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2014 NFL Draft: Second-round mock draft

By Rob Rang | The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com

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33. Houston Texans -- Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia: Should the Texans keep this pick, adding consistency at right tackle could take precedence over a quarterback.

34. Washington Redskins -- Xavier Sua-Filo, G, UCLA : An undersized offensive line was pushed around too often a year ago. Su'a-Filo has the tenacity and physicality to step in and contribute immediately.

35. Cleveland Browns -- Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana: With Josh Gordon one failed test away from a year-long suspension and Greg Little as likely to drop a ball as catch it, the Browns can't afford to let big, talented receivers slip by.

36. Oakland Raiders -- Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State: Like with Khalil Mack in the first round, GM Reggie McKenzie could be rewarded with a pro-ready talent at a premium position falling into his lap.

37. Atlanta Falcons -- Demarcus Lawrence, DE/OLB, Boise State: Defensive coordinator Mike Nolan gets the dynamic edge rusher he needs.

38. Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Timmy Jernigan, DT, Florida State*: Lovie Smith loves to rotate his defensive linemen and Jernigan is a first round talent.

39. Jacksonville Jaguars -- Marqise Lee, WR, Southern Cal*: Bortles is going to need weapons and Lee is a dynamic athlete who shouldn't be available this late.

40. Seattle Seahawks (from Minnesota Vikings) -- Joel Bitonio, G, Nevada: Bitonio's grit and versatility would make him a welcome addition given the Seahawks' losses up front in free agency.

41. Buffalo Bills -- Kyle Van Noy, OLB, BYU: Like Kiko Alonso, Van Noy is athletic, instinctive and versatile.

42. Tennessee Titans -- Louis Nix III, DT, Notre Dame*: The Titans' switch to the 3-4 likely means a focus on front seven defenders in the draft. Nix carries some red flags but would be a nice schematic match.

43. New York Giants -- Ra'Shede Hageman, DT, Minnesota: Few gamble on athletic defensive linemen like Jerry Reese and Hageman offers first round traits.

44. St. Louis Rams -- Carlos Hyde, RB, Ohio State: The Rams add to their overall physicality with the most bullish runner in the draft.

45. Detroit Lions -- Kony Ealy, DE, Missouri: Relying on physical mismatches among pass-catchers and pass-rushers isn't a bad strategy in today's NFL.

46. Pittsburgh Steelers -- Allen Robinson, WR, Penn State*: Big Ben gets his big target with a popular and polished local product.

47. Dallas Cowboys -- Scott Crichton, DE, Oregon State*: After swinging for the fences with their first pick, the Cowboys add a blue-collar pass rusher to help their beleaguered defense.

48. Baltimore Ravens -- Cyrus Kounadjio, OT, Alabama*: Ozzie Newsome love his alma mater and may see Kouandjio as an ideal replacement for Michael Oher at right tackle.

49. New York Jets -- Jace Amaro, TE, Texas Tech: A playmaking receiver might be the preference for Jets' fans but offensive coordinator Marty Morhinweg's scheme might prioritize a seam threat instead.

50. Miami Dolphins -- Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Washington*: The Dolphins still need blockers and weapons for Ryan Tannehill. Seferian-Jenkins offers both.

51. Chicago Bears -- Marcus Roberson, CB, Florida*: Roberson lacks the speed scouts would prefer but he's physical, fluid and competitive.

52. Arizona Cardinals -- Bruce Ellington, WR, South Carolina*: Ellington's agility, toughness and natural hands could make him an ideal slot receiver to complement Larry Fitzgerald and Michael Floyd.

53. Green Bay Packers -- Stephon Tuitt, DE, Notre Dame*: An inconsistent junior season has Tuitt's stock slipping but his length and physicality make him an intriguing five-technique candidate.

54. Philadelphia Eagles -- Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State*: Chip Kelly loves playmaking receivers and no one was more productive in 2013 than Adams.

55. Cincinnati Bengals -- Weston Richburg, C, Colorado State: The Bengals are talented enough up front to adjust after the release of Kyle Cook but could see Richburg as an ideal replacement.

56. San Francisco 49ers -- Phillip Gaines, CB, Rice: Few gamble on athletes like Baalke and Gaines is both fast and physical.

57. San Diego Chargers -- Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB, Georgia Tech: The Chargers need to bolster their exterior pass rush and Attaochu is well-versed in the 3-4.

58. New Orleans Saints -- Marcus Martin, C, Southern Cal: With veteran Brian de la Puente signing with the Chicago Bears, the highly physical, aggressive Martin could be counted on to start as a rookie.

59. Indianapolis Colts -- Terrence Brooks, FS, Florida State: The Colts might see the athletic and instinctive Brooks as a cheaper version of free agent defection Antoine Bethea.

60. Carolina Panthers -- Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, Nebraska: The Panthers gambled on length and athleticism in receiver Kelvin Benjamin in the first round and could see similar upside with Jean-Baptiste.

61. San Francisco 49ers -- Donte Moncrief, WR, Mississippi*: The 49ers need a deep threat to capitalize on Colin Kaepernick's big arm and could see Moncrief as the perfect candidate.

62. New England Patriots -- Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, Eastern Illinois: Tom Brady isn't getting any younger and Garoppolo's quick decisions and release make him an ideal protégé.

63. Denver Broncos -- Gabe Jackson, G, Mississippi State: Protecting Peyton Manning should be a top priority and Jackson would be a steal at this point in the draft.

64. Seattle Seahawks -- Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt: A polished route-runner with excellent hands, Matthews would provide depth at a position in which the Seahawks have more questions than answers.

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