2014 NFL Mock Draft: Predicting the Draft's Top 3 Rounds

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2014 NFL Mock Draft: Predicting the Draft's Top 3 Rounds
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What if the quarterbacks fall?

Much ado has been made about quarterbacks and whether they will be drafted highly or not. Plenty of negatives have been tossed around like political mudslinging, and many have the opinion that quarterbacks will simply fall from their lofty heights in the draft.

It's difficult to believe this crop will really fall too far, especially given how many teams are needy at the position. But what if it happens?

After all, few expected last year's positional debacle when EJ Manuel was the sole quarterback drafted in the first round, and once touted prospects like Matt Barkley and Ryan Nassib fell several rounds.

That kind of quarterbackcalypse is unlikely this year, no matter how we stretch our imaginations. What if the top of the draft isn't occupied by three or four quarterbacks, though? What happens then?

Unlike my previous mock drafts, this one will have trades. The likelihood is low any of these trades happen, but they are intended to tell a plausible story.

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