2014 NFL Mock Draft: Adam Chappell’s v1.0

September 28th, 2013

In Adam’s first mock draft, the Lions get TAMU wideout Mike Evans (photo Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

Adam Chappell, DLD Scout

1. Jacksonville Jaguars- Teddy Bridgewater QB Louisville
2. Minnesota Vikings- Jadeveon Clowney DE South Carolina
3. Cleveland Browns- Brett Hundley QB UCLA
4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Marcus Mariota QB Oregon
5. Arizona Cardinals- Zach Mettenberger QB LSU
6. Oakland Raiders- Marqise Lee WR USC
7. Buffalo Bills- Anthony Barr OLB UCLA
8. New York Jets- Sammy Watkins WR Clemson
9. Tennessee Titans- Vic Beasley DE Clemson
10. St. Louis Rams- Ha Ha Clinton-Dix FS Alabama
11. New York Giants- CJ Mosley LB Alabama
12. Pittsburgh Steelers- Jake Matthews OT Texas A&M
13. St. Louis Rams- Louchiez Purifoy CB Florida
14. Philadelphia Eagles- Johnny Manziel QB Texas A&M
15. San Diego Chargers- Taylor Lewan OT Michigan
16. Carolina Panthers- Bradley Roby CB Ohio State
17. Detroit Lions- Mike Evans WR Texas A&M
18. Houston Texans- Jimmy Garoppolo QB Eastern Illinois
19. Atlanta Falcons- Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE Washington
20. Baltimore Ravens- Marcus Roberson CB Florida
21. Miami Dolphins- Melvin Gordon RB Wisconsin
22. New England Patriots- De’Anthony Thomas RB/WR/ATH Oregon
23. Dallas Cowboys- Gabe Jackson G Mississippi State
24. Kansas City Chiefs- Stephon Tuitt DE Notre Dame
25. Cincinnati Bengals- Za’Darius Smith DE Kentucky
26. San Francisco 49ers- Trent Murphy OLB Stanford
27. Green Bay Packers – Colt Lyerla TE Oregon
28. Chicago Bears- Ifo Ekpre-Olumu CB Oregon
29. Cleveland Browns- Antone Exum CB Virginia Tech
30. New Orleans Saints- Kyle Van Noy OLB BYU
31. Seattle Seahawks- Dominique Easley DE Florida
32. Denver Broncos – Hroniss Grasu C Oregon

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8 Responses to “2014 NFL Mock Draft: Adam Chappell’s v1.0”

  1. The Strategy Expert says:

    Wow, 4 of the Top 5 picks are QB, that’s one heck of a prediction!

  2. Duane says:

    #2. Minnesota needs a Quarterback.
    #3. Cleveland needs a Wide Receiver.
    #5. Arizona needs a Left Tackle.
    #6. Oakland needs a Quarterback.
    #11. NY Giants needs a Left Tackle.
    #18. Houston ?????????
    #21. Miami needs a Right Tackle.
    #23. Dallas needs DT/DE.
    #25. Cincinnati needs a Cornerback.
    #26. San Francisco needs a strong safety.
    #27. Green Bay needs Left/Right Tackles.
    #28. Chicago needs a Cornerback.
    #32. Denver needs a Defensive End.

  3. Duane says:

    After the first quarter of the season, the Lions positional weaknesses are becoming clearer.

    The absence of a player like Reggie Bush renders our offense ineffective. Next years draft Lions should try to find a replacement if Bush is injured.

    Beyond Chris Houston and Rashean Mathis our cornerbacks are pitiful! Cutler was 16 for 18 and 149 yards when we had Darius Slay and Jonte Green, scoring 16 points and making the score closer than it should been.

    • The Strategy Expert says:

      Well chances are good that they will move on from LeShoure at some point. Then there’s likely Riddick to take his spot. I don’t see the Lions drafting or signing an RB at any point, plus they still have reserve Montell Owens and Steven Miller. That’s 3 guys plus Bell and Bush, so unless they have a plan to trade away and shed some numbers we might not see any new names there by next year.

      And our DBs I think are having a tough time with Gunther’s scheme. It’s just kind of a messy system with little discipline and consistency.

      • Duane says:

        If Reggie Bsh goes down next year for any period of time and we put Riddick in his place, it will render our offense ineffective.

        I would consider drafting someone like De’Anthony Thomas of Oregon in the second round. In the first, should be a wide receiver capable of taking attention away from Calvin.

        • The Strategy Expert says:

          Well that’s IF Riddick isn’t effective, but I still think they have a spot and plan to keep and retain him and take their chances. As they will with Bell again. So that’s 3 RBs right there who they probably don’t expect to leave here for quite a while, at least this season and next in the very least before I think they would even consider something new. There’s no reason why all 3 of these guys can’t all be here even for a third season from now.

          WR seems to be one of the top 2 picks for the 1st Rounder by most fans so far. I still think they won’t go that high with a draft investment and will use either a 2nd/3rd or go FA if not making a trade later this year. Keep in mind we might be in great playoff position just before the deadline and even if we don’t need to do a trade they were likely will want to make a big splash anyhow thinking it might give them a big boost. Plus maybe the last day of trading there will be some more desperate teams willing to unload something to make it affordable to make a big trade.

  4. Duane says:

    After the Green Bay game, further support for a wide receiver in the first round in case Calvin Johnson goes down. Offense becomes pitiful when either Calvin or Bush goes down.

    • The Strategy Expert says:

      It’s because of the coaching staff and Stafford, not a problem with everybody else really. Stafford hasn’t played a great game yet this year and we should be 5-0 but could have actually been 0-5. This team is just a complete mess in concept and design, but with lots of big talent pieces still, but that only magnifies the disappoint en route to futility. This team doesn’t understand how to win at football. They are all screwed up just like every year.

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