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Round 2

Team Player Position School

33. Miami Dolphins Chad Henne QB Michigan

34. St. Louis Rams Mario Manningham WR Michigan

35. Atlanta Falcons (From Oakland) Pat Sims DT Auburn

36. Kansas City Chiefs Sam Baker OT USC

37. N.Y. Jets Jonathan Stewart RB Oregon

38. Atlanta Falcons Antoine Cason CB Arizona

39. Baltimore Ravens Joe Flacco QB Delaware

40. San Francisco 49ers Anthony Collins OT Kansas

41. New Orleans Saints Kenny Phillips S Miami (Fla.)

42. Buffalo Bills Tracy Porter CB Indiana

43. Denver Broncos James Hardy WR Indiana

44. Carolina Panthers Brian Brohm QB Louisville

45. Chicago Bears Ray Rice RB Rutgers

46. Detroit Lions Cliff Avril DE Purdue

47. Cincinnati Bengals Fred Davis TE USC

48. Minnesota Vikings Lawrence Jackson DE USC

49. Atlanta Falcons (From Houston) Chilo Rachal G USC

50. Philadelphia Eagles Early Doucet WR LSU

51. Arizona Cardinals Jamaal Charles RB Texas

52. Washington Redskins Jordy Nelson WR Kansas State

53. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Justin King CB Penn State

54. Pittsburgh Steelers Marcus Harrison DT Arkansas

55. Tennessee Titans Andre Caldwell WR Florida

56. Seattle Seahawks Trevor Laws DT Notre Dame

57. Green Bay Packers (From Cleveland) Duane Brown OT Virginia Tech

58. Miami Dolphins (From San Diego) Reggie Smith CB Oklahoma

59. Jacksonville Jaguars Patrick Lee CB Auburn

60. Indianapolis Colts Quentin Groves DE Auburn

61. Green Bay Packers John Carlson TE Notre Dame

62. Dallas Cowboys Mike Pollak C Arizona State

63. New England Patriots Curtis Lofton ILB Oklahoma

64. N.Y. Giants Tyrell Johnson S Arkansas State

Todd McShay is the director of college football scouting for Scouts Inc. He has been evaluating

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The Jets can be very flexible in round 2. They can draft Hardy, one of the QB's, or another LB like Shawn Crable.

I wouldn't go running back. Stewart may be the real deal but we already have big dollars invested in TJ and Leon Washington is a good back.

Thats true, but it seems nowadays you can never have enough runningbacks, the giants won last year with running the ball and a pass rush, since the jets play:pats: twice a year, i think the jets may just follow a similar formula

If stewart falls to the jets in the 2nd round, take him, TJ is in his 30's and the jets will have the luxury of bringing stewart along slowly since he's got the foot injury, and TJ is a young 30.

That all said, the draft will happen nothing like this. so..........(fade to black)

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Thats true, but it seems nowadays you can never have enough runningbacks, the giants won last year with running the ball and a pass rush, since the jets play:pats: twice a year, i think the jets may just follow a similar formula

If stewart falls to the jets in the 2nd round, take him, TJ is in his 30's and the jets will have the luxury of bringing stewart along slowly since he's got the foot injury, and TJ is a young 30.

That all said, the draft will happen nothing like this. so..........(fade to black)

Two running backs is usually enough and the Jets already have TJ and Leon Washington.

Hardy is at least going to be lethal in the endzone. It's very difficult for a DB to defend against a taller receiver in the endzone. Leonard Pope is a part-time TE who missed a few games last year and yet he managed to catch 5 td passes b/c he's 6'6. Hardy is a better prospect than Pope.

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