26. Baltimore Ravens: DE/OLB Sean Porter: Injured Raven Terrell Suggs may be an inside linebacker, but the Ravens could easily move Sean Porter away from outside linebacker.
27. Houston Texans: OT Chris Faulk: The Texans were hoping to draft a right tackle in last year's draft, but did not until the later rounds. Now, they have the chance to take LSU lineman Chris Faulk, a great first round pick.
28. Detroit Lions: DT Kawann Short: A superbly gifted offense based in Detroit needs some work on the defensive side of the ball--especially the run defense. Defensive tackle Kawann Short will stop the run, and from time to time sack the quarterback.
29. San Francisco 49ers: OT Luke Joekel: San Francisco spent much of their off season adding wide receivers for quarterback Alex Smith. The 49ers ranked 25th overall in sacks allowed, so improving their offensive line will be the most important step towards a Super Bowl.
30. New York Giants: S Tony Jefferson: The Giants ranked third overall in sacks last season, but their pass defense ranked 29th. This means the one thing they need to upgrade is their secondary, and therefore draft Tony Jefferson.
31. New England Patriots: CB Johnny Adams: New England somehow managed to reach the Super Bowl even with an atrocious pass defense. One of the youngest (and weakest) secondary's in the league should improve with more experience, and drafting another cornerback will add to this team's potential.
32. Green Bay Packers: DE William Gholston: The Green Bay Packers defense was one of the biggest surprises in 2011. The sack count dipped from 47.0 to 29.0, which also has to do with the large sum of passing yards allowed per game. William Gholston will be a great pass rusher along side linebacker Clay Mathews.