11. Dallas Cowboys: Anthony Johnson, WR Buffalo
The Cowboys receiving group has been abysmal. There is no other way to spin it. No offense with Ezekiel Elliot and the running game they possess should be 27th in yards per game. The offense is fourth in rushing yards per game but only averages 166.5 passing yards which is 30th in the NFL. I am not particularly impressed by Dak Prescott so far but the team has not done him any favors. Anthony Johnson could become the immediate number one wideout in Dallas. He is a big bodied guy who shows good play speed and big play ability. He is also productive, racking up over 1300 yards and 14 touchdowns last season.
12. Miami Dolphins: Drew Lock, QB Missouri
Miami has been a team that has been considered a potential landing spot for quarterbacks for a while. This could be the year they finally look to replace Ryan Tannehill. The Dolphins would be hard pressed to pass on a quarterback if all but one of them fell to number 12. Drew Lock would be an ideal guy here because he is a very high upside player, he has a lot of talent and a strong arm but needs to refine his accuracy. He could use some time to develop so Miami, who already has Tannehill, could be an ideal landing spot for the Missouri Tiger.