Dallas Cowboys Full Seven Round Mock Draft

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LANDRY HAT MOCK DRAFT LOGOAlthough the 2014 NFL Draft is still nearly four months away, it hasn’t stopped the onslaught of mock drafts and speculation to run rampant across the internet and via various news outlets. And as a member of Cowboys Nation, I am mainly interested in what Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones will do come May to improve my favorite team. We can all agree, this team has many holes to fill, especially on the defensive side of the ball.

So, by using a great new application provided by FanSpeak, I was able to simulate the draft more efficiently and accurately than ever. My drafting philosophy? Use their provided big board to determine who were the most talented players available at my pick. Then I would select the highest player on that board based off of my teams needs. In the Cowboys case: DT, DE, S, OLB, OG, RB, WR, QB. Without further ado, here is my Seven Round Mock Draft for the Dallas Cowboys:

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  • jrcowboy49

    I would take Minnesota’s Ra’Shede Hageman over Nix. He can play end or tackle, more athletic, and more upside.

  • jrcowboy49

    RB ANDRE WILLIAMS, BOSTON COLLEGE is a wasted pick!

  • spielman

    1 Ra’shede hageman dt
    2 tent Murphy de
    3 will Sutton dt
    4 Jeremy hill rb
    5 Terrance brooks fs
    6 josh huff wr
    7 JC Copeland fb
    7 Logan thomas q.v.
    In the first 3 rounds Dallas solidifies the d line while also giving it a great rotation. Hill and Copeland and a gritty physical dimension to the running game that struggled in short yardage. Brooks is a good coverage safety. Huff adds another explosive weapon at the wr position that is likely to lose Austin . And Thomas is a physical specimen that could be developed.

  • BradAustin

    Randle showed enough as a rookie to warrant a 2nd year no doubt. Jones is not in the business of cutting that high of a draft pick after a season, especially sine he wasn’t a flop. Jerry would never, ever admit he missing that high up after only one season. They very much believe in giving valued draft picks a chance to progress with another year of training. We know Murray, Tanner, and Randle will make the 53 and it’s almost guaranteed all 3 will dress on 2014 gamedays. Andre Williams would not advance this team now as he likely wouldn’t even dress next year. And with Harris as a solid returner, even a speedy rookie back (not Williams style) that can return kicks is not draft worthy. With our other desperate needs, a RB anywhere before the tail end of the draft would hurt us dearly.. .

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