Friday, April 27, 2012

Round 2 Mock Draft

33. St. Louis Rams - Stephen Hill (WR/Georgia Tech)

The Rams avoided helping out Sam Bradford in the first round, but Stephen Hill should be the pick here.

34. Indianapolis Colts - Coby Fleener (TE/Stanford)

Indianapolis always likes to utilizes tight ends. What better security blanket could the Colts give Luck other than his college teammate?

35. Baltimore Ravens - Courtney Upshaw (LB/Alabama)

Upshaw fell out of the first round and right into Baltimore's laps, where he will provide a pass-rushing presence across form Terrell Suggs.

36. Denver Broncos - Jerel Worthy (DT/Michigan State)

Denver traded out of the first round and still have the opportunity to land one of the top players on their board.

37. Cleveland Browns - Cordy Glenn (OT/Penn State)

Glenn, along with Joe Thomas, could become one of the best pair of tackles in the NFL.

38. Jacksonville Jaguars - Janoris Jenkins (CB/North Alabama)

Jacksonville is reportedly not going to be as opposed to avoid players with character issues as they were in the past. Could this new stance show in Round 2 with Jenkins?

39. St. Louis Rams - Jonathan Martin (OT/Stanford)

St. Louis will continue to fix their offense in the second round. Martin dropped out of the first round, but can still be a quality tackle in the NFL.

40. Carolina Panthers - Kendall Reyes (DT/UConn)

Carolina is very thin at defensive tackle. Dontari Poe and Fletcher Cox were linked to the team prior to the draft, perhaps they'll upgrade in Round 2.

41. Buffalo Bills - Rueben Randle (WR/LSU)

Buffalo needs to give Ryan Fitzpatrick better targets at wide receiver.

42. Miami Dolphins - Andre Branch (DE/Clemson)

The Dolphins only reliable pass rusher at the moment is Cameron Wake.

43. Seattle Seahawks - Devin Still (DT/Penn State)

The Seahawks will continue to upgrade their front seven. Devin Still is a tremendous value here.

44. Kansas City Chiefs - Peter Konz (C/Wisconsin)

Casey Weigman will be 39 on Week One, the Chiefs need to find his replacement early.

45. St. Louis Rams - Lavonte David (LB/Nebraska)

Value pick for the Rams, Fisher enjoys athletic players on defense.

46. Philadelphia Eagles - Trumaine Johnson (CB/Montana)

Asante Samuel and his $8.4 million salary is gone. Philadelphia will look to inject youth for his replacement.

47. New York Jets - Alshon Jeffrey (WR/South Carolina)

Once regarded as a top-10 pick, Jeffrey slips right to the Jets, where he will give Mark Sanchez (or Tim Tebow) a big target.

48. New England Patriots - Amini Silatolu (G/Midwestern State)

Along with fixing the leaks on their defense, New England will also need to re-tool their aging offensive line.

49. San Diego Chargers - Ron Brooks (CB/LSU)

Quentin Jammer will turn 33 this summer. San Diego will look to start grooming his replacement early.

50. Chicago Bears - Kelemechi Osemele (G/Iowa State)

Chicago needs to upgrade their interior offensive line. The only reliable guard/center is Roberto Garza.

51. Philadelphia Eagles - Zach Brown (LB/North Carolina)

After trading for DeMeco Ryans last month, Philadelphia will continue to re-tool the front seven by picking the best available player.

52. Tennessee Titans - Vinny Curry (DE/Marshall)

Rookie rotational defensive tackle Karl Klug led Tennessee with 7.0 sacks last season.

53. Cincinnati Bengals - Mohammed Sanu (WR/Rutgers)

A.J. Green will start getting double-teamed unless Cincinnati can provide more for Andy Dalton.

54. Detroit Lions - Josh Robinson (CB/UCF)

With Jake Cutler and Aaron Rodger in the division, the Lions need to address their leaky secondary.

55. Atlanta Falcons - Bobby Massie (OT/Ole Miss)

The Falcons didn't surrender a lot of sacks during the regular season, but the Giants offensive line feasted on them in the playoffs. Sam Baker was benched during the seasona s well.

56. Pittsburgh Steelers - Alamaeda Ta'amu (NT/Washington)

Casey Hampton turns 35 a few days before the NFL season begins.

57. Denver Broncos - Brandon Boykin (CB/Georgia)

The Broncos need to upgrade their secondary, where Brian Dawkins recently retired and Champ Bailey is turning 34.

b58. Houston Texans - Ryan Broyles (WR/Oklahoma)

Houston has made it clear that they want to upgrade their wide receivers early in the draft.

59. Green Bay Packers - Lamar Miller (RB/Miami)

Green Bay needs more consistency from the running back position.

60. Baltimore Ravens - Mychal Kendricks (LB/California)

Ray Lewis is at the end of his career and Baltimore will be looking to groom his replacement before he finally retires.

61. San Francisco 49ers - Jeff Allen (G/Illinois)

San Francisco needs to upgrade their offensive line at both guard and tackle.

62. New England Patriots - Mike Adams (OT/Ohio State)

Matt Light retired right before the draft, so the Patriots will also need to focus on finding a successor at left tackle.

63. New York Giants - Dwayne Allen (TE/Clemson)

Giants have plenty of options here, but Allen is a steal at this spot.

No comments:

Post a Comment