33. St Louis: Colt McCoy, QB, Texas
St Louis opted to go with Suh in the first round. Low and behold, there's plenty of quarterbacks available in the second round. McCoy will be the new face of the franchise and thus begins the slow rebuilding of the offense.
34. Detroit: Brian Price, DT, UCLA
After drafting Okung in the first round, they'll take Price to finish off the defensive line. Price is the best tackle available, and the Lions might actually have a really strong line heading into next year now.
35. Tampa Bay: Golden Tate, WR, Notre Dame
Antonio Bryant isn't worth it. The Buccs shouldn't resign him, and will be grateful Tate falls this far. Who knows, the Buccs might win a few with a decent receiver in hand.
36. Kansas City: Cam Thomas, DT, UNC
Kansas City also needs to draft a defensive tackle here. Round two may be full of trades, but if KC doesn't move up than Cam is their man. Ron Edwards just isn't getting it done, and Thomas fits the scheme.
37. Washington: Ryan Matthews, RB, Fresno St
Clinton Portis is done. He generally averaged less than four yards a game last season. The offensive line was part of the problem, but that's taken care of now. Their running game needs a fresh look, and Matthews provides that.
38. Cleveland: Dexter McCluster, WR, Mississippi
Cleveland is hinting at waiting to draft a quarterback. While this may seem stupid, it also means they won't select future bust Tim Tebow here. McCluster will go to the Browns as their future star receiver and give whoever their new QB is some options.
39. Oakland: Tony Pike, QB, UC
JaMarcus Russell is a bust. Anyone who says otherwise is in denial. Pike has a huge arm, some great pocket presence, and would fit well in the Raiders' scheme.
40. Seattle: Tim Tebow, QB, Florida
Tebow is the answer in Seattle. He fits the scheme, the coaches seem to like him, and he wouldn't start right away. Hasselbeck could "coach him up" a bit until he's ready to take the reigns. This would be the ideal situation for Seattle.
41. Buffalo: Tysol Alualu, DT, Cal
Honestly, they should try to trade up for a quarterback. But assuming they keep the pick, Tysol Alualu is their best option. Buffalo needs a nose tackle and Alualu would fill the need. He's a decent run stopper and would be a huge upgrade for the Bills.
42. New England: Damian Williams, WR, USC
The Pats will be grateful if Williams falls this far, as they need someone across from Randy Moss. Williams is fast, should fit their scheme well, and will give Tom Brady options at receiver.
43. Miami: Koa Misi, OLB, Utah
Miami looks to be running thin at linebacker. And they'll basically have no pass rush heading into 2010. Misi is a heavily underrated prospect in my opinion. He's fast for a linebacker, and should bring a pass rush presence the Dolphins need.
44. Tampa Bay: Corey Wootton, DE, Northwestern
Stylez G. White led the team in sacks last year with 6.5. He's not a good starter, and among the many holes on the Buccs team, defensive end has to be one of the biggest. Wootton is big, fairly fast, and should prove to be an anchor on the defensive front.
45. Denver: Jerry Hughes, DE, TCU
This may be a bit early, but Denver needs a defensive end somethin' fierce. Hughes may be a bit small, but he'll provide a good rush defense, something Denver was sorely lacking last year.
46. NYG: Brandon Spikes, ILB, Florida
Antonio Pierce isn't that great anymore, and Jonathan Goff struggled as well. The inside linebacker spot needs a serious boost, something Spikes can do. He was quite versatile at Florida and I think he could start right away in New York.
47. Carolina: Brandon LaFell, WR, LSU
Sure, you can blame Jake Delhomme all you want. But really, one of the main reasons he had so many interceptions is that he only has one legit target. LaFell will help the receiving corps a lot going into next year, and will help put Carolina back into a contending position.
48. New England: Brandon Graham, OLB, Michigan
After improving their receiving game with the additions of Gresham and Williams, it's now time to switch gears to the defense. New England doesn't have any good rush linebackers. They had just 31 sacks in 2009, which really needs to improve. Graham should do just that.