33. New England Patriots- Randall Cobb, WR, Kentucky
If the Pats don’t trade up to get Julio Jones, they’ll bee looking to snag a deep threat receiver on day two.
34. Buffalo Bills- Christian Ponder, QB, Florida State
There’s a very good possibility that Ponder will be taken at the end of round one, and the Bills could be the team to trade back into round one to get him.
35. Cincinnati Bengals- Ryan Mallet, QB, Arkansas
The Bengals clearly aren’t concerned with character issues (i.e. Ochocinco, Owens, Pacman, etc.). With Carson Palmer having one foot out of the door, Ryan Mallet has one foot in. Mallet in round two is the steal of the draft as I see him being the best quarterback in the draft.
36. Denver Broncos- Mikel Leshoure, RB, Illinois
No matter who Denver chooses to be their quarterback, they will not succeed without a running game. Moreno can’t stay healthy and Leshoure can take some of those hits away from him.
37. Cleveland Browns- Marvin Austin, DT, North Carolina
Austin is a first round talent, maybe even a top 20 talent. But after missing the entire 2010 season due to off the field issues, he could slip into the second round.
38. Arizona Cardinals- Jabaal Sheard, DE/OLB, Pittsburgh
Joey Porter and Clark Haggans, the Cardinals two starting rush linebackers, combined for ten sacks this past season. Von Miller is atop their big board, but if they can’t get Miller in round one, round two will definitely been spent on a rush linebacker.
39. Tennessee Titans- Colin Kaepernick , QB, Nevada
I like Kaepernick to the Titans. We all saw how Chris Johnson preformed with a mobile quarterback, so why not get a guy with the same mobility but a better arm? Kaepernick was great at the Senior Bowl and he won’t get out of the second round.
40. Dallas Cowboys- Benjamin Ijalana, OG, Villanova
Like I said in round one, the Cowboys need to keep Romo on the field. I think Amukamara/Ijalana is a better combo than Smith/Dowling. That’s why they go corner round one.
41. Washington Redskins- Jake Locker, QB, Washington
Shanahan loves Locker and could take him tenth overall. McNabb is gone and there’s no way they let Rex Grossman be the quarterback for much longer.
42. Houston Texans- Stephan Paea, DT, Oregon State
Before the knee injury, Paea could have been the Texans first round pick. He benched 250 pounds 49 times setting a new combine record.
43. Minnesota Vikings- Andy Dalton, QB, TCU
The Vikings are another team that could trade back into the first round to grab a quarterback. Without free agency, they have to draft a quarterback.
44. Detriot Lions- Ras-I Dowling, CB, Virginia
The Lions want Amukamara to fall to them in round one, but that’s unlikely to happen. Dowling fills their biggest need in round two.
45. San Francisco 49ers- Sam Acho, DE/OLB
This might be a little early for Acho, but I really like him and he’d be great next to Patrick Willis and company.
46. Denver Broncos- Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa
I could see the Broncos using two of their first three picks adding to their pass rush.
47. St. Louis Rams- Jonathan Baldwin, WR, Pittsburgh
The Rams get Bradford his number one guy. Baldwin is a big, strong receiver who is going to thrive in the red zone.
48. Oakland Raiders- Stefen Wisniewski, C/G, Penn State
Nnamdi Asomugha’s contract has been voided, and his return is unlikely which could lead the Raiders to select his replacement. But corner is deep, and they can find a good corner in round three. The Raiders won games last year by pounding the rock with McFadden and Bush. If they want to continue that trend, they need to keep beefing up that offensive line.
49. Jacksonville Jaguars- Rahim Moore, FS, UCLA
The Jags were 31st in pass defense and they have to face the likes of Peyton Manning and Matt Schaub twice a year. If you want to win in that division, you have to defend the pass.
50. San Diego Chargers- Titus Young, WR, Bosie State
With Vincent Jackson and Malcolm Floyd both being free agents, you have to think one of them won’t be resigned.
51. Tampa Bay Buccanners- Martez Wilson, ILB, Illinois
Defensive end, corner, and linebacker are the biggest needs for the Bucs. This pick will probably come down to Wilson or Brandon Harris.
52. New York Giants- Ryan Williams, RB, Virginia Tech
If the Giants pass up on Ingram in round one, they’ll probably target a running back in round two. I think they have bigger needs, but Williams is tough to pass up at pick 52.
53. Indianapolis Colts- Danny Watkins, G, Baylor
They Colts will do whatever Manning tells them too, and that’s rebuild that offensive line.
54. Philadelphia Eagles- Brandon Harris, CB, Miami
If they Eagles don’t go corner in round one, they’ll address it in round two.
55. Kansas City Chiefs- Jerry Jernigan, WR, Troy
The Chiefs have nothing next to Dwayne Bowe. They started Kevin Curtis last year, yeah, they’ll be looking for a wide out early.
56. New Orleans Saints- Quint Sturdivant, ILB, North Carolina
Like I said in round one, a ton of changes will be made to the Saints front seven.
57.Seattle Seahawks- Rodney Hudson, OG, Florida State
If they stick with Whitehurst, Seattle will need to keep him on his feet.
58. Baltimore Ravens- Will Rackley, OT, Lehigh
Jared Gathier suffered a back injury last year and if he can’t recover 100%, Rackley would be a solid replacement.
59. Atlanta Falcons- Kyle Rudolph, TE, Notre Dame
Rudolph is a stud, but with a small demand for a tight end, he slips to round two.
60. New England Patriots- Taiwan Jones, RB, Eastern Washington
Jones is the fastest running back in the draft. He’s not an every down back with his lack in size, but in New England he won’t have to be. Another play maker makes this New England offense very scary.
61. San Diego Chargers- Marcus Gilbert, OT, Florida
An upgrade at right tackle is possible, and Gilbert or James Carpenter could be their guy.
62. Chicago Bears– Curtis Brown, CB, Texas
Curtis Brown impressed me the most at the combine at the cornerback position, and I’d be shocked if he didn’t go in the second round.
63. Pittsburgh Steelers- Marcus Cannon, G, TCU
The Steelers had a ton of injuries to their offensive line and will be looking for some depth at the position.
64. Green Bay Packers- Greg Little, WR, North Carolina
Little is a top 40 talent, but like Marvin Austin, he missed all of last season. The Packers can take a chance on him if they can’t keep James Jones.