Apr 26, 2013; New York, NY, USA; NFL former player Deion Sanders announces the number sixty overall pick to the Atlanta Falcons during the 2013 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

2014 NFL Mock Draft Tally and Review


All seven rounds are complete and now comes review time for the 2014 NFL mock draft.  How did your team fair?

Arizona Cardinals

Dee Ford – DE – Auburn

Zach Mettenberger – QB – LSU

Phillip Gaines – CB – Rice

Dri Archer – WR – KentState

Wesley Johnson – OT – Vanderbilt

James White – RB – Wisconsin

Atlanta Falcons

Jadeveon Clowney – DE – South Carolina

Ja’Wuan James – OT – Tennessee

C.J. Fiedorowicz – TE – Iowa

Mo Alexander – SS – UtahState

Chris Smith – OLB – Arkansas

Deion Belue – CB – Alabama

Antonio Andrews – RB – Western Kentucky

Chandler Jones – WR – San JoseState

Xavier Grimble – TE – USC

Baltimore Ravens

Kelvin Benjamin – WR – FloridaState

Joel Bitonio – OT – Nevada

Marcus Martin – C – USC

Brock Vereen – FS – Minnesota

Marcus Roberson – CB – Florida

Justin Ellis – DT – Louisiana Tech

Robert Herron – WR – Wyoming

Brandon Dixon – CB – NW Missouri St.

Buffalo Bills

Greg Robinson – OT – Auburn

Martavis Bryant – WR – Clemson

A.J. McCarron – QB – Alabama

Jordan Tripp – OLB – Montana

Charles Sims – RB – West Virginia

Reggie Jordan – TE – Missouri Western

Carolina Panthers 

Brandin Cooks – WR – OregonState

Morgan Moses – OT – Virginia

Rashaad Reynolds – CB – OregonState

Jared Abbrederis – WR – Wisconsin

Kenny Ladler – FS – Vanderbilt

Jerick McKinnon – RB – Georgia Southern

Bene Benwikere – CB – San Jose St.

Blake Annen – TE – Cincinnati

Chicago Bears 

Ra’Shede Hageman – DT – Minnesota

Deone Bucannon – SS – WashingtonState

(Trade)  LaMichael James – RB

Trent Murphy – DE – Stanford

Pierre Desir – CB – Lindenwood

Jeff Janis – WR – SaginawValley

Walt Aikens – CB – Liberty

Max Bullough – ILB – MichiganState

Marcel Jensen – TE – FresnoState

Garrett Gilbert – QB – SMU

Shamar Stephen – DT – Connecticut

Justin Britt – OT – Missouri

Cincinnati Bengals 

Derek Carr – QB – FresnoState

Scott Crichton – DE – OregonState

Laurent Duvernay-Tardif – OT – McGill

Travis Carrie – CB – Ohio

Nat Berhe – SS – San DiegoState

Aaron Colvin – CB – Oklahoma

Jason Bromley – DT – Syracuse

Vinnie Sunseri – SS – Alabama

Cleveland Browns

Jake Matthews – OT – Texas A&M

Teddy Bridgewater – QB – Louisville

Donte Moncrief – WR – Ole Miss

Stanley Jean-Baptiste – CB – Nebraska

Ka’Deem Carey – RB – Arizona

Dion Bailey – FS – USC

Carl Bradford – OLB – ArizonaState

Chris Watt – OG – Notre Dame

Cassius Marsh – DE – UCLA

Jeff Mathews – QB – Cornell

Dallas Cowboys 

Kony Ealy – DE – Missouri

Xavier Su’a-Filo – OG – UCLA

Dezmen Southward – SS – Wisconsin

Kareem Martin – DE – North Carolina

Bruce Ellington – WR – South Carolina

Yawin Smallwood – LB – Connecticut

Bruce Gaston – DT – Purdue

Denicos Allen – OLB – MichiganState

Eathyn Manumaleuna – DT – BYU

Luke Lucas – OT – KansasState

Denver Broncos 

Ryan Shazier – OLB – OhioState

Gabe Jackson – OG – MississippiState

Dominique Easley – DT – Florida

E.J. Gaines – CB – Missouri

Larry Webster – DE – Bloomsburg

Steele Divitto – ILB – BostonCollege

Rajion Neal – RB – Tennnessee

Detroit Lions 

Sammy Watkins – WR – Clemson

Timmy Jernigan – DT – FloridaState

Billy Turner – OT – North DakotaState

Craig Loston – SS – LSU

Caraun Reid – DT – Princeton

Lamin Barrow – OLB – LSU

Bryan Stork – C – FloridaState

Ethan Westbrooks – DE – West Texas A&M

Green Bay Packers 

Stephon Tuitt – DE – Notre Dame

Troy Niklas – TE – Notre Dame

Jonathan Dowling – SS – Western Kentucky

Jarvis Landry – WR – LSU

Shayne Skov – ILB – Stanford

Michael Schofield – OT – Michigan

Josh Mauro – DE – Stanford

Gregory Ducre – CB – Washington

Demetrius Rhaney – C – Tennessee St.

Houston Texans 

Johnny Manziel – QB – Texas A&M

Demarcus Lawrence – DE – BoiseState

Jason Verrett – CB – TCU

Antonio Richardson – OT – Tennessee

Jaylen Watkins – CB – Florida

T.J. Jones – WR – Notre Dame

Lache Seastrunk – RB – Baylor

Anthony Denham – TE – Utah

Avery Williamson – ILB – Kentucky

Jon Halapio – OG – Florida

Tre Boston – SS – North Carolina

CairoSantos – K – Tulane

Indianapolis Colts 

Lamarcus Joyner – S/CB – FloridaState

Weston Richburg – C – ColoradoState

Alfred Blue – RB – LSU

Shaquil Barrett – OLB – ColoradoState

Mike Pennel – DT – Colorado State-Pueblo

Jacksonville Jaguars

Blake Bortles – QB – UCF

Kyle Van Noy – OLB – BYU

Tre Mason – RB – Auburn

Travis Swanson – C – Arkansas

Devin Street – WR – Pitt

Jordan Zumwalt – ILB – UCLA

George Uko – DT – USC

Victor Hampton – CB – South Carolina

Logan Thomas – QB – Virginia Tech

Shaq Evans – WR – UCLA

Kansas City Chiefs 

Odell Beckham Jr. – WR – LSU

Trai Turner – OG – LSU

Adrian Hubbard – OLB – Alabama

Lonnie Ballentine – FS – Memphis

John Urschel – OG – PennState

Miami Dolphins 

Zack Martin – OT – Notre Dame

Jeremy Hill – RB – LSU

Ego Ferguson – DT – LSU

Ahmad Dixon – SS – Baylor

Gabe Ikard – C – Oklahoma

Charles Leno – OT – BoiseState

Aaron Lynch – DE – South Florida

Kendall James – CB – Maine

Minnesota Vikings 

C.J. Mosley – ILB – Alabama

Tom Savage – QB – Pitt

Bashaud Breeland – CB – Clemson

Andre Williams – RB – BostonCollege

Will Sutton – DT – ArizonaState

James Hurst – OT – North Carolina

Isaiah Lewis – SS – MichiganState

Jacob Pedersen – TE – Wisconsin

New England Patriots 

Austin Seferian-Jenkins – TE – Washington

DaQuan Jones – DT – PennState

Russell Bodine – G/C – North Carolina

Will Clarke – DE – West Virginia

Storm Johnson – RB – UCF

Todd Washington – CB – Washington

Richard Rodgers – TE – Cal

New Orleans Saints 

Bradley Roby – CB – OhioState

Jordan Matthews – WR – Vanderbilt

Jackson Jeffcoat – DE – Texas

Preston Brown – ILB – Louisville

Tyler Larsen – C – UtahState

James Gayle – DE – Virginia Tech

Chris Boswell – K – Rice

New York Giants 

Aaron Donald – DT – Pitt

Jace Amaro – TE – Texas Tech

Dakota Dozier – OG – Furman

Christian Jones – ILB – FloridaState

Ross Cockrell – CB – Duke

L’Damian Washington – WR – Missouri

De’Anthony Thomas – RB – Oregon

New York Jets 

Eric Ebron – TE – North Carolina

Keith McGill – CB – Nevada

Cyril Richardson – OG – Baylor

Paul Richardson – WR – Colorado

Marqueston Huff – FS – Wyoming

Chris Davis – CB – Auburn

Andrew Jackson – ILB – Western Kentucky

Kain Colter – WR – Northwestern

Brett Smith – QB – Wyoming

Joe Don Duncan – TE – Dixie St.

Morgan Breslin – OLB – USC

Oakland Raiders 

Khalil Mack – OLB – Buffalo

Jimmie Ward – SS – NIU

Allen Robinson – WR – PennState

Aaron Murray – QB – Georgia

Brock Coyle – MLB – Montana

Zach Fulton – OG – OhioState

Solomon Patton – WR – Florida

Philadelphia Eagles 

Calvin Pryor – FS – Louisville

Chris Borland – ILB – Wisconsin

Nevin Lawson – CB – UtahState

Prince Shembo – OLB – Notre Dame

John Brown – WR – PittsburghState

Pittsburgh Steelers 

Darqueze Dennard – CB – MichiganState

Louis Nix – DT – Notre Dame

Colt Lyerla – TE – Oregon

Ed Stinson – DE – Alabama

Howard Jones – OLB – Shepard

Josh Huff – WR – Oregon

Matt Pachan – OT – BostonCollege

Shaquille Richardson – CB – Arizona

Cody Hoffman – WR – BYU

St. Louis Rams 

Taylor Lewan – OT – Michigan

(Trade) Nick Fairley – DT

Ha Ha Clinton-Dix – FS – Alabama

Davante Adams – WR – FresnoState

Bishop Sankey – RB – Washington

Antone Exum – CB – Virginia Tech

Brandon Thomas – OT – Clemson

Khairi Fortt – OLB – Cal

Jay Prosch – FB – Auburn

Ricardo Allen – CB – Purdue

Crockett Gilmore – TE – Colorado St.

Seantavius Jones – WR – Valdosta St.

Andrew Norwell – OG – OhioState

San Diego Chargers 

Kyle Fuller – CB – Virginia Tech

Daniel McCullers – DT – Tennessee

Trevor Reilly – OLB – Utah

Kevin Norwood – WR – Alabama

Spencer Long – OG – Nebraska

Jalen Saunders – WR – Oklahoma

Cameron Fleming – OT – Stanford

San Francisco 49ers 

Justin Gilbert – CB – OklahomaState

Jeremiah Attaochu – OLB – Georgia Tech

Cody Lattimer – WR – Indiana

Brandon Coleman – WR – Rutgers

Brent Urban – DE – Virginia

Jonotthan Harrison – C – Florida

Seattle Seahawks 

Marqise Lee – WR – USC

Jack Mewhort – OT – OhioState

Kelcy Quarles – DT – South Carolina

Bennett Jackson – CB – Notre Dame

Brandon Linder – OG – Miami (Fla.)

Trey Burton – TE – Florida

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Mike Evans – WR – Texas A&M

Jimmy Garoppolo – QB – EIU

David Yankey – OG – Stanford

Anthony Johnson – DT – LSU

Jake Murphy – TE – Utah

Michael Campanaro – WR – WakeForest

Tennessee Titans 

Anthony Barr – OLB – UCLA

Carlos Hyde – RB – OhioState

Loucheiz Purifoy – CB – Florida

Seantrel Henderson – OT – Miami

Keith Wenning – QB – BallState

Derrell Johnson – OLB – East Carolina

Washington Redskins

Cyrus Kouandjio – OT – Alabama

Terrence Brooks – FS – FloridaState

Telvin Smith – OLB – FloridaState

DeAndre Coleman – DT – Cal

Anthony Steen – OG – Alabama

Kirby Van Der Kamp – P – Iowa State

To review the player descriptions for every team in this 2014 NFL mock draft, click the rounds below.

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  • Bob

    Raiders looks good. I may add defense in round seven rather than another WR.

    • Erik Lambert

      I understand but I feel free agency favored the defense so their priorities must be upgrading as much as possible around Matt Schaub. Patton can be a great weapon for him.

      • Bob

        As long as Moore gets traded/cut.

        • Erik Lambert

          I’m still amazed they somehow convinced Seattle to take Pryor.

          • Mike

            The Raiders get the last pick of the draft “Mr Irrelevant” and the Seattle gets “Soon to be Mr Irrelevant” unless he changes positions….
            Irrelevant

          • Erik Lambert

            The Texans have the last pick of the draft, but I see your point.

          • Mike

            Yep. Forgot the Comp picks. Will be fun to see which player lasts longer….pick or Pryor

          • Erik Lambert

            Will be hard for Pryor to see the field. Wilson is still young and apparently durable. He’s entrenched for the future.

          • anon76returns

            Not a lot of players can take the ball 93 yards to the house against the Steelers D. I don’t know if he’ll be on the QB depth chart in Seattle, though he certainly fits their mold of mobile, strong-armed QBs.

          • Erik Lambert

            I get that but I thought they already had Tarvaris Jackson for that.

  • Chad

    The only changes I’d make for Dallas is Easley or Sutton over Southward and a taller receiver like Abbrederis or Norwood over Ellington. Other than that you’ve got 3 guys that should make decent contributions for us next year.

    • Erik Lambert

      Norwood isn’t as quick as Beasley yet but his athletic ability will be nightmarish to handle once his football instincts catch up.

      • Chad

        Is there a specific big board you like to go to for these? A sort of ” Ol Faithful “

  • mccall316

    Oakland has a great shot at getting back into the 6th round with the 3 picks in the 7th. Overall I like the mock and think they have a good shot at landing most of them. I don’t know if Mack will be on the board at 5th. If not, I hope they take one of the offensive tackles or trade down for added picks. I do agree with Bob, defense must be the focus especially if the first pick is an o-lineman. One WR and a QB is all they can look at in later rounds.

  • Jake

    My question is when all these iOS running backs are coming off the board rounds 3-6 and the bears trade away a 3rd round pick when some experts say this is the deepest dead they’ve ever seen??? Why we could keep that 3rd get another DT S or CB and still get probably a better rb than James in the 4-6th rounds looks like to me a 49er fan analyst made that trade for the bears I give it a C- for trading for James instead of using tha pick to get another cb like Stanley Jean baptiste

    • Erik Lambert

      Sorry, Jake but I don’t think this draft warrants a C- just because I didn’t get a running back you preferred. I filled every conceivable draft need for the team including two defensive tackles, a big, physical safety, two athletic corners, a physical and vocal leader at middle linebacker, a major upside tight end, a quarterback for Trestman to groom, another 6’3″ receiver (with speed) and even a developmental tackle.

      As for James, what do you hate so much about him? He’s only 24-years old and has barely played during his time in San Francisco. When he has he’s averaged 4.7 yards per carry and is a receiving threat out of the backfield. He’s a perfect fit for the Trestman offense.

      • Jake

        Fair enough I thought we gave up a 3rd rounder for James from looking at where u had his name places on the list of draftees I was just thinki that giving up a 3rd for an unknown when you could get one of the best rbs In college football for a 4-6 round but I see I was wrong i like the other picks but giving up say a 3rd round with this draft being so deep in my opinion would bump it down from b+ to c- but I was wrong, this series of mocks has been interesting and holding me over till the draft ur still one of my top favs always do ur homework and usually a great read no matter how different my opinion haha keep it up me lambert!

        • Erik Lambert

          No problem, Jake. I merely gave up draft position for James. The 49ers wanted to move up, they had James to deal and the Bears needed help at running back. It was a fair trade. I’m glad I’ve been keeping you occupied. This “extra two weeks” BS is beginning to wear on me. Thanks for the confidence.

  • Jake

    I mean Kadeem Carey is arguably the best rb in the draft and u don’t have him coming off the board till 4th I would take the leading rusher in the NCAA over James

    • Erik Lambert

      Teams are going to hesitate on him because of his lack of speed. Not saying that’s right or wrong, but that’s what happened to Alfred Morris who is a very similar kind of player. Andre Williams meanwhile has ZERO receiving ability, a must in the Trestman system.

  • Tom Ward

    How did the Bears get 11 picks? I see the one trade but one trade adding 4 more picks? What am I missing?

    • Erik Lambert

      They traded their high sixth round pick for three seventh rounders from San Francisco.

    • Erik Lambert

      The first trade drew three extra picks from the 49ers. The second sent a 5th to Carolina to move up and grab Hageman. The final trade sent their high 6th rounder to San Francisco for three of their 7th rounders.

      • Tom Ward

        OK, well you sure have the Bears busy this draft! That took a lot of time and thought – I can not wait to see what really happens. Can not get here soon enough for me!

        • Erik Lambert

          I feel trading is one of the great draws of the draft and feel mocks should include them. Personally, I feel the Bears want to move back for more picks but naturally it will depend on the situation. This year is going to be fun!

  • dolphinmofo

    You made Jeff Ireland look good.

    • Erik Lambert

      Disagree.

      • dolphinmofo

        You gave us a starting rt and a good rb. Everyone else will struggle for playing time maybe even our final roster. You didn’t address mlb te wr or fs.

        • dolphinmofo

          Or guard

          • dolphinmofo

            It’s funny how you respond to everything except the truth. Chicken s*** little bears fan

          • Erik Lambert

            Easy, mofo. Unlike you, I don’t have to resort to name calling. I got your comment and understand your feelings. However, I do have a life and sometimes it takes me awhile to respond. In my mind I got the Dolphins a lineman in Martin who can start anywhere they need him, a workhorse running back, some needed youth at defensive tackle after the loss of Soliai, a safety to help replace Clemons, two more O-lineman with great upside who can provide stability where there is none, a pass rusher with huge upside and a corner who can add some needed youth to the position.

            Your ramblings about a frantic search for receivers and tight ends is a tad overreacting. There are plenty of cheap free agents tight ends still available they can look to and I believe their receiving corps was handcuffed by that offensive line last season. Wallace still had 930 yards despite Tannehill getting knocked around. Imagine what he and the others will do if Tannehill has time.

            Peace be with you.

          • dolphinmofo

            Sorry. Out of line on my part. Alcohol and mock drafts don’t mix. I still disagree but I’ll drop it.

          • Erik Lambert

            Fair enough.

  • Howard Willis

    I don;t like this scenerio for Dallas at all, and we have 11 picks not 10…

    • Erik Lambert

      Fair enough, Willis. But they made some trades in this mock, so they came out with the number of players they have.

  • anon76returns

    For the Broncos I like Shazier and EJ Gaines a lot.

    With the news that Orlando Franklin is moving to LG, Jackson would not longer be such a great fit in the second (and now they need a RT).

    Easley will be buried on the bench behind Knighton, Vickerson, Williams, Unrein, Fua, and Wolfe & Knighton on nickel snaps. Can’t justify a 3rd rounder on a player with such long odds to even see the field.

    I have Webster as a mid 7th-rounder, so taking him in the fifth would not please me. And again, the Bronco’s D line is pretty good this year- at DE we have Ware & Q Smith on the left, and Wolfe & Knighton on the right in base (Miller takes RE in nickel). Better to spend that pick somewhere else, like CB. Aaron Colvin would be a nice insurance policy to tuck away there.

    Divitto I’ve never heard of (my LB board goes 58 deep, and he isn’t on it), but he looks to be extremely duplicative of Nate Irving. I’d rather see some WR or O line talent here.

    I have nothing on Rajion Neal, but am generally opposed to the Broncos picking up another RB this year. We have three on the roster from the last two rookie classes. If we absolutely need another RB, we can pick up a vet, otherwise I’d rather spend the 7th rounder elsewhere, hopefully a guy with ST talent. Or I’d love another big, fast WR. With Mathews, Moncrief, Bryant, Janis and Norwood unavailable, I’d take Enunwa in the 7th.

  • DAPAKRZ

    I’m not sure what Mr. Lambert is smokin’ but I am sure that it is not a legal substance. Ted Thompson is going to draft a Golden Domer 13 places out of “big board position” for a position of abundance and let higher rated players Shazier and Pryor fall to the competition when both would fill a position of need? TT NEVER reaches. He’ll get value for his first round pick for a position of need or he’ll trade the pick away. If Shazier or Pryor are on the board, they won’t get past Green Bay. And two Golden Domers in the first two rounds? Really? Look at the number of Domers on Green Bay’s current roster. There will be the exact same number on GB’s roster after this year’s draft. Domers don’t fare too well in the modern-day NFL and the good GM’s all know it. I’m not sure what kind of Packer hater you are Mr. Lambert but it’s likely one from either Minnesota or Dallas where your brain has either been frozen or fried.

    • Erik Lambert

      Pryor went before Green Bay picked and Shazier is a 4-3 outside linebacker who doesn’t project to a 3-4 as well. Tuitt on the other hand can play every position in that front for the Packers. He’s big, powerful, long and fast. You say they don’t draft Domers. Maybe they should. Harrison Smith and Kyle Rudolph certainly give them problems. You may view Tuitt as a reach but if not for a badly timed late-season injury he’s a top 15 pick easy. Niklas meanwhile has all the physical tools Tyler Eifert did coming out of college. His team just didn’t bother to throw his way very often. You say TT never reaches then what do you call the Nick Perry pick two years ago? He clearly wasn’t the ideal fit for your team and he’s played like it ever since.

      For the record, I don’t smoke and don’t call me Mister. Erik will suffice just fine. Have a nice day.

  • Avian Carpenter

    I’m Happy you aren’t the saints GM on RB in your mock draft for the saints and we have to replace Sproles

    • Erik Lambert

      Running back is not their primary issue. Darren Sproles was a luxury, Avian. He did a lot of good things for them, but they will survive just fine without him.

      • Amar S.

        You’re kidding right? I’m not a Saints fan, but I can explain to you how having an efficient 3rd down RB / receiving RB is an important part of any team. Sproles probably is the biggest mismatch in the league.. What I mean by that, is typically defensive coordinators counter RBs with LBs right? No LB can cover Sproles. You put a corner on him or switch to a dime package, how easy is it for Brees to see that mismatch and audible into a run? (Corners and safeties are easier for linemen to block).

        You can see the impact of losing a receiving HB by watching the Patriots vs Bengals game last season (I mostly only watch Pats games). Without Vereen, Pats couldn’t convert on 3rd down, which really shows how much Woodhead would was missed. Right now, I don’t think the Saints have another RB like Sproles on their roster; therefore I believe they’re gonna replace him. Just my opinion as a fan though.

        • Erik Lambert

          Then let me ask you this, Amar. Do you think given the nature of the running back position as it is that they won’t be able to find a player like that in undrafted free agency?

          • Amar S.

            That’s like saying every team with needs might as well sign players through free agency rather than drafting them at a certain round for better talent..

  • Jarod Cook

    Overall you have the Browns doing good and getting talent and depth for the team. The only pick I really disagree with is the Bridgewater pick, and would rather see them take Garopollo. Got them double tapping QB in the 7th to add depth, but would have rather seen then take Smith or Thomas in the 6th. I’d also like to see them sign Guiten to UFA contract and bring him to spring training, IMO he’s a better QB then Miller and OSU should’ve stuck with him. He’ll also add some more depth and competition to the QB position.

  • Allison Bell

    I thought the Chiefs had 6 picks this year?

  • Paul Newbold

    Keith McGill in the second for the Jets? Seriously? I know some scouting reports have him going in the third, others as low as the mid 4th. From what I’ve seen (very little film), he’s quite raw, footwork concerns to go along with technique issues. Don’t you see this pick as sort of a stretch Erik?