2014 NFL Draft: Quarterbacks Expected to Dominate Top Draft Picks

Published On December 31, 2013 | By john | News, Pro Sports, sports news, The Barbershop

BY:  John “Hennry” Harris

qbsNow that Week 17 of the NFL was finalized, the 2014 NFL draft order has taken shape.  The draft does not begin until May 8, but a strong idea is known as to how the top worst teams will pick.  The 2014 draft is definitely shaping up to be the year of the quarterback, with the possibility of 4 of the 5 top picks quite possibly being signal callers.

Picking in the coveted top spot will be the Houston Texans, who earned their position by losing 14 straight games smh.  It is clear that NFL veteran Matt Schaub and the bridgkid Case Keenum are clearly not the answers for the Houston Texans.  Louisville’s Teddy Bridgewater is the favorite to team up with a new head coach and come first off the draft board.

Check out the 2014 NFL Draft Order as of December 30 and see where your favorite team falls in the order:

yup1  Houston Texans   2  St. Louis Rams (from Redskins)    3  Jacksonville Jaguars    4  Cleveland Browns  

5  Oakland Raiders   6  Atlanta Falcons    7  Tampa Bay Buccaneers   8 Minnesota Vikings   9  Buffalo Bills  

10  Detroit Lions     11  Tennessee Titans   12  New York Giants    13  St. Louis Rams  14  Chicago Bears  

15  Pittsburgh Steelers  16  Baltimore Ravens   17  New York Jets  18  Miami Dolphins   19  Dallas Cowboys    20  Arizona Cardinals  

 21  Green Bay Packers    22  San Diego Chargers    23  Philadelphia Eagles    24  Kansas City Chiefs  25  Cincinnati Bengals  

26 Cleveland Browns (from Colts)  27  New Orleans Saints  28  New England Patriots  29  San Francisco 49ers   30  Carolina Panthers   

                                      rams31  Denver Broncos  32 Seattle Seahawks

The St. Louis Rams hold on to the No. 2 pick thanks to the trade that landed Robert Griffin III in Washington with the Redskins.  Jeff Fisher’s team is coming off of a 7-9 record and has a talented Sam Bradford at quarterback, opening  up the door for them to grab maybe a South Carolina’s Jadeveon Clowney.  The Washington Redskins, who finished 3-13 this year, relinquish its pick and get nothing significant after a frustrating year.jags

Then at No. 3 is the Jacksonville Jaguars who are in desperate need of a franchise quarterback are in a prime position to grab the top quarterback prospect available.

Going 4-12 this season, the Cleveland Browns, who fired their first-year coach Rob Chudzinski, are poised for a major overhaul which points to them grabbing one of the gordontalented quarterbacks that should be available at the No. 4 spot.  Wide receiver Josh Gordon finished the season with 1,646 yards and 9 TDS after missing the first two games of the year and a franchise quality quarterback would be a great compliment.

Holding down the No. 5 spot is the who could use help at every position, but are still looking for a solid signal caller as well.




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    Follow John on Twitter @JohnHennry904 John "Hennry" Harris is a Sr. Editor at reason4rhymes.com and BOSS - brothersonsports.com



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