I was surprised with the Falcons trading all those picks for Julio Jones. Him and Roddy can be a very nice tandem.
On the other hand, you have the Patriots. I understand they like stock-piling picks but it's not like they are a bad team that is rebuilding and wants extra picks. Would they have been better off taking Ingram or one of the DE's at #28?
I refuse to apply logic to that team's draft repertoire. It went from being cute to Machiavellian genius to petty.
Buffalo Bills: Andy Dalton, QB, TCU The Bills are seemingly interested in a quarterback. Think back to the infamous Andre Reed Tweet-gate. Or the fact that Christian Ponder tweeted "Buffalo" on Wednesday. The best quarterback available is Andy Dalton, and the Bills have shown interest in him. Chan Gailey coached Dalton in the Senior Bowl.
New York Giants: Mikel Leshoure, RB, Illinois The Giants love taking the best player on their board, and that could be Mikel Leshoure in this scenario.
Brandon Jacobs' days in New York are numbered, and the coaching staff is not confident in Ahmad Bradshaw's ability to stay healthy for a whole season.
Buffalo Bills: Sam Acho, DE/OLB, Texas The Bills missed out on Von Miller, so they pick up a much-needed outside pass-rusher atop Round 3.
New York Giants: Luke Stocker, TE, Tennessee New York could stand to improve the tight end position; Kevin Boss is a decent player, but he's nothing special. Luke Stocker is a steal in the middle of Round 3.
New York Jets: Greg Salas, WR, Hawaii It doesn't seem like the Jets will be able to re-sign both Santonio Holmes and Braylon Edwards. If one walks, New York will need a new wideout.
I am not too enthralled going for skilled positions with both Day 2 picks.
OFFENSIVE LINE Ben Ijalana, Villanova (2) Will Rackley, Lehigh (2-3) Brandon Fusco, Slippery Rock (4-5) Byron Stingily, Louisville (6) John Gianninoto, UNLV (FA) Donovan Edwards, Cal (FA)
DEFENSIVE END Justin Trattou, Florida (6-FA) Jonathan Freeney, Rutgers (7-FA)
DEFENSIVE TACKLE Jarvis Jenkins, Clemson (2-3) David Carter, UCLA (6) Ollie Ogbu, Penn State (6-7) Sealver Siliga, Utah (7-FA)
LINEBACKER Justin Houston, Georgia (2) Quan Sturdivant, North Carolina (3) Dontay Moch, Nevada (2-3) Chris Carter, Fresno State (3) Akeem Dent, Georgia (4) Doug Hogue, Syracuse (6-7)
DEFENSIVE BACK* Ras-I Dowling, Virginia (2-3) Shareece Wright, USC (2-3) Jaiquawn Jarrett, Temple (3-4) Brandon Hogan, West Virginia (4-5) Kendric Burney, North Carolina (6-7) Will Hill, Florida (7-FA) Richard Council, Indiana (FA) Darnell Burks, Fort Valley State (FA) Tommy Irvin, Wofford (FA)
*The surprise selection of Prince Amukamara in the first round might preclude the Giants from taking some of these guys – even if, cough, “you can never have enough cover guys.”
NO!!!!!! Al Davis took Stefan Wisniewski! Somewhat sane pick and that's a goodbye to Robert Gallery. Michael Lombardi on NFLN says they want to move up in the second round again foregoing next year's second round pick in the process. Something tells me they are hot on Mallett.
Broncos with their back to back picks go pretty safe with Rahim Moore and Orlando Franklin.
Oh, Spags. Did you not learn from your last year with the Giants that had us taking an undersized TE from Wisconsin?
Ijalana and Wisniewski are both gone so that bums me out a little. Hudson from FSU could be an option.
San Diego's draft really does not look remarkable at all.
Tampa picks Bowers.
Giants pick up now. Leshore from Illinois, Hudson from FSU, Stephen Paea from Oregon State, Martez Wilson from Illinois, or Marvin Austin from UNC. Apart of me would be completely fine with a trade down but looks like it will not happen.
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