7 Round Cleveland Browns 2014 NFL Mock Draft

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Nov 2, 2013; Raleigh, NC, USA; North Carolina Tar Heels tight end Eric Ebron (85) and safety Damien Washington (35) celebrate a victory against the North Carolina State Wolfpackat Carter Finley Stadium. North Carolina beat North Carolina State 27-19. Mandatory Credit: Rob Kinnan-USA TODAY Sports

While the combine has started out quickly the weekend will provide a great deal of information about the players looking to get drafted. The NFL Meat Market is important but film study is often what makes decisions for front offices. Today we present a 7 Round Mock Draft for the Cleveland Browns. We used FanSpeak’s Simulator to help us make our picks.

Round 1

#4 – Johnny Manziel - With both Blake Bortles and Teddy Bridgewater off the board the Browns are left with selecting Manziel. With Brian Hoyer on the team the Browns can allow Manziel to develop and learn while Hoyer runs the team in Manziel’s rookie year. Manziel may not yet be ready to run a team but his work ethic and physical abilities make his success in the NFL as likely. Selecting Sammy Watkins, who measured right about 6 foot tall, is an option but expect the Browns to select whichever QB is available at #4.

#26 – Eric Ebron - Many have the Browns selecting a wide receiver here but with the athletic Ebron still available the Browns pull the trigger. Ebron would pair with Jordan Cameron to give the Browns the best tight end tandem in the league for a few years. Both can take attention away from Josh Gordon with their ability to play in line or in the slot. The Browns offense takes a huge leap forward for the future with Manziel and Ebron joining Gordon and Cameron as core skilled position players.

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  • Nate

    i love this draft. i really do. however i dont see it happening. id guess some of these players wont be available at the predicted spot but still this would look like a tremendous draft.

    • Jared Mueller

      Nate, I agree. But if they are not, other players drafted ahead of them will. This draft is soooo deep that the Browns extra picks are huge. They could draft first round talent high in the 3rd which is amazing.

      • brian

        Bridgewater is the pick i believe at 4. and no way Carlos Hyde falls that far. I see them grabbing Hyde at 35. I like the Ebron pick, but again I dont think he is there at that point.

        • Jared Mueller

          Would you have any interest in moving up for Ebron? What about Evans or Lee?

          • brian

            The more I think about it, the more I’d rather take Watkins at 4 and wait on a QB. And not trade picks. We can take a later QB like Lynch or Murray and let them finally develop. With Hoyer we dont have to throw in a rookie for once. I did a second draft and took some chances…We grab two QBs in this mock, pull a Redskins exactly what you think.

            What are your thoughts on this…


            WR SAMMY WATKINS



            OT TAYLOR LEWAN



            QB JORDAN LYNCH



            RB CARLOS HYDE

            OHIO STATE


            CB BRADLEY ROBY

            OHIO STATE


            DE ED STINSON



            QB AARON MURRAY




            KANSAS STATE


            G TRAI TURNER



            DE AARON LYNCH


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    • Jared Mueller

      Agreed. The FanSpeak app is great to help make these drafts. It takes needs and value into account but the outcome is tough since it is a app and not humans. Drafts are always a surprise obviously.

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  • Guest

    not even close.

  • Jarod Cook

    I disagree with taking QB at 4 this trio is mid to late 1st round talent at best. And going with Watkins in such a waste in a deep draft for WRs, even though he’s leaps and bounds better then the rest. Best thing they could do is trade down and draft CB/LB/WR as well as acquire more picks. I agree with 26 pick Ebron is a monster, and can create miss matches across the field, But won’t drop to 26 have’d to trade up and grab him. Could play him and Cameron in double TE, or one of them in the slot, use him like Jimmy Graham. At 35 I’d like to grab Yankey, if he falls this far best guard in the draft and we need one. Passed on DeCastro to draft Weeden and look how that turned out. At 71 I’d go LB either Boreland or Smallwood. If Hyde or Mason is still here that’s where I’d take my RB. At 83 Hyde is not going to fall that far, take best available RB, or either one of the LB i mentioned. The rest of the draft I’m ok with, don’t think McCarron is going to fall that far. Like to see them trade into 2nd rd and grab Galoppole for QB.