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2014 NFL Mock Draft: Week 5 Edition
With five weeks of college football in the can, it is time for a new NFL Mock Draft. In the NFL there have been a few surprises. The New York Giants and Pittsburgh Steelers can’t seem to win a game, while teams such as the Miami Dolphins are surprisingly competitive throughout five weeks.
In college football the athletes we have expected to reign supreme are doing well. Johnny Manziel came off “suspension” looking like he hasn’t missed a step, while guys like his teammate Mike Evans are slowly trotting up the draft board. This quarterback class is looking stacked with AJ McCarron, Brett Hundley, and others all working their ways up the board every single game.
With that said, here is our current mock. After going over this make sure you check on college football betting at Topbet.eu.
On to the picks:
1. Jaguars: Teddy Bridgewater QB Louisville
Teddy Bridgewater has to be better than who’s in Jacksonville now, right?
2. Buccaneers: Tajh Boyd QB Clemson
Josh Freeman is gone. It is time for a new QB, if he were still there maybe Clowney is the pick.
3. Raiders: Jadeveon Clowney DE South Carolina
The Raiders need an offensive threat but Clowney is too good to pass up.
4. Rams: Marqise Lee WR USC
The Rams just drafted Tavon Austin, sure, but they cannot seem to get him the ball.
5. Giants: Mike Evans WR Texas AM
Kind of a shocker pick but the Giants need to make a bold move. Eli isn’t getting younger, Hakeem Nicks is always injured, and the other WRs haven’t stepped up!
6. Steelers: Jake Matthews OT Texas AM
The Steelers have to get back to the ground game or they will continue to lose games.
7. Rams: Taylor Lewan OT Michigan
Jake Long was added, but Roger Saffold can leave after the season as well.
8. Eagles: Sammy Watkins WR Clemson
Sammy Watkins is going to thrive in Chip Kelly’s college-like system.
9. Jets: Anthony Barr OLB UCLA
The Jets hope Geno Smith develops a chemistry with his current group of WRs and continue to build the defense. They can’t get back to the playoffs if they can’t beat Brady.
10. Bills: Bradley Roby CB Ohio State
Bradley Roby is back after off the field issues and playing well. He’ll fit right in with their young CBs.
For the rest of the picks please visit our 2014 draft page.