|65.||New York Jets (from Lions)||Shonn Greene||RB||Iowa|
|Greene will make a nice complimentary player for the aging Thomas Jones.|
|66.||St Louis Rams ||Bradley Fletcher||CB||Iowa|
|Fletcher probably got overdrafted based on measureables, but when it comes to corners this always happens.|
|67.||Kansas City Chiefs ||Alex Magee||DT||Purdue|
|Getting Magee sort of makes going after Tyson Jackson look like a reach, because Magee is going to project to the same position|
|68.||Chicago Bears (from Seattle)||Jarron Gilbert||DT||San Jose State|
|Chicago builds their team along the line and Gilbert should really help if Tommie Harris isn't healthy. Might turn out to be a huge bust but you have to try on an athlete like Gilbert.
|69.||Dallas Cowboys (from Cleveland)||Jason Williams||OLB||Western Illinois|
|Williams is a scary good athlete. Is he a good football player? I'm not sure, but he can chase and catch people and tackle. If they can find his spot, he could excel.
|70.||Cincinnati Bengals ||Michael Johnson||DE||Georgia Tech|
|Johnson fell like a stone, and it's because his numbers didn't approach his hype. In Cinci he's going to have to be a situation rush end, and should do well in that role.
|71.||Oakland Raiders ||Matt Shaughnessy||DE||Wisconsin|
|Shaughnessey hasn't really impressed me as a football player. Decent athlete, but doesn't really have an NFL position.
|72.||Jacksonville Jaguars ||Terrance Knighton||DT||Temple|
|Knighton is a giant man, and solid athlete but weak at the point of attack and will struggle as a NT at the next level. Reach pick for sure.|
|73.||Jacksonville Jaguars (from Green Bay via New England)||Derek Cox||CB||William & Mary|
|Back to back head scratchers for me. perhaps the Jags have seen something in Cox that they can't live without, but I am not sure what that would be. Maybe he's a really good dancer.
|74.||San Francisco 49ers ||Glen Coffee||RB||Alabama|
|I am not a Glen Coffee fan. I think there are plenty of backs who could do more for them but they will never know now will they?|
|75.||Dallas Cowboys (from Buffalo)||Robert Brewster||OT||Ball State|
|Brewster is probably a guard in the NFL, but he's done more in the offseason than he ever did on the field. Played in the spread so lots of questions about his run blocking.
|76.||Detroit Lions (from New Orleans via NY Jets)||DeAndre Levy||OLB||Wisconsin|
|Levy is an interesting athlete who might not be ready to start right away, but might not have a choice.
|77.||Houston Texans ||Antoine Caldwell||C||Alabama|
|Pulled a nice value player with caldwell. He's all center but should work in nicely to their rotation|
|78.||San Diego Chargers ||Louis Vasquez||OG||Texas Tech|
|Interior line was certainly a need and Vasquez is a solid prospect.|
|79.||Pittsburgh Steelers (from Broncos)||Kraig Urbik||OG||Wisconsin|
|Urbik is a nice fit for the Steelers. Good zone blocking scheme guy, and they have to keep him inside because he doesn't work well in space.
|80.||Washington Redskins ||Kevin Barnes||CB||Maryland|
|Barnes is another measureables guy, who you hope can get coached up.
|81.||Tampa Bay Buccaneers ||Roy Miller||DT||Texas|
|The Bucs needed big bodys and Miller certainly fits the bill. MIller is a fat boy who can push that line back and command double teams.
|82.||Detroit Lions (from Dallas)||Derrick Williams||WR||Penn State|
|I was expecting the Lions to bring in someone to pair up with Megatron, but I thought they'd get someone better than Williams.|
|83.||New England Patriots (from NY Jets via Green Bay)||Brandon Tate||WR||North Carolina|
|Tate is a guy who got a lot of pub for the wrong reasons, but the Pats will find a way to fit him in, and use his explosion.
|84.||Pittsburgh Steelers (from Chicago via Denver)||Mike Wallace||WR||Mississippi|
|The Steelers return game was almost as bad as their oline, so getting Wallace who is an explosive returner makes sense. Not sure if he can contribute as a wide out or not.
|85.||New York Giants (from Philadelphia)||Ramses Barden||WR||Cal Poly|
|Don't think you found the next Plaxico Burress because Barden is a project and will need some time to learn how to play.
|86.||Minnesota Vikings ||Asher Allen||CB||Georgia|
|Assuming Charles Gordon can return, Allen should give them some nice depth at cornerback.
|87.||Miami Dolphins ||Patrick Turner||WR||Southern Cal|
|Turner is a big target and with the Dolphins cluster of mighty mites, he'll need to get a lot better in a hurry.
|88.||Baltimore Ravens ||Lardarius Webb||CB||Nicholls State|
|Webb is probably going to have to keep his spot initially on special teams while he finds a position on defense.
|89.||Tennessee Titans (from New England)||Jared Cook||TE||South Carolina|
|Super Steal here. Cook is a serious weapon in the passing game.|
|90.||Atlanta Falcons ||Christopher Owens||CB||San Jose State|
|Owens is a decent prospect, but tries to be more physical than his size will allow.
|91.||Seattle Seahawks (from NY Giants via Philadelphia)||Deon Butler||WR||Penn State|
|Probably got the better of the two Penn State wide outs. Nice speed and explosion.|
|92.||Indianapolis Colts ||Jerraud Powers||CB||Auburn|
|Powers is a nice fit for Indy, because he is made for the Cover 2. Good run defender as well.
|93.||Carolina Panthers ||Corvey Irvin||DT||Georgia|
|Irvin looks to be a nice rotational player in that Panthers interior line. Probably not a starter.
|94.||Tennessee Titans ||Ryan Mouton||CB||Hawaii|
|Mouton isn't going to worry any starters in the Titans secondary. A little small and not too fluid.
|95.||Arizona Cardinals ||Rashad Johnson||S||Alabama|
|I reckon Rashad Johnson is insurance in case they can't get Adrian Wilson re-signed. I'm not a huge fan, but he'll be serviceable.
|96.||Pittsburgh Steelers ||Keenan Lewis||CB||Oregon State|
|With some questions at CB and S Lewis makes sense. he could probabaly play either position.|
|97.||New England Patriots (Compensatory)||Tyrone McKenzie||OLB||South Florida|
|McKenzie certainly looks the part of a Patriot. Lunch pail type player, works hard, makes plays, all that.
|98.||Cincinnati Bengals (Compensatory)||Chase Coffman||TE||Missouri|
|Coffman this late is a nice steal. he's still healing but he'll give them another weapon in the passing game.
|99.||Chicago Bears (Compensatory)||Juaquin Iglesias||WR||Oklahoma|
|Iglesias is a nice possession type player for the Bears. He can get separation and makes tough catches. Not flashy but very productive.
|100.||New York Giants (Compensatory)||Travis Beckum||TE||Wisconsin|
|Beckum is a solid pick for the Giants. Won't block, but makes a nice big target for Eli manning.