NFL Mock Draft: New York Jets Fill Hole at Cornerback

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Feb 23, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Louisville Cardinals quarterback Teddy Bridgewater looks on during the 2014 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

1. Houston Texans
Teddy Bridgewater
QB, Louisville

2. St. Louis Rams (from Washington)
Greg Robinson
OT, Auburn

3. Jacksonville Jaguars
Johnny Manziel
QB, Texas A & M

4. Cleveland Browns
Sammy Watkins
WR, Clemson

5. Oakland Raiders
Khalil Mack
OLB, Buffalo

6. Atlanta Falcons
Jadeveon Clowney
DE, South Carolina

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Blake Bortles
QB, UCF

8. Minnesota Vikings
Kelvin Benjamin
WR, Florida State

9. Buffalo Bills
C.J. Mosley
ILB, Alabama

10. Detroit Lions
Justin Gilbert
CB, Oklahoma St.

11. Tennessee Titans
Haha Clinton-Dix
S, Alabama

12. New York Giants
Jake Matthews
OT, Texas A & M

13. St. Louis Rams
Anthony Barr
OLB, UCLA

14. Chicago Bears
Timmy Jernigan
DT, Florida State

15. Pittsburgh Steelers
Taylor Lewan
OT, Michigan

16. Dallas Cowboys
Aaron Donald
DT, Pittsburgh

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  • Eddie Currie

    I’m sorry, but your picks for Minnesota and Buffalo make absolutely no sense at all. The Vikings, who just hired a first year head coach who prides himself on everything defense related, are going to reach for the most overrated receiver in this year’s draft with the 8th pick? They’re going to pass on Carr, Evans, and defensive prospects for Benjamin? The Bills had the best rookie defender in Kiko Alonso and also signed Spikes and Rivers in free agency. EJ Manuel could use all the help he can get, be it the possible best LT in the draft Matthews, the best TE in the draft Ebron, or their choice of any of the highly talented WR’s in the draft staring them in the face. Yet they go for a linebacker. Interesting choices. I’m sorry, but I stopped reading at that point.

  • Paul Newbold

    Dennard would be an awesome fit for Rex Ryan’s defensive schemes. The Jets will likely have to trade up to get him however. Most Mocks have Dennard and Gilbert going just ahead of the Jets, if either were to fall to #18, it would be ideal. Dennard or Gilbert are both projected starters, and that is exactly what the Jets need, an immediate starter at corner. The CB position would be well positioned for years to come. The Jets will need to pass on some of the WR talent, but fortunately there is plenty to go around in this draft.