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2nd Round Mock Draft (1st Round Pick)

1 - HOU: Ryan Shazier, LB , Ohio State
(Bridgewater, QB) The Texans need a MLB to pair with Cushing, and adding Shazier would give them an excellent athletic LB pair
2 - WAS: Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia
I'm not sold on Polumbus as a starting RT with RG3 running around. Moses is an athletic RT that can help cover for the athletic QB
3 - CLE: Jimmie Ward, S , Northern Illinois
(Bortles, QB; Cooks, WR) Adding Whitner was a good start, but they need a center-field type safety, which they'll get in Ward
4 - OAK: Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State
(Matthews, OT) After going LT in the 1st round, the Raiders draft their hopeful QB of the future. Trading for Schaub was a good move, as he can start until Carr is ready to roll
5 - ATL: Carlos Hyde, RB , Ohio State
(Mack, LB) Jackson is likely to be cut soon, leaving Rodgers as the only legitimate HB on the team. Adding Hyde would give them a power back, which they'll need
6 - TB: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE , Washington
(Watkins, WR) Tim Wright is more of a WR than TE, and has a lot of work to do. ASJ should be able to take the starting role early on and give Glennon/McCown another big end zone target
7 - JAX: Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, Eastern Illinois
(Clowney, DE) If the Jaguars come away from the first 2 rounds with Clowney and Garoppolo, it has to be seen as a success. Henne can hold down the fort until Garoppolo is up to speed on the offense
8 - MIN: Tre Mason, RB , Auburn
(Manziel, QB) With Gerhart out, the Vikings need a good HB that can spell AP occasionally
9 - BUF: Xavier Su'a-Filo, OL , UCLA
(Lewan, OT) Going bacl-to-back on o-lineman wouldnt be the worst idea for Buffalo, who needs to upgrade the protection around Manuel. Lewan and Su'a-Filo are both huge upgrades over what they have
10 - TEN: Tim Jernigan, DT, Florida State
(Barr, LB) Jernigan is the BPA, by far, and gives them a good DT that can replace Sammie Hill on passing downs
11 - NYG: Gabe Jackson, OG, Mississippi State
(Ebron, TE) Chris Snee took a huge paycut, but is very unreliable, as he is always injured and getting older. Bringing in a younger guard like Jackson taht can start right away would allow them to move Snee into a backup/reserve role that wouldnt be as taxing on him
12 - STL: A.J. McCarron, QB, Alabama
(Robinson, OT; Evans, WR) Bradford has yet to really prove that he can be a franchise QB. Yes, the team around him has yet to be great, but he also hasn't been elevating. McCarron should push him hard for the starting job by the end of next season
13 - DET: Scott Crichton, DE, Oregon State
(Gilbert, CB) Focusing on defense again might be a good idea. Devin Taylor is good as a situational rusher, but they need another starting DE to pair with Ansah
14 - PIT: Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State
(Dennard, CB) Benjamin could fall further than this due to concerns about his size and speed, but the Steelers, who badly need a big WR, shouldn't mind
15 - DAL: Marcus Martin, G , USC
(Nix, DT) The Cowboys could use upgrades at LG, RG and RT. Martin could start at either guard spot next year, and bump to center if Frederick gets injured
16 - BAL: Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State
(Clinton, Dix, S) Bringing in Adams to play outside with Torrey Smith would allow them to move Steve Smith into the slot, where he should create all types of mayhem
17 - NYJ: Kyle Van Noy, OLB, BYU
(Lee, WR) Van Noy has the potential to go in the 1st round, but with the depth of this draft, him falling to here isn't a huge surprise, and fills a huge need for the Jets
18 - MIA: Marcus Roberson, DB , Florida
(Martin, OL) Losing Nolan Carroll is going to hurt, but replacing him with in-state talent Roberson should help to fill that void
19 - CHI: Jeremy Hill, RB, LSU
(Donald, DT) With Bush out, Hill should step in as the power back to pair with Forte
20 - ARI: Zach Mettenberger, QB, LSU
(Mosley, LB) Drafting Mettenberger here is a steal for the Cardinals. He won't be ready to retrun from his ACL injury early, which is fine as Palmer should be good enough to finish out the season while Mettenberger gets ready to take over
21 - GB: Chris Borland, ILB, Wisconsin
(Pryor, S) Borland is another steal this late in the 2nd round. He should pair well with AJ Hawk, and eventually take over as primary defensive signal-caller
22 - PHI: Ra'Shede Hageman, DL , Minnesota
(Fuller, CB) The Eagles dont need pass rushers on defense, but they do need run stoppers up front
23 - CIN: Jaylen Watkins, DB , Florida
(Ealy, DE) The Bengals need to add some young CB depth aside from Kilpatrick. Watkins would be a solid alternative, should Hall, Jones or Newman go down again
24 - SF: Lamin Barrow, LB , LSU
(from KC)(Roby, CB) Bowman will likely not be ready for the season opener, and may not be available for a decent chunk of the season, leaving a gap next to Willis at MLB
25 - SD: Jack Mewhort, OL , Ohio State
(Verrett, CB) Dunlap had a big season last year, but he has not shown that he can do it consistently. Bringing in Mewhort would give some added stability to the LT position
26 - NO: Paul Richardson, WR , Colorado
(Ford, LB) Broyles is the only young WR on the team, so drafting someone like Richardson early would be a good move towards the future
27 - IND: Brandon Thomas, OL , Oregon
The Colts continue to upgrade their o-line by adding a powerful blocker at LG
28 - CAR: Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt
(Kouandjio, OT) Getting Matthews here is a good move, as they can look through the bevy of smaller receivers in the next 2 rounds
29 - SF: Stephon Tuitt, DL , Notre Dame
Tuitt might fall further than this due to injury concerns. Should he make it this far, he'd be a nice eventual successor to Justin Smith
30 - NE: Dominique Easley, DT, Florida
(Amaro, TE) Easley is a good, versatile DT that can play and of the 4-3 and 3-4 front positions
31 - DEN: Kelcy Quarles, DT , South Carolina
(Robinson, WR) Quarles would give the Broncos another young pass rushing DT to pair with Knighton and Sylvester Williams
32 - SEA: Troy Niklas, TE , Notre Dame
(Yankey, OL) Niklas is the first of the "old school" TEs to come off the board, which is exactly what the Seahawks need

User Comments

Wednesday, March 26, 2014 7:10 PM
Below Average -- saints dont have broyles but they do have three young recievers. K. Stills, N. Toon , J. Morgan not including pratice squad players so terrible howework but saints will get one of the highly rated wrs this draft but doubt its that wr
Thursday, March 27, 2014 11:10 AM
-- my apologies. was thinking OU receiver and put Broyles instead of Stills. Toon hasn't shown anything, and Morgan looks more like a #4 or #5 than a starter

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