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2014 NFL Mock Draft Update: 2nd Round Race


The latest 2014 NFL mock draft continues into the second round as the trades keep flying and teams make some bold moves.

To review the first round, click below.  Enjoy!

ROUND 1

#33 – Houston Texans – Demarcus Lawrence – DE – Boise State

They got the quarterback.  Now the Houston Texans look to solidify their defense.  J.J. Watt needs help from the outside linebackers.  Demarcus Lawrence had a tremendous pre-draft process and looks to have the pass rush prowess to fill that void.

#34 – Washington Redskins – Cyrus Kouandjio – OT – Alabama

This is a great value pickup for the Washington Redskins.  Cyrus Kouandjio has questions about his consistency but he’s still very young and already among the most physically gifted linemen in the draft.  He could find a home at right tackle to protect RGIII.

#35 – Cleveland Browns – Donte Moncrief – WR – Ole Miss

Opinions are mixed on the precise landing spot for Donte Moncrief but there is no arguing that the Ole Miss receiver has loads of talent.  He’s big, nimble, faster than he looks and has a good pair of hands.  He’ll make a great #2 to Josh Gordon.

#36 – Oakland Raiders – Jimmie Ward – S – NIU

Charles Woodson may be back but the Oakland Raiders remain unsettled at safety.  They really could use a young player in that area.  Jimmie Ward plays tough and aggressive like a safety but has the added speed and athleticism of a corner. 

#37 – Houston Texans (from ATL) – Jason Verrett – CB – TCU

A terrific value pickup for the Texans.  Corner is not bad but is in need of depth on their roster.  Jason Verrett gets overlooked because of his size but the TCU standout is excellent in every facet of the game from coverage to run support and ball hawking.

#38 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Jimmy Garoppolo – QB – EIU

Josh McCown is 34-years old and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers don’t seem confident in Mike Glennon.  That means they could be on the lookout for a quarterback early.  Jimmy Garoppolo comes from a small school but has the accuracy, arm strength and release of a pro.

#39 – Jacksonville Jaguars – Kyle Van Noy – OLB – BYU

Linebacker is a position in turmoil for the Jacksonville Jaguars.  Kyle Van Noy can help settle it down.  He has the athleticism and instinct to play in space coupled with the speed and burst to rush the quarterback.  A good all-around player for that defense.

#40 – Minnesota Vikings – Tom Savage – QB – Pitt

Arguably the biggest sleeper in any 2014 NFL mock draft.  The Minnesota Vikings hatch a surprise when they take Pitt quarterback Tom Savage.  At first glance it looks like a reach, but at 6’5″ with a gun for an arm and good mobility Norv Turner will love him.

#41 – Buffalo Bills – Martavis Bryant – WR – Clemson

This is the quitissential pick for the Buffalo Bills.  They love speed on offense but lack a certain degree of size at wide receiver.  Martavis Bryant solves that problem at 6’4″ but also fulfills the speed requirement.  A true downfield and red zone threat for E.J. Manuel.

#42 – Tennessee Titans – Carlos Hyde – RB – Ohio State

Replacing Chris Johnson is a must for the Tennessee Titans.  Carlos Hyde is one of the best in the draft.  He’s a downhill runner with good power and vision who doesn’t go down easy.  On top of that he has deceptive hands when receiving.

#43 – New York Giants – Jace Amaro – TE – Texas Tech

Eli Manning is at his best for the New York Giants when he has a tight end to throw to.  Last year he didn’t.  So his team looks to correct that error.  Jace Amaro is a prove receiving tight end out of Texas Tech with great size and speed to get open.

#44 – St. Louis Rams – Davante Adams – WR – Fresno State

More than anything else Sam Bradford needs a wide receiver he can count on for the St. Louis Rams.  Davante Adams has decent height and speed but nothing special.  His calling card is hands.  He is a true master at making the tough catches.

#45 – New York Jets (f/DET) – Keith McGill – CB – Nevada

Trade:  49th and 156th (5th) picks to Lions for 45th pick

They didn’t move up in the first but this time the New York Jets do make a move up the boards.  Their target is clearly a Rex Ryan choice.  Keith McGill is a rangy 6’3″ corner with good athleticism and coverage ability who can help that 22nd ranked pass defense.

#46 – Pittsburgh Steelers – Louis Nix – DT – Notre Dame

The best nose tackle in the 2014 class and the Pittsburgh Steelers are able to get him in the second round.  A tremendous steal here for them as Louis Nix should really help them shore up a bad run defense from last season.

#47 – Dallas Cowboys – Xavier Su’a-Filo – OG – UCLA

This is a huge steal for the Dallas Cowboys.  Guard remains a position in need of attention for them and to get a strong, stout and technically-sound talent like Xavier Su’a-Filo this far into the second is a major boon.

#48 – Baltimore Ravens – Joel Bitonio – OT – Nevada

Offensive line continues to give the Baltimore Ravens problem.  Michael Oher is now gone so they need to shore up that front.  Joel Bitonio played left tackle at Nevada but he has the power and bend to switch to the right side or even kick inside to guard.

#49 – Detroit Lions (f/NYJ) – Timmy Jernigan – DT – Florida State

Fans didn’t have to wait long to get an answer about the Nick Fairley move.  The Detroit Lions find a more than adequate replacement for the defensive tackle with Timmy Jernigan.  Probably one of the best run blockers in the 2014 NFL mock draft, he will make a great compliment to Ndamukong Suh.  Less of a headache too.

#50 – Miami Dolphins – Jeremy Hill – RB – LSU

A true three-down running back is high on the list for the Miami Dolphins.  Jeremy Hill has some character concerns but the young man has the size, strength and vision to tote the rock like a true workhorse.

#51 – Chicago Bears – Deone Bucannon – SS – Washington State

The Bears are very fortunate that Deone Bucannon is still on the board.  While his game is in need of refinement, his ability to hit and cover the run coupled with great upside in coverage offer excellent long-term potential.

#52 – Arizona Cardinals – Zach Mettenberger – QB – LSU

They didn’t go quarterback in the first but the Arizona Cardinals do pull the trigger in the second.  Carson Palmer is aging quickly and Bruce Arians needs youth in the system.  Zach Mettenberger has the size and cannon arm he loves in his quarterbacks.

#53 – Green Bay Packers – Troy Niklas – TE – Notre Dame

Jermichael Finley is gone and the Green Bay Packers have a problem at tight end.  They need an athletic pass catch to help out Aaron Rodgers.  Troy Niklas didn’t have much production at Notre Dame but the tape shows he has the ability once in the right offense.

#54 – Philadelphia Eagles – Chris Borland – ILB – Wisconsin

DeMeco Ryans did not have a lot of success at inside linebacker for the Philadelphia Eagles last year.  That is a problem for this defense.  Chris Borland on the other hand has good athleticism, toughness and exceptional instincts.  A great leader as well.

#55 – Cincinnati Bengals – Scott Crichton – DE – Oregon State

Michael Johnson is gone so the depth at defensive end is a problem for the Cincinnati Bengals.  Scott Crichton would make an ideal solution.  He’s a perfect fit for their scheme, brings loads of energy and finds ways to the quarterback.

#56 – San Francisco 49ers (f/CHI) – Jeremiah Attaochu – OLB – Georgia Tech

Trade:  61st pick and RB LaMichael James to Bears for 56th pick

Again the San Francisco 49ers deal with Chicago to move up, except this time they give the Bears much needed help at running back.  In exchange they land Jeremiah Attaochu, a sleeper outside linebacker who could offer a solution to the Aldon Smith Problem.

#57 – San Diego Chargers – Daniel McCullers – DT – Tennessee

Nobody is talking about nose tackle Daniel McCullers and that is surprising.  He’s so big at 352 lbs but has so much quickness and strength that he is an ideal nose guard.  The San Diego Chargers show they aren’t fooled by adding him to the middle of their defense.

#58 – Indianapolis Colts – Lamarcus Joyner – S/CB – Florida State

Cornerback and safety are two areas in need of attention for the Indianapolis Colts.  Despite his size at 5’8″ Lamarcus Joyner makes so much sense because he showed at FloridaState he has the athleticism and instincts to play both.

#59 – New Orleans Saints – Jordan Matthews – WR – Vanderbilt

Adding some size to their wide receiving corps must be on the list for the New Orleans Saints.  Jordan Matthews makes a ton of sense for them.  He’s 6’3″ with good strength

#60 – Carolina Panthers – Morgan Moses – OT – Virginia

Huge need and stroke of good luck for the Carolina Panthers.  Jordan Gross retired and their offensive line is in danger of faltering.  Morgan Moses has the size and feet to play left tackle.  If his technique can be cleaned up, he’s a great replacement for Gross.

#61 – Chicago Bears (f/SF) – Trent Murphy – DE – Stanford

Nobody ever said you have to be a great athlete to be a great football player.  All anyone talks about is what Trent Murphy can’t do.  What about what he can do?  He sacks quarterbacks.  His frame, skill set and demeanor should appeal to Chicago since they just signed a certain All-Pro named Jared Allen who is a very similar type of player.

#62 – New England Patriots – DaQuan Jones – DT – Penn State

Adding more youth and athleticism to their front line is something the New England Patriots know they can’t ignore forever.  Having missed out on Hageman and Nix early, they make sure not to do so again.  DaQuan Jones has plenty of size and power to go along with quickness.

#63 – Denver Broncos – Gabe Jackson – OG – Mississippi State

Zane Beadles was a big loss for the Denver Broncos.  Interior blocking is critical to their running game and the protection of Peyton Manning.  Landing Gabe Jackson in the second round with his great size and power would add some attitude to their front.

#64 – Seattle Seahawks – Jack Mewhort – OT – Ohio State

Breno Giacomini was a tough loss for the Seattle Seahawks offensive line and must be replaced if they hope to keep Russell Wilson protected.  Jack Mewhort is their kind of guy.  Big, strong, with long arms to protect and a nasty streak in the run game.

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  • Firre Workcz

    Mosley and Savage for the Vikings? I like that. Mosley is worth the injury risk, as he could be an All Pro for a decade. Savage has the highest ceiling (next to Manziel) of the QBs, so why not him?

    • Erik Lambert

      We’re in agreement Firre.

  • David Mallow

    Love Tom Savage.. been watching him for a little while and he has all the tools to be a successful player in this league.. It might be a reach in the 2nd but im not against it,I think he’s a sleeper as well…nice choice

    • Erik Lambert

      Thank you. He’s exactly like Mettenberger in every way from the size to the arm strength to the pro style experience with one added dimension: he can move. Very underrated player who should do well under Norv Turner.

  • Bob

    I like the idea of the Raiders taking a safety, but don’t know if they will take one in the second round.

    • Erik Lambert

      They would get very good value beyond the second round. Better to take one here.

  • joe

    Demeco Ryans actually had a good year

    • Erik Lambert

      Statistically, which can be deceiving.

      • joe

        He was slow getting to the outside I know that

        • Erik Lambert

          Borland might not trump him early but his intelligence and instincts will eventually overcome that problem.

  • Johnny

    RB in 2nd round for Dolphins??? I like Hill.. 3 down back?? No, but would compliment Miller bigtime!!! 2nd round??? NO… But he will be available in the 4th round.. There should be 3-5 more RBs ahead of him.. Don’t forget he has RED FLAGS.. Then he violated his probation.. That alone should drop him an extra round or 2.. Maybe 5th round, but for sure 4th round.. And didn’t you pick CJ Mosley in the 1st?? Where THE OTACKLE???? It is our biggest need!!!

  • David

    Filo would be a great pick for Dallas..

    • Erik Lambert

      Yes it would.

  • octavia a henry

    With Saints pick okay he have size what about speed?

    • Erik Lambert

      Yes.

  • FJ doreza

    You have the 49er;s trading their pick and James for 58 which would be great for the Bears. James is a quick, agile RB with good speed but his size and build are not ideal. Besides I still prefer Ford who just needs a chance to show what he can do. Trent Murphy is one of my mock options but my first choice would be Kareem Martin who had good production and is a great athlete, something the Bears, or Emery always covet. My hope is to get Kyle Van Noy or Shazier, even trade up to get Van Noy since Shazier is an iffy first rounder because he plays LB more like a S but is such a great athlete. The Bears NEED a LB more than a S and a few good ones could be around later. Some of these players are LB, some CB but have the ability to play S. Ed Reynolds and Craig Loston could go 3-4th round. Telvin Smith and KP Louis are great athletes but small LB’s with the speed to play S. Dexter Moody is a 2 sport athlete with good size and speed and was a DEF. MVP in SIAC. Travis Carrie is a versatile enough athlete as he played both DB and KR and has the intelligence to learn any position in the secondary. De Ron Furr is a big S 6-3 230 who was slated to be a QB at Auburn but transferred to a small school to play S,LB, CB, a versatile and a very good athlete. The Bears like to think outside the box and will sometimes choose the best athlete to teach and fill a role.Carlos Fields LB Larry Webster DE, but my favorite pick that will be around late is Jericik McKinnon, a fast, quick RB 4.3′s, 40 vert. 11 jump, 32 reps he’s built for the NFL at 5-9 210 and is as versatile as they come. He played RB/QB and can be used as a WR/KR, he even played some DB..this is an Emery pick..

    • Erik Lambert

      I agree Martin is more athletic than Murphy but I just think Murphy is a better football player. He plays nasty, goes full speed all the time and never stops working. Martin is too inconsistent for me. I know linebacker is an overlooked need but this class should yield some respectable talent in the 3rd or 4th rounds. I don’t doubt the Bears will continue to target athletes but when they see a good player they’ll still take him if the value is high enough. Ask Jared Allen.

  • Eddie Currie

    The Bears somehow add four players in the first two rounds (Hageman, Bucannon, Murphy, and LaMichael James), fill three of their biggest issues with very talented players (DT, S, backup RB), and still have six picks to work with to move up to grab who they like and fill depth. We can only hope to be so lucky! Pierre Desir / Bashaud Breeland in the 3rd, Caraun Reid / Jordan Tripp in the 4th, Jason Bromley / Jeff Matthews in the 6th!

    • Erik Lambert

      The best part is the idea isn’t totally crazy. San Fran may hang onto James until the draft for just that reason.

  • Don Andrew Halvorson

    Seriously unreasonable for Savage in the second with Mettenberger still on the board. No one will take Savage before we pick in the four round. Bad choice.

    • Erik Lambert

      A fellow Viking fan below disagrees with you.

  • PJ_CA

    If the Steelers could somehow get Darquez in Rd 1 and Nix in Rd 2, I would be doing a happy dance all the way until January

    • Erik Lambert

      I wouldn’t blame you.

      • PJ_CA

        LOL, I know everyone loves giving QBs weapons, but c’mon – these are the Steelers. We win on Defense, and our D is OLD and SLOW. We can get a decent WR in the 3rd or 4th rd in a deep WR draft (*cough* Antonio Brown rd 6 *cough*). The D needs upgrades, a 1st rd corner and a 2nd rd DT go a long way toward fixing what ails the Steelers D. Throw in an OLB value pick, and another DB and we should be good.

        • Erik Lambert

          Well I felt corner was their biggest need and addressed it accordingly. Then in the 2nd when I saw Nix still there I knew they would never pass on him.

          • PJ_CA

            I seriously hope this is the way the draft shakes out. McLendon is not the answer to who’s filling Hampton’s enormous shoes, neither is Cam Thomas. If we could steal Nix in the 2nd I think he could look more like “Big Snack” and maybe, dare I say, Ngata?
            But yes, a DB in Rd 1 is the ONLY option. That secondary needs a SERIOUS upgrade. If we can get Darquez in the 1st and MAYBE Verrett in the 3rd – the happy dance continues until NEXT draft day

          • Erik Lambert

            Verrett goes in the second. Too talented to slip to the 3rd. Honestly if Nix isn’t there in the 2nd I’d take Daniel McCullers if I’m Pittsburgh.

          • PJ_CA

            I dunno, if not Nix, then I prefer Jernigan, he’s a little light for a Steelers NT, but if he can add 20-30 lbs he could be something. McCullers may be too big to be effective at the point of attack.

          • Erik Lambert

            Jernigan doesn’t have the frame to add that much weight. Remember, he’s only 6’2″. McCullers may be big but he’s much quicker than people think. If he could shave off a few pounds I’d bet he can handle the point of attack just fine.

          • PJ_CA

            LOL, McCullers definitely has the size to handle 2 maybe 3 blockers – allowing Cam Heyward and Ol’ #99 (if he gets resigned after June 1st as I expect) to get to the RBs and QBs easier. Maybe even get Jarvis Jones to make an appearance

          • Erik Lambert

            That would be the plan.

  • Old Frog

    Would love to see Su’a-Filo but I don’t think he’ll make it to 47. Some mocks even have him at the bottom of the first. Another reason to take Martin at 16 if available.

    • Erik Lambert

      I think Su’a-Filo or Gabe Jackson will be there for the Cowboys in the second.

  • brian basile

    My Mock

    16
    S HA HA CLINTON-DIX
    ALABAMA
    47
    DE TRENT MURPHY
    STANFORD
    78
    DT DAQUAN JONES
    PENN STATE
    119
    G DAKOTA DOZIER
    FURMAN
    158
    QB BRETT SMITH
    WYOMING
    229
    WR DEVIN STREET
    PITTSBURGH
    231
    FB J.C. COPELAND
    LSU
    238
    DE CHRIS MCCALLISTER
    BAYLOR
    248
    G RYAN GROY
    WISCONSIN
    251
    RB DRI ARCHER
    KENT STATE
    254
    RB HENRY JOSEY
    MISSOURI

  • Speaksnow

    Swap mettenberger and savage

    • Erik Lambert

      Disagree. Savage might not have the better tape but he has everything Mettenberger does from body to arm plus he can actually run.

      • Speaksnow

        Vikings love Mettenberger. I wouldn’t be surprised if they move up to the bottom of the first round. Savage is a project. Vikings can’t wait. Arizona has Palmer, and can wait. When has Turner ever had a scrambling QB?

        • Erik Lambert

          Let me ask you then do you think Turner would’ve much preferred Aikman or RIvers could move?

          • Speaksnow

            In all seriousness, and it pains me to say this being the Jet fan I am, I’m guessing if you let him choose a QB from the last 30 years Dan Mariono would be at the top of his list.

            So Mettenberger is Mettenberger, and Savage is Aikman. I actually see the first, except Mettenberger is coming out with much better machanics than Rivers did. But give me a break on Aikman. You are really comparing Savage to a first pick overall HOF QB? Additionally, everything I’ve read about Savage is that he is inaccurate throwing on the run!

            Both of these guys are long shots to even modest NFL career, so comparing them to very successful QBs seems silly. With that said, I actually believe Norm likes the pocket passing gun slinger, which Aikman wasn’t. Thus the Marino selection.

          • Erik Lambert

            If you recall Aikman was just as bad early in his career at Dallas. If we’re talking comparable skill sets then Savage has everything Aikman did save for the pinpoint accuracy. That really isn’t his fault because he hasn’t had the consistent coaching Troy did. I believe Savage can be a pocket passer once a coach teaches him to get the clock in his head settled. The added bonus of keeping a play alive is something I believe Turner would get behind.

  • ApexSteel

    Pittsburgh doesn’t need a nose tackle. Why waste a high round pick on a two down player that can’t play in our sub-packages?

    • Erik Lambert

      Because you’re really the first Steeler fans I’ve come across who disagrees with the pick.

      • ApexSteel

        I didn’t say I was. I’m just saying it’s not a good pick.

        • Erik Lambert

          That’s your opinion and you’re welcome to it.

          • ApexSteel

            Obviously. You’re the one who felt the need to respond sarcastically. So sensative…

          • Erik Lambert

            No sarcasm intended. Believe me, I’ve heard way worse from people. Jaguars fans are the worst. At least Steelers fans offer a legitimate argument.

          • ApexSteel

            Fans of terrible franchises always get a little antsy around draft time. Don’t even worry about it.

          • Erik Lambert

            Oh I don’t. It’s actually entertaining more than anything.

          • Jarrett

            I like the jags….

          • Erik Lambert

            Are you going to insult me every time I publish an article that talks about your team?

          • Jarrett

            I’m sorry Erik if that offended you, I was just simply stating that I like the jaguars.

          • Erik Lambert

            Believe me, Jarrett, I’ve heard WAY worse from Jaguar fans over the past couple months. I’m merely saying if you debate with me about the team, I welcome it. If you call me an idiot and a scourge upon the earth without listing valid reasons, it’s going to be hard for us to be friends.

    • Matthew Heuser

      Steelers need everything and a value pick like nix in the second round somebody who is normally top 20 pick in other mocks. That’s a no brainer.

      • ApexSteel

        The Steelers need a couple Corners, a Wide-out, a D-End, A change of pace back, and some linebacker depth. Louis Nix at 6-2 331 lbs with a 5.4 40 time can’t play any of those positions

        • Matthew Heuser

          You just said what I said. Steelers need everything

          • ApexSteel

            5 positions in particular with Nix not fitting any of them. How is that what you said?

          • Matthew Heuser

            You’re kind of a douche aren’t you. I’m not a steeler fan but I watched every single game of there’s last year. And they need EVERYTHING. Just bc you didn’t say DT doesn’t mean they don’t need it. Steelers trademark is defense. And a run stopping force is where you start. They got burned in every aspect of the game.

          • ApexSteel

            I’m just responding kid. Don’t get mad because you don’t know what you said. And if you watched them so much you would see that they don’t stay in the base 3-4 enough for Louis Nix (once again 6-2, 331 5.4 40 time) to be worth a second round pick. We play a lot of big nickle which is how Shamarko Thomas got so many snaps. McClendon will be fine.

  • Jarod Cook

    I liked your previous mock for the first 2 rounds of the Browns, over this one. At #4 Matthews is a player who can step in and provide impact right away. The big concern I’ve got is at #26 Bridgewater, I liked how you had the Browns being patient and taking Garoppolo in the second. They still have both of them scheduled for private workouts coming up, but I believe Garoppolo to be the more dynamic of the 2. I also like your pick of Moncrief, he has the ability to be Gordon 2.0, and would make for a great addition in the receiver corp. I’m still more of a fan of Jordan Matthews, but it’s like choosing between 1A and 1B, both are big body WR’s who would look good in orange and brown.

    • Erik Lambert

      I understand the trepidation on Bridgewater but you have to understand up until recently this kid was universally considered a top 10 pick. To get him at #26 is tremendous value. He’s got everything you need from the arm to the athleticism and production. I really don’t think his pro day showed who he truly is. The kid is a winner.

      Matthews would make a tremendous pairing to Joe Thomas and an eventual replacement when the time comes. Moncrief is one of my favorite receivers in this draft. Indeed he is a lot like Matthews but I would say he has a little higher athletic ceiling. A great #2 who could be a #1 on some teams.

      • Jarod Cook

        The Browns have already worked all the top other QB’s, and with both Bridgewater’s and Garoppolo’s private workouts still to be held. Both still have a chance to prove their worth, Bridgewater more so then others. And yes he’s still considered by most to be one of the top talents in the draft. But I’ve grown a little hesitant towards him, and get flashbacks of the Brady Quinn pick. Doesn’t really matter which QB they choose to me, as long as they work out. I like so many other Browns fans have grown tired of the carousel of QB’s in Cleveland, and would like to see some consistency at the position.
        With Hoyer coming back from injury and having up and down play in such a small sample size last year, it’s hard to tell if he’s the QB of the future or just another name to add to the list. He’s the only real QB on the roster now, but needs some competition to show he deserves the starting job. If he wins the job out of camp fine, just don’t want to hear after a bad game early in the season let’s bring in the rookie. On the other hand if it’s the end of the season and there’s nothing left to play for then go ahead and give the rookie some experience.

        • Erik Lambert

          I’m in agreement. Starting a rookie right away is almost never a good idea unless it’s Andrew Luck. The thing about the Browns organization is they seem to expect instant results every time they change things. It doesn’t work that way. Get a coach, get a quarterback and let it breath for a couple seasons to see where it goes. Trust that the scouts were right.

          • Jarod Cook

            Patience isn’t a virtue in the Browns organization. No team has had more turnover then them in the past decade. I hope they at least give new coach and GM 3-4 years to get the ball rolling before they think about change again. It takes time to get a system in place, and get your players in that system. At least they got most of the pieces in place and one of the youngest teams in the NFL, so the skies the limit.

  • 3kolu

    Mixed emotions with the Savage pick, I believe he could be a franchise type QB given time to develop. He could fit nicely with Turner, however I’d wait till the 3rd and go after a safety or shutdown CB with size here.

  • conserve1

    Can you please share the ganja?