By Nik Edlund | @lupagus
From a Corner of the Living room, somewhere on 4th Ave ………
Lupagus Presents his 1/4 through the 2013 NFL season Pointless Mock!!!
1. Jacksonville Jaguars – Teddy Bridgewater QB, Louisville
All Blaine Gabbert has done in his three years in Jacksonville is prove he isn’t a franchise or even an NFL caliber QB. The only reason the Jaguars are sticking with him is so they can secure the first pick in next year’s draft and secure Teddy.
2. Pittsburgh Steelers – Jadeveon Clowney DE, South Carolina
The Steelers picked a fine year to suck and get one of the best pass rushers to come out since Julius Peppers.
3. New York Giants – Jake Mathews OT, Texas A&M
The Giants offensive line is a mess and they could use this big man with the bloodlines to be their anchor.
4. Tampa Bay Bucs – Brett Hundley QB, UCLA
Good chance the Bucs will have a new coaching staff next season and that staff will want it’s own QB to mold to their liking.
5. St. Louis Rams (from Redskins) – Louis Nix III DT, Notre Dame
The Rams get another stud for their young defensive line and are now set their for decades to come.
6. Oakland Raiders – Anthony Barr LB, UCLA
The Raiders need help everywhere and take the best player available.
7. Minnesota Vikings – CJ Mosley LB, Alabama
The Vikings will get their next attempt at competent QB in this draft but have learned to be patient after the Ponder debacle. So here they grab a playmaking middle linebacker to replace the very subpar Erin Henderson.
8. Philadelphia Eagles – Marqise Lee WR, USC
Cloudy Maclin’s future with the team is. So they go with Lee here, who is an even better talent.
9. Carolina Panthers – Sammy Watkins WR, Clemson
Newton needs a studly young receiver to grow old with, and Watkins can learn from Steve Smith for a year or two before filling his shoes.
10. St. Louis Rams – Taylor Lewan OT, Michigan
Jake Long has not solved the Rams offensive line woes. It may be time for some fresh meat.
11. Atlanta Falcons – Cyrus Kouandjio OT, Alabama
Kouandjio hasn’t been nearly as dominant as expected this season and has struggled at times. He’s still a top shelf prospect and would start on the Falcons offensive line immediately.