NFL Czar: Mocking it up, part two

In the highly anticipated (and probably highly incorrect as well) NFL Czar's mock draft, picks 11 through 20 will feature some dropping talents and some reaches as well. The draft provides a shocker or two every year, so let's see what's on tap for the second batch of teams.

11. Kansas City Chiefs select Dontari Poe, defensive tackle from Memphis: The Chiefs have swung (and missed) on several DT selections over the years, but Poe appears to be the real deal. With elite size and strength, Poe will help the Chiefs' front seven for years.

12. Seattle Seahawks select Quinton Coples, defensive end from North Carolina: I have Coples a bit lower than most mocks, but I feel teams in the top 10 will reach a bit. Coples may be the best pass rushing end in the draft and will help the woeful Seahawks D.

13. Arizona Cardinals select Jonathan Martin, offensive tackle from Stanford: After the two big OTs come off the board, the Cards will be elated to get Martin here. This will allow them to move former first-round pick Levi Brown to the right side, where he belongs.

14. Dallas Cowboys select Mark Barron, safety from Notre Dame: As the Cowboys reach this pick, they will be torn between reaching on a corner or safety. They choose Barron, who will make this defence one of the league's best.

15. Philadelphia Eagles select Luke Kuechly, linebacker from Boston College: The Eagles' major weakness a year ago was stopping the run. That problem ends with this pick.

16. New York Jets select Courtney Upshaw, linebacker from Alabama: The Jets get a hardnosed pass rusher from a top NCAA defence. Jets Head Coach Rex Ryan will love his versatility, and he will be a factor right away.

17. Cincinnati Bengals select Dre Kirkpatrick, cornerback from Alabama: Back-to-back Tide members off the board, and the Bengals find a replacement for the departed Jonathan Joseph... a year late, but it still counts.

18. San Diego Chargers select Michael Brockers, defensive tackle from Louisiana State: They choose to pass on an end simply so Western Ontario's own Vaughn Martin can start this year! Brockers is a beast, and he should help immensely.

19. Chicago Bears select Cordy Glenn, offensive guard from Georgia: Resisting the urge to grab a wide receiver, the Bears solidify QB Jay Cutler's protection with the massive Glenn. He moves pretty well for a 345-pound man, and he will pair nicely with formerfirst rounder Gabe Carimi.

20. Tennessee Titans select Michael Floyd, wide receiver from Notre Dame: If the Bears pass on him, the Titans must pull the trigger. Paired with the returning Kenny Britt and the upcoming star Damian Williams, the Titans would provide a tonne of weapons for whomever their QB ends up being.

Look for the final 12 picks of round one next week.