33. Tennessee Titans (2-14) – Randy Gregory (OLB/Nebraska)

Randy Gregory

At one point, Gregory was considered a top 3 selection. After showing up to the combine underweight, failing a drug test and other vague reasons, he fell out of the top spot completely. The Titans signed Brian Orakpo, but he is injury prone. Gregory gives the Titans a tremendous value at the edge and a solid backup plan if Orakpo goes down again.

34. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-14) – T.J. Clemmings (OT/Pittsburgh)

TJ Clemmings

The Bucs drafted the new face of their franchise last night in Winston, so now they will need to protect him. Anthony Collins was release this offseason after a poor 2014.

35. Oakland Raiders (3-13) – Eric Kendricks (ILB/UCLA)

Eric Kendricks

The top available player and a local product, Kendricks surprisingly wasn’t taken in the first round. He will help fortify the Raiders linebacker group with Khalil Mack.

36. Jacksonville Jaguars (3-13) – Ameer Abdullah (RB/Nebraska)

Ameer Abdullah

Jacksonville needs a running back after seeing how poorly Toby Gerhart is as the main running back. Denard Robinson played well down the stretch, but he is not the long-term answer.

37. New York Jets (4-12) – Dorial Green-Beckham (WR/Oklahoma)

NCAA Football: Texas A&M at Missouri

It shouldn’t be too surprising to see Green-Beckham fall out of the first round. His character concerns drove him out, but he has the talent to succeed in the NFL. The Jets added Brandon Marshall, but they need a young receiver who can develop into the team’s main guy.

38. Washington Redskins (4-12) – Landon Collins (SS/Alabama)

Landon Collins

Brandon Meriweather is gone, so Washington will need to find someone who to take over his role. Collins would serve as an upgrade anyway, as Meriweather was a consistently poor player.

39. Chicago Bears (5-11) – Jordan Phillips (NT/Oklahoma)

Jordan Phillips

The Bears passed on Danny Shelton in the first round. With Phillips is the second best nose tackle in the draft and serves as an upgrade to a putrid Bears defense.

40. New York Giants (6-10) – Preston Smith (DE/Mississippi State)

Preston Smith

Giants need help on the pass rush across fro Jason Pierre-Paul. If Landon Collins falls here, he would be another likely selection.

41. St. Louis Rams (6-10) – Jaelen Strong (WR/Arizona State)

Jaelen Strong

The Rams spent this offseason bolstering their defense, and so far it looks like their draft is offense-oriented. Strong provides another weapon for Nick Foles.

42. Atlanta Falcons (6-10) – Maxx Williams (TE/Minnesota)

Maxx Williams

Matt Ryan needs a safety valve now that Tony Gonzalez is gone. Williams will provide a much-needed intermediate target on offense.

43. Cleveland Browns (7-9) – Sammie Coates (WR/Auburn)

Sammie Coates

Cleveland may move on from Josh Gordon and even if they choose not to, another offensive weapon is needed.

44. New Orleans Saints (7-9) – Eli Harold (OLB/Virginia)

Eli Harold

The Saints snagged up Andrus Peat in the first round instead of going after a pass rusher. They’ll find one in Round 2, whether is be Harold or Owamagbe Odighizuwa.

45. Minnesota Vikings (7-9) – Jake Fisher (OT/Oregon)

Jake Fisher

Minnesota struggled heavily last season at tackle once Matt Kalil went down. Fisher could also play guard.

46. San Francisco 49ers (8-8) – Ronald Darby (CB/Florida State)

NCAA Football: Florida State vs Oklahoma State

San Francisco lost both of their starting cornerbacks this offseason. Expect them to look for a new starter early.

47. Miami Dolphins (8-8) – Denzel Perryman (ILB/Miami FL)

Denzel Perryman

Miami needs help at inside linebacker, so why not grab the local product in Perryman?

48. San Diego Chargers (9-7) – Eric Rowe (CB/S/Utah)

Eric Rowe

Eric Weddle is in the last year of his contract, so San Diego may be looking for a replacement. Rowe can play nickel for a year before taking over at safety.

49. Kansas City Chiefs (9-7) – Devin Smith (WR/Ohio State)

Devin SMith

No receiver on the Chiefs caught a touchdown pass last year. That is almost impossible. Jeremy Maclin was brought in, but the team needs more.

50. Buffalo Bills (9-7) – Bryce Petty (QB/Baylor)

Bryce Petty

It looks like Buffalo is completely done with E.J. Manuel. Matt Cassel was signed, but he is just a stop-gap. He could start for the year and learn under Cassel before taking over the offense.

51. Houston Texans (9-7) – Justin Hardy (WR/East Carolina)

Justin Hardy

Houston saw the end of an era this offseason when they let Andre Johnson sign with the Colts. Now they need to find someone to play across DeAndre Hopkins.

52. Philadelphia Eagles (9-7) – Jalen Collins (CB/LSU)

Jalen Collins

Collins is a first round talent who failed after reports that he failed multiple drug tests. The Eagles may take a risk on him, however, and secondary is a position of need.

53. Cincinnati Bengals (10-5-1) – Owamagbe Odighizuwa (DE/UCLA)

Owamagbe Odighizuwa

Cincinnati’s pass rush regressed last season, so expect them to selected a pass rusher early.

54. Detroit Lions (11-5) – Eddie Goldman (DT/Florida State)

NCAA Football: Florida State vs Oklahoma State

Detroit lost Ndamukong Suh and Nick Fairely. So far, they have only added Haloti Ngata to replace them. Goldman will inject much-needed youth to the defensive line.

55. Arizona Cardinals (11-5) – Benardrick McKinney (ILB/Mississippi State)

Bendarick McKinney

Arizona struggled tremendously when it came to covering tight ends last year. Adding McKinney would remedy that.

56. Pittsburgh Steelers (11-5) – Quinten Rollins (CB/Miami OH)

Quinten Rollins

Pittsburgh is in desperate need of help at cornerback following a slew of retirements this offseason.

57. Carolina Panthers (7-8-1) – Jeremiah Poutasi (OT/Utah)

Jeremiah Poutasi

Carolina did not take an offensive tackle last night, instead opting for Shaq Thompson. The team’s offensive line was horrendous last year and Cam Newton suffered because of it, they team needs to protect their quarterback.

58. Baltimore Ravens (10-6) – Xavier Cooper (DT/Washington State)

Washington St. USC Football

Baltimore lost Haloti Ngata to the Lions, so they will look for his replacement at some point.

59. Denver Broncos (12-4) – Hroniss Grasu (C/Oregon)

Hroniss Grasu

Denver has holes across their offensive line that need to be addressed. Grasu could fill in immediately and become an anchor at center.

60. Dallas Cowboys (12-4) – T.J. Yeldon (RB/Alabama)

TJ Yeldon

Dallas lost DeMarco Murray and so far have replaced him with an oft-injured Darren McFadden (sidenote: I have a bet with my Cowboys fan father, who claims McFadden is going to lead the league in rushing. Easiest money I have ever made in my life). Adding some youth will keep the offense near last year’s level.

61. Indianapolis Colts (12-4) – Carl Davis (DT/Iowa)

Carl Davis, Kierra Harris

The Colts need help all across their defense. Davis could help plug up holes in the running lanes and is the top defender available.

62. Green Bay Packers (12-4) – Devin Funchess (TE/Michigan)

Devin Funchess

Funchess’ value has dropped due to a poor combine, but I still think he is a good fit for the Packers. Aaron Rodgers gets a needed safety valve.

63. Seattle Seahawks (12-4) – A.J. Cann (G/South Carolina)

AJ Cann

Seattle needs to upgrade their interior offensive line, which is one rare weak spot on their roster.

64. New England Patriots (13-3) – Josue Matias (G/Florida State)

Florida State v Pittsburgh

New England traded away Logan Mankins last year, so at some point they will need to find his replacement.

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