50. Miami Dolphins - Xavier Su’a-Filo G, UCLA
The Dolphins wisely choose once again to upgrade their offensive line with a guy who is definitely not a bully.
51. Chicago Bears – David Yankey G, Stanford
Adding Yankey next to Kyle Long gives the Bears one of the best young guard tandems pretty much ever.
52. Arizona Cardinals – Ja’wuan James OT, Tennessee
The Cardinals wait a round but still get an offensive tackle who can help out sooner than later.
53. Green Bay Packers – Troy Niklas TE, Notre Dame
With Jermichael Finley’s future in limbo, the Packers bring in a potential replacement.
54. Philadelphia Eagles – Kyle Fuller CB, Va Tech
The Eagles would have ideally brought in a safety here but found better value at corner to help bolster their secondary.
55. Cincinnati Bengals – Marcus Roberson CB, Florida
The Bengals need a little more youth at the corner position.
56. San Francisco 49ers (From Chiefs) – Jordan Matthews WR, Vanderbilt
The 9ers take advantage of a deep receiver class, getting a talented player like Matthews late in round 2.
57. San Diego Chargers – Kyle Van Noy OLB, BYU
The Chargers go defense again, getting a much needed pass rushing outside linebacker.
58. New Orleans Saints – Jeremiah Attaochu OLB, Georgia Tech
The Saints fill a huge need at outside linebacker by adding the pass rushing skills of Attaochu.
59. Indianapolis Colts – Allen Robinson WR, Penn St.
The Colts could stand to add another receiver to their corps and are pretty happy to find a talented pass catcher like Robinson still available.
60. Carolina Panthers – Bruce Ellington WR, South Carolina
The Panthers know they need to get weapons for Cam Cam and go with this speedly little local player.
61. San Francisco 49ers – Keith McGill CB, Utah
The 9ers could use youth and talent at cornerback and the 6’3 McGill gives them just that.
62. New England Patriots – Jared Abbrederris WR, Wisconsin
The Patriots need one more solid young receiver and for whatever reason, Abbrederris has been flying under the radar this draftseason. He’s a precision route runner, and has syrup sticky hands. This kid has Patriot written all over him.
63. Denver Broncos – Chris Borland LB, Wisconsin
This isn’t a huge need for the Broncos but this kid is just too good of a football player to fall any further down the board. He doesn’t haven the measurables, but makes up for it with technique, intensity, and leadership. He can be on my team anyday.
64. Seattle Seahawks – Jack Mewhort OT, Ohio St.
The Seahawks offensive line wasn’t always up to snuff last season and bringing in an influx of talent on all phases would be a wise move for the Champs.