33. Jacksonville Jaguars – Matt Barkley, QB, USC
The Jags look to round two to bring in their guy for the future. Blaine Gabbert is never going to give them what they thought and it’s time to start preparing for the future at the position. My Jacksonville contingent hate this pick but I can’t see them passing until they pick someone capable up via trade or in free agency.
34. Kansas City Chiefs – Quinton Patton, WR, Louisiana Tech
The Chiefs need to find weapons for Geno Smith and it starts on the outside. The team is faced with a decision on Dwayne Bowe and Jon Baldwin may never develop into a legit weapon. Patton is a solid route runner with really nice hands. If he runs a solid 40 at the Combine, he could be a target in the first round.
35. Philadelphia Eagles – John Jenkins, DT, Georgia
The Eagles have nothing at the nose for their inevitable switch to the 3-4. Jenkins is a massive space eater that is capable of pushing the pocket. His motor runs a little hot/cold but he’s a force when he wants to be.
36. Detroit Lions – Terrance Williams, WR, Baylor
Titus Young is officially out in Detroit. The Lions are stuck with the oft-injured Ryan Broyles and Nate Burleson (maybe). A wide receiver opposite Calvin is a necessity early in this draft.
37. Cincinnati Bengals (f/OAK) – Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama
BenJarvus Green-Ellis isn’t the back to take this offense to the next level. With Lacy still on the board, this pick makes a ton of sense and gives them a new dimension that they were lacking with BJGE.
38. Arizona Cardinals – Mike Glennon, QB, N.C. State
I know I said they should give Kolb a clean slate but if they are sitting at 38 with Glennon on the board, they have to look for their future. Glennon gives Bruce Arians a vertical thrower but it will be important to improve up front as Glennon struggles in a dirty pocket.
39. Cleveland Browns – FORFEIT
40. New York Jets – Tyler Wilson, QB, Arkansas
The Jets gamble in waiting for round two on their QB may pay off if Wilson falls to them. The Jets may have to get aggressive and trade back into the first to find good competition for Sanchez.
41. Tennessee Titans – Travis Frederick, OG/OC, Wisconsin
The Titans would have to be jacked if they could land Richardson and Frederick in the first two rounds. Fills two major needs with solid prospects.
42. Buffalo Bills – Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse
Doug Marrone and Ryan Nassib are reunited in Buffalo. If Nassib is there, they would have to strongly consider taking him with this pick.
43. Miami Dolphins – Alex Okafor, DE, Texas
The Dolphins need to find an edge rusher opposite Cam Wake. With Okafor sitting there for the taking they can’t go wrong.
44. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Jesse Williams, DT, Alabama
The Bucs find themselves a really solid value at a position that could use some depth. If Roy Miller isn’t brought back, DT becomes a major need. Either way, this is too good of value to not pull the trigger.
45. Carolina Panthers – Markus Wheaton, WR, Oregon State
I think this is a major steal for the Panthers. Anyone that read my Markus Wheaton film study, knows of my affinity for this pass catcher.
46. New Orleans Saints – FORFEIT
47. San Diego Chargers – Johnthan Banks, CB, Mississippi St.
Johnthan Banks fills a major need for the Chargers and brings a ton of value at pick 47. Larry Warford would be nice here but Banks may be too good to pass on.
48. St. Louis Rams – Robert Woods, WR, USC
The Rams fill their need at WR with Woods. Woods was banged up this season and we may not have seen him at his best. This is a great value pick and fills a major need for the Rams.
49. Dallas Cowboys – Jonathan Cyprien, SS, FIU
Cyprien is emerging as the second best safety in the draft. It would be a mild upset if he makes it down this far but with the depth in the safety class, teams may hold off.
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