Round Two Mock Draft

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After assessing each team’s draft needs, offensive and defensive approaches and the prospects still left on the board, here is PFT’s Round Two mock draft:

33. Jaguars: Cornerback Johnthan Banks, Mississippi State

34. 49ers: Nose tackle John Jenkins, Georgia

35. Eagles: Quarterback Geno Smith, West Virginia

36. Lions: Offensive guard Brian Winters, Kent State

37. Bengals: Cornerback Darius Slay, Mississippi State

38. Cardinals: Outside linebacker Cornelius Washington, Georgia

39. Jets: Quarterback Ryan Nassib, Syracuse

40. Titans: Wide receiver Justin Hunter, Tennessee

41. Bills: Tight end Zach Ertz, Stanford

42. Raiders: Quarterback Matt Barkley, USC

43. Buccaneers: Cornerback Jamar Taylor, Boise State

44. Panthers: Cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson, Connecticut

45. Chargers: Nose tackle Johnathan Hankins, Ohio State

46. Bills: Offensive tackle Menelik Watson, Florida State

47. Cowboys: Running back Eddie Lacy, Alabama

48. Steelers: Linebacker Manti Te’o, Notre Dame

49. Giants: Tight end Gavin Escobar, San Diego State

50. Bears: Defensive tackle Kawann Short, Purdue

51. Redskins: Linebacker Kevin Minter, Louisiana State

52. Patriots: Wide receiver Robert Woods, Southern California

53. Bengals: Safety Johnathan Cyprien, Florida International

54. Dolphins: Cornerback Will Davis, Utah State

55. Packers: Nose tackle Jesse Williams, Alabama

56. Seahawks: Running back Andre Ellington, Clemson

57. Texans: Outside linebacker Damontre Moore, Texas A&M

58. Broncos: Defensive end Margus Hunt, Southern Methodist

59. Patriots: Center Barrett Jones, Alabama

60. Falcons: Defensive end Tank Carradine, Florida State

61. 49ers: Cornerback David Amerson, North Carolina State

62. Ravens: Wide receiver Keenan Allen, California

UPDATE 12:54 p.m. ET on Friday, April 26: A new addition to the mock is Florida International safety Johnathan Cyprien — surely a well-regarded prospect, as some have mentioned in the comments. After further review, he’s in. This bumped down Andre Ellington to No. 56. Also, I switched picks Nos. 40 and 41.

146 responses to “Round Two Mock Draft

  1. I know its a second round mock, but you might want to think about that SF pick with Zach Ertz still on the board.

  2. As a Cowboys fan I would love to see Lacy fall to them at 47. However, if that did happen they would probably take a 4th round RB instead.

  3. Where’s John Cyprien? You really don’t think a single safety will go in the second round?

  4. Really? Barkley for the Raiders. C’mon man! Where do they find you guys?! They’d be better off to go either Johnathan Hankins, or Kawann Short, which is probably what will happen. We DO NOT need a QB in this draft until later rounds… Tyler Wilson or Landry Jones in the 4-5 round area. My god, you “experts” aren’t very good with your mock drafts.

  5. Not bad but I think a few of these picks are off…I think Tampa definitely needs more secondary help and definitely DL help–then depth for the OL and a great TE. They end up with Banks, Taylor or Wreh-Wilson in the second round, I’d be happy. I wonder if they may not try to trade back into second round by moving one of their fourths and/or sixth rounders as well or even a second round pick next year. I don’t think the Ravens go for a WR this round. They still need to address LB first and foremost. Might even be willing to trade up since they have so many picks to ensure they get Minter or Brown.

  6. The Seahawks take a RB in round two? The team doesn’t have much needs but with Lynch & Turbin was just drafted last year in round 4 and looking good behind him. I see them taking another back later because we lost Washington. RT or DT are still possible sports, we also have to replace LB Hill because Smith although athletic, he takes bad angles on running plays and cleaned up by blockers.

  7. I know it’s fun for us all to pick apart mock drafts, and since I hate to deprive myself…

    Why would Tennessee select a TE in the 2nd round when they paid big bucks to Delanie Walker in free agency?

    Why would the Raiders select a QB in the 2nd round when they just traded for Matt Flynn?

    Why would the Buccaneers select a CB in the 2nd round after having traded for/signed Darrelle Revis?

    I don’t see Dallas selecting a RB this high, despite injury concerns regarding DeMarco Murray — they have other, more-pressing needs to fill in this spot.

    Manti Te’o is not a good fit for Pittsburgh. He needs to be in the middle of a 4-3 defense.

    To be honest, most of the rest of the mock draft looks pretty doable to me, with the Ravens and Patriots selecting WRs, the Giants a TE, the Seahawks a RB, and so on… pretty good projections.

  8. What about Cyprien? You don’t have him anywhere on here and he’s the next best safety supposedly. Think the Bengals would take him with at least one of their two picks here.

  9. On paper, these players taken in this second round mock appear better than the ones taken in the first.

    Worst first round ever.

  10. Considering the “accuracy” of all the “experts” in predicting the first round, I think my Steelers are safe from falling for the hype surrounding the rapidly falling Manti Te’uh-oh.

  11. get that Two nonsense out ta here for Pittsburgh.

    whoever they deem BPA from Minter, Arthur Brown, Keenan Allen, Robert Woods.

  12. I don’t think the Lions would take Winters the OG over Menelik Watson if they go OL. Watson appears to be graded by most teams as the higher BPA, so the Lions will probably have one guy left that is super high on their board. Could be Watson or they still might want another DE, a CB, or they might even be smitten with one of those WRs as both Woods and Hunter were pre-draft visits too.

  13. Why in the heck would Seattle take a RB, especially this early in the draft?

    Robert Turbin proved a more than capable backup to Marshawn Lynch last year.

    I like Bernard a lot, this just makes zero sense for the Hawks.

  14. Raiders taking Barlley is hilarious! So funny! Thanks for the laugh but no chance they go QB. Flynn is Reggie’s guy. End of story. They still need a DT. They dont need a QB and besides they are going with best player available, not needs.

  15. anybodyinhere says:Apr 26, 2013 11:32 AM

    I love the fact there are only 30 picks listed. Should speed things up.

  16. Te’o to the Steelers, that sounds about right. He pretends to have girlfriends they pretend to be relevant

  17. I don’t think Te’o goes until earliest fifth or possibly undrafted bc if his disappearing act in the championship game. Oh and he’s nuts

  18. your mock would make atlanta behind vikings the 2nd winner of this draft. and i dont like that.

  19. Cereal says:

    Te’o to the Steelers, that sounds about right. He pretends to have girlfriends they pretend to be relevant


    Lame Te’o joke #100,000

  20. If Cyprien is there at #46, the Bills are absolutely taking him (Either him or Arthur Brown). No way the 2nd round goes without a safety…..

  21. I can see Pitt taking LB but not Teo and definitely Allen or Woods–they will want another receiver. Also wouldn’t be surprised if Cyrpien (sp?) falls that they take him to help secondary as Troy is always hurt/injured and getting up there in age as well.

    I agree, Seattle could but probably won’t take a RB–not in this round anyways, they have other needs. Primarily at LB still.

    And to the guy that said why would Tampa take another Corner. Seriously? Did you not see how terrible their pass defense was last year. Right now they have Mevis–coming off an injury and no guarantee to be the same player; Wright who is okay but not that great and not sure why they even signed him last year in the first place, Barber who may or may not come back so that is a big question mark; even then if he does, he would only be a nickel and is getting older (facts are facts) and then Leonard Johnson who I think can become better but not fast enough and I think some guy named Gorrer and Lewis who is awful. They need secondary help still. Another solid CB like Taylor, Banks or Wehr-Wilson would be a great pick-up.

    It is my hopes that is what happens and then they trade somehow back into the second round (after seeing some of what picks were given up to trade last night in the first, I don’t think it would cost too much to get back in the second this year) and nab the best remaining DT or DE to help their pass rush–or the best remaining TE as Tampa definitely needs a solid TE that can block and catch passes–maybe even get vertical to give Freeman another weapon.

    I also don’t agree with the Raiders taking a QB–not here at least–I think they wait until later rounds and grab Landry Jones or Bray, etc. I think this round Reggie finally addresses the needs on the DL and there is some quality there for sure.

    Lastly, yes with the Jets who knows. I think at this point they would be better trying to get one of the better remaining receivers–Hunter, Allen or Woods–keep them away from potentially NE or Buffalo and give Sanchez a weapon and/or a chance next year to improve on offense. or they can go with Jones to help the OL, which could also help the offense. But it is the Jets and so taking Nassib could very well happen here. I just think Idzik wants to ride out Sanchez and be done with him and Ryan next year–therefore, letting the new coach be involved in selecting their next QB.

  22. no way the steelers take te’o. That is ridiculous. I would think after getting jones in the 1st that RB, WR, CB, or Safety are all a much higher priority than another LB at this point.

  23. I don’t think Bernard will be as good as that kid from Michigan State–so even if a team picks a RB–they’d be better off taking him (name escapes me).

    Ertz would make sense for the Jets as well–something on offense as they did lose Keller who often was a safety valve for Sanchez.

    And the Lions should definitely take Watson if they go OL, secondary or yes, Hunter or Woods would be a nice addition to the WR corps and possibly help Megatron out.

  24. Hilarious that the Browns don’t have a second-round pick. They will continue to be awful for years. Only their owner being the centerpiece of an FBI investigation could make this any better. (Oh wait.)

  25. Seattle taking a RB?

    This only proves that just because the media is more inclined to say nice things about the Seahawks now, that they still don’t know very much about the team.

    Lynch, Turbin, and probably some guy they pick with one of the four sevenths they have….that will be their RB lineup this year.

    Today’s pick will be OLB (biggest single need right now), DL/OL (can definitely use depth/competition on both units), and just maybe a TE or WR.

  26. I think Detroit will draft that discuss thrower from great Britain who had a good showing at that open combine at cowboys stadium. He’s only got 9 less collegiate starts than the guy they took in the first round, and hey, he’s big and fast! —–a depressed lions fan.

  27. Rick Spielman is a Magician says:Apr 26, 2013 11:36 AM

    If it goes this way, the Vikings might regret trading out of the second and third round.

    I’m trying not to think about it. It was a gutsy call by Spielman, I hope he is vindicated in the end.

  28. Barrett Jones? I don’t see this at all. Ryan Wendell earned himself a 3-year contract last year.

  29. When all said is done, I’d love to see a spreadsheet on all the final mock drafts (ESPN, NFL network, PFT, Sportingnews, etc) versus the actual draft results. I realize it’s tough to predict the trades, but that’s what makes it fun.

  30. Agreed–Seachickens don’t need another RB–

    Hey, sorry. The Lions have to eventually win consistently and get the big monkey off-their back. Trust me, being a Tampa fan isn’t too much easier most seasons.

    Not sure who commented but yes, if this draft shakes this way for ATL–as a Buccs fan, not going to be very excited…I think the Saints bounce back and contend again, ATL will still be tough but most likely choke in the playoffs and Carolina is going to be much improved–drafting Star last night was huge for them. They fix that secondary and add some WR help, watch out for them. Tampa might go 7-9 or 8-8 and still finish fourth in that division. Biased, perhaps, but I think that division and the NFC West (finally) are the two tougher divisions. Pound for pound, Seattle and St. Louis are keeping up with the 9ers. I think the NFC East is over-rated each year and is based too much on past history.

    Another great division that has to get even better once the Browns turn the corner–is the AFC North. Although, I think the Ravens fall down a few pegs this season. It very well is a three-team race though, I think with 10-6 taking that division between the Bengals, Steelers and Ravens.

  31. Okay, let me get this straight. So, the Pats take the guy the vkings should have taken, with one of the 4 picks they stole from the vikings? What did the vikes do to p*** BB off so bad? Is it still the “Chilly Effect?”

  32. I dont see Raiders taking Barkley. Id really like Zack Ertz at #42, but I think he will be gone. Next I would LOVE Eddie Lacey at #42! I think someone will trade past us to take him. If hes there REG GET HIM!!! I wanted Steven Jackson in FA but that wasnt going to happen. Lacey will be GREAT at #42.


  33. If Howie/Chip draft Geno…..please…i’d rather draft Big Bird for crying out loud…Geno took 2 safties in ONE game!!!!!!!! This guy is not “A Guy”….just draft def. please

  34. I wouldn’t expect the Packers to take another D-Lineman. I would assume it would be a safety.

    I could also see the Packers moving up to snag Watson at Tackle or Lacy

  35. Like the Pats picks, but now that they have a little ammo, I can’t see them waiting till #52 for their 1rst pick. I think they move up to get either CB Wrent-wilson or JTaylor. Then, hopefully, still get WR Woods, KAllen, Patton or Williams. They do need interior OL depth(BJones), but it can wait.

  36. Appreciate the comments & the reasoning behind them. Only 30 second-round picks made it a little tougher to get everyone in.

    Re: the lack of safeties — I considered multiple ones, Cyprien among them, and I will not be surprised if he’s picked.

    Enjoy Rounds Two and Three tonight.


  37. I feel like a fool questioning a second round mock draft when we know that most of these picks will be wrong, but if John cyprien falls to the 3rd round someone is gonna get a helluva steal. I go to FIU and that kid is a stud. Could turn out to be the best safety in this draft

  38. “If the Cowboys pick Eddie Lacy in the 2nd round (even though I like the 1st round pick) that would be a good pick up…”

    You might be the only person on the planet who liked the cowboys 1st rd pick….well, you and Jerry Jones

  39. As a Cowboys fan, after the first round SNAFU, I’ll just be happy if they pick someone that I’ve heard of.

  40. Barkley to the Raiders? That is frickin’ hilarious. No way Reggie picks another SoCal bust…man, what a stupid pick.

  41. Why would the Bengals take a CB instead of a Safety? They just got Dre Kirkpatrick in the first round last year for CB. Not to mention they have Leon Hall, Adam Jones and Terrance Newman under contract for the next couple of years. I guess it’s possible though.

  42. Raider Nation would happily welcome in Barkley we need that leadership,I also wouldn’t mind getting Woods both future pro bowlers snagging either one in 2nd round is a steal

  43. Why would the Redskins take a linebacker if Cyprien was on the board to meet their glaring need at Safety. Unlike the linebacker, Cyprien would start right away. This is not even realistic.

  44. Rick Spielman is a Magician says:Apr 26, 2013 11:36 AM

    If it goes this way, the Vikings might regret trading out of the second and third round.


    No way. Patterson has more talent and upside than any WR they would’ve got in the 2nd round, and is a playmaker as a KR too. Giving up the late 3rd and early 4th round picks to move up really means losing a couple picks for guys you hope can contribute, and develop into starters, but not day 1. Vikings don’t need that at LB, their only real need right now. Besides they can still draft a LB in the 4th with their other pick.

    Sure, the Patriots could draft another Tom Brady with one of those picks, but odds are you get a couple of servicable guys for a few years at best with those picks. I’d rather have a starter and a playmaker at a key skill position than a coupla plugs you hope work out someday.

  45. mobucsfan:

    I would LOVE to see the Lions trade down to the 15-25 range. I think there’s a nice sweet spot in that range for us and the consideration could be used to elevate some later picks and keep our pick count the same or lower so we can pry into another sweet range in the 3rd and or 4th.

  46. Just read’s second round mock for the fun of it–slow day at work. I actually think is is a pretty decent one and I could see several of those picks going that way. Some of the picks that just make more sense. Still a few head scratchers for sure but they are Mock Drafts. Still going to be a surprise or two tonight in the second round and even possibly the third round. That I think is the safest bet of them all.

  47. raiders will go with in order, ertz, or de like hunt, carradine, moore, or fs-cyprien,dt- jenkins,hankins , or mlb- minter , teo

  48. Believe Bucs will take either Hankins (NT) or Watson (OT). Those holes still exist.

    Take care of them and then they should be able to go BPA rest of the draft.

  49. Carl Gerbschmidt says:
    Apr 26, 2013 12:08 PM
    Okay, let me get this straight. So, the Pats take the guy the vkings should have taken, with one of the 4 picks they stole from the vikings? What did the vikes do to p*** BB off so bad? Is it still the “Chilly Effect?”


    Is that the best Packer-spin you’ve got on the Vikings hitting it out of the park in the 1st round? You must still be despondent.

  50. Eagles will go with Carrigan or Cyprien (Who I can’t believe you have slipping through the entire round). I don’t think the Eagles have any interest in Smith. He can’t run, his college numbers prove it (and those usually against bad defenses). If they are going to give a slightly mobile qb a shot, may as well let Foles do it.

    IMO, the Eagles will focus on defense for the next few rounds

  51. Bears need a long-term answer at LB, I’d see them drafting Minter or Brown ahead of a DT…Still wish they had nabbed Ogletree in the first, and Long in the second.

  52. Redskins take a linebacker while a 1st round talented safeties in Cyprien and Swearinger is still out there? That’s just plain ignorant, did you guys think while doing this or did you just rush through it? And Gio Bernard will go before Lacy, and both will be gone before the Cowboys pick. I see Gio going to the Bengels. But Bernard is the better player then Lacy.

  53. Bengals will take Cyprien at #37 and Bernard at #53 (if available, as your mock says he will be)

  54. Even though Kevin Minter would be a nice addition, the Redskins have a more glaring need at safety than at LB. If Cyprien is still on the board you have to go with that talent instead.

  55. The seahawks have Turbin and Lynch along with a stable of running backs that are consistently there in training camp, why would they spend their first pick on a RB? Makes 0 sense unless you feel they are just trying to replace Leon Washington as a return or possibly backing up Robinson at FB to eventually take over for him. Neither of these moves seem like a wise move with their first pick of the draft.

    IMO hawks take Margus Hunt in case Clemons can’t get healthy ever again, and keep in mind avril’s deal is only 2 years. Or they could take Tyrann Matheiu as a nickel CB since Winfield will probably be done after this season. Or any of the plethora of OLB talent left, likely Khaseem Greene, to replace Leeroy Hill.

    RB makes 0 sense.

  56. I am really getting tired of these crybaby Lions fans!! Give Siggy a chance and if he pans out all u losers will b on here saying ” oh I’ve loved this guy since day 1 “…. UNREAL! On a side note would love to c Armstead, carradine, or Okafor in the 2nd for us..GO D!!

  57. Really? A TE over a LB (Arthur Brown, Minter, Greene) DE (Carradine, Moore) or even a CB? TE to the Giants isn’t happening

  58. Steelers wont draft Te’o or any other linebacker in the 2nd round. If Lacey doesn’t fall to us then we should think wr but not reach for one. If there is nothing besides a reach trade down a few spots get a wr and an extra pick of get a DB. Pick up a RB in the third. Last year our offense was bad mostly due to a non-existant running game.

    This is a passing league but having a solid running back takes a lot of the pressure off your quarterback and moves the chains. The Vikings record would have been bad if they didn’t have AP to move the chains. I’m not saying that we will get somebody anywhere near the caliber of AP but we need somebody better than Dwyer and Redman if we want to make the playoffs this year.

  59. I don’t understand why draft guru’s look at the needs of teams. Listening to ESPN need isn’t a good measure of talent. Aren’t teams just suppose to take the best player on the board and not worry if he fits or not? Then why attempt to figure out a teams needs…just list the second round picks based on who is the most talented and work your way down. Course the media isn’t known for making sense so why should there mock drafts.

  60. Can’t believe my post got deleted but let me reiterate:

    If Nick Foles is not “mobile” enough for Chip Kelly’s offense than how is Geno Smith?

    Both are pocket passers.

  61. Jesse Williams would be a solid pick but after getting Datone GB can addreds other needs. In this case keenan allen or montee ball.

  62. No way the Redskins take a linebacker with Safeties like Cyprien & corners like Amerson still on the board.

    But the Steelers would be getting richer with Teo and Jarvis Jones

  63. @bunjy96

    I’m not opposed to either one of those picks–except I really think the secondary needs to be upgraded more and this will most likely the last round to get those kind of players–banks, wehr-wilson or taylor–almost first round grades for some of them.

    I really wish Tampa had two second round picks–which is why I’d hope they at least explore getting back into the second round somehow without giving up too much. I guess with Clabo and Winston and a few other serviceable OL out there as FA, I’d rather Tampa try that after the draft if still need OL help. In the draft they need to definitely find another CB, a DT/DE and a TE above all else. With seven picks-as of now to do that–I think it can be done. I really wouldn’t even worry about a QB in rounds 4-6 like some have projected. Make due with Free, Orlovsky and Weber this year. Free either makes it and shows he is the franchise QB the teem needs long-term or they can draft better talented QB in next year’s draft–with a much better talent pool projected.

  64. I’m a Packer fan but wow did Minny hit it out of the park. First of all, they didn’t give up four picks for Patterson, they basically gave up a three, four, and seven. Consider their two as the Patterson pick. Floyd at 23? Steal!
    I loved the Pack pick but have to give Minnesota credit. It’s better to get three guys you want than six who just happen to fall to you. Was hoping Te’o would go to the Bears. After facing Urlacher for years, that would have made things much more fun for Rodgers and the gang.

  65. 27xplayoffs says:Apr 26, 2013 11:58 AM

    Rick Spielman is a Magician says:Apr 26, 2013 11:36 AM

    If it goes this way, the Vikings might regret trading out of the second and third round.

    I’m trying not to think about it. It was a gutsy call by Spielman, I hope he is vindicated in the end.

    wludford is probably right. Patterson has way more talent than any of these 2nd-round wide receivers but he probably will take some time to get up to speed. Meanwhile, he’ll return kicks, run deep, and take over Percy’s bubble screens.

  66. The Texans would NEVER take more, much for the same reasons of not taking Patterson in the first round. They don’t draft guys with completely screwed up character issues. I look for them to trade up and lock in the middle LB they want to play along side of Cushing. Could be Minter of Te’o at this point. But Moore, you’re completely just filling in names in this mock draft.

  67. Can’t see any way Manti and Lacy slide that far. Bengals probably nab one of them with their first pick.

  68. Man I must be bored and asking for punishment…just read some incoherent rambling from Rosenthal on about how the Buccaneers should take Geno Smith as he is a good fit. It wasn’t the only team he listed but the fact that he said TB as a good fit made me want to throw the computer monitor. ReallY? Tampa drafts this guy and I might have to seriously tune this team out until he is gone. Ugh. Where do all of these writers/supposed experts etc come up with this garbage? Tampa doesn’t address DT/DE, CB and TE before a QB, then I’m done as a fan for the next few seasons or until they fire Dominik–which I think this might be his last year if he doesn’t get that talent needed to get this team into the playoffs.

  69. Raiders blow it again with 2nd round pick after 1st round stretch. Maybe the want to tarf off everything but first deck of stadium. There will be be trash at the O!

  70. I can see that whomever made this up doesn’t know a thing about the Seahawks. RT, DT, TE or OLB are far greater needs for this team. Runningback? That’s flat nuts, Honey Bear is more likely than a RB.

  71. No Way Eagles take Smith there. If they didn’t take him n the first, then they don’t value him as a second. When they clearly have a position need, they would have taken a QB in round 1 if they felt he was the fit. I see them taking Cyprien at number 35. He’s that stud safety that they have been lacking since BDawk.

  72. Tennessee took a much needed guard in round one. Now’s the time to draft defense. We need DE, CB, and S. Just because Hunter was a Vol, doesn’t mean they’re going to take him.

  73. Seahawks just might draft a RB in the 2nd. When was the last time the Seahawks actually drafted someone that you thought was one of their needs in the round? Seahawks FO will throw a curveball, same thing Wilkening is thinking.

  74. If the Ravens actually get Keenan Allen at the end of the 2nd and Arthur Brown is still on the board for a trade up in the third, I will do a back flip.

  75. Dolphins – picking Will Davis? for gosh sakes he does not even have a hyperlink to his name! LOL This CB might be a talent at 6ft with 4.42 40 time, but seriously he is a late 5th or 6th rounder. I never even heard of Utah State.

    The Dolphins have already worked a Trade and will move up early for a CB or TE unless. The Tackle thing is going to be a Clabo or Winston FA signing. Please no thank you Albert. We do not need another overpaid, part-time LT.

  76. Wouldn’t be surprised if GB goes DL again, but they could also go for another WR like Patton or a RB – Bell or Franklin, most likely. Maybe Swearinger at S or OL Bahktiari in the 3rd.

  77. laxcoach37 says: Apr 26, 2013 3:45 PM

    Dolphins – picking Will Davis? for gosh sakes he does not even have a hyperlink to his name! LOL This CB might be a talent at 6ft with 4.42 40 time, but seriously he is a late 5th or 6th rounder. I never even heard of Utah State.
    Will Davis is a good player will be a great pick-up for the Dolphins, or whoever picks him up- in the fifth round. If Ireland takes him ahead of Amerson, BW Webb, or even Robert Alford, security should just stand aside and let the lynch mob into his office.

  78. phillynorth says: Apr 26, 2013 3:13 PM

    No Way Eagles take Smith there. If they didn’t take him n the first, then they don’t value him as a second. When they clearly have a position need, they would have taken a QB in round 1 if they felt he was the fit. I see them taking Cyprien at number 35. He’s that stud safety that they have been lacking since BDawk.
    I gave you a thumbs-up for being correct, although as a Skins fan, I’d be horrified to have to play him twice a year. The idea that he slips into the third is completely ridiculous, especially when people thought the Niners were trading up for Cyprien in the first.

  79. Insane to think that the Raiders will take Barkley with all of the other needs they have. Al is no longer there guys! They will go Defensive T or TE, RT or possibly trade down again if the guy they want is not there. I like Barkley, but way to many holes to fill for them to take a QB at #2.

  80. WTH do we need with another running back? We’ve already got Lynch and Turbin as power backs, Harvin as a utility back, Robinson at fullback, Wilson under center (who is a smart and good runner) and Zach Miller. We aren’t the Jets and we don’t need to overstock in one area when there are more pressing needs in others.

    GO HAWKS!!!

  81. I was amazed to see that a guy with half a brain could format such poor picks into a legible article….You think the Skins will take a LB over a DB of any type? Have you been following football for the past few years? Or did you just wander over from the Martha Stewart Channel?

  82. You’re projecting the Steelers will take Manti T’eo after picking a LB in the 1rst round? C’mon! RB, WR, TE, or CB are priorities right now. Get with the program!!

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