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With the 64th pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Saints select...
USC OT Charles Brown
The Saints were rumored to be shopping Jammal Brown so I can see the logic behind this pick.
Drew Brees is the Saints most important asset right now so it makes sense they're putting the pieces in place to protect him.
Our Saints blog, Canal Street Chronicles, is satisfied with the pick:
Another shocking draft choice from the New Orleans Saints this year as they select offensive tackle Charles Brown from - surprise, surprise - USC. The Saints have yet to address their need at linebacker and on the defensive line in this years draft.
Not to be confused with Charles Brown the musician and singer of my favorite Christmas song, however, the left tackle was probably the best value with the 64th pick and highest rated player left on the board. And remember, Drew Brees is the most important piece of this puzzle. Drafting Brown is a statement that says the Saints are serious about making sure Drew's protected. It's also says they may not be so confident in Jammal Brown and Jermon Bushrod.
This has to be a sure sign that the Saints are ready to part ways with Pro-Bowl left tackle Jammal Brown. We can't have two left tackles named Brown. It'll just get too confusing.
With the 63rd pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Colts select...
Iowa LB Pat Angerer
Angerer is a three-down player who can also play special teams so this is a solid pick. He was First Team All-America and First Team All-Big Ten.
He played middle linebacker after earning the starting job in 2008.
Black Heart Gold Pants has offered a handy guide outlining what you can expect from one Mr. Pat Angerer. Check it out. WARNING: Colorful language is involved.
With the 62nd pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Patriots select...
Florida LB Brandon Spikes
SB Nation's own Andrew Sharp, who is live at Radio City Music Hall for the draft, has this immediate reaction:
Never understand why a guy like Brandon Spikes drops this far. Ignore the numbers: the guy is a total ass-kicker, and he'll be a good pro.
With the 61st pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Jets select...
UMass OL Vladimir Ducasse
I like this pick a lot. Ducasse has the ability to play guard or tackle.
There have been reports that G Alan Faneca is on the trade block and this pick would only help stir the pot with that one.
With the 60th pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Seahawks select...
Notre Dame WR Golden Tate
This is an interesting pick.
Golden Tate went to Notre Dame, who's biggest rival is USC, who was coached by Pete Carroll, who is now the Seahawks head coach. Does that make any sense? Interesting situation there.
Tate will be a slot receiver in Seattle. The Seahawks were in on the Brandon Marshall trade talks so you know they wanted a receiver.
Tate comes from a pro-style offense so he should be able to make a nice transition to the NFL.
Here's the take from our Seahawks blog, Field Gulls:
He is not a traditional receiver. Tate is the new receiver. He's an absolute bulldog after the catch. Tate powers through corners. He excels at screen passes and short routes. Tate can be a quarterback's best friend. The kind of receiver that takes a little and explodes for a lot. In a different passing environment, his limitations might upend him. In the new passing environment, corners playing off, physical coverage barred, spread-style offenses everywhere, Tate could be the new big thing.
The Browns have traded up to the 59th pick of the 2010 NFL Draft. With this pick, they select...
Tennessee RB Montario Hardesty
More analysis on Hardesty is coming, but at this time it is clear that Hardesty is almost certainly not Colt McCoy. For more, head on over to our Browns blog, Dawgs By Nature, and our Tennessee blog, Rocky Top Talk.
With the 58th pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Texans select...
Auburn RB Ben Tate
The Texans traded their 2nd and 5th round picks to New England for this pick so they must like Tate quite a bit.
Tate is 5'11" and 220 pound and runs a 4.43 forty yard dash. The Texans were reportedly targeting running backs in this draft to pair with Steve Slaton.
With the 55th pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers select...
DE Mike Neal
With the 55th pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Cowboys select...
Penn State LB Sean Lee
The Cowboys traded their second and fourth round picks to move into the Eagles spot.
Lee comes from "Linebacker U" -- aka Penn State -- and stands 6'2" and weighs 236 pounds.
With the 54th pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Bengals select...
Florida DE Carlos Dunlap
After looking at the stats, Cincy Jungle has some thoughts on Mr. Dunlap:
The Bengals have questions heading into the 2010 NFL season with Antwan Odom coming off a serious injury and Robert Geathers' continued performance degradation as a pass rusher. Although Jonathan Fanene did yeoman work in place of Odom, the Cincinnati Bengals finished the season ranked 16th with 34 sacks. Average. The Bengals struggled finishing the season with only nine sacks in the final seven games, losing four games during that span. In only five games did the defense record more than two quarterbacks sacks.
Also consider that the Bengals will be facing some of the league's best passing offenses, having a quality pass rush is somewhat of a necessity. Along with some immediate help, Dunlap joining forces with Michael Johnson creates an exciting youth movement at the position with two pass rushers that could cause major headaches.
With the 53rd pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Patriots select...
Florida LB Jermaine Cunningham.
With the 52nd pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Steelers select...
Virginia Tech OLB Jason Worilds
The Texans have traded the 51st overall pick of the 2010 NFL Draft to the Vikings. With this pick, the Vikings select...
Stanford RB Toby Gerhart
Our Vikings blog, Daily Norseman, is surprised by this pick, but very happy:
Whoa. Totally did not see this coming, but I LOVE this pick.
The Vikings moved up to the Houston Texans' spot at #51 to select the Heisman Trophy candidate out of Stanford. To make the move, the Vikings gave up their second round pick (#62 overall) and their third-round selection (#93 overall).After the Vikings lost Chester Taylor this off-season, they needed someone to fill the backup RB/potential third down back role on the roster, and they couldn't ask for much more than what they got in Gerhart
With the 50th pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Chiefs select....
Alabama CB Javier Arenas
Didn't see this one coming. The Chiefs are set at corner with Brandon Flowers and Brandon Carr. Arenas will be a special teams guy (but then again so is McCluster, pick 36).
Arenas comes from a top tier college program coached by Nick Saban, who previously worked with Chiefs GM Scott Pioli.
With the 49th pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the 49ers select...
USC S Taylor Mays
This is another "Wow" pick because folks have been wondering where Mays will go. He's a physical specimen and can deliver hits like no other. However, he lacks production at USC which makes some people wonder how effective he'll be at the next level.
With the 47th pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Cardinals select...
TCU LB Daryl Washington
Wow. This is a surprise.
The Cardinals gave up their second round pick and third round pick to move up to the Patriots spot here at pick 47.
Washington is coming from TCU
With the 46th pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Giants select....
East Carolina DT Linval Joseph
For more on Mr. Joseph, head over to our Giants blog, Big Blue View.
With the 45th pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Broncos select...
Utah OT Zane Beadles
Beadles is an interesting pick but makes sense for the Broncos, who value versatile players. Beadles can play tackle or guard but played mostly tackle in college.
He was a highly touted prospect his senior season at Utah.
Some immediate reaction from our Broncos blog, Mile High Report:
The Denver Broncos continue to think outside the box in this draft, selecting Zane Beadles with the 13th pick in the second round. Beadles spent the last two-plus seasons at offensive tackle for Utah, but he'll likely move into a guard spot at the next level. By most accounts, that transition should be a smooth one for him and it elevates his ceiling considerably. At 6'5", 310 pounds, Zane is yet another young, talented big body to plug in along the offensive line. He is known for - surprise! - his toughness, leadership, versatility and work ethic.
For all things Broncos, stay tuned to Mile High Report.
With the 44th pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Raiders select....
Texas DT Lamarr Houston
With the 43rd pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Ravens select...
Texas LB/DE Sergio Kindle
This has the potential to be an outstanding pick. Kindle was rated very highly on a lot of boards but was knocked down because of a knee issue that some think might require microfracture surgery.
If Kindle is completely healthy, then they just got a heck of a pick.
Kindle should play linebacker in the Ravens 3-4 defense.
With the 42nd pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Patriots select...
Arizona TE Rob Gronkowski
The Raiders traded this pick to the Patriots, who selected Gronkowski. The Pats gave up a 6th round pick to go up two spots.
Gronkowski has been described as one of the best tight ends in this draft but has a slight injury history. The Patriots can afford to take a flyer on someone like him.
With the 41st pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Bills select...
Central Florida DT Torell Troup
Jimmy Clausen was still on the board so this pick will definitely be questioned but Troup can potentially be the Bills nose tackle in their 3-4 defense. Other 3-4 teams that showed interest were the Chiefs, Patriots, Broncos and Browns.
Troup has been flying up boards because he's one of the few players that can actually play nose tackle.
With the 40th pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Dolphins select...
Utah LB Koa Misi
With the 39th pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Bucs select...
Illinois WR Arrelious Benn
The Bucs traded their second round and fifth round picks to jump back up so they must have really liked Benn.
Benn is a big, physical receiver who should give Josh Freeman another option.
Another option here would've been Golden Tate, who isn't quite as big as Benn but more of a traditional slot receiver.
Sitting pretty with the 34th pick, it appeared the Minnesota Vikings had just pulled off a masterstroke. They traded out of the first round at no. 30 and passed up a chance at Notre Dame QB Jimmy Clausen, but did so knowing that none of the teams at nos. 31 (Colts), 32 (Saints), and 33 (Rams) needed a quarterback. After none of those teams traded their pick, it looked like the Vikings had lucked into a potential quarterback of the future in the 2nd round.
And then they selected... Chris Cook? Maybe Minnesota's adopting the "Win now" philosophy, and that's fine. But it's not like their window's closing anytime soon. The Vikings have pieces on both offense and defense that'll keep them in the league's highest tier for at least the next few years. One piece they don't have? Quarterback.
After Brett Favre retires, who takes over? Tarvaris Jackson, again? Maybe on the fifth try, he won't look quite as disastrous under center. Sage Rosenfels? An aging veteran?
To get a good quarterback, you have to make it a priority. Minnesota's shown over and over again, it's not a priority. Here's what I wrote when they were considering signing Favre last year:
The Minnesota Vikings created this mess by being incredibly sh--ty, and equally lazy, about getting a capable starting quarterback to pair with Adrian Peterson. Drafting Tarvaris Jackson was a nice idea, and having Gus Frerotte as a backup was a solid solution, too. But Jackson’s been in the league for like 4 years now! I think we can definitively conclude that yes, he sucks. And Gus Frerotte, for all his abilities as a warm bodied third stringer, is alternately retarded and meek when you start talking about him as a starter on a winning team. If there’s anyone who can possibly be concussed in a figurative sense, it’s him.
Make no mistake; they lucked out in siging Favre last year. They had no other options, and he was 50-50 about coming back to football. If he'd gone the other way and remained retired, are we sure Minnesota even makes the playoffs without him? Favre was a quick fix, but their approach to team-building is still flawed, and there's still no long-term solution to their vacancy at quarterback. Clausen could have been the solution for them. We went over this earlier.
If the Rams can roll the dice with Sam Bradford's gimpy shoulder at number one, some team should be willing to go after Clausen, a guy with all the talent you'd ever want in a quarterback, no red flags and plenty of room for growth. Put Clausen at Oklahoma and Bradford at Notre Dame the past few years, and there's a good chance this whole conversation's reversed. Instead, Clausen had to run a pro offense with college players, a bad college line and the constant pressure of unrealistic expectations.
Basically, surround Clausen with the right people, and there's no reason he won't succed.
And Minnestoa IS that great situation. Behind a dominant offensive line, with an explosive running game, and having a year to study under Brett Favre... I mean, if Jimmy Clausen's even a little bit talented, he'd be above average there. Instead... Chris Clark. And Jimmy Clausen's inexplicable freefall continues.
With the 38th pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Browns select…
Oregon S TJ Ward
Colt McCoy? Guess not. The Browns address their need at safety, but pass on Taylor Mays, Morgan Burnett, and others. Ward is a speedy, versatile option, but many have concerns over his durability.
Oh, and Ward can tell everyone that he was announced by Jim Brown. That’s pretty special.
With the 37th pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Chiefs select…
South Florida S Nate Allen
The Eagles use the pick they acquired from the Donovan McNabb trade to take Allen. He’ll be charged with the task of replacing Brian Dawkins in the Philadelphia secondary.
Taylor Mays was also an option here, but Allen is the better coverage safety, and is ultimately the safer pick.
With the 36th pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Chiefs select...
Ole Miss RB/WR Dexter McCluster
This is an interesting pick but a good one. Most thought Golden Tate would be the pick here if it was a receiver.
McCluster, though, can fill a couple of needs. He's a receiver/running back/kick returner -- at least two of those are needs for the Chiefs. At first glance, McCluster looks to fill a similar role as Percy Harvin does with the Vikings.
Charlie Weis and Todd Haley should have fun with him.
With the 35th pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Bucs select...
UCLA DT Brian Price
Wow. The Bucs got two of the top defensive tackles in this draft.
Price is a prototypical 4-3 defensive end at 6'2", 300 pounds. He had 23.5 tackles for loss and seven sacks last season at UCLA.
With the 34th pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Vikings select...
Virginia CB Chris Cook
Cook is a big, 6'2", 210 pound corner from Virginia but has some concerns.
He missed part of his freshman year with a broken legl as well as the 2007 season with a knee injury. He missed the entire 2008 season because of academic issues.
The talent seems to be there but there are definitely some concerns with him.
With the 33rd pick in the 2010 NFL draft, the Rams select....
Indiana OL Rodger Saffold
This is a solid selection for the Rams. He's a four-year starter from Indiana where he played left tackle. He's projected to play anywhere from left or right tackle and even guard.
This now allows the Rams to move Alex Barron, which they reportedly tried to do earlier in the offseason.
I'm not a draft "expert". Not a guru. Haven't watched hours of tape. Didn't even sleep at a Holiday Inn Express last night. So basically, I know just as much as Todd McShay does. Those caveats aside, here's EXACTLY HOW ROUND 2 WILL PLAY OUT:
33. FAKE TRADE ALERT: Cleveland Browns (from St. Louis) -- Colt McCoy, Texas Quarterback
Jake Delhomme, Seneca Wallace and Brett Ratliff are the only quarterbacks currently Cleveland currently has under contract. Eric Mangini may love him some Brett Ratliff, but it's fair to say that quarterback is a position of need for the Browns. Expect them to pay a steep price to outbid the other suitors desperately trying to trade up for this pick.
34. Minnesota Vikings (from Detroit) -- Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame Quarterback
And just like that the two remaining marquee signal callers are gone. While their window with Favre is more or less just this season, a potential top-ten value in Clausen is too much for the Vikes to pass up at this juncture, considering they don't have a proverbial "quarterback of the future".
35. Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Carlos Dunlap, Florida Defensive End
With plenty of receivers likely to still be around when they pick later in the second round, look for the Bucs to address one of their myriad other holes: defensive end. While Dunlap might be a slight reach due to dreaded "off-the-field" but his talent is beyond question. Pairing him with first-rounder Gerald McCoy could go far to resurrect the Tampa Two.
36. Kansas City Chiefs -- Roger Saffold, Indiana Offensive Tackle
Most mocks had the Chiefs going after one of the triumvirate of top tackles -- Russel Okung, Trent Williams or Bryan Bulga -- in the first round, so with the Chiefs opting instead for the playmaking ability of Eric Berry, look for them to address their big uglies this time around. Saffold is a safe, if unspectacular, option.
37. Philadelphia Eagles (from Washington) -- Everson Griffen, USC Defensive End
Andy Reid subscribes to the "Big Bodies" theory of drafting, meaning the Eagles will likely look to bolster one of their lines in the second round. Griffen -- if motivated -- would make a nice bookend opposite Trent Cole.
38. FAKE TRADE ALERT: St. Louis Rams -- Arrelious Benn, Illinois Wide Receiver
Sam Bradford needs someone to throw the ball to.
39. Oakland Raider -- Bruce Campbell, Maryland Offensive Tackle
Oakland needs offensive line help. There are surer things at this point...but Campbell boasts the type of off-the-charts athleticism Al Davis usually can't resist.
40. Miami Dolphins (from Seattle via San Diego) -- Terrence Cody, Alabama Defensive Tackle
The Dolphins need a clogging nose tackle for their 3-4. No one in this class fits that mold better than Cody.
41. Buffalo Bills --Charles Brown, USC Offensive Tackle
They missed out on the quarterbacks, but the Bills can still address a major need along the offensive line in Brown.
42. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Chicago) -- Golden Tate, Notre Dame Wide Receiver
The Bucs need tons of help in the passing game with Antonio Bryant now departed, and Tate gives them a quality target who's monstrous after the catch.
43. Baltimore Ravens (from Miami via Denver) -- Nate Allen, South Florida Safety
Those Ed Reed retirement rumors mean Ozzie Newswome will go shopping for their heir apparent in the secondary. Allen would be a very solid value at this point.
44. FAKE TRADE ALERT: San Francisco 49ers -- Taylor Mays, USC Safety
What, you didn't think the Patriots would actually stay in their draft spot, did you? The Niners move up to end Mays' free fall, giving up a fourth-rounder in the process. Mike Singletary is convinced he can get the most of anyone, and USC's muscle-bound safety will be no exception.
45. Denver Broncos -- Darryl Washington, TCU Outside Linebacker
The Broncos' defense got exposed over the second half of the season, so look for them to inject some athleticism into their front seven with Washington.
46. New York Giants -- Jon Asamoah, Illinois Guard
The Giants addressed their defensive line in Round One with Jason Pierre-Paul, and look for them to fortify their offensive line this time around. UCLA defensive tackle Brian Price should also be in the mix here.
47. New England Patriots (from Tennessee) -- Linval Joseph, East Carolina Defensive End/Tackle
Bill Belichick covets versatile defensive linemen who can flip between the 4-3 and the 3-4, so Joseph is a tremendous fit for them.
48. Carolina Panthers -- Damian Williams, USC Wide Receiver
If it seems like the Panthers have perpetually been looking for a legit second option in their passing game to ease the pressure off Steve Smith for the last five years, it's because they have.
49. FAKE TRADE ALERT: New England Patriots -- Dexter McCluster, Ole Miss Running Back
McCluster is more of a running back/receiver hybrid, in the mold of Percy Harvin or Reggie Bush, so he will not only give the Pats some explosive plays out of the backfield, but help fill the void in the slot, assuming Wes Welker isn't back at full strength for the beginning of the season.
50. Kansas City Chiefs (from Atlanta) -- Sergio Kindle, Texas Outside Linebacker
At some point, the chance to land a top-flight talent is worth the risk that Kindle's medical concerns will sideline him. This is that point. The Chiefs need a rush linebacker for their 3-4, and Kindle might be the best one in this class.
51. Houston Texans -- Toby Gerhart, Stanford Running Back
An inability to run the ball -- particularly at the goal line -- haunted Houston last season. Gerhart's physical style is the perfect antidote to their woes, and makes him an ideal complement to Steve Slaton as well.
52. Pittsburgh Steelers -- Vladimir Ducasse, UMass Guard
The Steelers brass went a long way to solidifying their line with Maurkice Pouncey in Round 1, and Ducasse will add to the extreme makeover. Somewhere, Rashard Mendenhall is smiling.
53. New England Patriots --Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati Wide Receiver
Randy Moss will likely walk at the end of the year and Wes Welker will probably be hobbled, at least to start the season, so receiver is a priority for the Pats. Gilyard is not only a top prospect, but he's a kickoff return terror, giving the Pats a nice boost on special teams as well.
54. Cincinnati Bengals -- Brian Price, UCLA Defensive Tackle
Marvin Lewis continues the Bengals' transformation into an elite defensive unit with Price.
55. Philadelphia Eagles -- Major Wright, Florida Safety
A year later, the Eagles have their replacement for Brian Dawkins.
56. Green Bay Packers -- Ricky Sapp, Clemson Defensive End/Outside Linebacker
With Aaron Kampman now patrolling the field in Jacksonville, the Packers need a rush linebacker to line up opposite Clay Matthews.
57. Baltimore Ravens -- Brandon LaFell, LSU Wide Receiver
Anquan Boldin was a start, but Baltimore still needs to surround Joe Flacco with more weapons; Derrick Mason won't be around much longer.
58. Arizona Cardinals -- Rob Gronkowski, Arizona Tight End
The Cardinals are going to need to give Matt Leinart as much help as possible; the uber-talented Gronkowski would be a good fit in the desert.
59.-- Morgan Burnett, Georgia Tech Safety
Dallas still has a hole at safety so this pick makes too much sense.
60.(from San Diego) -- Taylor Price, Ohio Wide Receiver
With Nate Burleson gone, receiver is suddenly a position of need for Pete Carroll's squad.
61.-- Al Woods, LSU Defensive Tackle
Rex Ryan can never have enough front seven talent.
62. Minnesota Vikings -- Chris Cook, Virginia Cornerback
The Vikings have few holes, but the secondary is probably their most glaring.
63.-- Cam Thomas, North Carolina Defensive Tackle
Offensive line is also an option, but look for the Colts to go for the best available defensive tackle.
64.-- Aaron Hernandez, Florida Tight End
Does Drew Brees need more toys? Of course not, but that doesn't mean Sean Payton doesn't love giving him them.is seemingly perpetually injured, and is getting up there in age, so Hernandez makes more sense than it would seem at first blush.
In the weeks leading up to the NFL Draft, our network of NFL bloggers did a pick-by-pick mock draft of the first two rounds. In preparation for Friday night’s second round, we thought we’d revisit how they predicted the round 2 would play out. Keep in mind, some of the players here were taken in the first round, but despite that, the type of player that was selected should give some idea of what each team’s needs are.
For further analysis of each pick, check out the original mock draft.
33. St. Louis: Everson Griffen, DE, USC
34. Detroit: Jahvid Best, RB, California
35. Tampa Bay: Golden Tate, WR, Notre Dame
36. Kansas City: Nate Allen, S, South Florida
37. Philadelphia: Daryl Washington, LB, TCU
38. Cleveland: Colt McCoy, QB, Texas
39. Oakland: Bruce Campbell, OT, Maryland
40. San Diego: Cam Thomas, NT, North Carolina
41. Buffalo: Eric Norwood, OLB, South Carolina
42. Tampa Bay – Patrick Robinson, CB, Florida State
43. Miami – Demaryius Thomas, WR, Georgia Tech
44. New England – Ricky Sapp, OLB, Clemson
45. Denver – Jonathan Dwyer, RB, Georgia Tech
46. New York Giants – Brian Price, DT, UCLA
47. New England – Damian Williams, WR, USC
48. Carolina – Mardy Gilyard, WR, Cincinnati
49. San Francisco – Vladimir Ducasse, OG, Massachusetts
50. Kansas City – Jared Veldheer, OT, Hillsdale
51. Houston – Kareem Jackson, CB, Alabama
52. Pittsburgh – Chad Jones, S, LSU
53. New England – Rodger Saffold, OT, Indiana
54. Cincinnati – Jon Asamoah, G, Illinois
55. Philadelphia – Morgan Burnett, S Georgia Tech
56. Green Bay – Dominique Franks, CB Oklahoma
57. Baltimore – Tyson Alualu, DE/DT, California
58. Arizona – Sean Lee, ILB, Penn State
59. Dallas – Arrelious Benn, WR, Illinois
60. Seattle – Taylor Price, WR, Ohio
61. New York Jets – Dexter McCluster, RB/WR, Mississippi
62. Minnesota – Tim Tebow, QB, Florida
63. Indianapolis – Arthur Jones, DT, Syracuse
64. New Orleans – Toby Gerhart, RB, Stanford
With the wealth of trades that went down during round 1 of the NFL Draft Thursday night, the pick order for the next two rounds has changed pretty drastically. Thankfully, our friends at Mocking The Draft have it all sorted out for us.
Here is the full order for all of the picks that will be made Friday night:
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