2014 NFL Mock Draft discussion on Mocking the Draft podcast No. 25

Streeter Lecka

We're knee deep in mock draft talk on Episode 25 of the podcast.

This week, both Dan Kadar and I did some mock drafting. On Tuesday, I released an updated mock draft on the site, and Dan took to twitter with Eric Galko of Optimum Scouting to do a mock draft before the bowl games begin.

Thus, Episode No. 25 of the Mocking the Draft podcast was centered around mock draft talk, particularly which picks seem to be the toughest to pin down and how the quarterback position will shake out over the next few months.

Here are some of the key talking points from the show this week:

- Would the Jaguars pass on a quarterback to draft Jadeveon Clowney?

- What will the Rams do with their two picks?

- After Teddy Bridgewater, the quarterback class is filled with uncertainty

- Which prospects have the most to prove between now and the draft?

We finished the show taking questions from listeners. If you want to have a question answered on the podcast, find us on Twitter @MockingtheDraft or @MatthewFairburn. You can listen to the entire episode below and find us on iTunes by searching "Mocking the Draft."

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