Shake stuff up NFL Mock

Time to shake it up some:

1. Houston: Sammy Watkins, WR
Reunite him with Hopkins, then get Tajh Boyd in the 3rd (who is Manziel without the drama) and profit with Clemson’s offense coming to the NFL. And they still have Andre Johnson? Don’t screw up the chance to put AFC South defenses on notice

2. St. Louis: Johnny Manziel, QB
Bradford has had 4 years to prove his worth. Time to move own and allow Johnny football the chance to recreate the "Greatest show on turf"

3. Jacksonville: Marcus Martin, C/G
Center is so important they were willing to pay huge bucks to Alex Mack this offseason. People laughed last year, but taking a center early worked well for the Cowboys

4. Cleveland: Carlos Hyde, RB
Replacing Trent Richardson’s production should be a priority, and Hyde is legit

5. Oakland: Tom Savage, QB
His rising stock takes him all the way here, where Oakland takes advantage

6. Atlanta: Mike Evans, WR
The Falcons were one play away from the Super Bowl by focusing on outside weapons for Matt Ryan. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it

7. Tampa Bay: Aaron Donald, DT
Would pair nicely with McCoy

8. Minnesota: Andre Williams, RB
The team lives and dies with former Heisman winner Peterson. Split some of his load and keep him healthy with the under-rated Heisman runner-up

9 Buffalo: Kelvin Benjamin, WR
It’s all about weapons for EJ. Recreate the FSU magic of Manuel to Benjamin

10 Detroit: Louis Nix, DT
Keep that D-line stout

11 Tennessee: Dri Archer, RB
Priority #1 should be replacing Chris Johnson

12 New York Giants: CJ Mosely, LB
Get the beezer early

13. St. Louis: Martavis Bryant, WR
Height, weight, and speed? This guy could be the next Calvin Johnson, but currently is extremely underrated. The Rams continue their never-ending search to recreate the Greatest Show on Turf.
14: Chicago: Odell Beckham, Jr, WR
They got size covered with Alshon and Marshall. Add Beckham, Jr to the slot, and that O could be unstoppable

15. Pittsburgh: Zack Martin, OT
They need OL help

16. Dallas: Joel Bitonio, OT
After hitting on Travis Frederick last year, Mr Jones goes with a similar route again to strengthen his O-line

17. Baltimore: Cyrus Kouandjio, OT
Ozzie drafts anything that moves if they went to Bama, plus they need an OT to replace Oher

18. New York Jets: Blake Bortles, QB
Competition for Geno

19. Miami: Taylor Lewan, OT
They need a tough guy that can survive in that locker room

20. Arizona: Aaron Colvin, CB
1st round talent who could serve 2 purposes. Let him rehab with Mathieu to help him motivated. Have a nasty secondary next year with Colvin, the Honeybadger, and PP7

21. Green Bay: Jared Abbrederis, WR
He’s just like Jordy Nelson. That should work very well for Rodgers.

22. Philadelphia: DeAnthony Thomas, RB
Chip goes with what he knows as he reshapes his offensive personnel

23. Kansas City: Rashede Hageman, DT
They like to keep beef up front with first round DTs

24. Cincinnati: Jeremy Hill, RB
Other team may be scared of his checkered past. Cincy benefits and welcomes him in with open arms. Good 1-2 punch with Bernard to help Dalton

25. San Diego: Derek Carr, QB
Get a nearby guy, just in-case Rivers is shoved out the door like Brees was

26. Cleveland: Logan Thomas, QB
Haslem would love the bargain and excitement of getting the "next Cam Newton" with just the 26th overall pick

27. New Orleans: Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix, S
More DB options for Rob Ryan’s scheme

28. Carolina: Ryan Shazier, OLB
The Panthers have a love affair with taking LBs and RBs in the first. Like seriously, 5 of our last 7 first round picks have either been an LB or an RB. Shazier is a stud, and could easily be BPA at 28.

29. New England: Eric Ebron, TE
Obviously Aaron Hernandez must be replaced

30. San Francisco: Michael Sam, DE/OLB
They need insurance for Aldon Smith, and he could create extra excitement in that city

31. Denver: Teddy Bridgewater, QB
Just in case Peyton’s neck gives him trouble this year

32. Seattle: JasonVerrett, CB
Perfect fit for their mold of cornerback

*Note: Jadeveon "Clownshoes" Clowney drops out of the first round because he does not work hard. 13 sacks in 2012, only 3 in 2013. At that rate of regression, he would only get 1 sack in the NFL next year. I’d draft him in the 5th round, maybe

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