20th Pick - Houston Texans select: RB Ryan Matthews (Fresno State) You can see more on this phantom of the opera tickets london
Schaub stayed healthy last season and Andre Johnson showed just how great the passing game can be in Houston. Slayton didn't prove as durable as the Texans would have hoped. Matthews should provide the additional size and strength to compliment the passing game.
21st Pick - Cincinnati Bengals select: CB Kyle Wilson (Boise State)
The list of candidates with off field issues isn't strong enough to garner consideration this year for Cincinnati. It's not the best year of hopeful 1st round worthy receivers, so Mr. OchoCinco will have to wait until later in the draft for some additional help. With so many of the leagues young top receivers in the AFC the Bengals will sure up their pass coverage and allow their front seven more time to rush the quarterback.
22nd Pick - New England Patriots select: C/G Maurkice Pouncey (Florida)
The Patriots staff would ideally like to rejuvenate and aging defense with this pick, but the team learned that protecting Tom Brady is priority #1. Pouncey adds an element to the O-line of a strong run blocker, as well as pass protector.
23rd Pick - Green Bay Packers select: OT Anthony Davis (Rutgers)
As Green Bay transitioned to more of a spread passing attack to allow Rodgers to make quick decisions with the ball rather than spend more time on the ground with their original passing game scheme they discovered they need more help on the O-Line. Imagine how much better Rodgers can be with even more time to read defenses and throw the ball.
24th Pick - Philadelphia Eagles select: DL Jared Odrick (Penn State)
His pass rush skills won't go unnoticed in Philly where his ability to draw double teams will free up the linebackers.
25th Pick - Baltimore Ravens select: FS Taylor Mays (USC)
Ozzie Newsome doesn't miss a beat. Many may think the only tight end worthy of being drafted could fall to the Ravens, but Ozzie has a talent for taking the best player on the board and knows which players should have already come off the big board. Mays ability to play the Lynch role made famous in Tampa Bay compliments Ed Reeds skills perfectly.