Found May 09, 2014 on
The depth of the 2014 NFL draft is astounding. Before the second day of the draft began, longtime NFL scout and NFL Media analyst Gil Brandt said that this draft is 1 1/2 rounds deeper than last year’s, and it’s showing. Great players, like Oregon State defensive end Scott Crichton and Virginia offensive tackle Morgan Moses still were coming off the board in the third round, and quality players like Lindenwood cornerback Pierre Desir and Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron are still available. Some teams owned the draft, while others made some head-scratching decisions. Check out Day 2′s winners and losers: WINNERS San Francisco 49ers: Stockpiling picks paid off for the 49ers, who grabbed the consensus best running back in the draft (Ohio State’s Carlos Hyde), a potential starting center (USC’s Marcus Martin) and a potential starting inside linebacker (Wisconsin’s Chris Borland). General manager Trent Baalke and head coach Jim Harbaugh might not get along, but they sure do know how to d...
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