Weekly FoS 7 Round Browns Mock Draft

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Feb 22, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine speaks at the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports

The draft, which seems like its been slowly plodding along, is now like a freight train coming down the tracks. And we here at FoS are excited. The Cleveland Browns have a chance to redefine their history in a draft that sets up well for them to do so. The Three top dogs, Jimmy Haslam, Ray Farmer and Mike Pettine, seem bent on bringing success back to Cleveland. Not through schemes, not through special tactics, not because they think they themselves are special. Instead they seem intent on bringing in quality coaches and quality players and letting them play.

In this Weekly FoS 7 Round Browns Mock Draft we are excited to bring you a draft that we think would change the fortunes of this team, for next year and far into the future. A draft that could define a generation of Browns fans and turn this Factory of Sadness into a factory producing something much better.

This writer will be in New York City for the Draft, hoping to get details worked out to cover it to the best of my abilities. Needless to say if the Browns draft works out as well as this draft did dancing, shouting and excitement for the Fall would all be apparent personally and professionally.

Now that this draft is properly hyped it is time to disappoint you with the draft we created, again while using FanSpeak’s Simulator:

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Tags: 7 Round Browns Mock Draft Cleveland Browns

  • Jarod Cook

    Not bad you have the Browns addressing all their needs, and getting building blocks for the future. I still think they should wait to draft a QB at #26/#35, especially if they plan on sitting who ever the draft for the year. I do like Bortles and think he’s the cream of the crop. But wouldn’t mind waiting and taking a chance on Garopollo in the 2nd, or Mettenberger or Murry in the 3rd.

  • Craig Barker

    I agree with most of that draft and also agree with jarod cook. I only hope that many of the guys there fall like they will have to for us to have a chance at them. This draft is so deep that I wouldnt even care if they traded future picks to draft more players in this years draft.

  • Josh Hart

    After all was said and done, I’d LOVE this draft. I’d of course rather have Teddy, but I don’t hate Bortles, and could live with it if the rest of the draft went this way.

  • Todd Limpert

    i liked it Jared but i don’t understand the DE pick that’s the last thing the Browns should draft for! how about a Safety instead.

    • Jared Mueller

      Simply a value pick based on what else was available. I do think Safety is important, if they don’t like Gipson. Good teams are built inside out and we have a long term need for a strong DE. Would of been okay with a number of other players there but value and I think they add at least one DE/DT mid round went with it.

  • Letterman007

    It was passable, but I must agree with Todd, as to why a defensive end? I would have liked to have had Watkins, but you know this, I really like the Shaw pick! I have seen him play many times and he has that it thing. He can play hurt or come in and bring (will) a team to win! He’s has nothing special talent wise, he just has that thing they say Manziel has. He’s a football junkie, first one in, last one out!! Have been under the weather lately, I will get back to the studies!