Lomas | Continued Picks 82-96

82. Arizona (8-8 – Joe “Jet” Adams WR Arkansas
Adams is a speedster that have give the Cards another threat at WR to pair with Fitz.

83. Dallas (8-8) – Ben Jones C Georgia
Jones can help further solidify that line for Tony Romo and Murray.

84. Tennessee (9-7) – Sean Spence OLB Miami (FL)
Spence is a quick, penetrating OLB that will have huge success paired up with his former teammate Colin McCarthy.

85. Cincinnati (9-7) – Michael Brewster C Ohio State
Brewster is another blocker that can help Miller be an impact rusher his rookie year while also giving the “Red Riffle” a clean pocket to step in to.

86. Atlanta (10-6) Lucas Nix OG Pitt
Nix is a huge guy who can help give depth and strength to the ATL offensive line.

87. Detroit (10-6) Kheenan Robinson OLB Texas
OLB is a huge need for Detroit and Robinson is the best on the board

88. Pittsburgh (12-4)- Jeff Allen OG Illinois
A tough lineman that has a little big of nastiness to his game. Pittsburgh needs OL badly.

89. Denver (8-8) – Brandon Weeden QB OKST
A QB that can step in from day one. The main issue with Weeden is his age but he has the skills and if Tebow struggles, Elway could demand a change.

90. Houston (10-6) – Asa Jackson CB Cal Poly
A gifted athlete with a nice blend of speed and hands. Should be able to start in nickel packages and as a returner, but at the very least he can provide depth.

91. New Orleans (13-3)- Audi Cole OLB NC State
The Saints have a chance to add a play making OLB to their front seven.

92. Green Bay (15-1)- Joseph Turbin RB Utah State
Turbin does a good job seeing a hole, squaring his shoulders, and bursting. Not a really home run threat but if your OL opens a hole he will hit it hard and get good yardage.

93. Baltimore (12-4)- Marvin McNutt WR Iowa
Not a great separator, but he has great hands and does a good job using his 6-4 frame to get position on DBs

94. San Francisco (13-3)-Shae McClellin DE/OLB Boise St.
Another legitimate pass rushing threat opposite Smith. McClellin has a great motor and will fight from whistle to whistle.

95. New England (13-3)- Brian Quick WR Appalachian St.
Quick has a nice frame and does a good job getting downfield. He isn’t the next Randy Moss, but he can replicate some of Moss’s ability to take the top off of a defense if he catches a DB in a bad position.

96. New York Giants (9-7) – Isaiah Pead RB Cincinnati
A kid who had arguably the best senior bowl week of any prospect, Pead is a speedy and explosive ball carrier who can also be a threat on special teams.

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