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CrapFrancis' Mock
Published at 2/26/2014 8:39:42 PM

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Round 1

1. Texans: Teddy Bridgewater, Quarterback, Louisville

At the end of the day, Houston isn't getting any younger. Bridgewater is the only player in this draft who comes in and gives them a shot at a championship in the next 2-4 years. Yes Clowney is probably the better prospect, but he's not taking them to title town now.


2. Rams: Sammy Watkins, Wide Receiver, Clemson

A starting LT can be found at 13. A player like Watkins might not be found for a few more years, enough said.


3. Jaguars: Jadeveon Clowney, Defensive End, South Carolina

Gus knows defense. Putting Clowney under the tutelage of a defensive guru can do nothing but help the young player. Having someone like Babin to polish his pass rushing moves won't hurt either.


4. Browns: Johnny Manziel, Quarterback, Texas A&M

This is by far the best case situation for JFF. This offense is loaded with talent and has a fan base as passionate about the game as Johnny is himself. A big FA pickup at running back (Johnson, Tate) and this offense could be as potent as any.


5. Raiders: Khalil Mack, Outside Linebacker, Buffalo

Mack is the most surefire prospect in the draft, and Oakland is the team that can afford to miss the least. This pick is most likely traded away.




6. Falcons: Jake Matthews, Offensive Tackle, Texas A&M

While it would have been more exciting the get a pass rusher, having a LT this good fall to you has fans in Atlanta dirty birding back to a winning record.


7. Buccaneers: Anthony Barr, Outside Linebacker, UCLA

Boom or bust? Tampa bay is the one to find out. At the very least it will be exciting to watch.


8. Vikings: Blake Bortles, Quarterback, UCF

Though they need a lot of help on defense. Nobody can fault Minnesota for taking a shot at a franchise QB at 8, and everyone is happy it isn't Carr. Here's hoping it works out better than the last few attempts.


9. Bills: Greg Robinson, Offensive Tackle, Auburn

BPA, will be a good player for a long time. You can't judge Manuel when he's on his fanny all game.


10. Lions: Mike Evans, Wide Receiver, Texas A&M

A lot of people will say he is too similar to Megatron in size to be a good compliment, but you don't even have to go out of the division to see that that statement holds little water. The best way for Evans to become the next best receiver is to learn from the current best receiver. RIP NFC North secondaries.


11. Titans: C.J. Mosley, Outside Linebacker, Alabama

The Titans need help at linebacker, C.J. Mosley is a linebacker. Draft analysis at it's finest. I'll be here all week people.


12. Giants: Eric Ebron, Tight End, North Carolina

NY was eyeing Evans, but with him off the board they get the prime cut of this year's tight end class. A QB's best friend is his tight end; after last year, Eli could use a friend.


13. Rams: Taylor Lewan, Offensive Tackle, Michigan

A big reason they go Watkins at 1 is because they have the ammo to get either Matthews, Robinson or Lewan at 13 (or via a trade) in this instance Lewan is the guy.


14. Bears: Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Free Safety, Alabama

The Bears safety play was god awful last season, Haha is an immediate starter for Chicago.


15. Steelers: Justin Gilbert, Cornerback, Oklahoma State

This is a tough one, DT gets a long look here as well as WR. At the end of the day a big bodied, talented corner is going to do nothing but help the franchise.


16. Cowboys: Aaron Donald, Defensive Tackle, Pittsburgh

Easiest pick of the draft in my mind. I said Donald was surely the guy for Dallas before the combine, after the draft Dallas said, "he is now, and don't call us Surely."


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