Now that the NFL combine is over, here are our top five picks for the upcoming NFL draft:

Johnny Manziel. (Getty Images)

1. With the first overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, the Houston Texans should draft Johnny Manziel. The Texans had a disastrous QB situation in 2013 shuffling between Matt Schaub, T.J. Yates, and Case Keenum. They need a franchise player and Manziel is exactly that, not to mention a born and bred Texas boy.




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Greg Robinson #73. Photo: Kevin C. Cox - Getty Images

Greg Robinson #73. (Kevin C/Cox – Getty Images)

2. Sitting in the number two spot is  the St. Louis Rams. The Rams did an unspeakable job protecting their quarterbacks last year, which is why offensive tackle Greg Robinson is the obvious choice for this franchise.






Jedeveon Clowney. (Stephen Morton/AP)

Jedeveon Clowney. (Stephen Morton/AP)

3. The third pick belongs to the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars. If Jadeveon Clowney happens to end up available at this time in the draft, he is exactly the man that the Jaguars will need to select.







Teddy Bridgewater. Photo: David Manning USA Today Sports

Teddy Bridgewater. (David Manning/USA Today Sports)

4. After the Jags, comes another dismal franchise, the Cleveland Browns. The Browns are another squad with quarterback complications. Teddy Bridgewater and Blake Bortles are both highly praised by most scouts, but Bridgewater would be the better fit for Cleveland.










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Blake Bortles.  (Rick Scuteri/AP)

Blake Bortles. (Rick Scuteri/AP)

5. Oakland Raiders have the rights to the fifth pick in this years draft; however, similar to the Browns, the Raiders are a team with no clear cut starting quarterback. If Bridgewater and Manziel have already been picked, that leaves the Raiders with Blake Bortles who would fit in nicely with head coach Dennis Allen’s style of offense






So, what are your thoughts?  Feel free to share your insights via the comment section, or tweet me @procsss.