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NFL 2010 Draft Pick List for Round 2, Winners and Losers

2010 NFL Draft Round 2 Draft Picks:

33. St. Louis Rams – Roger Saffold, OT Indiana

34. Minnesota Vikings – Chris Cook, CB Virginia

35. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Brian Price, DT UCLA

36. Kansas City Chiefs – Dexter McCluster RB, Mississippi

37. Philadelphia Eagles – Nate Allen, S South Florida

38. Cleveland Browns – T.J. Ward, S Oregon

39. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Arrelious Benn, WR Illinois

40. Miami Dolphins – Koa Misi, LB Utah

41. Buffalo Bills – Torrell Troup, DT Central Florida

42. New England Patriots – Rob Gronkowski, TE Arizona

43. Baltimore Ravens – Sergio Kindle, LB Texas

44. Oakland Raiders – Lamarr Houston, DT Texas

45. Denver Broncos – Zane Beadles, OT Utah

46. New York Giants – Linval Joseph, DT East Carolina

47. Arizona Cardinals – Daryl Washington, LB Texas Christian

48. Carolina Panthers – Jimmy Clausen, QB Notre Dame

49. San Francisco 49ers – Taylor Mays, S USC.

50. Kansas City Chiefs – Javier Arenas, CB Alabama

51. Minnesota Vikings – Toby Gerhart, RB Stanford

52. Pittsburgh Steelers – Jason Worilds, LB Virginia Tech

53. New England Patriots – Jermaine Cunningham, DE Florida

54. Cincinnati Bengals – Carlos Dunlap, DE Florida

55. Dallas Cowboys – Sean Lee, Penn State

56. Green Bay Packers – Mike Neal, DT Purdue

57. Baltimore Ravens – Terrence Cody, DT Alabama

58. Houston Texans – Ben Tate, RB Auburn

59. Cleveland Browns – Montario Hardesty, RB Tennessee

60. Seattle Seahawks – Golden Tate, WR Notre Dame

61. New York Jets, – Vladimir Ducasse, OG Massachusetts

62. New England Patriots – Brandon Spikes, LB Florida

63. Indianapolis Colts – Pat Angerer, LB Iowa

64. New Orleans Saints – Charles Brown, OT USC


Jimmy Clausen – It may not seem like it now, but Clausen got very lucky. A talented quarterback who proved in his first year at Notre Dame that he isn’t immune to buckling under expectations, he goes into one of the best possible situations for a player in his position. Matt Moore is a career backup who will get all of the blame and criticism for the Panthers’ problems while Clausen gets a chance to learn. When Clausen does finally get a chance to step on the field, he’ll find himself on a team that can only improve, and is ready for a fresh young leader. 

St. Louis Rams – The Rams could have gone one of two ways with this pick. They could have either provided their number one overall pick -- Sam Bradford -- with a target, or with some protection. They went with the latter. A quarterback cannot be successful in this league without someone blocking up front. Saffold was a solid all-Big 10 player who should provide energy and efficiency to the Rams’ line.

Minnesota Vikings – By drafting Chris Cook the Vikings addressed one of their biggest needs: the secondary. Cook is a pick based on potential rather than college accomplishments, but he brings an NFL body, and you can’t teach that in the pros. With their second pick of the round the Vikings nabbed Toby Gerhart. Gerhart was a monster in his final year at Stanford, and will provide the perfect bruising, non-fumbling compliment to Adrian Peterson.

Oakland Raiders – Something fishy is going on. The Raiders have made their second smart pick in two days. Prior to this, they hadn’t had one smart pick in two years. Lamarr Houston addresses the Raiders’ desire to improve their front seven and makes for the second Longhorn that they have drafted in this year’s draft. 


Tampa Bay Bucs – After already addressing the defensive tackle position, the Bucks drafted yet another DT in Brian Price. While very talented, and arguably a top-five DT in this year’s draft, a team with this many holes should have been looking to bolster other positions. When they did finally get around to drafting a skill player, they went with Arrelious Benn out of Illinois. Benn put up impressive bloated numbers on a sorry Illinois squad, so you have to wonder what kind of impact he will have on the professional level.

San Francisco 49ers – The Niners must not have gotten the memo about Taylor Mays. There was a reason that a guy who was projected to go top-ten last year dipped so low this year. He isn’t a consistent tackler, and he has a knack for not being able to cover the ground game. His old coach in Pete Carroll didn’t even want to take a chance on him. Not a smart move.


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