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BucsFan05's Mock Draft 2.0 (Round 1)



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1 - HOU: Blake Bortles, QB, Central Florida
I don't think Bortles is the best qb in this class but I think he is the best qb for Bill O'Brien and his offense. Bortles isn't overly athletic but he posses great pocket prescence and poise that allows him to evade the rush and accurately throw the ball downfield.
2 - STL: Jadeveon Clowney, DE , South Carolina
Most likely the Rams will trade out of this pick but if they stay put I think Fisher won't be able to help himself. They have other areas of need but there hasn't been a de prospect like Clowney since Mario Williams. Fisher has always liked a deep defensive line that he can rotate and the trio of Clowney, Quinn and Long would make offenses around the league quiver.
3 - JAX: Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M
Manziel is a true playmaker at the qb position and would bring excitement and respectability to the Jacksonville franchise.
4 - CLE: Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville
Cleveland hasn't had a franchise qb since 're entering the league in 19-2299. Bridgewater is the most pro ready qb in the draft and his added weight should help ease concerns about durability in the NFL.
5 - OAK: Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson
The Raiders miss out on one of the top qbs but get a nice consolation prize in Watkins. He is a game changer at wr and would give the Raiders the big play threat they've tried to land for years.
6 - ATL: Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M
The Falcons sre loaded at the skill positions, but for them to execute the passing game like they want to, they need to rebuild the offensive line. Matthews is a fantastic pass blocker that can play either tackle spot and give Matt Ryan ample time in the pocket.
7 - TB: Khalil Mack, LB , Buffalo
Mack is in the mold of Von Miller, he can play in space as a lb and put his hand in the ground and rush the qb. Mack's ability to rush the qb off the edge could push Tampa's defense into elite territory.
8 - MIN: Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M
Derek Carr could be a possibility here but I think it would be a bit of a reach. Instead they get Evans, who is a big bodied receiver that can make contested catches down the field and be a perfect compliment to Corderrelle Patterson.
9 - BUF: Greg Robinson, OT, Auburn
Glenn Gordy as been serviceable at lt but adding a blue chip player on the line like Robinson would help Manuel immensely. Robinson is a little raw in using his hands in pass protection but that can be corrected and he is a mailer in the run game.
10 - DET: Darqueze Dennard, CB , Michigan State
Chris Houston is getting old and Darius Slay has provided little hope. Dennard has emerged as the premier coverage corner and will be a huge asset when playing the Packers and Bears twice a year.
11 - TEN: Anthony Barr, LB, UCLA
Ray Horton brings his hybrid zone blitz scheme to town and he needs a piece to move around and blitz off the edge. Barr is long and athletic and can wreck havoc on passing downs.
12 - NYG: Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan
Eli Manning struggled because of poor pass protection. Lewan is a stout pass protector with a good first punch and a mean streak.
13 - STL: Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State
The Rams also need help at receiver and offensive line but both positions are much deeper than cornerback. Cortland Finnegan has declined sharply and Gilbert's excellent man cover skills would quickly shore up their pass defense.
14 - CHI: Tim Jernigan, DT, Florida State
Jernigan is drawing comparisons to Suh for his explosive power and nasty attitude. Would provide an interior pass rush for Chicago.
15 - PIT: Louis Nix, DT, Notre Dame
The Steelers have struggled to replace Casey Hampton since he retired. Nix is a large disruptive nose tackle that would allow their athletic lbs to roam free and make plays.
16 - DAL: Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix, FS, Alabama
The Cowboys need a rangy safety to effectively employ the Tampa 2 defense. Clinton-Dix is a playmaker that would shore up the back-end.
17 - BAL: Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State
Benjamin is drawing comparisons to Larry Fitzgerald. Losing Anquan Boldin and Dennis Pitta hurt the Ravens offense in the red zone and in making tough cstches over the middle. Benjamin would remedy that and be a perfect compliment to the speedy Torrey Smith.
18 - NYJ: Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina
The Jets need skill players on offense badly. Ebron is comparable to Jimmy Graham in size and receiving ability.
19 - MIA: Zack Martin, OT, Notre Dame
The Jonathan Martin fiasco has made a big need into a huge need. Martin is a tough, versatile lineman that can help keep Tannehill up right.
20 - ARI: Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State
Carr walks into an ideal situation in Arizona. He can sit and learn behind Palmer for a year or two and A rians is one of the best at developing young qbs.
21 - GB: C.J. Mosley, OLB, Alabama
If the Packers are ever going to stop getting steam rolled by Kaepernick they will need to add more athletes in the front seven. Mosley is a do it all linebacker that can play in any scheme.
22 - PHI: Brandin Cooks, WR , Oregon State
Jeremy Maclin and Riley Cooper are both free agents. Cooks ran a 4.3 flat at the combine and moves well in space, two qualities that make him perfect for Chip Kelly's offense.
23 - KC: Odell Beckham, WR , LSU
The Chiefs offense was predictable which was one reason why they faltered down the stretch. Beckham would give the Chiefs a big play guy on the outside.
24 - CIN: Kyle Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech
Leon Hall is injury prone, Terrence Newman and Adam Jones are long in the tooth and Dre Kirkpatrick has yet to live up to expectations. Fuller has a chance to be a starter from day one.
25 - SD: Kony Ealy, DL , Missouri
The Chargers need help bringing down the qb. Ealy played in a 3-4 front at Missouri and was used at both de and olb.
26 - CLE: Allen Robinson, WR , Penn State
Robinson will form the most talented young group of playmakers in the league with Josh Gordon and Jordan Cameron and Robinson would also have an impact as a punt returner.
27 - NO: Ryan Shazier, LB , Ohio State
Saints defense performed well despite no real pass rusher at linebacker. Shaker has great first step and would fit well in Ryan's defense.
28 - CAR: Calvin Pryor, S, Louisville
Panthers have some needs on offense, but they also have needs in the secondary and at this point Pryor is the best value. He is drawing c omparisions to Kam Chancellor because of his size and ferocious hitting ability.
29 - NE: Jace Amaro, TE , Texas Tech
Amarillo didn't look very fast or athletic at the combine but the kid can play. He had an impressive showing on the bench press and is an underrated run blocker, showing the versatility that New England demands of their tight ends.
30 - SF: Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt
The 49ers need quality depth at receiver. Matthews is a polished route runner and will receive excellent coaching in San Francisco.
31 - DEN: Jason Verrett, CB , TCU
Bailey is a shell of his former self, Harris is coming off a knee injury and DRC is a free agent. Verrett is a quality corner that can immediately contribute.
32 - SEA: Aaron Donald, DL , Pittsburgh
Red Bryant and Brandon Mebane might become cap casualties if the Seahawks want to resign Michael Bennett. Donald is a wrecking g ball on the interior and would give them inside athleticism that they lacked last year.

User Comments

Sunday, February 23, 2014 3:22 PM
Above Average -- Solid! I could see most of this picks appearing.
Sunday, February 23, 2014 5:20 PM
Excellent -- I might post mine tonight but give me some trade action next time
Sunday, February 23, 2014 8:19 PM
Excellent -- Great explanations. Really good mock draft.
Sunday, February 23, 2014 9:05 PM
Average -- jordan matthews is not very fast nor good
Sunday, February 23, 2014 10:34 PM
Above Average -- I think this is very good draft, but as a vikings fan I can't give it a 5. I love Evans' I don't think he will be a bust. To talented. But just not good enough to take 8th overall when we have so many needs.


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