Every year, so much focus is put on the first round of the NFL Draft, but everyone knows that championship contenders are built on having a complete draft.
After reviewing team needs and using the results of the first round, I have put together a mock draft for the second round.
Let me know who you think your team will take in the second round and check back later for additional rounds.
The New England is now on the clock.
New England's glaring issue is a strong pass rush and Bowers is too much of a value pick at this spot for them to pass up.
With so many picks, they can afford to take risks, and nothing screams high risk/high reward than Da'Quan Bowers.
One of the strongest arms I have ever seen that will help him in the harsh weather in Buffalo.
He can sit a few years behind Ryan Fitzpatrick and learn too, which is what Mallett needs to do.
Obvious question marks about with Carson Palmer and Dalton is a proven winner.
They need to address the position quickly, and with free agency up in the air, they must address the QB position immediately.
Enormous at 6'6'' 330 pounds and could be paired with his former teammate Tim Tebow to give him much needed protection so that he doesn't have to scramble for his life.
Another team in desperate need of a pass rusher and Reed is another strong value pick.
Many had him as a first round value.
Another team with a glaring need at QB (like half of the NFL).
Kaepernick played in a unique offense in Nevada and put up gaudy numbers, but I believe given his size (6'4''- 6'5'') he could be the guy necessary to get Larry Fitzgerald the ball unlike Max Hall.
Tennessee has clearly missed the dominant presence of Albert Haynesworth since his departure and addresses that hole with Marvin Austin.
Austin would have went in the top 15 if he didn't have a number of character issues surrounding him.
Sheard has the potential to be a dominant pass rushing force in the NFL and pairing him with DeMarcus Ware could be a dominant tandem.
The workout warrior that took the combine by storm with a ridiculous amount of bench press reps could be the strong presence the Redskins need to address a hole on their defensive line.
Quite frankly, the Texans should use every pick in the entire draft on defense.
They have a dominant offense, but can't stop anyone.
If you look at the top teams in the NFL, safety has become an extremely crucial position in the league.
Having addressed the QB position in the first round, the Vikings will boost their secondary with Rahim Moore.
The Lions are another team that is exciting offensively, but has a number of issues on defense, especially at the corner position.
Aaron Williams can solidify this spot, with many having given him a first round grade.
The run on corners continues as the 49ers address their secondary over reaching on a quarterback like Ricky Stanzi.
Denver pairs pass rushing terror Von Miller with tackling machine Mason Foster to revamp their front seven.
St. Louis needs to put playmakers around Sam Bradford, and Cobb is one of the biggest threats to score in the entire draft.
First off, welcome to the draft Oakland.
If Asomugha is going to leave in free agency, which he most certainly will, Oakland needs to address the need quickly.
With Clinton Portis's departure, the Redskins need a long term plan at running back and that could be Leshoure.
Ryan Torain did a solid job, but is he the long term stop gap? Most likely not.
If you haven't realized yet, defense line is key position for virtually every team in this draft.
The Chargers address their pass rush by taking Justin Houston, who shot up many draft boards in recent weeks.
Tampa Bay continues to try and recreate the dominant defense they had in the late 1990s - early 2000s and picks Kelvin Sheppard, who has a solid pedigree with a great LSU defense and can improve their tackling.
After taking value in the first round with Prince Amukamara, the Giants address their offense line needs with one of the biggest guards in the draft at 6'5'' 308 pounds.
The Colts need to shore up the offensive line around Peyton Manning, and even though William Rackley is a relative unknown after playing at Lehigh, he has the body to be a dominant force.
Many thought that the Eagles would select a defensive back in the first round (Jimmy Smith), but they chose to shore up the offensive line.
It seems every year the Eagles need help in the secondary since Asante Samuel left, and they can address this issue with Brandon Burton.
After Kansas City selected Jonathan Baldwin in the first round to pair with Dwayne Bowe, they continue to solidify their dominant rushing attack by adding Ijalana.
New England hasn't had a go to running back since Corey Dillon, and they could shore up the running game with Williams.
Even though Ben-Jarvis Green-Ellis has been solid in recent years, he still isn't a top running back in the NFL.
As the first round showed, teams are willing to reach for quarterbacks and I believe with an aging Matt Hasselbeck, the Seahawks will reach and select Ricky Stanzi to provide some youth to the position.
It seems like every year Baltimore is in need of a wide receiver. Derrick Mason isn't getting any younger and they need someone to pair with Anquan Boldin and T.J. Houshmandzadeh.
Everyone believed Cleveland would go wide receiver at number six, but after getting the deal of the century for Julio Jones, the Browns can use one of their many picks on Torrey Smith and still fill the need.
Furthering the pass rush concern that they addressed initially with Da'Quan Bowers, the Patriots hedge the pick by adding Bruce Carter to their front seven.
With Vincent Jackson's contract issues last year, the Chargers realize they have a ragtag crew of wide receivers, and I believe they will address this issue with Greg Little.
Little may have had off the field issues, but his talent is undeniable.
With the release of Tommie Harris, the Bears need to address the defensive line and can fill his massive hole with the big-bodied Casey.
Everyone knows by now about the offensive line problems the Steelers had last year.
It was like a revolving door, and the Steelers need to address the guard position after a lackluster performance from Trai Essex and Ramon Foster last season.
The second round closes out with the Packers taking a pass rusher to compliment Clay Matthews in Allen Bailey from the U.
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