Friday, April 27, 2012

2012 2nd round NFL Mock Draft: The Aftermath

Eight trades, two players selected from Boise St. (Shea McClellin and Doug Martin) for the first time ever, two players selected from Notre Dame (Michael Floyd and Harrison Smith) for the first time since 1994, Dontari Poe's hair, Fletcher Cox's man hug, Melvin Ingram's choreographed handshake with Goddell?! Oh yeah, and Seattle's brass just made it a little more cloudy in gloomy in Seattle with its selection of Bruce Irvin from West Virginia (good luck with that). As we learned yesterday, any effort to predict the trades in the draft were proven futile so this draft will not try to do so. This draft is so deep that there will still be great values in round 3 and 4 so do not fret if your team has not performed up to snuff quite yet. Enjoy this round two mockery.
STLCORDY GLENNOG/TGEORGIAGlenn can play guard or tackle and the Rams need both
INDCOBY FLEENERTESTANFORDLuck reunited with Fleener and it feels so good!
BAL(from MIN)COURTNEY UPSHAWDE/OLBALABAMANeeded a pass rusher and got one
DEN(from TB)JEREL WORTHYDTMICHIGAN ST.Biggest need and good value
CLESTEPHEN HILLWRGEORGIA TECHGives new QB Brandon Weeden a deep threat. Great value, as well.
JAXLAVONTE DAVIDOLBNEBRASKACan't go wrong with a tackle magnet here on a team that couldn't tackle at all.
STL(from WSH)RYAN BROYLESWROKLAHOMAFellow Sooner Bradford should be pretty happy with this pick.
CARKENDALL REYESDTCONNECTICUTVersatile and fills a need in the middle of the D-Line
BUFJONATHAN MARTINOTSTANFORDDraft faller fills a huge need for the Bills
MIARUEBEN RANDLEWRLSUHow bout a nice, talented receiver to go with Tannehill. Especially since Brandon Marshall is gone.
SEAALSHON JEFFERYWRSOUTH CAROLINABig possession receiver to compliment Sidney Rice and Doug Baldwin
KCJEFF ALLENOG/TILLINOISCan play guard or tackle. Will probably play guard for KC
STLTRUMAINE JOHNSONCBMONTANAGreat value on a lesser-known CB talent
PHIMYCHAL KENDRICKSILBCALIFORNIAGood tackler to pair with DeMeco Ryans in the middle of the defense.
NYJBRIAN QUICKWRAPPALACHIAN STNot as Quick as his name suggests, but is a nice, big target for Tim Tebow…yeah, I said it.
NE(from OAK)JANORIS JENKINSCBNORTH ALABAMA2nd best cover skills in the draft, but has serious baggage. NE is a perfect fit.
SDAMINI SILATOLUGMIDWESTERN ST.Fills a huge need after Kris Diehlman was forced to retire.
CHIZACH BROWNOLBNORTH CAROLINAGreat value pick on a burner at LB.
PHI(from ARZ)KIRK COUSINSQBMICHIGAN ST.Philly likes the guy and Vick needs a legitimate backup not named Vince Young.
TENPETER KONZCWISCONSINTennessee needs a center, and Konz is the best in the draft.
CINBOBBY MASSIE OTMISSISSIPPIHas first-round talent, but needs a little development.
DETCASEY HAYWARDCBVANDERBILTSmart corner with great anticipation to make up for average height/weight/speed
ATLVINNY CURRYDEMARSHALLNeeds a pass rusher and Curry was a very productive one.
PITDEVON STILLDTPENN ST.Many thought would be a first-round pick, but will be groomed as Casey Hampton's replacement
DENBROCK OSWEILERQBARIZONA ST.Insurance policy for Peyton Manning who needs time to learn and who better to learn from than Peyton Manning.
HOUMIKE ADAMSOTOHIO ST.Big time draft faller finds a home protecting Matt Schaub.
GBLAMAR MILLERRBMIAMIAn explosive threat for an already explosive offense.
BALANDRE BRANCHDECLEMSONWill most likely play 3-4 DE in run situations. Direct replacement for Jarrett Johnson who departed in free agency.
SFKELECHI OSEMELEOGIOWA ST.SF fills its second-biggest need at guard in the second after filling its biggest need with a WR in the first
NEBRANDON TAYLORSLSUNE is using its picks wisely this year to improve what was a terrible defense.
NYGZEBRIE SANDERSOTFLORIDA ST.Beattie was disappointing. Need to upgrade the Tackle spot for Eli Manning.

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