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2014 NFL mock draft: SB Nation bloggers make their picks

The 2014 NFL mock draft has begun. SB Nation's NFL bloggers are acting as GMs and making the picks for their team. Use this StoryStream to follow the mock draft.

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SBN bloggers mock: Richardson to Seattle

The Super Bowl champion Seahawks can get better on offense, and that process will start up front.

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SBN bloggers mock: Lawrence to Denver

On paper, Von Miller and DeMarcus Ware form one of the NFL's most feared pass-rushing duos. Denver could still stand to provide reinforcements behind them.

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SBN bloggers mock: Pats pick Hyde

Running back is a position that the Patriots could stand to address in the draft, and there's a big name left on the board to do so.

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SBN bloggers mock: 49ers pick (another) Smith

Aldon Smith's future with the 49ers is in doubt, and the team could begin searching for a replacement as soon as next week.

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SBN bloggers mock: Turner to Carolina

Can an NFL playoff team rely on an FCS prospect at left tackle?

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SBN bloggers mock: McGill to Indy

A run on big corners continues in our mock draft with the Indianapolis Colts, making their first pick of the year.

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SBN bloggers mock: Jean-Baptiste to Saints

The Saints need help at cornerback, and they may find themselves in Seahawks copycat mode when they address that need.

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SBN bloggers mock: Chargers pick James

D.J. Fluker has the look of a long-term starter at right tackle for the Chargers, but there are some questions on the other side of the line.

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SBN bloggers mock: 49ers pick Latimer

Michael Crabtree and Anquan Boldin are locked in as starters for the 49ers, but the team may be thinking long term at wideout early in the 2014 NFL Draft.

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SBN bloggers mock: Bengals pick Richburg

While fans and media continue to question the man under center in Cincinnati, the Bengals are in need of a replacement at center.

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SBN bloggers mock: Eagles pick Adams

The Eagles are in need of receiver help after the sudden departure of star DeSean Jackson.

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SBN bloggers mock: Packers pick Niklas

With the future of Jermichael Finley still up in the air, the Packers may look for a replacement quite early in the 2014 NFL Draft.

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SBN bloggers mock: Bucannon to Arizona

In our mock draft, the Cardinals just picked a guy in Round 2 who many think will be a Round 1 consideration for the team.

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SBN bloggers mock: Nix to Chicago

Louis Nix's fall in our mock draft comes to a merciful end with the Chicago Bears at No. 51.

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SBN bloggers mock: Dolphins pick Bitonio

In need of more help along the offensive line, would the Dolphins be cool passing up a well-regarded prospect in order to improve up front?

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SBN bloggers mock: Moncrief to the Jets

Even after a mock draft pick of Eric Ebron, the New York Jets could still use some skill talent on offense.

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SBN bloggers mock: Amaro to Baltimore

Gary Kubiak is in Baltimore to remodel the team's offense behind Joe Flacco, and needs more weapons to do so.

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SBN bloggers mock: Cowboys pick Easley

Remember all those issues the Cowboys had on the D-line last year? A second-round steal could remedy those issues quite nicely.

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SBN bloggers mock: Steelers pick Gaines

The Pittsburgh Steelers need help in a fairly major way at cornerback, and Neal Coolong is here to address the situation.

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SBN bloggers mock: Attaochu to Detroit

Could Jeremiah Attaochu be the Detroit Lions' very own flamethrower?

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SBN bloggers mock: Jackson to St. Louis

The Rams are still in the process of trying to revamp their offensive line, and could look to the guard position as early as Round 2 in the 2014 NFL Draft as a result.

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SBN bloggers mock: Giants pick Robinson

Hakeem Nicks left for greener pastures in Indianapolis, so the New York Giants are looking for some playmakers to line up alongside Victor Cruz.

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SBN bloggers mock: Mason to Tennessee

Can Dexter McCluster and Tre Mason help the Tennessee Titans replace Chris Johnson?

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SBN bloggers mock: Ward to Buffalo

The Bills have bigger needs than at safety, to be sure, but the Jairus Byrd departure leaves a gaping hole in Buffalo's secondary.

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SBN bloggers mock: Van Noy to Vikings

New head coach Mike Zimmer is rebuilding the Minnesota Vikings' defense, and is looking for players who offer versatility.

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SBN bloggers mock: Jaguars pick Martin

The Jaguars are looking for an upgrade at center, and could use an early-round pick in 2014 to address the position.

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SBN bloggers mock: Seferian-Jenkins to Tampa

Should the skill talent-starved Buccaneers consider adding targets in the passing game in each of the first two rounds of the 2014 NFL Draft?

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SBN bloggers mock: Falcons pick Moses

Could Morgan Moses be the answer to the Falcons' questions at the left tackle position?

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SBN bloggers mock: Jernigan to Oakland

The Raiders don't have a crying need at defensive tackle, but would Timmy Jernigan be too good to pass up in Round 2?

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Grading the SB Nation bloggers NFL mock draft

The draft's top player, Jadeveon Clowney, gets the highest grade from readers. The worst grade shouldn't be a surprise considering the lightning rod nature of the player chosen.

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SBN bloggers mock: Browns pick Matthews

Is it possible that the Cleveland Browns could pass on a quarterback with all three of their picks in the first two rounds?

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SBN bloggers mock: Redskins pick Kouandjio

In a deep tackle class, the Washington Redskins may be able to find a good bookend for Trent Williams -- even without a first-round pick.

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SBN bloggers mock: Tuitt to Texans

If the Houston Texans address quarterback in Round 1, what will their plan be for the top of Round 2?

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SBN bloggers mock: Hageman to Seattle

Fresh off of a Super Bowl win and poised to make a run at another one, why shouldn't the Seahawks be willing to take a risk on a major talent in Round 1?

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SBN bloggers mock: Su'a-Filo to Denver

Could the Denver Broncos replace departed left guard Zane Beadles with a first-round pick next month?

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SBN bloggers mock: Verrett to San Francisco

The 49ers aren't exactly riddled by need areas on a Super Bowl-contending roster, but that doesn't mean they couldn't use an immediate contributor.

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SBN bloggers mock: Patriots pick Ford

Chandler Jones and Rob Ninkovich combined for 19.5 sacks in 2013, but Patriots fans are dreaming of bigger and better things from their team's pass rush.

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SBN bloggers mock: Panthers pick Lee

Carolina parted ways with franchise-leading receiver Steve Smith this offseason, and now the Panthers are in the market for a replacement.

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SBN bloggers mock: Saints pick Benjamin

If you could give Drew Brees a 6'5, 240-pound wide receiver with immense physical talent, wouldn't you do it, too?

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SBN bloggers mock: Browns pick Dennard

If the Browns can't address the quarterback position in Round 1, is finding a long-term complement to Joe Haden an acceptable fallback option?

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SBN bloggers mock: Chargers pick Roby

Fresh off of a playoff berth in their first season under Mike McCoy, the Chargers are seeking help at cornerback in the 2014 NFL Draft.

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SBN bloggers mock: Gilbert to Cincinnati

Could one of the draft's most talented playmakers fall into the laps of one of the NFL's most physically talented teams?

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SBN bloggers mock: Chiefs pick Beckham, Jr

Andy Reid is the master chef in Kansas City, and for his next great recipe, he could really use a speedy wide receiver.

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SBN bloggers mock: Fuller to Philly

In desperate need of revamping one of the NFL's worst pass defenses, the Eagles may wait to replace DeSean Jackson in favor of a quality defensive back in the 2014 NFL Draft.

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SBN bloggers mock: Pack pick Shazier

Aside from a fully healthy Aaron Rodgers, what do the Packers need to re-establish themselves as Super Bowl contenders in a loaded NFC?

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SBN bloggers mock: Ealy to Arizona

What should the Arizona Cardinals do in Round 1 to keep up with the Seahawks and the 49ers in the NFC West?

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SBN bloggers mock: Mosley to Miami

With the board picked clean of top-tier offensive line prospects, what alternate route could Miami take in Round 1?

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SBN bloggers mock: Jets pick Ebron

Whether it's Geno Smith or Michael Vick under center for the Jets next season, more offensive weapons are needed.

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SBN bloggers mock: Cooks to Baltimore

In need of more playmakers on offense, Brandin Cooks could be just what the doctor ordered for the Baltimore Ravens.

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SBN bloggers mock: Cowboys take Martin

Could a player like Zack Martin be the final piece in the Dallas Cowboys' efforts to build a top-notch offensive line?

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SBN bloggers mock: Donald stays in Pittsburgh

The Steelers need to rediscover their old ways on defense, and might tap into the local prospect market to achieve that end.

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SBN bloggers mock: Chicago picks Pryor

Safety might be the Chicago Bears' biggest need entering the 2014 NFL Draft. Will one be available when they pick at No. 14 overall?

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SBN bloggers mock: Ha Ha to St. Louis

Can Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix turn the St. Louis Rams defense from good into one revered as much as NFC West foes in Seattle and San Francisco?

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SBN bloggers mock: Giants pick Lewan

The Giants are still rebuilding their offensive line, and it just so happens that they have a shot at a potential stud tackle in our mock draft.

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SBN bloggers mock: Titans pick Barr

Ray Horton is now running the defense in Tennessee, and he's in need of a pass rusher to make his system work with the Titans.

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SBN bloggers mock: Matthews to Detroit

If Jake Matthews were to slide to the No. 10 overall pick, would the Detroit Lions snap him up?

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SBN bloggers mock: Evans to Buffalo

In need of a big, physical presence in the passing game to speed the development of EJ Manuel, Mike Evans might be the perfect fit for the Buffalo Bills.

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SBN bloggers mock: Carr to Minnesota

Still looking for a franchise quarterback three years after making Christian Ponder a first-round pick, could the Vikings surprise by taking a quarterback early again?

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SBN bloggers mock: Sammy to Tampa

In need of explosive playmaking on offense, the Bucs may end up with an opportunity to take one of the best playmaking prospects in recent seasons.

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SBN bloggers mock: Falcons pick Mack

The Falcons are moving to more of a 3-4 defense in 2014, and Khalil Mack would aid in that transition considerably.

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SBN bloggers mock: Bortles to Oakland

Will the Raiders use their top-five pick to find an understudy and eventual replacement for Matt Schaub?

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SBN bloggers mock: Robinson to Cleveland

Ray Farmer and Mike Pettine are the new football brain trust in Cleveland. How will they begin their rebuilding project?

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SBN bloggers mock: Clowney to Jacksonville

The Jaguars are rebuilding, but instead of talking themselves into a franchise quarterback here, they're taking the best defender available for the Gus Bradley system.

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SBN bloggers mock: Rams nab Johnny Football

Could Johnny Football replace a 26-year-old former No. 1 overall pick at quarterback in St. Louis? At least one Rams fan hopes so.

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SBN NFL bloggers mock: Teddy to the Texans

New Texans head coach Bill O'Brien needs a franchise signal caller, and he has the pick of this year's crop to try to find one. Who should he roll the dice on?

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