2014 NFL Mock Draft 2.3: Dallas Cowboys Shore Up Secondary

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1. Houston Texans

Player Name: Blake Bortles

Position, School: QB, Central Florida

2. St. Louis Rams (from Washington)
Player Name: Greg Robinson
Position, School: OT, Auburn

3. Jacksonville Jaguars
Player Name: Jadeveon Clowney
Position, School: DE, South Carolina

4. Cleveland Browns
Player Name: Johnny Manziel
Position, School: QB, Texas A&M

5. Oakland Raiders
Player Name: Teddy Bridgewater
Position, School: QB, Louisville

6. Atlanta Falcons
Player Name: Jake Matthews
Position, School: Texas A&M

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Player Name: Khalil Mack
Position, School: OLB, Buffalo

8. Minnesota Vikings
Player Name: Sammy Watkins
Position, School: WR, Clemson

9. Buffalo Bills
Player Name: C.J. Mosley
Position, School: ILB, Alabama

10. Detroit Lions
Player Name: Darqueze Dennard
Position, School: CB, Michigan State

11. Tennessee Titans
Player Name: Anthony Barr
Position, School: OLB, UCLA

12. New York Giants
Player Name: Taylor Lewan
Position, School: OT, Michigan

13. St. Louis Rams
Player Name: Marqise Lee
Position, School: WR, USC

14. Chicago Bears
Player Name: Timmy Jernigan
Position, School: DT, Florida State

15. Pittsburgh Steelers
Player Name: Louis Nix III
Position, School: DT, Notre Dame

16. Baltimore Ravens
Player Name: Mike Evans
Position, School: WR, Texas A&M

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  • Jimmy DeMarco

    This may be a stupid question. Do you see any scenario where Dallas would possibly trade up in this draft @ #2 to snag Clowney?
    Or do you not think they would sacrifice this year’s and next year’s entire draft for 1 player?

    • Colin Rose

      Jimmy,

      Thanks for reading! Definitely not a stupid question either. I would be awfully surprised if Jerry jumped to #2 but who knows right? I’ll lean more toward them staying put, though. They would have fall head-over-heels in love with Clowney to make such a drastic trade.