2014 NFL Not Draft



Last update: Sunday, April 27, 2014.

THIS IS NOT A 2014 NFL MOCK DRAFT. Click the link to see my real 2014 NFL Mock Draft. This is a 2014 NFL Not Draft - a compilation of popular mock picks that, in my opinion, will not happen. For the record, I was wrong about zero "not" picks in my 2012 and 2013 Not Mocks (which means I was right about none of my projections not happening).

  1. Houston Texans: Khalil Mack, DE/OLB, Buffalo
    As you can see in our NFL Rumors page, Adam Schefter said that the Texans will pick Jadeveon Clowney or Khalil Mack if they stay at No. 1. Mack could be the choice if Houston moves down - the Rams will strongly consider him at No. 2 - but he won't be the top selection. Peter King recently wrote that the Texans' general manager prefers Mack over Clowney, but that is B.S.

  2. St. Louis Rams: Greg Robinson, OT, Auburn
    I'm not messing around here! Greg Robinson is a popular selection at No. 2, but Charlie Campbell's recent report contradicts that. If you missed it, the Rams are deciding between Khalil Mack or Sammy Watkins at No. 2 barring a trade or Clowney being available. Besides, Jeff Fisher doesn't believe in spending early selections on tackles.

  3. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M
    This was a tough one, as the Jaguars are crazy enough to do anything, which includes spending two consecutive No. 1 choices on right tackles. I'd have a field day with that, especially if they chose the "lesser" one. Jake Matthews to Jacksonville has been discussed on the NFL Rumors page, but I don't see it happening unless the Jaguars move down.

  4. Cleveland Browns: Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville
    It sounds like the Browns will be targeting a quarterback at No. 4. It could be Johnny Manziel, Blake Bortles or Derek Carr. It's not going to be Teddy Bridgewater, who is likely to fall into Round 2. In fact, one NFC personnel executive told us that Bridgewater is a fourth-round guy.



  5. Oakland Raiders: Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M
    Johnny Manziel will go in the 3-13 range, according to Adam Schefter. I'm not feeling him to the Raiders though. It just doesn't seem like a good fit. His skill set doesn't match the offensive scheme, and there might be some trepidation about his off-the-field lifestyle.

  6. Atlanta Falcons: Anthony Barr, DE/OLB, UCLA
    The Falcons would go nuts if they could obtain Jadeveon Clowney. They'd love it if Khalil Mack happened to fall to them. They'd really like Greg Robinson at No. 6. They'd like Jake Matthews here, but not as much. Matthews appears to be the worst-case scenario for the Falcons. I just don't see Anthony Barr being a fit unless Atlanta moves down.

  7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson
    I saw a prominent NFL analyst tweet that there was a 50-50 shot that Sammy Watkins would be available at No. 7. I nearly s*** myself. Blue-chip prospects like Watkins just don't fall. The only way he makes it to Tampa's pick is if David Caldwell seizes control of every team and drafts right tackles for each of them.

  8. Minnesota Vikings: Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M
    Johnny Manziel is a popular pick here - or at least he was - but he is just a poor fit for Norv Turner's offense. The Vikings prefer Blake Bortles and Derek Carr over Johnny Football.



  9. Buffalo Bills: Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan
    If the Bills draft a right tackle, it'll be Jake Matthews. Buffalo will be targeting Matthews, Mike Evans or Eric Ebron at this juncture. One of those prospects will be theirs. I suppose there's a minuscule chance Lewan will be the pick, but I'm confident enough to make this a "not" selection.

  10. Detroit Lions: Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State
    Many mocks are slotting Justin Gilbert to the Lions, but the front office doesn't view the cornerback position as big of a need as the media and casual fans do. Detroit likes its young corners.

  11. Tennessee Titans: Any Quarterback
    It doesn't appear as though the Titans will be drafting a quarterback in the first round. Ken Whisenhunt will attempt to coach up Jake Locker for at least a year, though there's a chance Tennessee will take a signal-caller in Rounds 2-4.

  12. New York Giants: Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan
    Of all the "not" picks, this one has the greatest chance of happening. However, mocking Taylor Lewan to the Giants doesn't make much sense to me. New York has a potential left tackle of the future in Justin Pugh, and Will Beatty might be back from injury anyway. If so, where does Lewan fit in with Pugh, Beatty and Geoff Schwartz all up front? Besides, Lewan has character issues that could cause him to drop a bit.



  13. St. Louis Rams: Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M
    There has been some speculation that the Rams could take Johnny Manziel will their second opening-round selection. I wouldn't say that's impossible, but I don't think it's very likely. Sam Bradford's contract will make that difficult. It also seems like St. Louis' coaching staff wants to give Bradford another chance.

  14. Chicago Bears: Calvin Pryor, S, Louisville
    The Bears could definitely take Ha Ha Clinton-Dix at this juncture, but Calvin Pryor would be much different than the type of athlete Phil Emery has selected since becoming general manager of the team. There should be better players available anyway.

  15. Pittsburgh Steelers: Darqueze Dennard, CB, Michigan State
    The Steelers always find a way to draft a talented prospect who falls to them. It could be Eric Ebron or Justin Gilbert this year. Darqueze Dennard doesn't fit that description. In fact, there has been some indication that Dennard could fall out of the first round. Pittsburgh wouldn't take a player like that, and I'm sure the team wouldn't be too crazy about his 5-11 frame.

  16. Dallas Cowboys: Timmy Jernigan, DT, Florida State
    The Cowboys need a defensive tackle, and Aaron Donald is off the board. Why not Timmy Jernigan? Well, Monte Kiffin doesn't view the 1-technique as very important, which would explain why Dallas passed on Sharrif Floyd last spring. Jernigan doesn't make much sense at No. 16.


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Michael (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 2 month(s) ago - hide

Walt - I get it, the Jaguars have been easy to poke fun at in recent years. You've got to start doing homework though sir. I highly doubt they'd take another right tackle....and use your head here - they both played together in college, did they both play right tackle? Did Texas A&M play without a left tackle back in those days?

I feel you need to start doing more homework on someJaguars, Browns, Raiders, Lions, Rams, Bills...to name a few.

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Chris (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 2 month(s) ago - hide
THANK YOU! Finally somebody agrees with the Fan Base that Gilbert is NOT for us! Gilbert is a worse prospect than Bridgewater for sure, if Bridgewater is a 4th rounder, Gilbert is a 5th-6th.
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Alex (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 2 month(s) ago - hide

I think it's extremely unfair that you think there are some "delusional" Jet fans that think the team won't be one of the two worst teams in the league next year. There is plenty of optimism around this team, starting with the fact that they just went 8-8 with a rookie QB and noooooooo weapons on offense. Adding Decker, Johnson, Vick (who hopefully isn't even needed if Geno progresses), and the eventual skill position draft picks, whoever they may be, will only improve the offense. 

On top of that, they have the defending DROY in Richardson, perennial Pro Bowl snub Wilkerson, and emerging nose tackle Harrison anchoring the front line. A full offseason will help Milliner on his encouraging end to last season, and I'm sure they'll add to the secondary in the draft also.

All this being said, yes there are still a lot of question marks, and they're not soon to unseat the Pats in the division. However, it is not so "delusional" at all to think that this team could at the very least be around .500 again and not a 2 to 4 win team that it would take to be a top two pick in the draft next year. 

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WTF (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide
OK, so Ebron is your pick and Dennard your not pick? WTF. Dennard has a higher chance to be a Steeler
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. (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide
"Jaguars are crazy enough to do anything, which includes spending two consecutive No. 1 choices on right tackles."  Wow, just wow, Walt, would you like to actually watch a texas a&m game? ..... or a jaguars game? ..... or figure out the difference between your right and left? ..... or realize that gm's make plans beyond the present? ..... or ..... ah f--k it, i have come to expect nothing but lazy journalism from walt with regards to the jags.  Just keep going with all the lame jokes and wrong positioning of players.  I bet walt thinks the jags had the worse attendance last year as well!  I also think that he thinks the jags should still get tebow because IT'S TOTALLY NOT 2010 ANYMORE
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Not a Jets fan, but... (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide
Did the collective Jets organization sodomize you as a child or something?  That's the only reason I can think of as to why you have it out for them so badly.  Think what you want, but you should at least try to remain SOMEWHAT professional in your write-ups.
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nicb (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide
Go texans
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nicb (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide
@texans fan thats why I have them taking Kareem Martin in the third round from.unc in my latest mock and 5th round I have them taking de anthony thomas and 6th round mister cobble what.ya think
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Texans fan (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide
No way Attachou and McCullers last that long
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The Guy (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide
It's funny how many people don't realize that this is an Anti-Mock Draft
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Bob (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide
You really have it out for the Jets don't you. You let your biased opinion get the best of you on the Vick matter, you had a personal hatred of Damien Woody in the past as well. You should have just kept the 2nd part of your comment by not taking a jab at the fans that makes you look unprofessional. I agree though that Ebron will not make it to 18
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Rick (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide
You should see how he talks about the Browns
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steel (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide
<p>I disagree with the Giants and Chargers NOT picks, though for different reasons. The Giants absolutely could fit Taylor Lewan into their offensive line plans. Justin Pugh, although he flashed some potential at tackle, has the size of a guard. Depending on how the Giants view Lewan, he could be the best player available when they pick. And if he is, I don't think they would hesitate to draft him. Keeping 2 time Super Bowl champion Eli Manning upright will be the key to their success.</p><p></p><p>I firmly believe that Roby will fall into the second round. As silly as it may be, teams often punish players that get into trouble so close to the draft. While the OVI charge isn't that serious, and the story behind it makes it seem even less damning, it looks bad to get caught up in dumb stuff like that so close to the most important day in your life. I'll buy the part that they aren't interested in players with off-field issues, but I do think he will be available.</p>
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Lionized (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide
Atlanta will not let Tampa Bay get their hands on Watkins.  If the draft fell this way, I think the Falcons would do a deal with the Lions, fall back to #10 and still get Barr---probably with an extra Second or Third Rounder in their pocket.  Everybody wins…except of course the Bucs.
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nicb (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide

This is my real mock I dont think attacohu will be there.if he is that would be a blessing for the texans him or if Murphy is there in the third that would be better but doubt it so I have them taking either attacohu or kareem Martin which are both pass rush specialist I believe garrappolo is the way to go but im kind of split between him(garppolo,savage,mettenberger)and my last make draft I had the texans taking james hurst in the fourth and he will be there but one we drafted brennan Williams and quesberry who scouts were high on and quesberry played very well in the preseason so im prone to see what they have before I move on and say they were a waste of pics I love desir too but phillip gaines will be there in that range and he is a good cb which I feel the texans should look at due to productivity and technique also nose tackle needs tp be adressed due to the lack pf one on the roster I like colt lyerla  alot as well as deanthony Thomas but I didn't view him as high after the proday but I would still take him in the fifth round  but you get similar value in Flanders so thats y Iwould take him late so what do you think.of james hurst,de Anthony thomas,colt lyerla bc I feel the texans should take him but rick smith tends to shy away from off the field problems but I think its about time they take a riak and finally what do u think of quesnberry and Williams when the they came out

Go texans 

We will be back on top 

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Phi Nguyen (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide
Great Mock, if Bridgewater is not there, I say we get Garapollo. Do you have a guard? Because Wade Smith is gone and we need a starter.love your Exum and Huff pick.We might also look at a CB Peril Desir in the 4th or 3rd round. He could challenge Karen for the starting CB position. He has the makings of a good CB.
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Nicb (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide

Texans mock draft

1st round jadeveon clowney

2nd round teddy bridgewater

3rd round jermiah attachou. 

4th round taylor hart

4th round josh huff

5th round Daniel mccullers

6th round atone exum

6th round ac Leonard 

6th round beau Allen 

6th round Timothy flanders

7th round devan drane

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williamspano33 2 Posts (1 )
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide
I do love all the content of Walter Football though! keep it up. whats football without out of left field opinions?
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williamspano33 2 Posts (1 )
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide
Put you money where your mouth is, Jets top 2 picks next year? are you crazy? Not talking up the Jets but there are easily 10 teams headed for a worse off 2014 season. The floor for a Rex Ryan coached team is hovering around .500, his defense is coached too well and the Jets always hang around in games. Also, there isn't much obsession over Ebron, many Jets fans i talk to prefer Amaro, Jenkins and even Fiedorowicz. So yet another out of left field opinion on this site. 
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pizza (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide
can you provide links to all the prior nots??? wondering
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Rob (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide
To see the prior 'nots' change the 2014 in the URL to a different year.
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Idiot (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide
Dennard would be perfect for the steelers. Physical, great cover corner, fills a huge need, not to mention only an inch smaller than Gilbert. 
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HoovaDeuce82 (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide
Glad I read the description and noticed the "NOT" draft lol. I was getting ready to rip you apart for this lmao. BTW, You got it right with Dallas. We (Cowboys) will not spend a 1st rd pick on a 1 tech. I expect Dallas to target an O-Lineman like Z.Martin or a safety like C.Pryor.<br />
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cowboysfan (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide
I like it how you say the cowboys pick is completely unrealistic, yet for weeks on end i had to explain to you that the cowboys would not pick Timmy Jernigan
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Steve (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide

Baalke does like long arms... for defensive linemen, so they can shed blocks.  That's less of a concern for CBs.  Its worth noting that Culliver's arms are only half an inch longer than Dennard's.

Not saying the 49ers would take Dennard, but there are far better reasons than arm length to rule him out.

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RevisionistHistory (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide

From Walt's scouting report of Luke Joeckel : "He looks like a safe bet to be a franchise left tackle in the NFL. "
http://walterfootball.com/scoutingreport2013ljoeckel.php
And yet Walt claims the Jags drafted a right tackle even though they moved Joeckel to left tackle after trading Monroe.

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Phi Nguyen (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 3 month(s) ago - hide
Khalil Mack is a very real possibility for the Texans #1 overall, just saying.
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