I used to rack my brain trying to figure out which player each team would select in the first round of every draft. It took me almost a decade, but I finally realized the NFL draft is an inherently unpredictable entity. Not even the NFL teams themselves have a good feel for what will happen. Most recently, the draft's predictability took a major hit via the revised Rookie Wage Scale, which has led to far more draft-day trades. So just as I believe you should with any other NFL Mock Draft, consider this one pure entertainment.
My personal goal for the 2015 draft is to correctly connect six players to the team that selects them. Last year, the best mock drafter in the nation accurately matched eight players with the drafting team.
1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Florida State QB Jameis Winston
The writing has been on the wall. Winston best fits new Bucs OC Dirk Koetter's vertical-passing offense and is ready to be installed as a Week 1 starter.
2. Philadelphia Eagles -- Oregon QB Marcus Mariota
I think Chip Kelly finds a way to get this done. The Browns want Sam Bradford, the Titans need numerous roster reinforcements, and the Eagles have both picks and young players they're willing to move. Philadelphia also has the pieces in place to field a big-time running game, easing Mariota's transition.