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2018 NFL Draft Day 2 winners and losers: Giants are outstanding, Raiders remain confusing

The second day of the 2018 NFL Draft is wrapped up, which means we're in about the middle of the draft – in terms of time we're over the point, but on Saturday there are four more grinding laps. Whose family does not love a small party for lunch? (Answer: Mine.) Friday's action was somewhat muted after a wild Thursday, but we still saw many teams separating from the pack.

Let's take a look at some winners and losers from the second day of the draft, remembering to rate them on Friday. If You Love These, Hate Them, Or Just Shout Someone I'm here for you on Twitter @WillBrinson

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New York Giants

Fans of the G Men appeared in my mentions all day Friday after calling them losers for the No. 2 Return Race . Hopefully, after Dave Gettleman's decision to humidify his beak with a small Hog Molly, I'm sure they'll have turned the other side ̵

1; the Giants went into the trenches with all three of their picks on the second day. Things started off badly for Gettleman, with the decision to make fun of his nerds at his first round talk:

Seriously, he ridiculed analytics and people who devalue running backs by pretending to be on a keyboard tap. Just yell "take this, nerrrrrrrds!" or something while you're at it. Instead of doing so, Gettleman has just decided to destroy the design on his second day with the Giants.

With the second round of the second round, he grabbed Will Hernandez, an ugly guard from UTEP who will work well in combining with Barkley. Then he circled around with the '66 pick and brought out Lorenzo Carter, the Georgia Pass Rusher, who was supposed to accelerate James Bettcher's defense at a passing speed. Gettleman rounded off his day by hiring NC State defensive attacker B.J. Hill numbered 69. Hill was excellent in pre-draft workouts, giving the Giants a nasty spin inside between Damon Harrison (who can now take more breaks), Dalvin Tomlinson and Hill.

Even the most intrepid anti-RB early person would admit that the Giants are doing a tremendous job in the draft in the first two days, and their prey on the second day makes them plenty on either side of the line where Gettleman is stronger loves to be faithful. Take that for data.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Give Jason Light a lot of credit for the foresight he showed on Thursday night when the Buccaneers were ready to sit there at number 7 and take the money of the bill so could Buffalo get up and grab Josh Allen. Light risked losing a prospect he wanted, but instead he could go down and get Vita Vea anyway. The move paid off on Saturday as Light used a stack of second-round picks to improve the Bucs roster.

Ronald Jones fills a need (runs back) for Doug Martin's off-season finish, and even if he does not return a true trait, he can take on this primary job and run with it. He is as explosive as anyone else in the Draft, a real home threat. M. J. Stewart is an underrated corner of North Carolina, though at No. 53 he felt a little higher than he could go. Still, an emergency for the Bucs. Carlton Davis is a double down at this point and a good selection from Auburn. Alex Cappa, who looks like he's going on tour with "Widespread Panic" in his spare time, was described by Mike Mayock as a bouncer who threw people out of the club and what did not – on the NFL Network broadcast. We went from footage of Cappa, who looked to him like a hippie from Humbolt, sucking the children of Division II.

In the NFL Draft (duh) it is important to make good decisions. But it's easier if you make smart moves to get more picks. When these become a quality picker, you're doing a homerun in the design. Maybe light did that on the second day.

Chicago Bears

What an offseason Chicago has so far . It's as if they took the Rams 2017 transaction log, printed it out, and tried their best to follow it. It works! Day 2 of the draft showed more help for Mitchell Trubisky as the Bears used two pairings in the second round to catch two highly coveted players. James Daniels of Iowa was the top center on many boards after Billy Price's injury and his fall to No. 39 was a little surprising considering the emphasis on Lineman's internal offensive during the early stages of the process. It is a smart move to give Trubisky a young center to work and grow. With the extremely talented Anthony Miller, a Memphis wide receiver, the Bears have voted number 51 in the overall selection. Its top is through the roof. Their pass-catching depth chart now features Allen Robinson, Taylor Gabriel, Miller, Kevin White (he's upside down!), Trey Burton and Adam Shaheen. There is a lot of potential for this team, at least in April.

Josh Rosen

Good teams have a plan to build on their election designs, and the Cardinals seemed to have one on the second day of the draft. The Cardinals did not have any of their third-round tips for the exchange for Rosen, but that should be taken into account here – they used a third and fifth round to land a franchise quarterback. Nicely done. Even better, they went out and gave him help on the second day of the draft. First was the selection of Christian Kirk, a guy who fell through the cracks in this weak design class for receivers. He is the type of slot receiver who can make life easier for Rosen / Sam Bradford while also diversifying the reception corps around Larry Fitzgerald. The cards also had a compensatory pick in the third round and managed to get Mason Cole out of Michigan, an inside offensive lineman that gives the cards some flexibility and could become a long-term center for roses.

Cincinnati Bengals

Cincy gets no attention because they are the only AFC North team that does not make SPLASH. The Ravens got Lamar Jackson, the Steelers got Mason Rudolph, the Browns got Baker Mayfield, and the Bengals are just piling up boring non-quarterbacks. Fortunately for Cincy, that's what they need if they want to win in 2018 and they added some really good players to defense on Day 2. Wake Forest's safety Jesse Bates is a hulking addition to an already volatile secondary, Ohio State defensive end Sam Hubbard is another body Cincy may have in his increasingly deep pass rush rotation and Texas linebacker Malik Jefferson was a guy this time as one profiled first round pick last year, so there is much potential for growth. The Bengals have Upside this year as contenders in their division or a Wild Card team, but they need to get hold of influence types from the draft to make that happen.


Oakland Raiders

Can I be honest here? I'm scared to suggest to the Raiders that they are not doing things right because I'm worried that Jon Gruden is just surrounding us all and we do not recognize it yet. On Kolten Miller, people are very high, but there is reason to worry about whether it is a decision of Tom Cable. On the second day of the draft, Oakland took defensive lineman P. J. Hill, offensive lineman Brandon Parker and edge rusher Arden Key. They also used a selection she acquired from the Cardinals to trade for Martavis Bryant of the Steelers. Overall, the Raiders have added two offensive linemen, although the offensive line has long been considered one of this team's strengths. And then two more picks were used to get people with MAJOR red flags in Key and Bryant. To put these people on the same roster for a California franchise that has planned to move to Las Vegas seems to be a dangerous business.

New York Jets

Again, this is a collapse on the second day. And the Jets, on the basis of their preliminary design decision to give up a series of picks in a barter of # 6 and # 3 with the Colts, ended up with only a single pick on the second day of the draft. Instead of announcing more picks, the team's social media account spent the day tweeting photos of Sam Darnold's travels.

With their only choice, the jets secured a first-class defensive lineman in Nathan Shepherd, and they have their franchise quarterback in Darnold. We did not praise her enough yesterday, but Darnold earns a lot of credit. He was the consensus top quarterback in this draft, is still very young, could become a superstar, and could eventually answer the jets question at quarterback.

After all this was said, the Jets gave up a ton to get him and the process deserves some criticism. Your decision to go up was predetermined, we must think that it is okay with one in three quarterbacks. (Presumably Darnold, Baker Mayfield, and Josh Rosen.) They might have made their first choice, but it was not necessarily a design, and it could have been that they stayed in 6th and one of the quarterbacks got all those picks of the second Round. For a franchise trying to rebuild and build a new franchise quarterback, these tips are valuable. They only have one of them on Friday.

Steelers & # 39; title hopes 2018

This is a weird one because I do not mind the second day of the Steelers from the draft from a larger perspective. The combination of Mason Rudolph and James Washington, two guys who have enlightened things for Oklahoma State, is huge in the long run. At some point, Ben Roethlisberger goes away from football and the Steelers hope that Rudolph can replace him. If he does that, Rudolph will be stealing in the third round, and give him a recipient in Washington, with whom he is familiar, should help him grow. Also, the Steelers beat home in about 75 percent of the recipients they design in the middle rounds, so expect Washington to become a pro bowler someday. Incidentally, Rudolph was taken by Martavis Bryant's acquisition of the trade. The Steelers also added Chuk's Okorafor, a West Michigan offensive lineman, with the 92nd pick. This might be a great selection, but the Steelers should be in "win now" mode and I'm not sure if the guys from day 2 will help them win in 2018. You certainly do not want to make Rudolph anything but take a knee.

Jimmy Garoppolo truthers

Everyone is aware that Bill Belichick traded Jimmy Garropolo for a second round against the 49ers. Which means that there are many people who want to know what exactly this selection – # 43 in this design – ultimately was. Ideally, it's a quarterback, because then we can compare the quarterback directly to Jimmy G for the rest of the time. Any player would be fine, however, as it offers some sort of compromise to worry about when Garoppolo will win titles for titles in the Bay Area. Regrettably, Belichick and Nick Caserio exchanged four times against the others on Friday and moved around the table. managed to convict completely the concept they received in return for Garoppolo . As far as we can tell, this is a pick in the fourth round (# 105), a pick in the second round in 2019 and a small percentage of cornerback Duke Dawson (they used # 117 to pick up) , Well played by the Patriots, because it will take at least another year until anyone can figure out what they got. Kick the can down the street and avoid checking. It's a smart move.

Cowboys Fans

Dallas had a pretty good design, and the setting looks fantastic to make the design a permanent travel show (expect him to regularly circle Arlington after this weekend). But the combination of having all different types of fans in the arena has encouraged other people to come in and cowboys fans just talk garbage.

The Eagles were the trolliest of all, because, on the same day that rumors of Cowboys tight end retired Jason Witten, the reigning Super Bowl champions acted in front of Dallas to land a tight end that was accidentally named DALLAS , More specifically, Dallas Goedert from the state of South Dakota, who was once considered a top target in the draft class and a man who would fit well behind Zach Ertz. Philly sent out David Akers to announce the selection and he hit the crowd full of WWE letting the Cowboys fans know that they were "not even BORN" on their last Super Bowl appearance.

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