NFL Draft Results 2014: Complete Day 2 Review and Biggest Takeaways

Steven CookFeatured Columnist IVMay 10, 2014

Southern California wide receiver Marqise Lee runs against Washington State during the second half of an NCAA college football game in Los Angeles, Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
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Two days and 100 picks are in the books at the 2014 NFL draft.

A whirlwind of a first round that included top-five trades, star players falling down the board and shocking picks only set the stage for Day 2. On Friday, the second and third rounds unfolded, and teams began to see their draft classes take shape and their biggest needs filled in a resounding way.

While the meat of the draft won't be cut into until Saturday when the Rounds 4 through 7 take place, there is still plenty to dissect with most teams having made multiple draft picks at this point.

Let's break down everything you need to know from Day 2 of the draft. 

2014 NFL Draft: Day 2 Results
33Houston TexansXavier Su'a-Filo, G, UCLA
34Dallas CowboysDemarcus Lawrence, OLB, Boise State
35Cleveland BrownsJoel Bitonio, OT, Nevada
36Oakland RaidersDerek Carr, QB, Fresno State
37Atlanta FalconsRa'Shede Hageman, DT, Minnesota
38Tampa Bay BuccaneersAustin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Washington
39Jacksonville JaguarsMarqise Lee, WR, USC
40Detroit LionsKyle Van Noy, OLB, BYU
41St. Louis RamsLamarcus Joyner, CB, Florida State
42Philadelphia EaglesJordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt
43New York GiantsWeston Richburg, C, Colorado State
44Buffalo BillsCyrus Kouandjio, OT, Alabama
45Seattle SeahawksPaul Richardson, WR, Colorado
46Pittsburgh SteelersStephon Tuitt, DE, Notre Dame
47Washington RedskinsTrent Murphy, DE, Stanford
48Baltimore RavensTimmy Jernigan, DT, Florida State
49New York JetsJace Amaro, TE, Texas Tech
50San Diego ChargersJeremiah Attaochu, DE, Georgia Tech
51Chicago BearsEgo Ferguson, DT, LSU
52Arizona CardinalsTroy Niklas, TE, Notre Dame
53Green Bay PackersDavante Adams, WR, Fresno State
54Tennessee TitansBishop Sankey, RB, Washington
55Cincinnati BengalsJeremy Hill, RB, LSU
56Denver BroncosCody Latimer, WR, Indiana
57San Francisco 49ersCarlos Hyde, RB, Ohio State
58New Orleans SaintsStanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, Nebraska
59Indianapolis ColtsJack Mewhort, OT, Ohio State
60Carolina PanthersKony Ealy, DE, Missouri
61Jacksonville JaguarsAllen Robinson, WR, Penn State
62New England PatriotsJimmy Garoppolo, QB, Eastern Illinois
63Miami DolphinsJarvis Landry, WR, LSU
64Seattle SeahawksJustin Britt, OT, Missouri
65Houston TexansC.J. Fiedorowicz, TE, Iowa
66Washington RedskinsMorgan Moses, OT, Virginia
67Miami DolphinsBilly Turner, OT, North Dakota State
68Atlanta FalconsDez Southward, S, Wisconsin
69Tampa Bay BuccaneersCharles Sims, RB, West Virginia
70San Francisco 49ersMarcus Martin, C, USC
71Cleveland BrownsChristian Kirksey, LB, Iowa
72Minnesota VikingsScott Crichton, DE, Oregon State
73Buffalo BillsPreston Brown, LB, Louisville
74New York GiantsJay Bromley, DT, Syracuse
75St. Louis RamsTre Mason, RB, Auburn
76Detroit LionsTravis Swanson, C, Arkansas
77San Francisco 49ersChris Borland, LB, Wisconsin
78Washington RedskinsSpencer Long, G, Nebraska
79Baltimore RavensTerrence Brooks, S, Florida State
80New York JetsDexter McDougle, CB, Maryland
81Oakland RaidersGabe Jackson, G, Mississippi State
82Chicago BearsWill Sutton, DT, Arizona State
83Houston TexansLouis Nix, DT, Notre Dame
84Arizona CardinalsKareem Martin, DE, North Carolina
85Green Bay PackersKhyri Thornton, DT, Southern Miss
86Philadelphia EaglesJosh Huff, WR, Oregon
87Kansas City ChiefsPhillip Gaines, CB, Rice
88Cincinnati BengalsWill Clarke, DE, West Virginia
89San Diego ChargersChris Watt, G, Notre Dame
90Indianapolis ColtsDonte Moncrief, WR, Mississippi
91Arizona CardinalsJohn Brown, WR, Pittsburg State
92Carolina PanthersTrai Turner, G, LSU
93Jacksonville JaguarsBrandon Linder, G, Miami
94Cleveland BrownsTerrance West, RB, Towson
95Denver BroncosMichael Schofield, T, Michigan
96Minnesota VikingsJerick McKinnon, RB, Georgia Southern
97Pittsburgh SteelersDri Archer, RB, Kent State
98Green Bay PackersRichard Rodgers, TE, California
99Baltimore RavensCrockett Gillmore, TE, Colorado State
100San Francisco 49ersBrandon Thomas, G, Clemson


Jags Aren't Messing Around on Offense

In case you were wondering whether the Jacksonville Jaguars were seriously going to revamp their offense or just throw another top-10 quarterback draft pick into an awful offense, Jacksonville convincingly proved the former to be true Friday night. 

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Jacksonville got its franchise quarterback Thursday with its No. 3 overall selection, but Friday it gave Blake Bortles a duo of targets to throw to as the Jaguars selected both Marqise Lee and Allen Robinson in the second round.

Out of USC, Lee was one of a few wideouts who fell out of the first round—but he didn't take long to get swooped up. The former Trojan has peak playmaking ability and can take it to the house at any point.

And as analyst Daniel Jeremiah noted, both receivers translate well to Bortles' strengths:

With Justin Blackmon's future with the organization very much in doubt, per ESPN, it seems all but certain given the Jags' early aggressive moves that they don't plan on counting on him down the road. 

But with the young core of receivers Jacksonville suddenly has around a developing Bortles and incumbent starter Chad Henne, the future looks bright for the Jags. 


49ers Get Bigger, Stronger

San Francisco figured to be a busy team on Friday, but after making what seemed like a thousand trades, the 49ers settled into four stellar picks that will only bolster their big and tough identity. 

The Niners' first pick of Friday was Carlos Hyde. The Ohio State running back was largely regarded as the draft's top back, and his blend of size, burst, power and speed seems to fit perfectly into the San Francisco offense and backfield. 

The team's day was just getting started. After trading out of the second round yet again, the 49ers nestled into the 70th overall pick and got an ideal fit at center—Marcus Martin. A former USC standout, Martin's big frame and burly style of play also fits the Niners mold. 

CSN Bay Area's Matt Maiocco thinks Martin has a shot to win a starting spot right away:

San Francisco once more addressed the offensive line at the end of Round 3, getting Clemson tackle Brandon Thomas. Before that, the 49ers nabbed hard-hitting linebacker Chris Borland in an ideal fit to the tough-nosed NFC West.

The Niners will likely have to go through Seattle to get back to the Super Bowl, and they seemed to know that quite well given their selections Friday. As much of the league gets smaller and faster, San Francisco continues to bulk up in the NFC West arms race. 


Raiders Quietly Grab Future Starting QB

The Browns and Vikings both grabbed apparent future starting quarterbacks in Thursday's first round, but ever so quietly, the Raiders did the same early on in Friday's second round.

Oakland selected Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr with the No. 36 overall pick, filling the much-needed void of a young quarterback who can soon step into a starting role.

Carr didn't end up cracking the top tier of quarterbacks in Bortles, Johnny Manziel and Teddy Bridgewater, but he came in arguably more experienced than any other top QB in the class. His command of the offense at Fresno State, ability to make every throw and amount of time spent in a college system makes him the best bet to have success early on among the top quarterbacks. 

Plus, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport revealed he was even Oakland's top QB choice:

Oakland got the obvious pick at No. 5 in Khalil Mack to give its defense an immediate leader and captain, but the team's need for a quarterback was pressing. The Raiders have Matt Schaub but certainly need a promising youngster to teach the system and compete with Schaub for the starting role.

Time will tell if Carr lives up to his potential, but he'll get the chance to prove himself in Oakland.