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Round 2

33. Titans – T.J. Clemmings – OT – Pittsburgh – Scouting Report
titansWith Lewan at left tackle now, there’s a gap on the right side that needs to be filled. Clemmings looks like the perfect fit here. 

34. Buccaneers – Donovan Smith – OL – Penn State – Scouting Report
bucs2014This is a no-brainer. Can’t enter the year with Dotson and Pamphile as your starters at tackle. 

35. Raiders – Jaelen Strong – WR – Arizona State – Scouting Report 
raidersIf they pass on White and Cooper, a Day 2 wide receiver has to be a target. Strong is a nice young weapon to develop along side Carr. 

36. Jaguars – Tevin Coleman – RB – Indiana – Scouting Report 
jaguars_newJags aren’t sold on Gerhart or Robinson, so a running back is high on their Day 2 wish list this year. 

37. Jets – Devin Smith – WR – Ohio State – Scouting Report
jetsAdd a deep threat like Smith would give the Jets a nice, versatile trio along with him, Marshall and Decker.

38. Redskins – Landon Collins – S – Alabama 
redskins‘Skins lost both safeties this offseason. Collins will step into the gap at strong safety where Meriweather played last year.  

39. Bears – Jordan Phillips – DT – Oklahoma – Scouting Reports
bearsInterior line depth is an issue and Phillips could start at nose tackle immediately and help improve the run defense.

40. Giants – Randy Gregory – DE – Nebraska – Scouting Report
giantsCharacter concerns have teams scared, but he’s too talent not to come off the board quickly in the 2nd round. 

41. Rams – Dorial Green-Beckham – WR – Oklahoma – Scouting Report 
ramsRams need a big receiver and Les Snead has gambled on character risks in the past (Janoris Jenkins). 

42. Falcons – Cameron Erving – C – Florida State – Scouting Report 
falconsPeter Konz never worked out and the Falcons would likely be thrilled if Erving fell into their lap to fill that hole. 

43. Browns – Maxx Williams – TE – Minnesota – Scouting Report
brownsIn the long term, Williams could actually be an upgrade over Jordan Cameron, who the Browns failed to re-sign. 

44. Saints –  Eli Harold – DE – Virginia – Scouting Report
saintsYou can’t have too many pass-rushers. Saints could grab a few early int he draft. Harold has great value here.

45. Vikings – Ameer Abdullah – RB – Nebraska – Scouting Report
vikingsWith Peterson’s future still up in the air, they’re likely to grab an insurance policy somewhere on Day 2. 

46. 49ers – Paul Dawson – LB – TCU – Scouting Report
49ersFor off-field reasons this is a risk, but Dawson could be a dangerous playmaker at inside linebacker in the 49ers scheme. 

47. Dolphins – Ronald Darby – CB – Florida State – Scouting Report
dolphinsCornerback depth is a definite need. Darby lacks ideal size, but has the speed to stick with any receiver down the field.

48. Chargers – Owamagbe Odighizuwa – DL – UCLA – Scouting Report 
chargersOdighizuwa wasn’t used to his best ability at UCLA and could explode as a pass-rush threat in the NFL. 

49. Chiefs – Benardrick McKinney – LB – Miss. State – Scouting Report
chiefsMcKinney would fit nicely at inside linebacker starting next to Derrick Johnson, and potentially developing into his replacement. 

50. Bills – A.J. Cann – OG – South Carolina – Scouting Report
billsCann would be a massive upgrade on the interior offensive line and could provide a boost the Bills rushing attack. 

51. Texans – Hau’oli Kikaha – LB – Washington – Scouting Report
texansThe injury history is a concern, but a fully healthy Kikaha is a first-round talent. Could be a steal here. 

52. Eagles – Grady Jarrett – DT – Clemson – Scouting Report 
eaglesThis isn’t a glaring need, but the depth would help. Jarrett fits the profile of a guy Kelly would target. 

53. Bengals – Denzel Perryman – LB – Miami FL – Scouting Report
bengalsPerryman could replace Maualuga, or play weak-side linebacker if Burfict shifts to the inside. 

54. Lions – Eddie Goldman – DT – Florida State – Scouting Report
lionsGoldman is nothing more than a space-eater on the defensive line, but the Lions could use some depth there. 

55. Cardinals – Danielle Hunter – DE/LB – LSU – Scouting Report
cardinalsHunter had limited production in LSU’s scheme, but has huge upside as a pass-rusher at the next level. 

56. Steelers – Lorenzo Mauldin – LB – Louisville – Scouting Report
steelersMauldin perfectly fits the profile of a Steelers outside linebacker. He’s inconsistent, but should eventually excel in their scheme. 

57. Panthers – Quentin Rollins – CB – Miami OH – Scouting Report
panthersCornerback depth is an issue in Carolina. Rollins is a developmental prospect, but has potential of a future starter. 

58. Ravens – T.J. Yeldon – RB – Alabama – Scouting Report
ravensYeldon is the perfect power runner to pair with the more explosive and elusive Justin Forsett.

59. Broncos – Devin Funchess – WR/TE – Michigan – Scouting Report
broncosIf they’re giving it one last shot with Manning, it makes sense to find another instant-impact weapon to replace Julius Thomas.  

60. Cowboys – Preston Smith – DE – Mississippi State – Scouting Report
cowboysSmith provides some depth for the Cowboys front seven and a potential three-down lineman in the future. 

61. Colts – Ali Marpet – OG/C – Hobart – Scouting Report
coltsMarpet is versatile, so the Colts could test out some arrangements on the line to find the right combination. 

62. Packers – Doran Grant – CB- Ohio State – Scouting Report
packersPackers have to add some depth to the secondary after losing nearly everyone to free agency. 

63. Seahawks – Rashad Greene – WR – Florida State – Scouting Report
seahawksGreene has the speed to stretch the field and could emerge as a solid No. 2 or No. 3 option in Seattle. 

64. Patriots – Michael Bennett – DT – Ohio State – Scouting Report
patriotsBennett’s versatility should fit nicely in New England. He’s a dangerous interior pass-rush threat. 

Picks 1-16 – Picks 17-32 – Round 2

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  • Maxx Tolkien

    Ted Thompson will not be drafting a TE in the 1st round. In 10 years of drafting, OL & QB are the only 2 Offensive positions he values that high. Which also means no RB or WR #1. Any and all mocksters who’ve been doing this for any length of time should have that figured out by now.The value will be a defensive player, maybe even CB IF one is left that has value @ # 30 over LB & DL. You can bank on that. I love Maxx Williams but he’s a 2nd round talent.


      Not many current drafters have TT spending a 1 or 2 on a tight end. As you say, it ain’t gonna happen. What may happen, though, is GB might get one of those edge rushers if still available at pick no. 30. I don’t know that TT drafts a character issue…unless the talent is top 10 and the character concern is overblown.

  • newguy68

    Huh? Cardinals are already impressed with Massie at RT. I can see them go for a Guard to increase their interior talent but another OT. Look for OLB/DE hyrbid or best player available.

  • Mugsy from Philly

    Agree with the Alabama Safety at pick #20, but no way Chip Kelly is interested in any quarterback other than Mariotta. He has too many holes to plug –Wide Receiver-O Line-Corner and an Edge Rusher since last yr’s #1 was a bust. The writer of this site certainly doesn’t live and die with the Iggles or he would know Chippy can find a Quarterback in Free Agency or the Draft next year.


    Packers will get an ILB, CB and NT in the draft. But, Ted Thompson won’t pass up a bargain if he sees another player ranked above a position of need, either.

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