September 10th Mock Draft (Matthew Jones)

Could Alabama left tackle Cyrus Kouandjio be reunited with former teammate D.J. Fluker in San Diego? (Photo: US Presswire)

NEPD Editor: Matthew Jones

With football season officially underway, it’s time to take an initial look at how the 2014 NFL Draft may play out. The draft order used for this mock is based on Vegas’ projected win totals, featuring my own predictions for the AFC and NFC Championship Game participants, as well as the Super Bowl participants.

Last updated: September 10th, 2013

1. Jacksonville Jaguars – DE Jadeveon Clowney, South Carolina*

Drafting Bridgewater is a consideration, but Clowney has freakish physical talent.

2. Arizona Cardinals – OT Jake Matthews, Texas A&M

Incumbent Levi Brown has been one of the worst blindside protectors in the league.

3. Oakland Raiders – QB Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville*

It’s unlikely that any of the four quarterbacks currently on roster will become quality starters.

4. Cleveland Browns – CB Bradley Roby, Ohio St.*

Another athletic man coverage cornerback to start opposite stud Joe Haden would be ideal.

5. Buffalo Bills – LB Anthony Barr, UCLA

Defensive coordinator Mike Pettine implements plenty of linebacker blitzes into his defense.

6. New York Jets – LB C.J. Mosley, Alabama

Mosley is the type of scheme-versatile linebacker that should appeal to GM John Idzik.

7. Tennessee Titans – DE Trent Murphy, Stanford

Drafting a productive pass rusher would allow Tennessee to part ways with Kam Wimbley.

8. Carolina Panthers – OT Taylor Lewan, Michigan

Lewan would provide a massive upgrade over Byron Bell and help Carolina pound the ball.

9. Kansas City Chiefs – DE Stephon Tuitt, Notre Dame*

Left end Tyson Jackson offers little to nothing as a pass rusher, which makes Tuitt appealing.

10. Philadelphia Eagles – WR Marqise Lee, Southern California*

Lee, who played with QB Matt Barkley, could replace impending free agent Jeremy Maclin.

11. St. Louis Rams – OG Cyril Richardson, Baylor

The 6’5”, 335-pound Richardson could complete St. Louis’ offensive line, currently missing a LG.

12. San Diego Chargers – OT Cyrus Kouandjio, Alabama*

Kouandjio kept D.J. Fluker on the right side at Alabama and could do the same in San Diego.

13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – DT Louis Nix, Notre Dame*

Playing next to a 350-pound space eater would elevate star Gerald McCoy to another level.

14. Minnesota Vikings – LB Ryan Shazier, Ohio St.*

An incredibly athletic weakside ‘backer, Shazier would join Chad Greenway and Erin Henderson.

15. Detroit Lions – OT Antonio Richardson, Tennessee*

Offensive coordinator Scott Linehan’s man-blocking scheme favors Richardson’s size and power.

16. Miami Dolphins – OT Cameron Erving, Florida St.*

So far, the idea that Jonathan Martin is Miami’s left tackle of the future remains unsubstantiated.

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9 Responses to “September 10th Mock Draft (Matthew Jones)”

  1. Trevor M. says:

    Clowney all the way.

  2. Jim R says:

    A kid to watch for # 99 Virginia Brent Urban D-tackle. Kid is huge.

  3. james johnson says:

    What happened to the Rams second 1st round pick???

  4. Tom says:

    This mock is terrible…..the Jags won’t pass on Bridgewater and the Redskins pick belongs to the Rams.

    • Trevor M. says:

      You do realize this mock is based on one person’s opinions and is about ~9 months early? Give him a break.

  5. tonn says:

    the hoodie would have to be insane to pass over purifoy at the end of the first, if he`s available. just my 2c.

  6. Poopy Pants says:

    A first round mock draft with Tajh Boyd not being selected?? Face palm.

    • I’d be careful about locking anyone into the first round at this point. Many people thought guys like Matt Barkley, Tyler Wilson, Landry Jones, Nick Foles, Ryan Mallett, Jimmy Clausen, Brian Brohm, and even Andre’ Woodson and Omar Jacobs were first-round picks heading into their final collegiate seasons. Another factor which contributed to Boyd’s absence was the fact that many teams have recently invested highly in a quarterback. Maybe a team like Cleveland or Tennessee could look for a new passer if they’re picking that high, but Boyd would be a substantial reach at that point in my opinion.

  7. Jagsman says:

    definitely an original mock that doesnt got teddy at 1 :)






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