You're the GM -- CCS Mock Draft (PICKS ONLY)

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RULES:
1. You take over one team and one team only.
2. Every team has 6 hours to pick. Time between midnight and noon, CST (0:00-12:00) DOES NOT COUNT. Picks can be made, but teams/GMs cannot be skipped during this time. After you make your pick, PM the next in line.
3. Trades can be made, but only for draft picks this year. Draft trades will be equal, based on the draft value chart. I will decide if a trade is "fair" and get back to you asap.
4. We will complete the first 4 rounds.
5. If a pick isn't made (or all teams aren't spoken for) I will select for that team and PM the next in line.


1. Houston Texans (2-14; SOS .559) -- MR. MCGIBBLETS -- Ja'Deveon Clowney - DE - South Carolina
2. St. Louis Rams via Washington Redskins (3-13; .516) -- NWFISCH -- Jake Matthews - OT - Texas A&M
3. Jacksonville Jaguars (4-12; .504) -- BNB -- Teddy Bridgewater - QB - Louisville
4. Cleveland Browns (4-12; .516) -- CLYDE LEE -- Johnny Manziel - QB - Texas A&M
5. Oakland Raiders (4-12; .523) -- NICK80 -- Blake Bortles - QB - Central Florida
6. Atlanta Falcons (4-12; .553) -- BAMAINATLANTA -- Greg Robinson - OT - Auburn
7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-12; .574) -- BEARMICK -- Sammy Watkins - WR - Clemson
8. Minnesota Vikings (5-10-1; .512) -- MRDERP -- Kony Ealy - DE - Missouri
9. Buffalo Bills (6-10; .520) -- JAMES SANDERS -- Khalil Mack - LB - Buffalo
10. Detroit Lions (7-9; .457) -- BEARDOWN104 -- Darqueze Dennard - CB - Michigan State
11. Tennessee Titans (7-9; .504) -- DICE34 -- Anthony Barr - LB - UCLA
12. Giants (7-9; .520) -- THE DANE -- Taylor Lewan - OT - Michigan
13. St. Louis Rams - NWFISCH -- Hasean Clinton-Dix - S - Alabama
14. Chicago Bears (8-8; .465) - SAGBEAR --Ra'Shede Hageman- DT - Minnesota
15. Pittsburgh Steelers (8-8; .469) -- DABEARS253313 -- Louis Nix III - DT - Notre Dame
16. Carolina Panthers (via Baltimore Ravens) -- JAMAIS VU -- Mike Evans - WR - Texas A&M
17. Dallas Cowboys (8-8; .484) -- PEANUT PUNCH -- Trent Murphy - DE - Stanford
18. Jets (8-8; .488) -- DR MANHATTAN -- Marquise Lee - WR - Southern California
19. Miami Dolphins (8-8; .523) -- THE BURNING BEAR -- Eric Ebron - TE - North Carolina
20. Arizona Cardinals (10-6; .517) -- WILLIS1524 -- Cyrus Kouandjio - OT - Alabama
21. Green Bay Packers (8-7-1; .453) -- ALTEREGO -- Calvin Pryor - FS - Louisville
22. Philadelphia Eagles (10-6; .453) -- HYATT151 -- Justin Gilbert - CB - Oklahoma State
23. Kansas City Chiefs (11-5; .445) -- CHRIS SOJKA -- Jace Amaro - TE - Texas Tech
24. Cincinnati Bengals (11-5; .480) -- WAKACHA -- Derek Carr - QB - Fresno State
25. San Diego Chargers (9-7; .496) -- BEARIN' DOWN - CJ Mosley - LB - Alabama
26. Cleveland Browns -- CLYDE LEE -- Kelvin Benjamin - WR - Florida State
27. St. Louis Rams (from New Orleans Saints) -- FISCH -- Travis Swanson - OC - Arkansas
28. Baltimore Ravens (Via Carolina Panthers) -- CALABIS -- David Yankee - OG - Stanford
29. New England Patriots (12-4; .473) -- LANCE STONE -- Austin Seferian-Jenkins - TE - Washington
30. San Francisco 49ers (12-4; .494) -- IUEYEDOC Stephen Tuitt - DE - Notre Dame
31. Denver Broncos (13-3; .469) -- X -- Jason Verrett - CB - Texas Christian
32. Atlanta Falcons (from Seattle Seahawks) -- BAMAINATLANTA -- Aaron Donald - DT - Pittsburgh

Round 2:

  1. Tampa Bay (Via Houston) (2-14) -- Xavier Su'a-Filo - guard - UCLA
  2. Washington (3-13) -- Loucheiz Purifoy - CB - Florida
  3. Cleveland (4-12) -- Tre Mason - RB - Auburn
  4. Oakland (4-12) -- Allen Robinson - WR - Penn State
  5. Seattle (from Atlanta) -- Zack Martin - OT - Notre Dame
  6. Dolphins (from Houston, from Tampa Bay) -- Antonio Richardson - OT - Tennessee
  7. Jacksonville (4-12) -- Scott Crichton - DE/OLB - Oregon State
  8. Minnesota (5-10-1) -- Timmy Jernigan - DT - Florida State
  9. Buffalo (6-10) -- Cyril Richardson - OG - Baylor
  10. Tennessee (7-9) -- Ka'Deem Carey - RB - Arizona
  11. New York Giants (7-9) -- Kyle Van Noy - LB - BYU
  12. Denver (from New Orleans, from St. Louis) -- Shayne Skov - LB - Stanford
  13. Detroit (7-9) -- Jordan Matthews - WR - Vanderbilt
  14. San Francisco (From Pittsburgh) -- Odell Beckham - WR - Louisiana State
  15. Dallas (8-8) -- Deone Bucannon - S - Washington State
  16. Baltimore (8-8) -- Ed Reynolds - S - Stanford
  17. New York Jets (8-8) -- Troy Niklas - TE - Notre Dame
  18. Texans (from Miami) -- Morgan Moses - OT - Virginia
  19. Chicago (8-8) -- Stanley Jean-Baptiste - CB - Nebraska
  20. Arizona (10-6) -- Dee Ford - LB - Auburn
  21. Green Bay* (8-7-1) -- Yawin Smallwood - LB - Connecticut
  22. Philadelphia* (10-6) -- DaQuan Jones - DT - Penn State
  23. Cincinnati* (11-5) -- Bradley Roby - CB - Ohio State
  24. San Francisco - Kansas City* (11-5) -- Lamarcus Joyner - CB - Florida State
  25. San Diego* (9-7) -- Michael Sam - OLB - Missouri
  26. New Orleans* (11-5) -- Will Sutton - DT - Arizona State
  27. Indianapolis* (11-5) -- Brandon Cooks - WR - Oregon State
  28. Baltimore Ravens (Via Carolina*) (12-4) -- Jarvis Landry - WR - Louisiana State
  29. Pittsburgh (From San Francisco) -- Jack Mewhort - OT - Ohio State
  30. New England* (12-4) -- Anthony Johnson - DT - Louisiana State
  31. New Orleans (from Denver) -- Marcus Roberson - CB - Florida
  32. Seattle* (13-3) -- Kelcy Quarles - DT - South Carolina

Round 3


  1. Houston (2-14) -- Christian Jones - LB - Florida State
  2. Washington (3-13) -- Ryan Shazier - LB - Ohio State
  3. Oakland (4-12) -- Kyle Fuller - CB - Virginia Tech
  4. Atlanta (4-12) --Jackson Jeffcoat - DE - Texas
  5. New York Jets - from Tampa Bay (4-12) -- Ahmad Dixon - S - Baylor
  6. Jacksonville (4-12) -- Carlos Hyde - RB - Ohio State
  7. Cleveland (4-12) -- Gabe Jackson - OG - Mississippi State
  8. Minnesota (5-10-1) -- Jimmy Garoppolo - QB - Eastern Illinois
  9. Buffalo (6-10) -- Craig Loston - S - Louisiana State
  10. New York Giants (7-9) -- Pierre Desir - CB - Lindenwoods
  11. New Orleans (from St. Louis) -- Joel Bitonio - OT - Nevada
  12. Detroit (7-9) -- Dion Bailey - S - Southern California
  13. San Francisco - from Tennessee (7-9) -- Weston Richburg - C - Colorado State
  14. Dallas (8-8) -- Trevor Reilly - OLB - Utah
  15. Baltimore (8-8) -- CJ Fiedorowicz - TE - Iowa
  16. New York Jets (8-8) -- Anthony Steen - OG - Alabama
  17. Texans (from Miami) -- Keith McGill - CB - Utah
  18. Chicago (8-8) -- Terrence Brooks - FS - Florida State
  19. Cleveland - from Pittsburgh (8-8) -- Telvin Smith - OLB - Florida State
  20. Arizona (10-6) -- Zack Mettenberger - QB - Louisiana State
  21. Green Bay* (8-7-1) -- Daniel McCullers - DT - Tennessee
  22. Philadelphia* (10-6) -- Marcus Smith - DE - Louisville
  23. Kansas City* (11-5) -- Andre Williams - RB - Boston College
  24. Cincinnati* (11-5) -- Jeremiah Attaochu - OLB - Georgia Tech
  25. San Diego* (9-7) - Chris Smith - OLB - Arkansas
  26. Indianapolis* (11-5) -- Martavius Bryant - WR - Clemson
  27. New Orleans* (11-5) -- Davante Adams - WR - Fresno State
  28. Carolina* (12-4) -- Dakota Dozier - OG - Furnam
  29. New England* (12-4) -- Paul Richardson - WR - Colorado
  30. Pittsburgh (From San Francisco) -- Terrance Mitchell - CB - Oregon
  31. New Orleans (from Denver) -- Charles Sims - RB - West Virginia
  32. Minnesota - from Seattle* (13-3) -- Chris Borland - LB - Wisconsin

Round 4


  1. Dolphins (from Houston) -- Dominique Easley - DT - Florida
  2. Washington (3-13) -- DeMarcus Lawrence - DE - Boise State
  3. Seattle (from Atlanta) (4-12) -- Jawaun James - OT - Tennessee
  4. Houston (Via Tampa Bay) (4-12) -- David Fales - QB - San Jose State
  5. Jacksonville (4-12) -- Jared Abbrederis - WR - Wisconsin
  6. Cleveland (4-12) -- Jimmie Ward - S - Northern Illinois
  7. Oakland (4-12)
  8. Minnesota (5-10-1)
  9. Buffalo (6-10)
  10. St. Louis (7-9)
  11. Detroit (7-9)
  12. Tennessee (7-9)
  13. New York Giants (7-9)
  14. Jacksonville - from Baltimore (8-8)
  15. New York Jets (8-8)
  16. Texans (from Miami)
  17. Chicago (8-8)
  18. Pittsburgh (8-8)
  19. Dallas (8-8)
  20. Arizona (10-6)
  21. Green Bay* (8-7-1)
  22. Philadelphia* (10-6)
  23. Cincinnati* (11-5)
  24. Kansas City* (11-5)
  25. San Diego* (9-7)
  26. New Orleans* (11-5)
  27. Cleveland - from Indianapolis* (11-5)
  28. Carolina* (12-4)
  29. San Francisco* (12-4)
  30. New England* (12-4)
  31. New Orleans (From Denver)
  32. Atlanta (from Seattle)* (13-3)
 
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The Texans select...........Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina

The Texans get another playmaker for the DL to go with Watt, in an attempt to dethrone the Colts.
 

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The Rams select Jake Matthews-OT-Texas A&M

Guess my rationale for this pick is this guy is supposed to be better than Joeckel. I figure a team can never have too many good OLmen.

Having another first rounder I may look towards trading down and maybe picking up a QB later in the draft.
 
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Jaguars- teddy bridgewater, QB, Louisville
 
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The Oakland Raiders select - Blake Bortles - QB - UCF

I did look at the D-line but this Franchise is still searching for a QB. Bortles presents himself as a QB to build around.
 
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With the 10th pick in the CCS 2014 NFL Draft, the Detroit Lions select Darqueze Dennard, CB, MSU.

With Watkins off the board and no terrible need for Mack I believe I took BPA at a huge position of need. With this teams pass rush and a shut down corner vs the likes of Rodgers and Cutler 2x per year this could go a long way.
 

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New York Giants selects: OT Taylor Lewan, Michigan

Considering the highly doubtful state the Giants' O-line is in, it needs to be addressed. And by picking Lewan, you could potentially upgrade three positions with Lewan on LT, Beatty on RT and Pugh as one of the guards, where I believe he's a better fit.
 

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With the 14th pick in the CCS 2014 NFL Draft the Chicago Bears select..........Ra'shede Hageman DT Minnesota

A big fast explosive athlete who is very powerful and has a a great first step and a ton of upside. Will provide immediate pass rush and size to a Defensive line that has been severely lacking in both areas. Scheme versatile and can play 3-tech in a 4-3 or DE in a 3-4. Thus far in the Senior Bowl he has solidified his draft status. With proper coaching he can be a perennial pro bowler and a future leader on this defense.
 

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Picking for DaBears....

The Steelers have selected - Louis Nix III - DT - Notre Dame

Nix is a massive individual who will help plug up a "big" hole on the Steeler Defensive Line. The Steelers were a fringe bottom 3rd rush defense last season.
 

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With the 16th pick, the Carolina Panthers select:

Mike Evans - WR - Texas A&M

It is no secret that the Panthers passing game has been stunted. With Steve Smith not getting any younger and Greg Olsen still listed as a tight end....Carolina's GM moves up for one of the best in the draft class.

Evans has the size to give Newton the jump ball receiver he has lacked in this league.
 

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With the 17th pick, the Dallas Cowboys select:

Trent Murphy - DE - Stanford

I personally don't love the value here, but the Cowboys need to find some semblance of a pass-rush outside of DWare and Murphy should provide that. Considered going with Zach Martin too, but figured the Cowboys need a heck of a lot more help on defense.
 

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With the 19th pick, the Miami Dolphins select...
Eric Ebron - TE - North Carolina

The Dolphins have needs at other positions but at this point this was BPA for me. The pick gives the Dolphins a good all-around TE to go alongside Charles Clay and hopefully improve that porous offense. Really thought about taking CJ Mosley instead, but went with my gut on this one. Had no interest in reaching for an offensive lineman.
 

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