Well I posted my first article here earlier and the comments really upset me, I was thinking about not writing here anymore. I got to realize not everyone will have the same opinions so I'll keep going. Now I will answer some questions I had from my previous article. Well I notice someone saying that they would draft Cameron Jordan and Jimmy Smith in the first round. Well one, Cameron will not be avaliable by #17, and our biggest concern is not at CB, so we don't need to draft another CB in the first round. People saying we don't need a WR, not true did anyone see how we played against the Jets? Exactly we need a big WR that will make you move out his way and run deep and thats Leonard Hankerson. Now people were complaining about how we are going to protect Tom Brady, I got that covered. Here's my second round picks.
Round 2 , Pick 33
I'll select: Jabaal Sheard, DE, 6'3, 264, Pittsburgh
WHY: I LOVE this guy's speed, I believe he can be either a Dwight Freeney( maybe over the top) or a Robert Mathis at the next level. My only problem with picking him is his arrest he had and his subpar tackling, but that will be improved. Belicheck is not usually known for picking guys that has a criminal record so I don't know if we'll get this guy but I like him. With 4.68 speed for a DE you can be on my team we'll work you in their somehow, I'd like to get this kid.
Round 2, Pick 60
I'll select: Marcus Cannon, OT, 6'5, 358, TCU
WHY: I so did not want to take this dude so early but there's been rumors that Packers are interested into taking him at #32. So that mean many team may be after him if he lands in the second round, and I can't pass on his combination of size, strength, and okay footwork(can be improved). This guy is stronger than any OT in this class except Chris Hairston from Clemson. I think this is the only OT your going to find with such size and strength that can move like he does, I want him and I want him bad.
Well that was my second round picks, my third round will be later today. I hope these picks were better. You can follow me @GatorsPatsHeat on twitter .