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2014 NFL Mock Draft: If All 32 Teams Traded Their 1st Round Pick

By on May 6, 2014

Everyone and their grandmother has done a 2014 1st Round NFL Mock Draft. With the amount of trades that will take place, it’s unlikely that half of the teams even pick in their originally designated slot.

So we went ahead and projected 16 trades between all 32 teams.

Comment below on what you think the teams would have to give up for their projected trade to be a real possibility.

 

2014 NFL Mock Draft

Round 1

5 South Carolina DE Jadeveon ClowneyBuffalo Bills Banner1 Houston Texans trade with Buffalo Bills – South Carolina DE Jadeveon Clowney – The Bills are very close to taking the next step after an offseason of ups-and-downs. They make the blockbuster move of the year to create one of the scariest pass rushes in the NFL with Jadeveon Clowney across from Mario Williams. Tom Brady has peed his pants just thinking about this happening.

9 Buffalo OLB DE Khalil MackAtlanta Falcons Banner2 St. Louis Rams (from Washington Redskins) trade with Atlanta Falcons – Buffalo DE/OLB Khalil Mack – The Falcons wanted to move up to #1, but aren’t willing to give up as much for the trade over the Bills. They settle for moving up with the Rams to secure the #2 rated pass rusher to complete their 3-4 defensive transition.

Clemson WR Sammy WatkinsSan Francisco 49ers Banner3 Jacksonville Jaguars trade with San Francisco 49ers – Clemson WR Sammy Watkins – The 49ers wanted to sign DeSean Jackson when he surprisingly became available this offseason to add another dimension to their WR corps with Boldin and Crabtree being possession receivers. They have been collecting draft picks for years for a move like this to get one of the most explosive players to come through the draft in years.

Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel EditDallas Cowboys Banner 14 Cleveland Browns trade with Dallas Cowboys – Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel – Jerry Jones just can’t handle the possibility of letting Johnny Football leaving the state of Texas and he sells his soul for a chance at Manziel. ESPN would probably create a new channel called ESPNCowboys which exclusively covers Manziel and the Cowboys.



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