After going offensive line in the first round, the Detroit Lions set their crosshairs on defense with their second pick. A'Shawn Robinson, a player who many projected in the first round, was there all the way at pick 46 and the Lions didn't hesitate to grab him.
Robinson will fill a pretty significant need at defensive tackle, as the Lions don't have a long-term answer at the position right now. Robinson will likely compete to start alongside Haloti Ngata, who is entering the twilight of his career. He'll have to beat out the likes of Tyrunn Walker and Caraun Reid.
Robinson was one of many defensive tackles still on the board, including Jarran Reed, Jonathan Bullard and Andrew Billings. But Robinson was choice.
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