My Final 2012 Two-Round Mock Draft, with a bonus!

In the comments section, please let me know who you would have wanted your team to take given who was available and also please see the 62nd overall pick.

#1: QB Andrew Luck, Stanford, to the Colts.

Horseshoes are for good luck.

#2 : QB Robert Griffin III, Baylor, to the Redskins.

His arm looks better than Luck's.

#3: LT Matt Kalil, USC, to the Vikings.

No team offers up the first born of all their players and coaches, so the Vikings pull the trigger.

#4: RB Trent Richardson, Alabama, to the Browns.

A blue-chip running back. How do you pass up on this?

#5: CB Morris Claiborne, LSU, to the Bucs.

They made some bold moves in free-agency but need to bolster their secondary. The situation is dire.

#6: WR Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma, to the Rams.

Alex Smith aside, you don't draft a QB 1st-overall to be a game-manager. They pull the trigger and give Bradford a real weapon.

#7: WR Michael Floyd, Notre Dame, to the Jaguars.
Does the 'Stache pass on a chance for the next Julius Peppers? Yes, because Coples has question marks and the Jags need a game-changing WR. Floyd would give Blaine Gabbert a chance to get the passing-game off the ground.

#8: DE/OLB Melvin Ingram, South Carolina, to the Dolphins.

Why reach for a QB with little tape? The Phins should not make the mistake the Jets made with Sanchez, and instead add some pass-rush to give Wake some help from the opposite DE/OLB position. Edge pressure is far and away more effective when it's coming from both sides. Their main divisional rivals this season are likely Brady and Fitzpatrick working out of pass-heavy offenses. Ingram also excels against the run which will be perfect for when Sanchez and Tebow are scrambling in the battle for the AFC East. They pass on Coples because it sure looked like he tried his best to play without getting injured for a whole year.

#9: DE Quinton Coples, North Carolina, to the Panthers.

They've taken a look at him already. It's him, Brockers, or Cox. They need to upgrade their defensive line on the perimeter and generate some pressure on opposing QBs in a division which includes Matt Ryan and Drew Brees . Say what you will on Coples, but don't expect him to drop from the top-10. Even if Ingram surpassed him as the first DE taken off the board.

#10: T Jonathan Martin, Stanford, to the Bills.

They have a glaring hole at Tackle this off-season. He may be a little bit of a reach but he is a solid player who fills their biggest need at the best value. Remember, Michael Floyd isn't available and they more than fixed their pass-rush problem.

#11: RG David DeCastro, Stanford, to the Chiefs.

It's a post-Shields/Waters world in Kansas City. Add in that big FA-upgrade to Right Tackle in the form of Mr. Winston and the Chiefs offensive line will be ready to give chase to Peyton Manning's line in Denver.

#12: DE/OLB Courtney Upshaw, Alabama, to the Seahawks.

The Seahawks have kept their best beefy-guys on the interior D-Line, and added another big one in Jason Jones. Now they bring in some edge pressure in the form of a DE/OLB.

#13: ILB Luke Kuechly, Boston College, to the Cardinals.

Riley Reiff is available, but Kuechly is going to one day be the leader of that angry-bird defensive front-7 sporting the all-important green dot on his helmet.

#14: DT/NT Dontari Poe, Memphis, to the Cowboys.

The Jerry Jones smokescreen clears to give way to the workout warrior who they were so interested in they didnt want to even show their interest at all. If Poe pans out it means they can finally move Ratliff to 34 DE where he might be better suited.

#15: DT/DE Fletcher Cox, Mississippi, to the Eagles.

The Eagles managed to upgrade the ILB in FA and made DeSean Jackson very happy. Now Andy Reid looks for a big tall disruptive kind of guy who came get his hands up in the air on a QB's strong-side. Eagles need depth behind Jenkins/Patterson and Andy Reid likes having guys to fight in the trenches.

#16: RT Riley Reiff, Iowa, to the Jets.

Upshaw, Ingram, and Richardson are gone. The good news is Rex has a shot at Riley "T-Rex" Reiff to plug the biggest weakness of their offensive line. He would also serve as the protector of lefty Tebow's blindside. It's not a sexy move, but Sparano will have to make it clear that it's an necessary move unless a big trade is offered. A Right-Tackle is as important to the run game as a Left-Tackle is to the pass game.

#17: CB Stephon Gilmore, South Carolina, to the Bengals.

They have needs in the CB-corps and Gilmore will be ready to play come Cincy's 2012 season opener. If a Cincy fan questions his ability, just watch his college tape against A.J. Green.

#18: SS Mark Barron, Alabama, to the Chargers.

Their offensive line and pass-rush needs help, and they're getting old at CB. However, they can't pass up on an opportunity of creating one of the best Safety-tandems in the league with Eric Weddle at FS and Mark Barron at SS.

#19: T/G Cordy Glenn, Georgia, to the Bears.

He looks like a good fit for the system. They really don't have much of a choice.

#20: C/G Peter Konz, Wisconsin, to the Titans.

The Titans Titans need OLine and DLine help. They consider Brockers or Konz and then make the decision. It comes down to their future QB and their franchise RB, one CJ2K, who both need help in the trenches upfront. They try to trade-down but don't get the offer they want.

#21: QB Ryan Tannehill, Texas A&M, to the Dolphins.

The Bengals looked over at the other team from Ohio and saw how happy they were that Tannehill was falling to them. Then Cincinnati smited Cleveland, and traded down with the Dolphins for their early-2nd and early-3rd picks along with a 2013 3rd rounder. The Dolphins make the bold moves to excite their depressed fanbase, Cincinnati gets itself well-positioned for day 2 of the draft, and Cincinnati insults Cleveland- both sides are thrilled.

#22: DT/DE Michael Brockers, LSU, to the Patriots

The Browns get screwed and then the phone rings. The Browns want to move down and the Pats want to jump ahead of the Broncos to grab someone they've taken a close lok at. Someone who reminds them of Richard Seymour. The Pats find the right price for the moveup and they go for it for a change. Maybe not right away, but Brockers could become one of the most feared warriors to ever fight in the trenches of the AFC-East.

#23: DE/OLB Whitney Mercilus, Illinois,, to the Lions.

The Lions D really needs to do two things; put Suh and Fairley out there together side by side at the DT positions and get some talent in their secondary. But first they get a pass-rusher to come off the edge while their tanks make a mess of he middle. His potential upside pushes him ahead of Perry.

#24: ILB Dont'a Hightower, Alabama, to the Steelers.

The future at ILB next to Lawrence Timmons. He's the best player available and fulfills a need. Vastly underrated and very versatile. A great pick.

#25: DT/DE Devon Still, Penn State, to the Broncos

Bunkley's replacement, and a solid pick. He was the heart of the Penn State defense through some very trying times.

#26: WR Stephen Hill, Georgia, to the Texans.

I hate this pick. Stephen Hill has great measureables but like Demaryus Thomas(from the same system) Hill hasn't proved he can really play outside of an option offense but his upside is amazing and he can help Arian Foster with his run-blocking.

#27: WR Alshon Jeffery, South Carolina to the Browns.

If you were the Browns how pissed would you be? You nearly had the QB you thought about taking in the top-5 but decided not to reach for. You nearly had him drop right into your lap in the late-1st. Then you got smacked by your biggest rival. They trade back and add another weapon to the offense along with the Pats' late-3rd rounder.

#28: DE/OLB Nick Perry, USC, to the Packers.

He fits a big need of their's, adding a play-maker to work off the opposite edge of Clay Matthews. One can chase the QB into the other edge-rusher. It's either Perry, Reyes, or a CB, and the Packers can probably snag a DT/DE or CB in the 2nd round. If Perry talks about prefering the 43 again, Matthes needs only to suggest that they talk by a woodshed.

#29: WR Mohammed Sanu, Rutgers, to the Ravens.

They want a big WR. Kendall Wright isn't their guy, a trade-back fails so they reach for a pretty damn good receiver.

#30: WR/KR Kendall Wright, Baylor, to the 49ers.

Because when you have Randy Moss you should always have a Plan B. It's also insurance for Williams with his now infamous concussion history.

#31: CB Dre Kirkpatrick, Alabama, to the Vikings.

The Vikings really want him bad. He's a play-maker, a good fit, and he somehow has fallen. He won't last past the Giants, Rams, and Colts who all could use a 1st-round DB. They surrender their 2013 1st rounder, 2012 3rd rounder, and 2012 5th rounder to the Pats.

#32: CB Janoris Jenkins, North Alabama, to the Giants.

What could go wrong?

#33: DE/OLB Andre Branch, Clemson, to the Rams.

Jeff Fisher will want to improve his Defense. He'll need a edge-setting pass-rusher and he finds one.

#34: TE Coby Fleener, Stanford, to the Colts.

Andrew Luck needs someone to throw to besides for Reggie Wayne, who's in his mid-30's. Why not give him a familar target?

#35: WR Reuban Randle, LSU, to the Vikings.

Kalil, Kirkpatrick, and now Randle- solid draft. Given Harvin's injury, this pick is doubly-important to give Ponder a chance.

#36: OLB Zach Brown, to the Bucs.

Their line-backing was atrocious. Brown is a major upgrade.

#37: T Mike Adams, OSU, to the Browns

The future after Peyton Hillis? Found. A legit Wide-Receiver for McCoy to throw to? Got it. Some line help? Mission accomplished. The Browns majorly-upgrade their Offense.

#38: DT Jerel Worthy, Michigan, to the Jaguars.

They passed on Quinton Coples and now they make up for it by getting the defensive-tackle that Mayock still has rated as #2.

#39: S Harrison Smith, Notre Dame, to the Rams.

They gave their QB a weapon and their D-Line some help. Now they give Cortland Finnegan some help on the back-end with my favorite all-around Safety n this draft. He'll become the Captain of their secondary.

#40: CB Alfonza Dennard, Nebraska, to the Panthers.

They added Quinton Coples to the pass-rush epartment, and now add a versatile talent to the secondary.

#41: TE Dwayne Allen, Clemson, to the Bills.

Their passing-game needs to improve in the red zone. Allen gives Fitzpatrick another weapon not named Johnson.

#42: OG/OT Kevin Zeitler, Wisconsin, to the Bengals.

There isn't a huge dropoff in talent between Glenn and Zeitler, and the Bengals won't be done benefiting from that trade with the Dolphins.

#43: OLB Lavonte David, Nebraska, to the Seahawks.

More front-7 love. That stadium will be hearng the echo of his name.

#44: CB Jayron Hosley, Virginia Tech, to the Chiefs.

They lost Brandon Carr. 'Nough said.

#45: OG Brandon Brooks, Miami to the Cowboys.

They upgraded their D-line and now their O-Line.

#46: OLB Bobby Wagner, Utah State, to the Eagles.

Another upgrade to the LBing corps to go along with Ryans.

#47. DE/OLB Vinny Curry, Marshall, to the Jets.

The Jets made the necessary pickup of Reiff in the 1st and now go for an electric pass-rusher.

#48: DE/OLB Shea McClellin, Boise, to the Pats.

The Pats make another upgrade to the front-7, this time going for the guy who reminds some people of Mike Vrabel. This gives Rob Ninkovich a well-rounded accomplice to work the other edge.

#49: OG/OT Kelechi Osmele, Iowa , to the Chargers.

Their O-line took some big hits.

#50: FS Markelle Martin, Oklahoma, to the Bears.

Brandon Merriweather is a problem, not a solution. As a Pats fan, trust me. Martin played routinely against high-powered offenses.

#51: CB Josh Robinson, Central Florida, to the Eagles.

Nnamdi needs help, they look ready to part ways with Asanta Samuel. As a Pats fan I am not surprised. With help on all three levels, the Eagles D is ready t ball.

#52: DT/DE Kendall Reyes, UConn, to the Titans.

They got the Center they wanted and now a formidible DLineman at a good value.

#53: RB Doug Martin, Boise, to Bengals.

A CB, an OG, and now a RB. Not bad. And the Bengals still aren't done with day 2 of the draft as they got some 3rd rounders..

#54: CB/S Trumaine Johnson, Montana, to the Lions.

A versatile pass-defender to take advantage of the pass-rush pickup in the 1st round.

#55: T Bobbie Massie, Mississippi, to the Falcons.

The O-Line needs multiple upgrades.

#56: OG Amini Silatolu, Midwestern State, to the Steelers.

An upgrade to protect Big Ben and to play smashmouth.

#57 RB Lamar Miller, Miami, to the Broncos.

Willis McGahee needs help at his age.

#58. ILB Mychal Kendricks, California, to the Texans.

More D for Wade Phillips? Of course.

#59: DT/DE Jared Crick, Nebraska, to the Packers.

Green Bay is lucky. They grabbed an edge-rusher in the 1st round figuring interior-DLine will remain plentiful in the 2nd round. Crick's stock fell due to an injury last year, but has a high-ceiling for a late-2nd rounder and culd fill the hole Cullen Jenkins left.

#60: OLB Ronnel Lewis, Oklahoma, to the Ravens.

They gave Flacco another weapon in the 1st round and now look to cover the loss of Jarrett Johnson.

#61: CB Chase Minnifield, Virginia, to the 49ers.

One skill-player to the offense, and now one skill player to the defense.

#62: The Pats trade with YOU

Given who's available and New England's tendancy to trade-back/down, who would you like your team try to get via trade ith the Pats?

#63: WR Brian Quick, Appalachia, to the Giants.

Mario Manningwho?

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