NFL Mock Draft 2014: Perfect Options for Every NFL Team

April 1, 2014   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In a deep draft that lacks a clear No. 1 choice, the NFL's May extravaganza is likely going to be one surprise after another. 
The deep talent pools make trading down in the first round a wonderful option. This would net teams extra selections while not losing all that much value on the player they wind up selecting. 
The problem with this is there aren't going to be many teams looking to trade up, which will make for light trade action in the first round. 
As far as uncertainty when mocking this draft goes, teams trading down is about the only cause we can scratch off of the "potential havoc-wreaker" list. If I was worried about complete failure, however, I wouldn't be into mock drafts.
Here is my latest attempt at navigating the muddied waters of the 2014 NFL draft's first round. 
1. Houston Texans: Blake Bortles, QB, Central Florida 
Former NFL head coach Jon Gruden is heaping praise on Blake Bortles. That isn't...

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