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2014 NFL Draft: Second Round Mock Draft

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  1. Memphis Ram

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    2014 NFL Draft: Second Round Mock Draft
    By Dane Brugler | NFLDraftScout.com Senior Analyst

    May 9, 2014 3:52 am ET
    • With the first 32 picks of the 2014 NFL Draft in the books, teams will reset their boards and prepare for the second and third rounds on Friday. Here's a quick look at how the second round (picks 33-64) might play out:

    33. Houston Texans – Louis Nix, NT, Notre Dame
    A quarterback is possible here, but Houston can get Tom Savage in the third round, get the behemoth nose tackle now.

    34. Washington Redskins – Joel Bitonio, OL, Nevada
    The Redskins have offensive line needs and Bitonio has the skill-set to line up at tackle or guard.

    35. Cleveland Browns – Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana
    Cleveland needs to find a No. 2 receiver to pair with Josh Gordon and Latimer has all the tools needed for the position.

    36. Oakland Raiders – Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State
    Oakland went with an impact pass rusher in the first round, the future starting quarterback could be the target in the second.

    37. Atlanta Falcons – Kony Ealy, DE, Missouri
    The Falcons went with the offensive tackle at No. 6, now it's time to address the pass rush with Ealy.

    38. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Cyrus Kouandjio, OT, Alabama
    Anthony Collins was brought in, but the Buccaneers are still looking for tackle depth and Kouandjio is a good value here.

    39. Jacksonville Jaguars – Marqise Lee, WR, USC
    Regardless if Blake Bortles or Chad Henne is at quarterback, more weapons are needed with Blackmon not expected back in 2014.

    40. Seattle Seahawks – Timmy Jernigan, DT, Florida State
    The Seahawks are in a position to restock on the defensive line and add a versatile lineman like Jernigan.

    41. Buffalo Bills – Jace Amaro, TE, Texas Tech
    After trading up for Watkins in the first instead of waiting for Ebron at No. 9, the Bills can continue and add weapons for E.J. Manuel.

    42. Tennessee Titans – Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, Eastern Illinois
    The Titans have been doing their homework on this quarterback class and Garoppolo could be an intriguing developmental option.

    43. New York Giants – Carlos Hyde, RB, Ohio State
    Rashad Jennings was brought in to start, but Hyde would be an excellent addition and give New York a powerful 1-2 punch.

    44. St. Louis Rams – Lamarcus Joyner, DB, Florida State
    St. Louis plays Tyrann Mathieu twice a year so they understand the value of versatile defensive back who can cover and hit.

    45. Detroit Lions – Scott Crichton, DE, Oregon State
    The Lions lost several defensive ends to free agency, including Willie Young and Crichton would help them rebuild the depth at the position.

    46. Pittsburgh Steelers – Stephon Tuitt, DL, Notre Dame
    Pittsburgh needs to revamp their front-three and Tuitt was born to play the 5-technique spot in a 3-4 scheme.

    47. Dallas Cowboys – Demarcus Lawrence, DE, Boise State
    As the Cowboys look to replace Demarcus Ware, Lawrence could be that pass rusher they covet for the right defensive end spot.

    48. Baltimore Ravens – Xavier Su'a-Filo, OG, UCLA
    Versatile Kelechi Osemele can kick out to right tackle with Su'a-Filo stepping in and starting as a rookie at guard.

    49. New York Jets – Phillip Gaines, CB, Rice
    The Jets addressed the safety position in the first round and could improve the cornerback spot with Gaines here.

    50. Miami Dolphins – Allen Robinson, WR, Penn State
    Miami drafted someone to help protect Ryan Tannehill in the first round, this pick could another pass catcher for him to target.

    51. Chicago Bears – Ra'Shede Hageman, DT, Minnesota
    Chicago needs to improve the interior of the defensive line and Hageman gives them options.

    52. Arizona Cardinals – Pierre Desir, CB, Lindenwood
    Patrick Peterson and Antonio Cromartie are the starters, but Desir would be able to learn behind them.

    53. Green Bay Packers – Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Washington
    A player Ted Thompson likely considered in the first round is here for them in the second round.

    54. Philadelphia Eagles – Bashaud Breeland, DB, Clemson
    Chip Kelly addressed the pass rush in the first round and might look to the secondary with this pick.

    55. Cincinnati Bengals – Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia
    With Anthony Collins moving on, the Bengals could use added depth on the offensive line.

    56. San Francisco 49ers – Billy Turner, OL, North Dakota State
    San Francisco loves mean, nasty linemen up front and Turner can be groomed to be an eventual starter.

    57. San Diego Chargers – Weston Richburg, C, Colorado State
    Nick Hardwick will be 32 years old this season and Richburg is a plug and play type who can also line up at guard.

    58. New Orleans Saints – Marcus Martin, C, USC
    New Orleans will need to address their interior offensive line at some point and Martin falls to them here.

    59. Indianapolis Colts – Terrence Brooks, FS, Florida State
    The Colts need to replace Antoine Bethea in the secondary and Brooks is an ideal fit with his ability to play both free and strong.

    60. Carolina Panthers – Jack Mewhort, OT, Ohio State
    The Panthers went wideout in the first and will likely look to the offensive line in the second.

    61. San Francisco 49ers – Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State
    A player that will remind them of Michael Crabtree, Adams gives Colin Kaepernick another versatile receiving target.

    62. New England Patriots – Troy Niklas, TE, Notre Dame
    The Patriots are expected to add a tight end at some point in the first few rounds and Niklas fits really well as a secondary option there.

    63. Denver Broncos – Donte Moncrief, WR, Mississippi
    With Eric Decker no longer in Denver, the Broncos could add some young talent to the wide receiver position.

    64. Seattle Seahawks – Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, Nebraska
    The Seahawks are always looking for tall, long cornerbacks who fit their scheme and Jean-Baptiste could be that prospect.
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  2. 69superbowl

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    Would love a safety - Terrence Brooks or LaMarcus Joyner (who can play nickel/corner as well) at 44 or higher if they smell a rat. Hope we don't get the legs cut out from under us. If they are gone, I'd take the UCLA guard Sua-Filo, or wait on Brandon Thomas later.
  3. Boston Ram

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    There is a lot of talent left. Would be thrilled if Joyner is our pick.