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2014 NFL Mock Draft: Round 2

Last update: Thursday, May 8, 2014. Final update posted, 6:05 p.m.
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*** This mock draft will be updated at least once per week (Tuesday afternoons and other times for important events.). Check out old versions of this 2014 NFL Mock Draft in the archived mock draft section. Follow @walterfootball for updates. ***

  1. Houston Texans: Stephon Tuitt, DE/DT, Notre Dame
    Most expect the Texans to take a quarterback (Teddy Bridgewater) here, but as Charlie Campbell reported in the NFL Draft Rumor Mill, Houston is considering waiting until Round 3 for a signal-caller because it believes a first-round talent will fall to No. 33. Such a player could be Stephon Tuitt, who would fill a need. The Texans need to replace Antonio Smith.

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  2. Washington Redskins: Jason Verrett, CB, TCU
    We're heard that the Redskins like Jason Verrett, but we've never had him available this late. That could change, as reports have surfaced that he has shoulder issues. The Redskins need help at cornerback.

    Pick change; previously Xavier Su'a-Filo, G

  3. Cleveland Browns: Lamarcus Joyner, CB/S, Florida State
    The Browns are rumored to be looking into a cornerback early; they need an upgrade across from Joe Haden.

  4. Oakland Raiders: Allen Robinson, WR, Penn State
    Nope, no receiver yet. The Raiders need players who can help them win now so that the front office and coaching staff can keep their jobs. A receiver makes sense if the Raiders don't take one at No. 5.

    Pick change; previously Dominique Easley, DT



  5. Atlanta Falcons: Dee Ford, DE/OLB, Auburn
    If the Falcons can't obtain Jadeveon Clowney or Khalil Mack in the first round, they'll almost certainly draft a pass-rusher here. Dee Ford fits what Thomas Dimitroff looks for in a prospect. I'm sure Mike Smith would love to have Ford on his team after the Auburn pass-rusher destroyed his offense at the Senior Bowl.

  6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Martavis Bryant, WR, Clemson
    The Buccaneers would love for Sammy Watkins to fall to them at No. 7, but there's not much of a chance of that happening. They could also take Mike Evans as a solid consolation prize. If, however, they go with the quarterback route, they may opt to address the receiver position in the second round.

  7. Jacksonville Jaguars: Kyle Van Noy, DE/OLB, BYU
    The Jaguars could select Khalil Mack at No. 3, but if they don't, their LEO of the future could be chosen in the second or third round.

    Pick change; previously Teddy Bridgewater, QB

  8. Kansas City Chiefs: Xavier Su'a-Filo, G, UCLA
    I've had the Chiefs selecting a guard for the longest time, but I've always prefaced that they would select Xavier Su'a-Filo if they could trade down. Well, here we are.

    Pick change; previously Marqise Lee, WR (No. 23)

  9. Buffalo Bills: Troy Niklas, TE, Notre Dame
    The Bills have to add play-makers around E.J. Manuel, who needs all the help he can get. The tight end position definitely needs to be upgraded.

  10. Tennessee Titans: Jeremy Hill, RB, LSU
    The Titans have gotten rid of Chris Johnson, who was signed by the Jets (go here for my NFL Free Agent Signing Grades). Tennessee will obviously be searching for a new lead running back.

  11. New York Giants: Carlos Hyde, RB, Ohio State
    The Giants signed Rashad Jennings, but they still need another running back. They can't rely on just Jennings until David Wilson returns.

  12. St. Louis Rams: Dominique Easley, DT, Florida
    The Rams may want to add some depth on the defensive line, and perhaps a successor for Kendall Langford in a year or two.

    Pick change; previously Kelvin Benjamin, WR



  13. Detroit Lions: Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt
    Like the Rams, Detroit has the option of moving up for a receiver in the first round. A swap with Oakland to obtain Sammy Watkins or Mike Evans is very possible. If that doesn't happen, the Lions could take a receiver at No. 45.

  14. Pittsburgh Steelers: Louis Nix, NT, Notre Dame
    The Steelers lost Ziggy Hood and Al Woods in free agency. Neither was an impactful player, but the team is severely lacking in depth up front. Louis Nix qualifies as best player available.

  15. Dallas Cowboys: Scott Crichton, DE, Oregon State
    The Cowboys managed to re-sign Anthony Spencer, but they're still in desperate need of help at both defensive end and defensive tackle. Scott Crichton is a great fit for Monte Kiffin's stop unit.

  16. Baltimore Ravens: Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State
    The Ravens need a big receiver to compensate for the loss of Anquan Boldin. They've shown lots of interest in Kelvin Benjamin.

    Pick change; previously Jimmie Ward, S

  17. New York Jets: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Washington
    Kellen Winslow proved to be an insufficient replacement for Dustin Keller, so this is a position New York will look to upgrade this offseason.

  18. Miami Dolphins: Chris Borland, ILB, Wisconsin
    The Dolphins are in the market for a new middle linebacker, as Dannell Ellerbe predictably struggled this past season. Miami's new front office has no allegiance to Ellerbe.

  19. Chicago Bears: Kareem Martin, DE, North Carolina
    I mentioned in the first round that Chicago's current regime has drafted athletes who can play multiple positions. That's not the case with Kareem Martin - though he could rush inside on passing downs - but he also fits Phil Emery's big, athletic prospect mold.

  20. Arizona Cardinals: Demarcus Lawrence, DE/OLB, Boise State
    Arizona needs a better pass-rusher across from Sam Acho. Its front line is pretty fierce, but the outside linebackers have been lackluster.

    Pick change; previously Carl Bradford, LB



  21. Green Bay Packers: Jace Amaro, TE, Texas Tech
    The Packers will be targeting a tight end in Rounds 2-4, and Jace Amaro makes a lot of sense. Amaro may not be available at this juncture - it will be tough for him to get by the Jets - so Green Bay may trade up, just like it did for Jerel Worthy in the second round two years ago.

  22. Philadelphia Eagles: Jeremiah Attaochu, DE/OLB, Georgia Tech
    One of the positions the Eagles are looking to upgrade on defense is outside linebacker to help improve their pass rush. Jeremiah Attaochu, who would probably go earlier than this if he wasn't injured, would be a perfect fit for Philadelphia's stop unit.

  23. Cincinnati Bengals: Cameron Fleming, OT, Stanford
    The Bengals lost Anthony Collins in free agency, so they'll have to look elsewhere for a long-term solution at left tackle.

  24. Tennessee Titans: Cyrus Kouandjio, OT, Alabama
    This is the pick the Titans acquired in the first-round trade. They could use this selection to obtain a potential left tackle of the future, given that Michael Roos is entering his contract season.



  25. San Diego Chargers: Carl Bradford, LB, Arizona State
    The Chargers need pass-rushing help across from Melvin Ingram. The edge rushers are flying off the board, so they better take one here.

    Pick change; previously Kyle Van Noy, DE/OLB

  26. New Orleans Saints: Marcus Martin, C, USC
    The Saints are very thin on the offensive interior, especially at center. They're rumored to be high on Marcus Martin and could even take him in the first round.

  27. Indianapolis Colts: Jimmie Ward, S, Northern Illinois
    The Colts need to upgrade their secondary after Alex Smith looked so unstoppable in the opening-round playoff game. Multiple picks could be used on the defensive backfield.

    Pick change; previously Gabe Jackson, G

  28. Carolina Panthers: Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State
    The Panthers' receiving corps is a joke right now. They're so desperate for a wideout that they may have to as Nate from the Play 60 commercials to catch passes from Cam Newton (as posted in my April Fools Mock Draft). They almost have to go with a wideout in the first two rounds.

  29. San Francisco 49ers: Keith McGill, CB, Utah
    San Francisco's group of cornerbacks isn't very strong, as Carlos Rogers and Tarell Brown have both moved on to new teams. The 49ers are weak at this position, so they could easily spend two early selections on upgrades in the 2014 NFL Draft.

  30. New England Patriots: Weston Richburg, C, Colorado State
    Ryan Wendell was re-signed, but an upgrade at center is still needed. He was most responsible for Tom Brady's poor pass protection.

  31. Denver Broncos: Trent Murphy, DE/OLB, Stanford
    The Broncos lost Robert Ayers and Shaun Phillips, so they might be interested in addressing their depth at defensive end, all while finding a potential successor for DeMarcus Ware.

  32. Seattle Seahawks: Marcus Smith, DE/OLB, Louisville
    The Seahawks lost Chris Clemons to the Jaguars and may see Cliff Avril walk next spring. They need a new LEO. Marcus Smith perfectly fits what Seattle looks for in its draft prospects.



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Lee (Anonymous Poster)
1 month(s) 4 day(s) ago - hide
Looking back at this... you nailed this draft. 8 direct hits is unreal.
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Looking back (Anonymous Poster)
3 month(s) 27 day(s) ago - hide
8 in round 1, 13 in total and an unheard of three correct picks in round 7. That's crazy. I count the player going to the right team as a correct pick, even if it's not the exact selection. Getting McDougle, Brown and Blanchflower in the 7th round is pretty impressive. 
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2014 NFL Picks (Anonymous Poster)
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Can't wait for the complete list of 2014 NFL picks.
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coach (Anonymous Poster)
11 month(s) 18 day(s) ago - hide
Somebody must missed kedrick rhodes in draft surprised he hasn't been called for a nil tryout look at his pro day stats in 40 mph wind speed come on man
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coach (Anonymous Poster)
11 month(s) 18 day(s) ago - hide
How does a t team miss on a great athlete like running back Kendrick Rhodes out of west alabama
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Mark100 (Anonymous Poster)
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<p>Any one think Houston's new Regime might have made a blunder by not trading up from 33 to 25 to grab Manziel once he started to fall ?</p><p>What would it have caost a 4th ? 3rd at the most ? In this deep draft a NT could have been taken later ?</p><p>It would have been thought a coup that Houston would score both Clowney and Manziel with out having to trade much ? Wasn`t it stated Houston was split on Clowney and Manziel at the 1st pick ? Didn`t the Owner and others like Manziel the home town guy at a position of need ?</p><p>1st major Blunder by the new Regime ? Fritz for the year ? really ? ya pissed off Johnson already he knows what Fritz means ?</p><p>How many 12- 9 games does Houston think their D can win ?</p><p></p>
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Confused (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide

I thought SF had two pick in 2nd round. Their normal pick and the 2nd rounder from KC for ALEX SMITH trade.

Maybe I'm misunderstanding something but the way I read it your mock draft is already doomed.

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JoshT (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide

Walt used one of those 2nd Rounders to move up to #11 in this mock.....BUT that didn't happened (thankfully), so we still have (2) 2 Round picks.  Now we need to move up to get Matthews/Latimer/Robinson/Moncrief!

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dolphan1 (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide

@joshT ... really you think SF needed to save the 2 2nd rnd picks.. oh maybe I forgot theyre rebuilding so just save those picks stock uo on late rndrds (sarcasim) 

Last years tock pile wasn't enough

9ers really upset me

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JoshT (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide

Uh, no dolphan.  I'm glad they didn't move to get Beckham, because he's the most overrated player in the draft.

I WISH the Niners had used their plethora of picks to move up in the 1st to get a real CB (like Fuller or Dennard), and then move up again in the 2nd to select a WR of the future!

Instead they draft 12 players, when there's NO WAY 12 rookies will make a team which is already loaded...smh.

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Mark100 (Anonymous Poster)
11 month(s) 28 day(s) ago - hide

Agree with Josh T. Sanf is close and could have made a few moves to get a CB or burner WR ?

12 players from this draft aren`t making their Roster ?

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Mark100 (Anonymous Poster)
11 month(s) 28 day(s) ago - hide

Houston had a good drat of big uglies. That said with Manziel dropping to 26 one would wonder why the Texans didn`t trade up from 33 to 25 and grab him ? It was said the Texans were split leading up to the draft between Clowney and Manziel for the 1st pick ? They could have had the home grown hero at a position of need for a 4th or at the most a 3rd ?

Now they are going a season with Fritz ? They still could have gotten a NT later ? How many games is the D going to be asked to win 12- 9 ?

I think before the draft if Houston was asked would you be happy if you could have Clowney and Manziel with having to trade much they would have grabbed it ?

If Manziel turns out to be special and no one knows at this point this could have been a major Blunder by the new  Regime ?

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JoshT (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide
Walt, are you going to give Draft grades out this year?...just curious what you think of the picks.
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Bears Fan (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide
Well Walt you got me. I never thought the Bears would draft secondary in the first. It is a rare occasion. I thought Mosely and you called him damaged goods. You said Mosely would be lucky to be drafted in the first. I said top 20. I hope you and my Bears were right but Newsome is not a bad GM. Go Fuller!! Even though the only shot you have at starting is at safety. Ferguson and Sutton will start day one and Carey will play every game. It might just be me but isn't it a little odd that your your late round picks have a better chance of playing than your first rounder?
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Thomas Reddy (Anonymous Poster)
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2014 NFL Draft Results and Grades for Each Team for Round 1 and who I chose in the mock with links to my published mock drafts in Yahoo.

http://voices.yahoo.com/<wbr>2014-nfl-draft-results-grades-each-team-for-12647805.html?cat=14
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finfan2222 (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide
this is the closest mock draft this year...  good job, and from now on I come here to get my information...  wow. You even called the JaWuan James pick....  
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GoNYGoNYGo (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide

Just an overall comment on how scary close you were with your Jets picks.  I don't recall anyone else picking Pryor. While you didn't tab the second round pick you got the position right. And you even nailed their 3rd round pick, McDougle but you had him going in the 7th ;)

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Lee Smith (Anonymous Poster)
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Walter... I tried to tell you that you had no clue what you were talking about in reference about the Titans and this "Huge Need" At CB! And what gets me is your the one doing these mocks year in and out, But you fail to remember they drafted the year before to address the fact that Verner was in the last year of his deal. Blidi Wreh-Wilson is better than anyone outside of Gilbert maybe, And I had no problem with him being mocked there, Just the "Huge Need" part of it.
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Lee Smith (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide

And the bad thing is now theres tons of fans who think we failed to fill this "Hole on the roster due to media driven banter. Terrible I tell you. lol

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Jacob (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide
No D Bucannon was drafted by the Cards
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CashCon (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide
FYI...  You have D Bucannon going in the 3rd round of your re-draft.  He was chosen in the 1st round by the Niners.
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Jason (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide
Actually 27 for Cardinals, but yeah, any longer and possibly a 49ner
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dolphan1 (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide

49ers could have give up this years 2 2nd rnds and a next year pick and move up and get watkins Gilbert evans or just move up a bit for pryor dix or dennard

That's just crazy

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dolphan1 (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide

@walt ty for mocking james to miami, jinxed miami.. lolol what a reach

And 49ers will never win a SB or even make a NFC championship ever again.  Because when you have so many picks in the later rnds, that's a teams fire power to move up. And SF is only a player or 2 off of making a SB, but just sitting not doing nothing, sounds like they're lazy or just cheap. Gotta pay for top talent and they had it in they're power to move up in the top 5

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Footballguru (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide
If you think that Stephen Robertson, a runner up for the Walter camp award won't be drafted, you don't know football
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Cycu (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide
So after trading up to grab Gilbert you're telling us that "The Browns are rumored to be looking into a cornerback early; they need an upgrade across from Joe Haden"
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Matthewicarus 1 Posts (4 )
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide
Pretty good job man. One of the most accurate ones anywhere!
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MidMarketLoser (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide
33. Carr; 34. Sua Filo; 35. Lee.
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BigDickBrian (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide
So far, so good on your mock for Oakland! I have a feeling your luck will run out after they pick at #36 tomorrow!
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2 4 1 (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide

Ha! Your piece of garbage mock draft is only about 1 percent correct.  Loser should've gotten some more football knowledge.

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Walter 1230 Posts (1254 )
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide
Eight picks is fantastic. Kiper had 5. McShay had 3. 
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CLE216 (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide
I think Walt and Chuck did their best to read the tea leaves and applaud the effort. If you don't like it why come to the site?
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CLE216 (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide
And your math is way off. It's closer to 25%
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CLE216 (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide
Thus far... Late round picks are a crap shoot even for a scout
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Vikes fan (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide
Marcus Martin was invited to the green room and Saints need a center. Just a thought.
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Vikes fan (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide
Dozier and Ladler are good picks too, cle216, I should have said them; and I get the logic behind saying Exum. Ladler is the second coming of Robert Griffith.
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CLE216 (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide
Let's not go overboard. But I do like Ladler
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CLE216 (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide
Desir is a nice call as well Vike
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