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2014 NFL Mock Draft: Second Round

Here’s the Second Round of our 2014 NFL Mock Draft.

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 Teddy Bridgewater





 Stephon Tuitt


 Notre Dame 



 Jason Verrett 





 Jimmy Garoppolo


 Eastern Illinois



 Demarcus Lawrence   


 Boise State



 Cyrus Kouandjio   





 Tom Savage  





 Bradley Roby    


 Ohio State



 Kelvin Benjamin 


 Florida State



 Carlos Hyde


 Ohio State 



 Dominique Easley   





 Jimmy Ward  





 Lamarcus Joyner  


 Florida State 



 Allen Robinson     


 Penn State



 Timmy Jernigan     


 Florida State



 Ja’Wuan James





 Jarvis Landry





 Jace Amaro 


 Texas Tech



 Louis Nix III


 Notre Dame



 Kyle Van Noy





 Austin Seferian-Jenkins 





 Jeremiah Attaochu 


 Georgia Tech



 Bashaud Breeland   





 Stanley Jean-Baptiste  



Via (KC)



 Antonio Richardson





 Davante Adams 


 Fresno State 



 Marcus Martin





 Donte Moncrief  


 Ole Miss 



 Scott Crichton


 Oregon State 



 Chris Borland





 Paul Richardson





 Will Sutton


 Arizona State

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Greg Hawes

Zero chance the Falcons take a TE in the second when they have no FS and little edge rushers.


If the first 2 rounds end up like this for the Packers, that would be great, I am pulling Mosley drops to 21, but Clinton-Dix instead will help incredibly, K van N in the second to pair up with Matthews would be excellent

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Thanks for the positive comment! They are tough to come by in the world of mock drafts. I think GB could end up being in a great position to take the best player available who also fits a need at No. 21. I agree that they should consider Mosley if he’s available to them.


id ecstatic with either mosely or shazier in the 1st and trade up in the 2nd to ensure we get our safety … I like ward or buchanon for the pack


yes u can make the argument for hyde but I like hyde where hes at


Evans and Joyner are good choices for the lions and there is no perfect draft. I like that you didn’t waste a pick on a cornerback. I only argue that if Kyle Van Noye is still available in the second round to the Lions (highly doubtful) good OLB’s will be alot harder to find. And lions need a FS more than a SS. Typically it is easier to find a good FS in later rounds than a OLB.


Derek carr will not slip that far.david yankey in the second round for the raiders would be a perfect fit

Jason Naviello

you probably said the same thing about Aaron Rodgers?

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