down as early second. If that is somehow the case on draft day I would love it if we could also find a way to trade up for him, that would solidify our interior dline for years to come. I know I know trading up would require giving up some of those precious mid rounders, but Donald is the exception that makes it worth it. Besides it only cost us a fourth 2 years ago to go up from early second to late first and draft dougie. Ebron and Donald as my 1a 1b is oficially my best case scenerio atm, barring of course a trade up for clowney or bridgewater falling to us. Im also assuming we sign one the veteran pass rushers in FA

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      I just don’t think we’ll need to take a pass rusher in round 1 after Free Agency

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      I just don't think we'll need to take a pass rusher in round 1 after Free Agency

      It takes a little time for them to develop, tho'...

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      Not sure how anyone sees ASJ as a one dimensional player.  Only reason he is possibly sliding are some off the field maturity concerns.  This is a good mock for us.

      I agree, before the season he was projected to be the top tight end in the draft by far, even top 10 worthy. I'd be very happy if we could get him in the second

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      Nice. A one dimensional pass rusher and a one dimensional pass catcher.Crown please![/qreally? everything I've read on these 2 are that they are both the most nfl ready and complete players at their respective positions. do a little research and you will see the same. READ A BOOK!!

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      I wouldn’t mind waiting til the 3rd for a more well rounded TE in Fiedorowicz. Not quite the playmaker that ASJ is, but has the length and athleticism to develop into a redzone hotspot and a seam splitter. Will do wonders for the edge running game.

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      I wouldn't mind waiting til the 3rd for a more well rounded TE in Fiedorowicz. Not quite the playmaker that ASJ is, but has the length and athleticism to develop into a redzone hotspot and a seam splitter. Will do wonders for the edge running game.

      We don't have a third.

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      ASJ had a DUI, but I think he has stayed out of trouble since that happened.  Pretty good prospect IMO

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      Nice. A one dimensional pass rusher and a one dimensional pass catcher.Crown please![/qreally? everything I've read on these 2 are that they are both the most nfl ready and complete players at their respective positions. do a little research and you will see the same. READ A BOOK!!

      I probably did a bit less reading than you did on these players. I probably have watched a bit more video than you have as well. Whilst you base your outlook on what other people write, I judge these players according to what I have seen on their videos. Mack is a 3-4 OLB. No question he would not fit what we do very well. This is where I think that a lot of people are just clueless. Lovie Smith will not draft a 3-4 OLB with the no.7 overall pick. I am confident of that.ASJ...where do I begin? Let me qualify this by saying that I have watched several entire games of all of the top 3 TE prospects. ASJ is going to be a big time threat at the next level catching the ball. His combination of size and athletic ability are very impressive. I predict that he will be very much Jimmy Graham like. But he is not a good in-line blocker. He gets pushed around like he has roller skates on while trying to block DL. Watch the games yourself, bro. ASJ is going to be a good player if he is in the right system. He is very capable of blocking LBs and DBs. So, as long as he goes to a team like NO who spreads the field and he is working from the slot he will be fine. If he were to go to a team that uses a standard NFL formation with the TE lining up on the end of the line, he will struggle as an in-line blocker. So there you go. My research is already done on these guys. I am not a big fan of either.

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      ASJ is the best blocker of the 3 big TE..

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      ASJ is the best blocker of the 3 big TE..

      No he isn't. He is good at blocking small college linebackers and db's. He sucks blocking any college DLinemen. How does that translate into the NFL?  Find me one clip of him pancaking anyone with a devastating block 1 on 1. You can't. I have identified a major weaknesses with ASJ which is he has very poor lower body strength. He mysteriously falls down after catching the ball sometimes. He is routinely tackled by small college LB'S and DB'S. Find me one clip of him breaking a tackle, or carrying people into the end zone like Amaro does. Ebron is the only complete TE in the draft and after the combine you all will be on his jock strap. He can anchor and block out DL. He is also very good at blocking the college LB and DB's. He is the most complete TE with speed I have ever seen. His ceiling is very high. He is a top 15 talent if you ask me. And the more I think about ASJ the less I like him. I don't need my TE to be so one dimensional. We already have a good one dimensional TE. I want the beast Ebron or wait for CJ or another guy later. Not really a fan of the 2nd and 3rd best guys (allegedly).

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      May can’t get here fast enough.. What a dumas move moving the draft back..

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      May can't get here fast enough.. What a dumas move moving the draft back..

      Yeah it's annoying .

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      May can't get here fast enough.. What a dumas move moving the draft back..

      Yeah it's annoying .

      It is a annoying, I guess they wanted to drop the "dead time" from the draft to training camps so football was being talked about for 10 months out of the year instead of 9.

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      I’d trade back and pick up an extra 2nd or 3rd.Take Ebron in the first Take aaron Donald in the 2nd Take garropolo with the extra pick

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      May can't get here fast enough.. What a dumas move moving the draft back..

      Yeah it's annoying .

      It is a annoying, I guess they wanted to drop the "dead time" from the draft to training camps so football was being talked about for 10 months out of the year instead of 9.

      I know why don't they start free agency right away in February? After the Superbowl? All of the players whose contracts are up should be able to negotiate right away. That would be much better if you ask me.

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      May can't get here fast enough.. What a dumas move moving the draft back..

      Yeah it's annoying .

      It is a annoying, I guess they wanted to drop the "dead time" from the draft to training camps so football was being talked about for 10 months out of the year instead of 9.

      I know why don't they start free agency right away in February? After the Superbowl? All of the players whose contracts are up should be able to negotiate right away. That would be much better if you ask me.

      It's to allow a period of time when teams can resign or at least negotiate with their own guys before the free-for-all begins.

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