2014 NFL Mock Draft Countdown: Dallas Cowboys, No. 16

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2014 NFL Mock Draft Countdown: Dallas Cowboys, No. 16

Apr 24, 2013; New York, NY, USA; Dallas Cowboys executive vice president and NFL Foundation chairman Charlotte Jones Anderson presents a check to USA Football executive director Scott Hallenbeck at the NFL Play 60 Youth Football Festival at Chelsea Waterside Park. Mandatory Credit: Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

Welcome to the Titan Sized collaborative 2014 NFL mock draft. Every weekday leading into the May draft, our team of writers will give their analysis and opinions on potential first-round draft prospects and their eventual whereabouts. Barring changes or conflicts, our remaining schedule will go as follows:

Apr. 15-18: Picks 16-20
Apr. 21-25: Picks 21-25
Apr. 28 – May 2: Picks 26-30
May 5-6: Picks 31-32

Here’s a list of writers who’ll participate in our 2014 NFL mock draft project:

Editor: Joshua Huffman
Lead Columnist: Nicholas Pitakos
Contributor: Russell Griffin
Contributor: Stoney Keeley
Contributor: Matt Ward
Contributor: Scotty Bakalian
Contributor: William Oberst (Retired at No. 15)
Contributor: Matias Wodner (Retired at No. 5)

We’ve reached pick No. 16. This selection belongs to the Dallas Cowboys.

It’s amazing to think that a defense that made Josh McCown and Matt Flynn look like Peyton Manning only surrendered 432 points last season. That was the NFC’s fifth-worst mark. Their historically-bad defense allowed the most yards, most passing yards and most first downs in team history. They finished last in the league in total defense. They allowed the third-most yards in NFL history.

How is this 16th selection anyone other than a defender? Two of our mock-drafters went with offense. Would the Cowboys have any interest in any quarterback who plummets down the draft board and out of the top 10? This collaborative mock draft includes six different writers. Each of them go a different way with their selection.

It’s time to examine who the Cowboys will select at No. 16.
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