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2014 NFL Mock Draft: Patriots Select Athletic-Freak Defensive Tackle
1. Houston Texans (2-14): Jadeveon Clowney, pass rusher, South Carolina It appears NFL teams aren’t as excited about this year’s quarterback crop as the media is. It also seems that the negativity surrounding Clowney has disappeared. Clowney can be a star in Romeo Crennel’s Texans defense.
2. St. Louis Rams from Washington Redskins (3-13): Greg Robinson, offensive tackle, Auburn The Rams showed glimpses of promise last season while going 7-9, but if they hope to compete with the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers in the NFC West, they must build for the future by drafting the best available players. In this case, that’s Robinson, who can be the next Orlando Pace.
3. Jacksonville Jaguars (4-12): Khalil Mack, pass rusher, Buffalo Head coach Gus Bradley knows to build a team through defense from his time with Pete Carroll and the Seahawks. Mack can play strong-side linebacker or defensive end in Bradley’s 4-3 under defense.
4. Cleveland Browns (4-12): Sammy Watkins, wide receiver, Clemson The Browns can pick up a quarterback with their later first-round pick. They can give that signal-caller some help by taking Watkins here. Watkins and Josh Gordon would make an intimidating receiver duo.
5. Oakland Raiders (4-12): Mike Evans, wide receiver, Texas A&M The Raiders missed out on DeSean Jackson in free agency and could use a legitimate No. 1 receiver. Evans doesn’t have elite speed, but his size (6-foot-5, 231 pounds) could make him a game-changer.
6. Atlanta Falcons (4-12): Jake Matthews, offensive tackle, Texas A&M The Falcons didn’t add an offensive lineman in free agency, and Matt Ryan could use some better protection. Matthews has the potential to be a franchise left tackle.
7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-12): Anthony Barr, pass rusher, UCLA Some might see Barr as a reach at No. 7 overall, but he has raw upside that can be molded like clay. He’s extremely athletic and can play linebacker or defensive end.
8. Minnesota Vikings (5-10-1): Johnny Manziel, quarterback, Texas A&M The Vikings shouldn’t be happy going into 2014 with Matt Cassel and Christian Ponder at quarterback. Manziel would be a great fit in an offense with running back Adrian Peterson and wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson.
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