After round one of the 2010 NFL draft is over the real work begins. Make no mistake about, round two is just as important as round one.
Crucial decisions will need to be made, and the war rooms will be hard at work deciding on who to take in round number two.
The talent will still be in abundance, and potential NFL stars will still be available. Who is your team taking in round two? Let's take a closer look.
The rams will take Golden Tate with the first pick in round two. I believe Tate will be the best player available, and let's face it, the Rams need some offensive fire power. The golden domer goes to the Rams at 33.
It's back to back wide outs to kick off round two. That's right, the Lions once again dip into the wide reciever pool. At least it wasn't in the first round this year. If Tate is available Detroit will give him a long hard look, but I think he will be gone leaving the next best option in LaFell. It's possible the first two picks in round two can get flip flopped though.
Tampa will take the first QB of round two when they select sleeper Tony Pike. Let's face it, it's probably worth the risk because Tampa needs a QB in the worst way. Hopefully this kid pans out.
The Chiefs will take Spike in round two because they need to upgrade at inside linebacker. derrick Johnson was a problem last year, and only started in three games. Even with him in the fold next year the Chiefs know they need more depth at the position.
Since I have the skins taking a quarterback in round one, they will absolutely need to take an offensive tackle in round two. Enter Selvish Capers. Jason Campbell had no time to throw the ball last year and Washington needs to upgrade at right tackle.
The Browns go hunting for a QB in round two, and find Sean Canfield to be a worthy selection. The south paw is very smart, and has a pretty good arm. Most mock drafts have him going a little later, but I think the Browns go ahead and jump on this kid.
Asamoah has one of the fastest 40 times of all the guards in this class, and at 6-4 315 lbs that's saying something. The Raiders scoop him up with pick 39 in round two.
Calloway will be the second OT in as many rounds coming out of Iowa behind Brian Bulaga. Sean Lockler is more of a right tackle for Seattle so look for Calloway to get a shot on the left side where they really have nothing at the position.
With Terrell Owens most likely out the door in Buffalo they will need some wide outs. Williams seems like a smart pick for them in round two. After Lee Evans, Buffalo is really bringing nothing else to the table at wide out.
The Bucs had just 28 sacks last year, and will look to the Clemson product to build on that total moving forward.
Corey Wooton will add depth and flexibiliy to Miami, and help to stop the run. This is something Miami had a hard time with at various points last season. Wooton is a fish at 43.
The Patriots have no pass rush what at all, and will look to improve on that aspect in the draft. Graham is a logical pick for them in round two.
Denver struggled against the run last year, and one of the reasons for that was the defensive end position. Aluala will fill a much needed void for Denver as they take him with the 45th pick overall.
The safety position may be the biggest need for the Giants. With the problems to Kenny Phillips the Giants will go hunting for a safety in round two. Count on them snagging Chad Jones 46th overall.
Make no mistake about it. The Patriots finally have holes. One huge hole is at the CB position. Look for them to take Murphy to bolster a huge weak spot on this Patriot squad.
This pick may surprise some, but who have had the opportunity to see Shipley play will be able to relate. Carolina will look to kill two birds with one stone with the pick of Shipley. Look for the flashy Shipley to go to the Panthers 48th overall.
Perrish Cox is a very good pick at this point in the draft. The kid is talented, and will help the Texans return game if called upon as well as stopping the pass.
The offensive line did improve as the season progressed, but I look for the Chiefs only to build on that. Pouncey is a solid player, but isn't great right now. He will have to work on his overall game, but has the potential to be something special one day.
The Texans troubles at running back were well documented last year, and the position remains a question mark. Don't be shocked if they take Dwyer in round two just in case Steve Slaton isn't the back everyone thought he was in Houston.
The Steelers need to make an effort in this draft to improve on a weak backfield. Jackson could be the guy to help them take a step in the right direction.
That's right, say what you want, but the Patriots are going to do what they can through the draft to find some dependable corners. They kind of have to don't they? Franks becomes the second corner in as many picks by the pats as they grab him at 53.
A tight end in Cincinnati? i know what a crazy concept, but could you imagine how much better Carson Palmer would be with a legit TE. Hernandez goes to the Bengals at 54.
Sean Jones is going to be out in Philly next year, and this opens the door for a guy with Allen's potential to fall to the Eagles at 55.
The packers will take a corner at 56, and Patrick Robinson will be the guy. Green Bay has some corners who are getting up in age so this pick makes sense for them.
Baltimore wil look to add depth to a pass rush that disappeared at times last year. Oghobaase can be an impact player if he finds the right system. Baltimore's system seems to be a perfect fit for the Duke product.
Morgan Burnett should be taken by the Cardinals at 58. Emphasis on should. This kid is good, and has the talent to become some special at the next level. The Cardinals need help at safety, and Burnett would be a great fit in Arizona.
The Cowboys will look to Daryl Washington at 59 to bolster what was an average defense at best last year.
With LeDanian Tomlinson losing some explosiveness the Chargers will be looking to take a RB early on in this years draft. McKnight, a USC product seems like a good bet at 60.
The Jets will stay defensive minded as they target Ghee late in round two. Ghee would be an excellent fit for what is an already excellent defense.
The hawk eye goes to the Vikings at 62. Look at Edds as a work in progress, but with some time he could be very good at the next level.
The Saints still need a nose tackle as a complement to Sedrick Ellis to help stop the run. They will take Jones late in round two hoping he is the guy for the job.
Look for the Colts to end te second round by taking wide out Danario Alexander. He is good, but has the potential to be great if paired with Manning.