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Round 2

07 Apr

33. New England Patriots (f/CAR): @RumfordJohnny : Mikel Leshoure, RB – Illinois
34. Buffalo Bills: @Alumni50 : Phil Taylor, DT – Baylor
35. Cincinnati Bengals: @RyanTerrana : Ryan Mallet, QB – Arkansas
36. Denver Broncos: @JavertF5 : Stephen Paea, DT – Oregon St.
37. Cleveland Browns: @BrendanLeister : Marvin Austin, DT – UNC
38. Arizona Cardinals: @DJBerns247 : Christian Ponder, QB – FSU
39. Tennessee Titans: @EricDickens : Bruce Carter, LB – UNC
40. Dallas Cowboys: @Redsoxnation88 : Brandon Harris, CB – Miami
41. Washington Redskins: @myfriendsftw : Torrey Smith, WR – Maryland
42. Houston Texans: @EyeoftheGator : Christian Ballard, DL – Iowa
43. Minnesota Vikings: @JoshMTD : Jake Locker, QB – Washington
44. Detroit Lions: @HuskerGirlie : Kendall Hunter, RB – Oklahoma St.
45. San Francisco 49ers: @Tre9er : Colin Kaepernick, QB – Nevada
46. Denver Broncos (f/MIA): @JavertF5 : Jabaal Sheard, DE – Pittsburgh
47. St. Louis Rams: @indepthscouting : Mason Foster, LB – Washington
48. Oakland Raiders: @fantasy_occhs68 :Marcus Cannon, OG – TCU
49. Jacksonville Jaguars: @CaliforniaJag : Akeem Ayers, LB – UCLA
50. San Diego Chargers: @TruGentleman808 : Greg Little, WR – UNC
51. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: @Thomsen80 : Aaron Williams, CB/S – Texas
52. New York Giants: @Fantasytaz : Joseph Barksdale, OT – LSU
53. Indianapolis Colts: @TomwgHagger : Jonathon Baldwin, WR – Pittsburgh
54. Philadelphia Eagles: @EugeneStasakjr : Ben Ijalana, OT/OG – Villanova
55. Kansas City Chiefs: @Jason_Madson : Stefen Wisniewski, C – Penn State
56. New Orleans Saints: @LaSportsDude: Allen Bailey, DE – Miami
57. Seattle Seahawks: @PFF_Tyson : Curtis Brown, CB – Texas
58. Baltimore Ravens: @IHateJJRedick : Titus Young, WR – Boise State
59. Atlanta Falcons: @Empulse : Kyle Rudolph, TE – Notre Dame
60. New England Patriots: @RumfordJohnny : Rodney Hudson, OG/C – FSU
61. San Diego Chargers (f/NYJ): @TruGentleman808 : Dontay Moch, OLB – Nevada
62. Chicago Bears: @BNQuinlan : Leonard Hankerson, WR – Miami
63. Pittsburgh Steelers: @allen21howard : Curtis Marsh, CB – Utah St.
64. Green Bay Packers: @PFF_Akshay : Ras-I Dowling, CB – Virginia

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17 responses to “Round 2

  1. @RumfordJohnny

    April 7, 2011 at 9:05 pm

    With pick 2.33 in the 2nd RD, the Pats decide on that elusive edge RB that they’ve sorely missed…well…FOREVER. BJGE is a nice between the tackles grinder with GL moxie, and Woodhead is a nice 3rd down back with some wiggle, but Leshoure can get to the edge and hit homeruns. I’m not a fan of his between the tackles, but again, that’s what “Law Firm” is for.

     
  2. Ryan Terrana

    April 7, 2011 at 11:21 pm

    Bengals ~ (2)35th overall pick ~ Ryan Mallett | QB | Arkansas

    Without the ability to move around I thought there was a solid chance that Mallett would fall to us here. We happily jumped at the chance to take him once he fell. With uncertainty to the QB situation with Carson, and his inability to produce at the level before his injuries we went with Mallett. Mallett has some character concerns but on the field he is a heck of a QB. The cannon attached to his right arm is something else. With a stable of weapons at Ryan’s arsenal inlcuding last two first rounders in Gresham and Green. Look for the bengals to continue their BPA approach throughout the draft

     
  3. Brendan Leister

    April 7, 2011 at 11:37 pm

    37th pick, Cleveland Browns, DT Marvin Austin

    Marvin Austin is a player we’ve been paying close attention to since the Senior Bowl. His athletic ability for his size is unprecedented and we don’t feel that being suspended for the 2010 season will affect his NFL career in any way.

    We realize that many fans probably have concerns about our first two picks since both players were suspended this past season but we have gotten to know Marvin and Robert throughout the process and we know that it won’t be an issue. We have a veteran core on the Cleveland Browns that will set a great example for all of the young players that are brought into our great organization.

    We see Marvin lining up at the 3 technique next to Ahtyba Rubin on our new 4 man front.

    The Cleveland Browns got better today.

    Thank you,

    Browns GM

     
  4. Bee

    April 8, 2011 at 2:43 am

    San Diego Chargers 50th pick – Greg Little, WR, UNC

    With Ayers, Foster, Reed, Torrey, Harris all gone went with who i think has tremendous upside at the WR spot. Great hands and a physical WR, isnt afraid to block or run into contact as he also played RB for UNC for some time. Weakness is route running, but once is polishes that up sky’s the limit for Little he’ll be our version of TampaBay Mike Williams. Plus not sure if VJax stays, Floyd is hitting 30, Naanee isn’t panning out and Gates continues to get hurt, WR depth we need go figure. With another pick coming up at 60, we plan onto address another need – stay tuned.

    Philip Rivers gained yet another weapon on this potent offense attack.

    Chargers GM signing off

     
    • NFL Fan

      April 8, 2011 at 4:18 am

      That was a fantasy football pick, this is an NFL mock. Horrible.

       
      • Bee

        April 8, 2011 at 11:44 am

        if this is towards me, how is it a fantasy football pick? Our WR’s got hurt all last year, VJax could be gone, Floyd’s turning 30, Naanee cant seem to stay on the field and neither can Gates so yes WR is a need in this draft that we (Chargers) need to tend to.

         
      • NFL Fan

        April 8, 2011 at 9:50 pm

        VJax will be back he has been tagged. Floyd #2, Crayton and Tutu #3 and slot. Just so you know Naanee has been released. Gates health has nothing to do with WRs. If the Chargers were going to draft for need they have bigger needs than WR. As for Little he may have great talent, but his off field actions will make him damn lucky to be drafted in the 4th. In the 2nd it is a horrible pick.

         
  5. Thomsen80

    April 8, 2011 at 2:50 am

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Aaron Williams CB/S from Texas.

    With the way the league is evolving towards pass first run second we believe you can never have to much talent in your secondary. Allthough Aaron played cornerback at Texas we feel Aaron can start right away at FS with his talent, instincts and playmaking ability.

    Aaron is a confident young man, with high character a willingness to be the best he can. Exactly the kind of player we want and another important piece toward building a champion.

    @Thomsen80 – GM Buccaneers

     
  6. Josh D

    April 8, 2011 at 6:43 am

    With their 2nd overall pick in the 2nd, the Vikings select QB Jake Locker

    The Vikings biggest off-season need has been at QB. While they will still go out and look for a veteran once free agency begins, but they now have a young one they can mold an offense around. Big arm, athletic, and young enough in his development as a drop back passer to be molded by the new offensive staff.
    This is a QB that didn’t even throw passes til he was a senior in high school due to the Wing-T offense they employed. Spent two years in a spread option attack under Willingham and started over form scratch once Sarkisian came to Washington. Went through a lot of adversity (coaching/offensive philosophy changes) and poor/young talent around him on both sides of the ball (since the 2007 season: 2 Husky’s have been drafted, both on defense in last years draft) and no one in the draft is cleaner off the field.
    Essentially he is a true sophomore in terms of pro-style development giving our current staff a lot to work with. Vikings get their #3 QB at pick 43 and have a ton of potential to develop at the position for years to come.

     
  7. EricDickens

    April 8, 2011 at 7:00 am

    Tennessee Titans – 2nd round (39th overall) – Bruce Carter, OLB, UNC

    We wanted to add impact players on the defensive side of the ball and we’ve done so with Fairley and Carter. We love the versatility of Carter, against the run and dropping into coverage. He has a high motor, speed, and explosiveness and should bring some toughness to our linebacker corp.

    Some may be concerned about his recovery from ACL surgery this winter, but with his work ethic and diligence we’re confident he’ll come back better than ever.

    Titans GM

     
  8. Houston Texans 42nd Pick

    April 8, 2011 at 7:08 am

    The Texans currently have a very young, inexperienced defensive line, and are going to be making the transition to Wade Phillips’ 3-4 scheme. Ballard has good size and speed, can rush the passer and has a good motor. As a three year starter at Iowa, he has plenty of experience against high level competition. He also has a great deal of upside. Will likely play the five-technique in Phillips’ 3-4 front.

     
  9. Justin Occhionero

    April 8, 2011 at 8:08 am

    Gentlemen,

    coming in to the draft, our organization was looking to add a powerful guard to our lineman corps with our first pick, and Marcus Cannon from TCU fits the bill perfectly. Although many expected us to grab the nephew of Raider great Steve Wisniewski, Stefen Wisniewski, we believe Cannon to be the better choice. Although Wisniewski has the potential to be great in this league, Cannon’s impressive size and strength should fit in nicely with our new power blocking scheme. Although he may have to work on his conditioning this off-season, we fully expect Marcus to become a powerful blocker for our offense, and a nuisance to any defensive tackle out there!

     
  10. Buffalo Bills - 34th Overall Pick - Phil Taylor, DT-Baylor

    April 8, 2011 at 9:32 am

    The interior defensive line is priority 1-B for our franchise in 2011. So many may question why we passed on Dareus and Fairley in round 1 in favor of a franchise QB? We feel that while he is lower profile and slightly less explosive than the before mentioned DT’s, Phil Taylor is a solid NFL two gapper who will help to accelerate our transition into the 3-4 defense. Kyle Williams has been the cornerstone at the nose position but we feel that depth on the interior is more important than at any other position on the field. We feel that we will be able to bring Phil along nicely rotating with Williams and playing beside him when we switch to a four man front which we have been forced to do a good deal while we put together the rest of the essential pieces of a great 3-4 defense. We feel that we have made a really good value pick in the early 2nd round.

     
  11. Bee

    April 8, 2011 at 11:42 am

    With our 2nd pick in Round 2 we took OLB Dontay Moch, had Moch right after Foster (who i was targeting) and without any trades i knew i couldn’t land Bruce Carter. Moch brings the pass rush opposite of Shaun Phillips who’ll be happy because he should start to see less double-teams now. Moch may lack one on one coverage but what he’ll bring to the table; his bull rush, provide QB pressure and hard hitting is what we’re excited about. We look forward to seeing Moch start right away or provide a camp battle between Larry English and himself.

     
  12. myfriendsftw

    April 8, 2011 at 10:25 pm

    Redskins Pick #41.

    With this pick being the last pick until round 5, we felt that we needed to address a position that is in dire need. Was McNabb really that bad? Could it be that his options at WR were not up to par? McNabb is on his way out but there is a need to provide Gabbert with some weapons to throw to. The only shining star in the WR core is Santana Moss who is 32 and hitting free agency. With that in mind the skins go with the less off field troubled torrey smith (when compared to other choice of baldwin). He should come in and be a contributor in the slot or even possibly at #2 if he can leapfrog anthony armstrong.

     
  13. Tomwghagger

    April 9, 2011 at 1:40 am

    53rd Pick
    Jon Baldwin

    Couldn’t quite believe he was on the board at this pick. It is isn’t the greatest need but then again Peyton has never had a big bodied guy to throw to. Give him this physical freak and the offense becomes dripping with talent. Unlikely that Polian would choose Baldwin on draft day but as the best player left on the board I jumped at the chance. Had him around the 25-30 mark on my big board so a steal in my view.

     
  14. huskergirlie

    April 9, 2011 at 9:06 am

    Pick #44 Detroit Lions – Kendall Hunter, RB.

    Call me crazy…we did just draft Best last year afterall, and he was a great addition and is an amazing part of the team, but I still feel that depth at RB would not hurt the team one bit, especially since Best already had issues his first season. May have done this pick too early but I wanted to add Hunter, and doubted he’d be available later on.

     

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