|33.||Detroit Lions ||Louis Delmas||S||Western Michigan|
|Curt: Good pick here for Detroit. Delmas is a super aggressive tough guy. Best safety in the draft|
|34.||New England Patriots (from Kansas City)||Patrick Chung||S||Oregon|
|Curt: I don't like Chung at all. He's really bad in coverage, so I am thinking they want him to play the run more than the pass|
Mark: I like Chung alot, and the Patriots are definitely getting old at that position, and looking to upgrade at that slot with Harrison being so old. Chung is a very physical corner, and will fit in nicely with that style of defense in New England.
|35.||St Louis Rams ||James Laurinaitis||ILB||Ohio State|
|Curt: I have to wonder why Rey Maualuga has fallen so far, but the guy with the only name harder to spell James Laurinaitis has just jumped him. Good pick for St. Louis because they need to be more physical on defense but I really want to know what happened to Rey Rey.
Mark: Laurinaitis is a solid pick for the Rams here. Ohio St. is LB University, and it's really hard to go wrong with one of their guys. Spagnolo saw what he wanted, and this combination should work out nicely.
|36.||Cleveland Browns ||Brian Robiskie||WR||Ohio State|
|Curt: Brian Robiskie? Seriously? Ok, I know that he's a good player. Runs great routes, and is a pretty polished player, but I see little upside to him.
Mark: A need for the Browns no doubt, and Robiskie will stay in Ohio. Regardless of the trade rumors involving Edwards, the Browns fill a need at WR and can probably easily start opposite of Edwards.
|37.||Denver Broncos (from Seahawks)||Alphonso Smith||CB||Wake Forest|
|Curt: Do you give up a future one to get Alphonso Smith? No way. Bad move. Bad move. When that pick next year is in the teens keep track of who they get.|
Mark: While I love Smith's talent and instincts as a player, I'm not sure I would have given up a first rounder next year to get him. A little expensive for a 2nd round pick.
|38.||Cincinnati Bengals ||Rey Maualuga||ILB||Southern Cal|
|Curt: Cinci hit a home run! This pick should have happened a long time ago. I don't care if he has to come off the field on third downs early in his career. He's a living breathing sledge hammer and will be punishing offensive players for a long time.
Mark: Finally Maualuga gets off the board. Great pick for the Bengals who are severely hurting at LB. I still can't believe Rey went this low, but the Bengals capitalized here. Nice pick.
|39.||Jacksonville Jaguars ||Eben Britton||OT||Arizona|
|Curt: Back to back tackles for the Jags. this was a super value pick for Jacksonville, and a guy they couldn't pass up. Nice pick to play RT.
Mark: Jags definitely trying to build for the future across the offensive line. I'm actually very surprised Britton lasted this long, and the Jags feel that o-line was a sore spot and take two OT's.
|40.||New England Patriots (from Oakland)||Ron Brace||DT||Boston College|
|Curt: The Pats score a nice value at NT with Ron Brace. He showed when Raji was out, he can be the man. He'll look good in New England.|
|41.||New England Patriots (from Green Bay)||Darius Butler||CB||Connecticut|
|Curt: New England scored a first round corner in the 2nd round with Darius Butler. Might be the best all around corner in the draft.
|42.||Buffalo Bills ||Jairus Byrd||CB||Oregon|
|Curt: Buffalo got an interesting player with Jarius Byrd. He's got great size and speed and can play CB or S.
|43.||Carolina Panthers (from San Francisco)||Everette Brown||DE||Florida State|
|Curt: I am not sure if Everette Brown was the best pick for Carolina at DE. He's sort of like Aaron Maybin and a little small for a 4-3, but his frame does look to be able to hold a little more weight.|
|44.||Miami Dolphins (from Washington)||Pat White||QB||West Virginia|
|Curt: The wildcat just got wilder with Pat White. This gives them another option to throw more out of the wildcat and who knows he might end up being the best QB on the roster.
|45.||New York Giants (from New Orleans)||Clint Sintim||OLB||Virginia|
|Curt: Where does Sintim play in the 4-3? I'm not sure I like this pick for the Giants. He just doesn't seem to fit very well. Might end up using him as a situational pass rusher where he's strong.
|46.||Houston Texans ||Connor Barwin||DE||Cincinnati|
|Curt: Houston scored a solid pick with Connor Barwin. He's a freakish athlete, and should line up nicely across from Mario Williams. He's another guy I thought would have gone several picks ago.
|47.||Oakland Raiders (from San Diego via New England)||Michael Mitchell||S||Ohio|
|Curt: I'd love to comment on Michael Mitchell, but I have no idea who he is, other than a safety from Ohio University. I predict he's out of the league in three years.
|48.||Denver Broncos ||Darcel McBath||S||Texas Tech|
|Curt: Denver-McBath has been a real riser in the last few weeks, and adds some serious aggression and athleticism to the Broncos secondary.
|49.||Seattle Seahawks (from Chicago)||Max Unger||C||Oregon|
|Curt: Unger is a great value here, especially since he can play all 5 line spots. Seattle will find a place for him, that's for sure.
|50.||Cleveland Browns (from Tampa Bay)||Mohamed Massaquoi||WR||Georgia|
|Curt: I am not crazy about this pick, but I understand the Browns need a wide out so it makes sense.
|51.||Buffalo Bills (from Cowboys)||Andy Levitre||OG||Oregon State|
|Curt: Real good value with Levitre here. He could end up an opening week starter at guard and brings a real nasty streak to the line.
|52.||Cleveland Browns (from NY Jets)||David Veikune||DE||Hawaii|
|Curt: I am a little confused why the Browns drafted Veikune. He's a good player but seems like he might not be ahtletic enough to play OLB, and not big enough to play end.|
|53.||Philadelphia Eagles ||LeSean McCoy||RB||Pittsburgh|
|Curt: Nice move with LeSean McCoy. Rather than go with a complimentary back, they get another Brian Westbrook with low miles. The Eagles offense is shaping up to be pretty explosive.
|54.||Minnesota Vikings ||Phil Loadholt||OT||Oklahoma|
|Curt: Vikes score a home run with the gianormous Loadholt. He'll plug in at RT and will pave ways for Adrian Peterson.
|55.||Atlanta Falcons ||William Moore||S||Missouri|
|Curt: Getting Moore this late really is a steal. There were safetys taken ahead of him, that really shouldn't have been.
|56.||Indianapolis Colts ||Fili Moala||DT||Southern Cal|
|Curt: I love FIli Moala. I thought going into the year, he'd be the best tackle in the country. He didn't do that, but he's still a really good DT prospect.
|57.||Baltimore Ravens ||Paul Kruger||DE||Utah|
|Curt: Paul Kruger is a guy who looks to be that do all linebacker defensive end that the Ravens seems to like. I don't think Kruger is a great player, but it's a nice fit.
|58.||New England Patriots ||Sebastian Vollmer||OT||Houston|
|Curt: I don't like this pick. I don't think Vollmer is a great prospect. He plays way too tall and just isn't very technically strong. Long term project, but didn't need to go this early.|
|59.||Carolina Panthers ||Sherrod Martin||S||Troy|
|Curt: I like Sherrod Martin a lot at safety. Good athlete, nice ball skills, the works. Fills a solid need for Carolina.
|60.||New York Giants ||William Beatty||OT||Connecticut|
|Curt: Beatty after Vollmer? Mark it down, Beatty will be a better pro.|
|61.||Miami Dolphins (from Indianapolis)||Sean Smith||S||Utah|
|Curt: Sean Smith is probably a safety in Miami because he's too tall to play CB on a regular basis, and just doesn't turn and run well enough with faster players.
|62.||Tennessee Titans ||Sen'Derrick Marks||DT||Auburn|
|Curt: Marks is a guy I really liked coming out. He'll be a nice rotational player on their defensive line.
|63.||Arizona Cardinals ||Cody Brown||DE||Connecticut|
|Curt: With the Cardinals playing more 3-4 sets, Brown as an edge rushing OLBs makes sense.
|64.||Denver Broncos (from Pittsburgh)||Richard Quinn||TE||North Carolina|
|Curt: Quinn is more of a blocker than receiver and probably fits more with a commitment to the run game, to pair across from Tony Scheffler.|