2014 NFL Draft: Round 2 and 3 Re-Mock

Some guys to look out for in day two of the draft tonight.


33. Houston Texans - DT Louis Nix, Notre Dame. The Texans are rumored to love a player here. Nix would fill a huge hole in the middle.

34. Washington Redskins - OT Morgan Moses, Virginia. Moses could play left tackle, but will slide into the right side, which is a big weak spot.

35. Cleveland Browns - WR Marqise Lee, USC. I find it hard to believe Kelvin Benjamin went ahead of Lee, but Cleveland continues to win this draft.

36. Oakland Raiders - QB Derek Carr, Fresno State. GM Reggie McKenzie is trying to win now but Carr is too good to pass up here.

37. Atlanta Falcons - DE/OLB Demarcus Lawrence, Boise State. The Falcons need to add pass rushers for their new 3-4. They should have their choice of quite a few here.

38. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - OG Xavier Su'a-Filo, UCLA. Su'a-Filo is ready to step in and play now. The interior of Tampa Bay's line needs work.

39. Jacksonville Jaguars - WR Cody Latimer, Indiana. The Jaguars cannot count on Justin Blackmon anymore, they need a starter opposite Cecil Shorts.

40. Seattle Seahawks - DE/DT Stephon Tuitt, Notre Dame. The Seahawks love a deep and versatile defensive line. Tuitt is talented and could provide snaps at end and tackle.

41. Buffalo Bills - OLB Kyle Van Noy, BYU. Van Noy is a solid pass rusher who would be a good fit in Buffalo's hybrid defense.

42. Tennessee Titans - DE/OLB Jeremiah Attaochu, Georgia Tech. The Titans passed on needs to take the best player available with Taylor Lewan. Attaochu is a good pass rusher.

43. New York Giants - DE/DT Kony Ealy, Missouri. The Giants defensive line has lost plenty of bodies in recent seasons. Ealy can help at end and tackle.

44. St. Louis Rams - CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste, Nebraska. The Rams would like a tall corner to play opposite Janoris Jenkins.

45. Detroit Lions - DT Ra'Shede Hageman, Minnesota. Detroit takes the best player available here. If Hageman was more consistent, he would have been a mid first round pick.

46. Pittsburgh Steelers - WR Allen Robinson, Penn State. Pittsburgh needs to find some bigger receivers for Ben Roethlisberger. Robinson goes 6'3.

47. Dallas Cowboys - DE Scott Crichton, Oregon State. Dallas took the best player available with Zack Martin, but the defense needs major work. Crichton is not extremely talented, but is a very hard worker at end.

48. Baltimore Ravens - OT Cyrus Kouandjio, Alabama. Ozzie Newsome went with an injury plagued Alabama player in round one, so why not again? Kouandjio could take over for Michael Oher at right tackle.

49. New York Jets - TE Jace Amaro, Texas Tech. The Jets need to add play makers to offense. Amaro struggles with drops but the talent is evident.

50. Miami Dolphins - OG/OT Joel Bitonio, Nevada. The Dolphins reached for Ja'Wuan James, showing that the new GM is going to rebuild his line. No reason to stop there. Bitonio could slide into right guard.

51. Chicago Bears - DT Ego Ferguson, LSU. Chicago needs to continue to add to a rebuilt defense. Ferguson is a big body who could help take over for Henry Melton.

52. Arizona Cardinals - OG Trai Turner, LSU. The Cardinals are built to win now so they pass on a quarterback to shore up the interior of their line.

53. Green Bay Packers - WR Davante Adams, Fresno State. The Packers lost James Jones and Greg Jennings in recent years. Day two is a good time to bring in reinforcements.

54. Philadelphia Eagles - WR Bruce Ellington, South Carolina. Ellington is small but quick, and would be a nice fit in Chip Kelly's offense.

55. Cincinnati Bengals - DE Kareem Martin, North Carolina. The Bengals lost Michael Johnson. Martin looks the part at 6'6, 275.

56. San Francisco 49ers - WR Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt. All Matthews did was have the best statistical season of any SEC wideout ever. The Niners need bodies behind Anquan Boldin and Michael Crabtree.

57. San Diego Chargers - DT DaQuan Jones, UCLA. Jones has the size to play nose tackle in San Diego's 3-4 front.

58. New Orleans Saints - C Weston Richburg, Colorado State. The Saints have a major hole at center and add the draft's best.

59. Indianapolis Colts - OG Dakota Dozier, Furman. The Colts offensive line needs a lot of work. Maybe this will help Trent Richardson a bit.

60. Carolina Panthers - CB/S Lamarcus Joyner, Florida State. The Panthers really need offensive lineman and receivers, but the secondary is in shambles as well.

61. San Francisco 49ers - DE/OLB Trent Murphy, Stanford. The Niners have a ton of picks and can add depth everywhere. Murphy is Aldon Smith insurance.

62. New England Patriots - RB Carlos Hyde, Ohio State. Bill Belichick likes to use multiple running backs. Hyde is a bruiser who could fill the LaGarrette Blount role.

63. Denver Broncos - OG/C Marcus Martin, USC. The Broncos have a hole at guard. Martin is better at center but could handle that spot.

64. Seattle Seahawks - TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Washington. Seferian-Jenkins has first round talent but a bad junior season knocked him down the boards. He would be a nice developmental prospect for a deep Seattle team.

Round 3

65. Houston Texans - QB Tom Savage, Pittsburgh
66. Washington Redskins - CB Keith McGill, Utah
67. Oakland Raiders - DT Timmy Jernigan, Florida State
68. Atlanta Falcons - CB Pierre Desir, Lindenwood
69. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - OLB Telvin Smith, FSU
70. Jacksonville Jaguars - DE/OLB Trent Murphy, Stanford
71. Cleveland Browns - RB Bishop Sankey, Washington
72. Minnesota Vikings - WR Jarvis Landry, LSU
73. Buffalo Bills - TE Troy Niklas, Notre Dame
74. New York Giants - OT Antonio Richardson, Tennessee
75. St. Louis Rams - S Terrence Brooks, Florida State
76. Detroit Lions - WR Donte Moncrief, Mississippi
77. San Francisco 49ers - QB Jimmy Garoppolo, Eastern Illinois
78. Dallas Cowboys - DT Kelcy Quarles, South Carolina
79. Baltimore Ravens - RB Tre Mason, Auburn
80. New York Jets - WR Paul Richardson, Colorado
81. Miami Dolphins - LB Chris Borland, Wisconsin
82. Chicago Bears - LB Carl Bradford, Arizona State
83. Cleveland Browns - OG Gabe Jackson, Mississippi State
84. Arizona Cardinals - QB Logan Thomas, Virginia Tech
85. Green Bay Packers - CB Marcus Roberson, Florida
86. Philadelphia Eagles - CB Jaylen Watkins, Florida
87. Kansas City Chiefs - WR Martavis Bryant, Clemson
88. Cincinnati Bengals - QB Aaron Murray, Georgia
89. San Diego Chargers - WR Brandon Coleman, Rutgers
90. Indianapolis Colts - DE Brent Urban, Virginia
91. Arizona Cardinals - OT Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, McGill
92. Carolina Panthers - OT Jack Mewhort, Ohio State
93. New England Patriots - DE/OLB Chris Smith, Arkansas
94. San Francisco 49ers - DE Will Clarke, West Virginia
95. Denver Broncos - DT Caraun Reid, Princeton
96. Minnesota Vikings - S Brock Vereen, Minnesota
97. Pittsburgh Steelers - OG/OT Billy TUrner, North Dakota State
98. Green Bay Packers - OT Cameron Fleming, Stanford
99. Baltimore Ravens - CB Phillip Gaines, Rice
100. San Francisco 49ers - C Travis Swanson, Arkansas

Jonathan Carrano

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