NFL: The Clone Wars [Part 2]

If you missed part one, here it is: part 1

After posting my first clone draft, some have indicated that some positions of need were not addressed, particularly in the case of our favorite team. I was aware of this when I wrote my original post but nevertheless, decided that a second round might be a bit difficult to put together. However, after it being requested, I will continue the draft. Clone Roger Goodell sighs, as he realizes that his work is far from complete. Here, again, are the premises:

  • Every person on the planet has been cloned (with all the same football IQ and ability), and their respective clones have entered the NFL draft.
  • The real NFL draft has already happened.
  • The teams draft picks are in the order they would be before trades, and no trades can be made.

Join me after the jump for the second round of the 2012 NFL clone draft.

  1. Indianapolis Colts: Brian Cushing
  2. St. Luis Rams: Jamaal Charles
  3. Minnesota Vikings: Eli Manning
  4. Cleveland Browns: Vincent Jackson
  5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Marshawn Lynch
  6. Washington Redskins: Mike Wallace
  7. Jacksonvillle Jaguars: Matt Ryan
  8. Miami Dolphins: Hakeem Knicks
  9. Carolina Panthers: Marques Colston
  10. Buffalo Bills: Rob Gronkowski
  11. Kansas City Chiefs: Desean Jackson
  12. Seattle Seahawks: Phillip Rivers
  13. Arizona Cardinals: Ray Rice
  14. Dallas Cowboys: Maurkice Pouncey
  15. Philidelphia Eagles: Brian Orakpo
  16. New York Jets: Demeco Ryans
  17. Oakland Raiders: Brandon Flowers
  18. San Diego Chargers: A.J. Green
  19. Chicago Bears: Brent Grimes
  20. Tennesee Titans: D‘Brickshaw Ferguson
  21. Atlanta Falcons: LaRon Landry
  22. Detroit Lions: Aaron Hernandez
  23. Pittsburg Steelers: Eric Berry
  24. Cincinatti Bengals: Darren McFadden
  25. Denver Broncos: Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie
  26. Houston Texans: Eric Weddle
  27. New Orleans Saints: Tamba Hali
  28. Green Bay Packers: Cortland Finnegan
  29. Baltimore Ravens: Cam Newton
  30. San Francisco 49ers: Haloti Gnata
  31. New England Patriots: Earl Thomas
  32. New York Giants: Cameron Wake

Overall notes: Youth prevails in the second round, receivers, both big and small, are snatched up like diamond covered Twinkies, and defensive players make up 13 of the final 16 picks. The G-men’s defensive front seven becomes quite intimidating. Brian Orakpo will be in two places on the field at once… twice a year.

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