27. Dallas Cowboys: Devin McCourtey, CB, Rutgers
The Cowboys gave up over 3,600 passing yards last season, letting opponents average over 225 yards per game. They let in 19 touchdowns and only had 11 interceptions. McCourtey had one interception, ten pass break-ups, and 7.5 tackles for loss last season at Rutgers. He could be the spark the Cowboys need.
28. San Diego Chargers: Ryan Matthews, RB, Fresno State
After getting rid of LaDainian Tomlinson, the Chargers need another running back. Darren Sproles is back, but the Chargers ranked 31st in rushing last season. They gained over 1,400 yards, averaging only 3.3 yards per carry. They did score 17 touchdowns, but need to be more productive on the whole.
29. NY Jets: Demaryius Thomas, WR, Georgia Tech
The Jets had a rookie quarterback in Mark Sanchez, who will only improve as the experience comes. When Braylon Edwards wasn't dropping passes, he helped the offense. The Jets need someone who can step in and be consistent. Sanchez had less than 2,400 passing yards, with 12 touchdowns and 21 interceptions. He needs Thomas to step in right away.
30. Minnesota Vikings: Patrick Robinson, CB, Florida State
The Vikings would like to have McCourtey fall into their lap and if he is still available, that is who they will pick up. This is the next best option. The Vikings were 19th against the pass last season, giving up almost 3,500 yards and 26 touchdowns with 11 interceptions. They can out-score almost anyone, but need to let in less points as a secondary next season.
31. Indianapolis Colts: Charles Brown, OT, USC
While the Colts have the best offensive line in the business, they just got rid of one of their starters in Ryan Lilja. They are also aging and could use some youth to add depth and teach them the way. The Colts only rushed for under 1,300 yards on the season, averaging a minuscule 3.5 yards per carry. If this improves, they could win the Super Bowl next season.
32. New Orleans Saints: Everson Griffen, DE, USC
The Saints struggled on defense. They were 21st against the rush last season, giving up almost 2,000 yards and 19 touchdowns. Teams averaged 4.5 yards per carry. The Saints also had only 35 sacks all season. The secondary stepped up in the playoffs last year, so the Saints will look to step up their defensive line before the secondary.