Round Two NFL Mock Draft

Was a very exciting (and surprisingly quick paced) 1st round and now that it's over, it feels as though it is going to be even harder to predict the upcoming round. We're certainly aren't going to let that stop us from taking a shot it. Lets take a look at who is still on the board.


33. New England - Justin Houston DE/OLB Georgia

After taking Solder, the Patriots traded out of the first round and pass rusher is their biggest need.

34. Buffalo - Akeem Ayers, OLB/DE UCLA

The Bills did well to get the best defensive lineman in the draft with their first pick, now its time to upgrade the pass rush.

35.  Cincinnati - Andy Dalton, QB TCU

I am not as high on Dalton here, but after the run on quarterbacks yesterday, and all I love I hear Cincy's new offensive coordinator has for Dalton, they may take a shot here.

36. Denver - Marvin Austin DT UNC

They got a versatile LB, they they still need bodies along the front four.

37. Cleveland - Da'Quan Bowers, DE Clemson

His medicals must have really scared teams to have Bowers fall out of the first round entirely. I'm not privy to the exact details on his knee, but for a guy who was once considered the #1 overall prospect, the Browns could get a steal reshaping their D-line

38. Arizona - Martez Wilson, LB Illinois

Word is Arizona is hoping on trading for Kolb once they can, so they might look to continue to upgrade the defense.



39. Tennessee - Stephen Paea, DT Oregon State

A disruptive force in the middle of the defense that they haven't had still Hanyesworth was there.

40. Dallas Cowboys - Aaron Williams, FS Texas

Dallas needs secondary help and I'm sure Jerry wouldn't mind grabbing an instate kid either.

41. Washington - Mikel Leshoure, RB Illinois

I'm sure Shannan still has a soft spot for Portis, but nabbing a top flight RB like Leshoure would help the corp of running backs

42. Houston - Brandon Harris, CB Miami

Another team that needs secondary help. Could use more young talent, but wouldn't be surprised if they find someone if FA too.

43. Minnesota - Rahim Moore, FS UCLA

They went out and got their QB, now they go out and get a play maker at safety

44. Detroit - Bruce Carter, LB UNC

The front four is scary enough, now they can look to upgrade the next level of the defense.

45. San Francisco - Randall Cobb, WR Kentucky

Cobb is an great offensive weapon to pair with Crabtree and Davis

46. Denver - Ben Ijalana, OG/OT

A good swing lineman whose skill match up with what Denver likes to do on offense

47. St. Louis - Titus Young, WR Boise State

A great offensive weapon to help their budding QB star

48. Oakland - Colin Kapernick, QB Nevada

He's fast and throws a terrific deep ball. Hw is this not Al Davis's guy?



49. Washington - Christian Ballard, DT/DE Iowa

Adding youth and talent to the D-line. Really don't think the drug test hurts him that much, if at all

50. San Diego -Jabaal Sheard, OLB/DE

Because you can never have too many pass rushers in a 3-4

51. Tampa Bay - Mason Foster, LB Washington

Tampa will continue to upgrade their defense and Foster is a great value here

52. New York Giants - Stefen Wisniewski, C/OG Penn State

A big, nasty lineman to develop in the middle of their lineup

53. Indianapolis - Ryan Mallett, QB Arkansas

Crazy shot in the dark, but try and follow me. Word has been they are looking to groom someone behind Manning. Indy has a great locker room to help with any off field issues and Mallett has an arm that's not unlike their current starter. After sitting behind Manning, he should be coming into a good situation or at the very least be valuable on the trade market, not unlike the journey Kolb has taken.

54. Philadelphia - Jurrell Casey, DT USC

Reid loves his lineman and they could always add talent up front

55. Kansas City - Brooks Reed, OLB Arizona

A pass rusher to complement Tamba Hali

56. New England - Torrey Smith, WR Maryland

A WR that can "open the top" the of the defense. His speed will help open up the underneath for Welker and the TEs

57. Seattle - Brandon Burton, CB Utah

The Hawks have surprisingly little behind Trufant at corner

58. Baltimore - Leonard Hankerson, WR Miami

A good possession WR to learn behind Mason while rotating in on Sundays

59. Cleveland - Kyle Rudolph. TE Notre Dame

With Atlanta's 2nd rounder, they can afford a little luxury and get McCoy a nice weapon

60. New England - Allen Bailey, DT/DE Miami

More bodies for the defensive line

61. San Diego - DeMarco Murray, RB Oklahoma

With Sporles possibly leaving and Matthews not yet playing a full season, a change of pace back like Murray would fit nicely into their backfield

62. Chicago - Curtis Brown, CB Texas

Chicago feels it can get pressure with Peppers and the front four, so they need to continue to build the backend of their D

63. Pittsburgh - Davon House, CB New Mexico State

Pittsburgh's corners didn't play up to expectations last season and young would be served at the position

64. Green Bay - Jerrel Jernigan, WR Troy

They got more protection for Rodgers, why not get him an extra weapon too

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