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32 Compensatory Draft Picks Awarded to 13 Teams for 2014 NFL Draft

By Chris Malumphy

The NFL has awarded a total of 32 compensatory draft choices to 13 teams for the 2014 NFL Draft. Compensatory draft picks are awarded to teams who lost more free agents than they signed the preceding year. For 2014, the Baltimore Ravens and the New York Jets will each receive four compensatory draft picks, the Atlanta Falcons, Dallas Cowboys, Houston Texans, Pittsburgh Steelers and St. Louis Rams were awarded three compensatory picks, the Cincinnati Bengals, Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers get two and the New England Patriots, New York Giants and San Francisco 49ers will have one compensatory choice.

Historically, compensatory choices have tended to be awarded to better teams who tend to lose the most free agents, sometimes by choice, which negates a primary goal of the draft, which is to help balance competition. Of the 13 teams receiving compensatory picks in 2014, 7 made the playoffs in 2012 or 2013 and 10 have been in the playoffs since 2011. The New York Jets, St. Louis Rams and Dallas Cowboys are the only teams with compensatory picks who failed to reach the playoffs during the past three seasons.

Compensatory picks are awarded at the end of rounds three through seven. Teams are not permitted to trade compensatory draft picks. The final compensatory choice, which will be the 256th and last player selected in the 2014 NFL Draft, will go to the Houston Texans and the player selected will thereafter be known as Mr. Irrelevant and will be feted in Newport Beach, California, where, according to Wikipedia, "they enjoy a golf tournament, a regatta, a roast giving advice to the new draftee, and a ceremony awarding him the Lowsman Trophy." The most recent Mr. Irrelevant of note is Kansas City Chiefs placekicker Ryan Succup, who was a compensatory draft selection taken with the last pick in the 2007 draft.

A historic list of players selected with compensatory picks is available here.

A list of compensatory draft selections by team is available here.

See the complete draft order for the here.

2014 NFL Compensatory Draft Picks
Third Round
TeamRecordPickPlayer
Pittsburgh Steelers8-8-0 (.500)3397
Green Bay Packers8-7-1 (.531)3498
Baltimore Ravens8-8-0 (.500)3599
San Francisco 49ers12-4-0 (.750)36100
Fourth Round
TeamRecordPickPlayer
Detroit Lions7-9-0 (.438)33133
Baltimore Ravens8-8-0 (.500)34134
Houston Texans2-14-0 (.125)35135
Detroit Lions7-9-0 (.438)36136
New York Jets8-8-0 (.500)37137
Baltimore Ravens8-8-0 (.500)38138
Atlanta Falcons4-12-0 (.250)39139
New England Patriots12-4-0 (.750)40140
Fifth Round
TeamRecordPickPlayer
Pittsburgh Steelers8-8-0 (.500)33173
New York Giants7-9-0 (.438)34174
Baltimore Ravens8-8-0 (.500)35175
Green Bay Packers8-7-1 (.531)36176
Sixth Round
TeamRecordPickPlayer
New York Jets8-8-0 (.500)33209
New York Jets8-8-0 (.500)34210
Houston Texans2-14-0 (.125)35211
Cincinnati Bengals11-5-0 (.688)36212
New York Jets8-8-0 (.500)37213
St. Louis Rams7-9-0 (.438)38214
Pittsburgh Steelers8-8-0 (.500)39215
Seventh Round
TeamRecordPickPlayer
Dallas Cowboys8-8-0 (.500)33248
St. Louis Rams7-9-0 (.438)34249
St. Louis Rams7-9-0 (.438)35250
Dallas Cowboys8-8-0 (.500)36251
Cincinnati Bengals11-5-0 (.688)37252
Atlanta Falcons4-12-0 (.250)38253
Dallas Cowboys8-8-0 (.500)39254
Atlanta Falcons4-12-0 (.250)40255
Houston Texans2-14-0 (.125)41256

2014 Compensatory Draft Picks Awarded by Team

By Chris Malumphy

2014 NFL Compensatory Draft Picks by Team
TeamRecordRoundPickPlayer
Atlanta Falcons4-12-0 (.250)439139
738253
740255
Baltimore Ravens8-8-0 (.500)33599
434134
438138
535175
Cincinnati Bengals11-5-0 (.688)636212
737252
Dallas Cowboys8-8-0 (.500)733248
736251
739254
Detroit Lions7-9-0 (.438)433133
436136
Green Bay Packers8-7-1 (.531)33498
536176
Houston Texans2-14-0 (.125)435135
635211
741256
New England Patriots12-4-0 (.750)440140
New York Giants7-9-0 (.438)534174
New York Jets8-8-0 (.500)437137
633209
634210
637213
Pittsburgh Steelers8-8-0 (.500)33397
533173
639215
San Francisco 49ers12-4-0 (.750)336100
St. Louis Rams7-9-0 (.438)638214
734249
735250
2014 NFL Teams without Compensatory Draft Picks
TeamRecordRoundPickPlayer
Arizona Cardinals10-6-0 (.625)   
Buffalo Bills6-10-0 (.375)   
Carolina Panthers12-4-0 (.750)   
Chicago Bears8-8-0 (.500)   
Cleveland Browns4-12-0 (.250)   
Denver Broncos13-3-0 (.813)   
Indianapolis Colts11-5-0 (.688)   
Jacksonville Jaguars4-12-0 (.250)   
Kansas City Chiefs11-5-0 (.688)   
Miami Dolphins8-8-0 (.500)   
Minnesota Vikings5-10-1 (.344)   
New Orleans Saints11-5-0 (.688)   
Oakland Raiders4-12-0 (.250)   
Philadelphia Eagles10-6-0 (.625)   
San Diego Chargers9-7-0 (.563)   
Seattle Seahawks13-3-0 (.813)   
Tampa Bay Buccaneers4-12-0 (.250)   
Tennessee Titans7-9-0 (.438)   
Washington Redskins3-13-0 (.188)   

College Statistics for Top QBs Available in 2014 NFL Draft

By Chris Malumphy

The 2014 NFL Draft quarterback crop does not yet have a clear standout. Moreover, fewer than a handful of the top 10 quarterback prospects have a key skill that has been just as essential as being able to pass in the past three drafts -- mobility.

The top quarterbacks drafted during the past three years had one attribute that was often overlooked in the past when teams overwhelmingly preferred pocket passers -- the ability to run The top performing quarterbacks drafted since 2011 include: Russell Wilson, Cam Newton, Andrew Luck, Colin Kaepernick, Robert Griffin III and Andy Dalton. Each has over 600 yards rushing, except for Dalton: Newton 2,032,; Griffin 1,034; Wilson 1,028; Kaepernick 937; Luck 632; and Dalton 455. Even the lesser talents who've been able to break into the starting lineup have been mobile: Christian Ponder 623; Jake Locker 502; Ryan Tannehill 445; Geno Smith 366; and Nick Foles 263. Even the poor passers and injured have been able to run: Terrelle Pryor 627 and EJ Manuel 186. Only Blaine Gabbert 186; Brandon Weeden 155; and Mike Glennon 37 seem to be stuck in mud. Of course, even they fare favorably to the old guard who over the past three seasons have rushed as follows: Peyton Manning -25; Eli Manning 81; Tony Romo 133; Drew Brees 143; Philip Rivers 148; and Tom Brady 159. Remember, those are three year totals, except for Peyton who missed 2012.

Of the top 10 quarterbacks available in the 2014 NFL Draft, only Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel has demonstrated great running ability and sufficient passing skills. Clemson's Tajh Boyd and Wyoming's Brett Smith have shown running ability but the question for them will be whether their passing is up to NFL standards. Blake Bortles has two seasons with rushing yardage in the high 200s, but the rest of the top prospects have never rushed for 200 yards in a single season. Teddy Bridgewater didn't amass a total of 200 yards rushing in three seasons as a starter.

The success of mobile quarterbacks over the past few years has primed the NFL and its fans for quarterbacks who can keep plays alive and take control of a game with both their arms and their legs. Innovative coaches like Chip Kelly and Jim Harbaugh have paved the way for mobile quarterbacks to be accepted like never before. Unfortunately, running ability doesn't seem to be a strong point of most of the top quarterbacks available in the 2014 draft.

Teddy Bridgewater
Louisville
11/10/1992 6-3 185
YearPassingRushing
AttCompPctYdsY/ATDINTSackedRatingAttYdsAvgTD
201342730371.039709.3031423171.163781.21
201241928768.537188.8727828160.574260.41
201129619164.521297.19141233132.489660.74
Total114278168.498178.60722484157.22261700.86
Johnny Manziel
Texas A&M
12/6/1992 6-1 210
YearPassingRushing
AttCompPctYdsY/ATDINTSackedRatingAttYdsAvgTD
201342930069.941149.59371319172.91447595.39
201243429568.037068.5426922155.320114107.021
Total86359568.978209.06632241164.134521696.330
Blake Bortles
Central Florida
12/16/1991 6-4 230
YearPassingRushing
AttCompPctYdsY/ATDINTSackedRatingAttYdsAvgTD
201338225967.835819.3725921163.4872723.16
201239925162.930597.6725722144.5872853.38
20111107568.29588.71638153.92140.21
Total89158565.775988.53561951153.81955612.815
Derek Carr
Fresno State
3/28/1991 6-3 218
YearPassingRushing
AttCompPctYdsY/ATDINTSackedRatingAttYdsAvgTD
201365945368.750827.7150811156.1401172.92
201251134467.341048.0337727155.96610.00
201144627962.635447.9526920144.557721.33
2009141071.41128.00000138.6100.00
Total1630108666.6128427.881132458152.71641901.25
Zach Mettenberger
LSU
7/16/1991 6-5 235
YearPassingRushing
AttCompPctYdsY/ATDINTSackedRatingAttYdsAvgTD
201329619264.9308210.4122821171.434-133-3.90
201235220758.826097.4112732128.347-208-4.40
201111872.7928.36100173.022814.00
Total65940761.857838.78351553148.483-313-3.80
Jimmy Garoppolo
Eastern Illinois
6-3 222
YearPassingRushing
AttCompPctYdsY/ATDINTSackedRatingAttYdsAvgTD
201349232065.044899.1248815170.670620.94
201254033161.338237.08311529134.28300.02
201134921762.226447.58201428136.766-61-0.91
201021112458.816397.77141318133.641-68-1.71
Total159299262.3125957.911135090145.9260-67-0.38
AJ McCarron
Alabama
9/13/1990 6-4 214
YearPassingRushing
AttCompPctYdsY/ATDINTSackedRatingAttYdsAvgTD
201333622667.330639.1228717167.234-22-0.60
201231421167.229339.3430322175.34940.11
201132821966.826348.0316513147.330-22-0.72
2010483062.53898.10302151.26-10-1.70
Total102668666.990198.79771554162.5119-50-0.43
Aaron Murray
Georgia
11/10/1990 6-1 208
YearPassingRushing
AttCompPctYdsY/ATDINTSackedRatingAttYdsAvgTD
201334722564.830758.8626913158.8581563.57
201238624964.5389310.09361026174.859-68-1.23
201140323859.131497.81351432146.4871111.32
201034220961.130498.9224824154.5871671.95
Total147892162.3131668.911214195158.62913960.916
Brett Smith
Wyoming
6/8/1992 6-3 205
YearPassingRushing
AttCompPctYdsY/ATDINTSackedRatingAttYdsAvgTD
201346729362.733757.23291125139.21245714.64
201233020562.128328.5827626157.61142482.26
201141525361.026226.32201111124.61397105.110
Total121275162.088297.28762862139.237715294.120
Tajh Boyd
Clemson
9/25/1990 6-1 225
YearPassingRushing
AttCompPctYdsY/ATDINTSackedRatingAttYdsAvgTD
201341328368.538519.32341132168.71544002.610
201242728767.238969.12361331165.6186542.810
201149929859.738287.67331231141.21422181.55
2010633352.43295.22435107.723331.41
Total140290164.3119048.491073999155.250511652.326
David Fales
San Jose State
10/4/1990 6-3 220
YearPassingRushing
AttCompPctYdsY/ATDINTSackedRatingAttYdsAvgTD
201348731264.141898.60331319153.34870.12
201245132772.541939.3033926170.842-139-3.30
Total93863968.183828.94662245161.790-132-1.52

Draft Status of Super Bowl Most Valuable Players

By Chris Malumphy
Draft Status of Super Bowl Most Valuable Players
MVP Name Team Position Drafted Round Pick Player Team Position College
1967Bart StarrPackersQB1956177200PackersQBAlabama
1968Bart StarrPackersQB1956177200PackersQBAlabama
1969Joe NamathJetsQB196511212CardinalsQBAlabama
1965111JetsQBAlabama
1970Len DawsonChiefsQB1957155SteelersQBPurdue
1971Chuck HowleyCowboysLB1958177BearsLBWest Virginia
1972Roger StaubachCowboysQB1964103129CowboysQBNavy
1973Jake ScottDolphinsS197073159DolphinsDBGeorgia
1974Larry CsonkaDolphinsRB1968188DolphinsRBSyracuse
1975Franco HarrisSteelersRB197211313SteelersRBPenn State
1976Lynn SwannSteelersWR197412121SteelersWRUSC
1977Fred BiletnikoffRaidersWR196531139LionsWRFlorida State
1965200RaidersWRFlorida State
1978Harvey MartinCowboysDE19733153CowboysDEEast Texas State
Randy WhiteCowboysDT1975122CowboysDTMaryland
1979Terry BradshawSteelersQB1970111SteelersQBLouisiana Tech
1980Terry BradshawSteelersQB1970111SteelersQBLouisiana Tech
1981Jim PlunkettRaidersQB1971111PatriotsQBStanford
1982Joe Montana49ersQB19793268249ersQBNotre Dame
1983John RigginsRedskinsRB1971166JetsRBKansas
1984Marcus AllenRaidersRB198211010RaidersRBUSC
1985Joe Montana49ersQB19793268249ersQBNotre Dame
1986Richard DentBearsDE198387203BearsDETennessee State
1987Phil SimmsGiantsQB1979177GiantsQBMorehead State
1988Doug WilliamsRedskinsQB197811717BuccaneersQBGrambling State
1989Jerry Rice49ersWR19851161649ersWRMississippi Valley State
1990Joe Montana49ersQB19793268249ersQBNotre Dame
1991Ottis AndersonGiantsRB1979188CardinalsRBMiami (FL)
1992Mark RypienRedskinsQB198668146RedskinsQBWashington State
1993Troy AikmanCowboysQB1989111CowboysQBUCLA
1994Emmitt SmithCowboysRB199011717CowboysRBFlorida
1995Steve Young49ersQB1984u111BuccaneersQBBrigham Young
1996Larry BrownCowboysCB19911214320CowboysDBTexas Christian
1997Desmond HowardPackersKR-PR1992144RedskinsWRMichigan
1998Terrell DavisBroncosRB1995625196BroncosRBGeorgia
1999John ElwayBroncosQB1983111ColtsQBStanford
2000Kurt WarnerRamsQB             Northern Iowa
2001Ray LewisRavensLB199612626RavensLBMiami (FL)
2002Tom BradyPatriotsQB2000633199PatriotsQBMichigan
2003Dexter JacksonBuccaneersS1999418113BuccaneersDBFlorida State
2004Tom BradyPatriotsQB2000633199PatriotsQBMichigan
2005Deion BranchPatriotsWR200223365PatriotsWRLouisville
2006Hines WardSteelersWR199833192SteelersWRGeorgia
2007Peyton ManningColtsQB1998111ColtsQBTennessee
2008Eli ManningGiantsQB2004111ChargersQBMississippi
2009Santonio HolmesSteelersWR200612525SteelersWROhio State
2010Drew BreesSaintsQB20012132ChargersQBPurdue
2011Aaron RodgersPackersQB200512424PackersQBCalifornia
2012Eli ManningGiantsQB2004111ChargersQBMississippi
2013Joe FlaccoRavensQB200811818RavensQBDelaware
2014Malcolm SmithSeahawksLB2011739242SeahawksLBUSC

Draft Status of Super Bowl Quarterbacks

By Chris Malumphy

Super Bowl Quarterbacks
Super BowlDraft
YearWinner/Loser Year Rnd Pick Plyr Team College
1967 Bart Starr, GB 1956 17 7 200 Packers Alabama
  Len Dawson, KC 1957 1 5 5 Steelers Purdue
1968 Bart Starr, GB 1956 17 7 200 Packers Alabama
  Daryle Lamonica, OAK 1963 24 14 188 Bills Notre Dame
1969 Joe Namath, NYJ 1965 1 1 1 Jets Alabama
  Johnny Unitas, BAL 1955 9 5 102 Steelers Louisville
1970 Len Dawson, KC 1957 1 5 5 Steelers Purdue
  Joe Kapp, MIN 1959 18 5 209 Redskins California
1971 Earl Morrall, BAL 1956 1 2 2 49ers Michigan State
  Craig Morton, DAL 1965 1 5 5 Cowboys California
1972 Roger Staubach, DAL 1964 10 3 129 Cowboys Navy
  Bob Griese, MIA 1967 1 4 4 Dolphins Purdue
1973 Bob Griese, MIA 1967 1 4 4 Dolphins Purdue
  Bill Kilmer, WAS 1961 1 11 11 49ers UCLA
1974 Bob Griese, MIA 1967 1 4 4 Dolphins Purdue
  Fran Tarkenton, MIN 1961 3 1 29 Vikings Georgia
1975 Terry Bradshaw, PIT 1970 1 1 1 Steelers Louisiana Tech
  Fran Tarkenton, MIN 1961 3 1 29 Vikings Georgia
1976 Terry Bradshaw, PIT 1970 1 1 1 Steelers Louisiana Tech
  Roger Staubach, DAL 1964 10 3 129 Cowboys Navy
1977 Kenny Stabler, OAK 1968 2 25 52 Raiders Alabama
  Fran Tarkenton, MIN 1961 3 1 29 Vikings Georgia
1978 Roger Staubach, DAL 1964 10 3 129 Cowboys Navy
  Craig Morton, DEN 1965 1 5 5 Cowboys California
1979 Terry Bradshaw, PIT 1970 1 1 1 Steelers Louisiana Tech
  Roger Staubach, DAL 1964 10 3 129 Cowboys Navy
1980 Terry Bradwhaw, PIT 1970 1 1 1 Steelers Louisiana Tech
  Vince Ferragamo, LAR 1977 4 7 91 Rams Nebraska
1981 Jim Plunkett, OAK 1971 1 1 1 Patriots Stanford
  Ron Jaworski, PHI 1973 2 11 37 Rams Youngstown State
1982 Joe Montana, SF 1979 3 26 82 49ers Notre Dame
  Ken Anderson, CIN 1971 3 15 67 Bengals Augustana IL
1983 Joe Theismann, WAS 1971 4 21 99 Dolphins Notre Dame
  David Woodley, MIA 1980 8 21 214 Dolphins Louisiana State
1984 Jim Plunkett, LAR 1971 1 1 1 Patriots Stanford
  Joe Theismann, WAS 1971 4 21 99 Dolphins Notre Dame
1985 Joe Montano, SF 1979 3 26 82 49ers Notre Dame
  Dan Marino, MIA 1983 1 27 27 Dolphins Pittsburgh
1986 Jim McMahon, CHI 1982 1 5 5 Bears Brigham Young
  Tony Eason, NE 1983 1 15 15 Patriots Illinois
  Steve Grogan, NE 1975 5 12 116 Patriots Kansas State
1987 Phil Simms, NYG 1979 1 7 7 Giants Morehead State
  John Elway, DEN 1983 1 1 1 Colts Stanford
1988 Doug Williams, WAS 1978 1 17 17 Buccaneers Grambling
  John Elway, DEN 1983 1 1 1 Colts Stanford
1989 Joe Montana, SF 1979 3 26 82 49ers Notre Dame
  Boomer Esiason, CIN 1984 2 10 38 Bengals Maryland
1990 Joe Montana, SF 1979 3 26 82 49ers Notre Dame
  John Elway, DEN 1983 1 1 1 Colts Stanford
1991 Jeff Hostetler, NYG 1984 3 3 59 Giants West Virginia
  Jim Kelly, BUF 1983 1 14 14 Bills Miami FL
1992 Mark Rypien, WAS 1986 6 8 146 Redskins Washington State
  Jim Kelly, BUF 1983 1 14 14 Bills Miami FL
1993 Troy Aikman, DAL 1989 1 1 1 Cowboys UCLA
  Jim Kelly, BUF 1983 1 14 14 Bills Miami FL
  Frank Reich, BUF 1985 3 1 57 Bills Maryland
1994 Troy Aikman, DAL 1989 1 1 1 Cowboys UCLA
  Jim Kelly, BUF 1983 1 14 14 Bills Miami FL
1995 Steve Young, SF 1984s 1 1 1 Buccaneers Brigham Young
  Stan Humphreys, SD 1988 6 22 159 Redskins Louisiana - Monroe
1996 Troy Aikman, DAL 1989 1 1 1 Cowboys UCLA
  Neil O'Donnell, PIT 1990 3 17 70 Steelers Maryland
1997 Brett Favre, GB 1991 2 6 33 Falcons Southern Mississippi
  Drew Bledsoe, NE 1993 1 1 1 Patriots Washington State
1998 John Elway, DEN 1983 1 1 1 Colts Stanford
  Brett Favre, GB 1991 2 6 33 Falcons Southern Mississippi
1999 John Elway, DEN 1983 1 1 1 Colts Stanford
  Chris Chandler, ATL 1988 3 21 76 Colts Washington
2000 Kurt Warner, STL undrafted Northern Iowa
  Steve McNair, TEN 1995 1 3 3 Oilers Alcorn State
2001 Trent Dilfer, BAL 1994 1 6 6 Buccaneers Fresno State
  Kerry Collins, NYG 1995 1 5 5 Panthers Penn State
2002 Tom Brady, NE 2000 6 33 199 Patriots Michigan
  Kurt Warner, STL undrafted Northern Iowa
2003 Brad Johnson, TB 1992 9 3 227 Vikings Florida State
  Rich Gannon, OAK 1987 4 14 98 Patriots Delaware
2004 Tom Brady, NE 2000 6 33 199 Patriots Michigan
  Jake Delhomme, CAR undrafted Louisiana - Lafayette
2005 Tom Brady, NE 2000 6 33 199 Patriots Michigan
  Donovan McNabb, PHI 1999 1 2 2 Patriots Syracuse
2006 Ben Roethlisberger, PIT 2004 1 11 11 Steelers Miami OH
  Matt Hasselbeck, SEA 1998 6 34 187 Packers Boston College
2007 Peyton Manning, IND 1998 1 1 1 Colts Tennessee
  Rex Grossman, CHI 2003 1 22 22 Bears Florida
2008 Eli Manning, NYG 2004 1 1 1 Chargers Mississippi
  Tom Brady, NE 2000 6 33 199 Patriots Michigan
2009 Ben Roethlisberger, PIT 2004 1 11 11 Steelers Miami OH
  Kurt Warner, ARI undrafted Northern Iowa
2010 Drew Brees, NO 2001 2 1 32 Chargers Purdue
  Peyton Manning, IND 1998 1 1 1 Colts Tennessee
2011 Aaron Rodgers, GB 2005 1 24 24 Packers California
  Ben Roethlisberger, PIT 2004 1 11 11 Steelers Miami OH
2012 Eli Manning, NYG 2004 1 1 1 Chargers Mississippi
  Tom Brady, NE 2000 6 33 199 Patriots Michigan
2013 Joe Flacco, BAL 2008 1 18 18 Ravens Delaware
  Colin Kaepernick, SF 2011 2 4 36 49ers Nevada
2014 Russell Wilson, SEA 2012 3 12 75 Seahawks Wisconsin
  Peyton Manning, DEN 1998 1 1 1 Colts Tennessee

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