2014 NFL Mock Draft Top 10 - Version 4

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Posted by 69ingChimpmunks (113 posts) -

1. Jacksonville Jaguars - Teddy Bridgewater, QB

No brainer the Jaguars want him and they will take him if he is available.

2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Marcus Mariota, QB

Glennon just hasn't been impressive and with their head coach on his way out, Expect the new head coach to start over yet again with a new rookie quarterback. Mariota has a great arm, good accuracy, and is a huge threat with his legs. He'd be great pick up for them.

3. Minnesota Vikings - Johnny Manziel, QB

Say what you want about him, Manziel is a beast and has always played well against tough competition. The quarterback desperate Vikings would love to have him.

4. New York Giants - Jadeveon Clowney, DE

Offensive line problems can be fixed when everyone is healthy. Clowney is too good to pass up, Especially for a team that thrives when they have a dominate defensive line. Clowney can be a center piece for years to come.

5. Pittsburgh Steelers - Louis Nix, DT

Nix is a flat out run blocker, something the Steelers have failed to do on defense, and would be a great addition to their aging defense.

6. Houston Texans - Jake Matthews, OT

Where do you go if you are the Texans? The top quarterbacks are gone, You are set at receiver and tight end, and your defense is solid as well, and there is no running back worth taking this high. Their offensive line allowed 22 sacks so far so why not fix it. Matthews is the best offensive lineman in the draft so why not take him.

7. St. Louis Rams (from Washington) - Cyrus Kouandjio, OT

Kouandjio is a great run blocker who could help bring life to their struggling run and can protect the quarterback well. He'd be a great addition to their offensive line.

8. Atlanta Falcons - Anthony Barr, OLB

The linebacker position has been a problem with the Falcons so expect them to take the best linebacker in the draft. Barr is a flat out beast and is well worth a top 10 pick.

9. Buffalo Bills - Taylor Lewan, OT

They have their franchise quarterback and now they have to protect him. Lewan can do just that.

10. Cleveland Browns - Mike Evans, WR

Adding Evans gives them a great big man receiver who would be a nice addition opposite of Gordon. He's just too good to pass up, Especially for a team who hasn't had any legit threats at receiver in many years.