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Old 05-01-2015, 10:55 AM  
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33. Tennessee Titans -- Dorial Green-Beckham, WR, Oklahoma: The Titans brought in the troubled wide receiver for a visit and the talent might make him worth the risk here.

34. Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- T.J. Clemmings, OT, Pittsburgh: Whoever is under center for the Bucs won't have a chance for success in the NFL if he doesn't have time to throw, an issue Clemmings will help alleviate.

35. Oakland Raiders -- Jake Fisher, OT, Oregon: The Raiders addressed wide receiver in the first round to help Derek Carr. An offensive lineman in the second round would also bring a smile to the face of Oakland's quarterback.

36. Jacksonville Jaguars -- T.J. Yeldon, RB, Alabama: The Jaguars want to address the running back depth chart at some point in the draft and it might surprise some to see Yeldon as the third back drafted.

37. New York Jets -- Brett Hundley, QB, UCLA: With Geno Smith and Ryan Fitzpatrick on the roster, Hundley will be able to sit and learn in New York until he's ready for the field.

38. Washington Redskins -- Randy Gregory, DE/OLB, Nebraska: At some point in the second round, Gregory's talent becomes worth the risk and Washington could end up with a steal at this point.

39. Chicago Bears -- Eli Harold, DE/OLB, Virginia: With the Bears transitioning to a 3-4 scheme, Harold gives Chicago a young, up-and-coming edge rusher with a bright future.

40. New York Giants -- Landon Collins, SS, Alabama: The Giants have question marks at safety and Collins is one of the most physical run defenders in this draft class.

41. St. Louis Rams -- Bryce Petty, QB, Baylor: The Rams traded for Nick Foles this offseason, but he is a free agent after the season and Petty would offer a development option at quarterback.

42. Atlanta Falcons -- Mario Edwards, DE, Florida State: While this might seem like a repeat pick after Vic Beasley in the first round, Edwards is a different animal and loading up the front seven isn't a bad strategy.

43. Cleveland Browns -- Jaelen Strong, WR, Arizona State: The Browns bypassed offensive skill players in the first round, but have one fall to them in the second round with Strong still on the board.

44. New Orleans Saints -- Owa Odighizuwa, DE/OLB, UCLA: The Saints are expected to draft defense heavy and Odighizuwa would be a good fit as a versatile rusher in Rob Ryan's scheme.

45. Minnesota Vikings -- Benardrick McKinney, LB, Mississippi State: McKinney has his question marks in coverage, but he's tough downhill with the testing numbers that will get him drafted in the top-50 range.

46. San Francisco 49ers -- Jalen Collins, CB, LSU: Collins is far from a polished prospect, but the physical tools are off the charts and a team will take a chance on those raw traits in the top 50.

47. Miami Dolphins -- Eric Kendricks, LB, UCLA: A prospect the Dolphins will likely consider in the first round, Kendricks is a tackling machine who can play inside or outside in Miami's defense.

48. San Diego Chargers -- Eddie Goldman, DT, Florida State: The Chargers could use defensive-line depth in the front seven and Goldman has the versatility to play in odd and even fronts.

49. Kansas City Chiefs -- Donovan Smith, OL, Penn State: Whether it's at tackle or guard, Smith offers position versatility and a player with Pro Bowl talent if he's pushed and groomed.

50. Buffalo Bills -- Carl Davis, DT, Iowa: The Bills might already have the most talented defensive line in the league, but Kyle Williams turns 32 over the summer and Davis provides depth.

51. Houston Texans -- Devin Smith, WR, Ohio State: Houston hasn't had the best luck drafting wide receivers after the first round, but Smith can be the receiver that the Texans hoped Keshawn Martin would be.

52. Philadelphia Eagles -- Eric Rowe, CB, Utah: Chip Kelly went back to his old stomping grounds with a first-round wide receiver from the Pac-12 and could do so again here, but at cornerback with a Pac-12 defender.

53. Cincinnati Bengals -- Danielle Hunter, DE, LSU: The Bengals ranked near the bottom of the league in sacks and pocket pressures last season and a player of Hunter's ability will help upgrade the pass rush.

54. Detroit Lions -- Tevin Coleman, RB, Indiana: Running back isn't the team's top need, but adding Coleman to the backfield with Joique Bell and Theo Riddick only makes the offense stronger.

55. Arizona Cardinals -- P.J. Williams, CB, Florida State: With Antonio Cromartie gone, the Cardinals could use more cornerback depth and Williams has starting potential very early in his career.

56. Pittsburgh Steelers -- Maxx Williams, TE, Minnesota: With Heath Miller turning 33 years old this season, Williams would be an ideal understudy and eventual replacement for the Steelers.

57. Carolina Panthers -- Preston Smith, DE, Mississippi State: Despite drafting Kony Ealy in the second round last year, the Panthers need more depth on the defensive line and Smith provides versatility inside and outside.

58. Baltimore Ravens -- A.J. Cann, G, South Carolina: With both Kelechi Osemele and Marshal Yanda entering the final years of their contracts, Cann would be an excellent value pick for the Ravens here.

59. Denver Broncos -- Ali Marpet, G, Hobart: Denver has a few issues to address on the offensive line and Marpet could be the best interior lineman in this draft class three years down the road.

60. Dallas Cowboys -- Duke Johnson, RB, Miami (Fla.): The Cowboys stayed put at No. 27 and got their defensive back and it could happen again here in the second if they wait at No. 60 and see if their running back falls to them.

61. Indianapolis Colts -- Ronald Darby, CB, Florida State: With Greg Toler entering the final year of his contract, Darby projects as his replacement in 2016, giving the Colts depth in the meantime.

62. Green Bay Packers -- Jordan Phillips, DT, Oklahoma: While the effort tends to go up and down, Phillips has impressive movement skills for a player with his size.

63. Seattle Seahawks -- Sammie Coates, WR, Auburn: A player with the size and home-run speed of Coates will give Russell Wilson and the Seahawks a true deep threat.

64. New England Patriots -- Ameer Abdullah, RB, Nebraska: New England's current backfield could use an injection of explosiveness and Abdullah brings burst and versatility as a pass-catcher.
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Old 05-01-2015, 10:56 AM   #2
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Old 05-01-2015, 10:57 AM   #3
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Bleacher report has us going:

2nd - Jake Fisher, OT, Oregon
3rd - Justin Hardy, WR, East Carolina
3rd - Derron Smith, S, Fresno State

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Old 05-01-2015, 11:01 AM   #4
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Bleacher report has us going:

2nd - Jake Fisher, OT, Oregon
3rd - Justin Hardy, WR, Eastern Washington
3rd - Derron Smith, S, Fresno State

I know nothing about a Justin Hardy who goes to East Washington. That would be a massive reach. We should consider instead taking Justin Hardy from East Carolina
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Old 05-01-2015, 11:01 AM   #5
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I know nothing about a Justin Hardy who goes to East Washington. That would be a massive reach. We should consider instead taking Justin Hardy from East Carolina
God damnt....I knew that was wrong as I was typing it. I was typing it off memory.
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Hate this mock.

Think we still have to come away with a potential playmaker position with this pick.

I want an O-Lineman, but not before the 3rd comp pick.
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Old 05-01-2015, 11:04 AM   #8
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PFF's 2nd round mock.

49. Kansas City Chiefs – Tyler Lockett, WR, Kansas State

The wide receiver run continues as the Chiefs take one of the nation’s best in Lockett. He plays bigger than his size, showing impressive ball skills and nifty route running skills.

Kendricks goes the pick after us.
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PFF's 2nd round mock.

49. Kansas City Chiefs – Tyler Lockett, WR, Kansas State

The wide receiver run continues as the Chiefs take one of the nation’s best in Lockett. He plays bigger than his size, showing impressive ball skills and nifty route running skills.

Kendricks goes the pick after us.
If the board were set up like that and you heard a loud popping sound in mid-missouri, it would probably be my head exploding.

Passing on a 3 down ILBer for a redundant slot WR would just be insane.
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I don't think Lockett is going to go until the 3rd round.
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Hate this mock.

Think we still have to come away with a potential playmaker position with this pick.

I want an O-Lineman, but not before the 3rd comp pick.
Exactly. this would be a huge waste of a pick if we drafted some pedi our of Penn St.
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If the board were set up like that and you heard a loud popping sound in mid-missouri, it would probably be my head exploding.

Passing on a 3 down ILBer for a redundant slot WR would just be insane.
FWIW....the following WRs went before we picked.

Titans - Devin Smith
Jaguars - Jaelen Strong
Rams - DGB
Browns - DeAndre Smelter
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I actually wouldn't mind an interior lineman in the 2nd.

Im not interested in Jalen Strong and im not 100% sold on DGB....Lockett seems to mostly be valued as a 3rd round pick. A Qb like Hundley or Petty would be nice.....A hgh qulity fatty to shore up a suspect O-Line wouldn't be exciting, but it wouldn't be bad either. ILB would be swell as well.
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