Knowing that you will be playing out of position for the remainder of the hand, I think that play from the blinds has more to do with taking advantage of opportunities pre flop than the cards that you are actually holding.
Two of the most important things to pay attention to in determining how to proceed with a hand from the SB are:
1) How many people have entered the pot before you?
2) Has the action been raised in front of you?
Generally speaking, with speculative (22-88, 10Js, etc) hands I will smooth call an unraised pot pre flop with the hope of improving on the flop. If you completely miss on the flop, it's an check fold post flop. If you improve to either a set, it's an easy check raise. If you hit 4 to a flush or 4 to a straight, it's a cheap check call to try and improve to a straight or a flush on 4th street. If you miss on the turn, it's an easy check fold without having invested a lot into the pot.
Now, with the same speculative hand, you cannot call a pre flop raise from the small blind. There are a lot of reasons for this. Most notably.
1) You will be out of position for the remainder of the hand.
2) You will likely be on a draw or be holding an under pair post flop, and you run the risk of becoming pot commited in order to chase your draw.
Assuming that the action gets to you with only 1 limper in the hand. In this circumstance, it does not really matter what 2 cards you are holding because this is a perfect steal opportunity. I would 4 or 5 bet to try and drive out the BB and the limper, and take the pot down. Most likely, you will be successful, and will have added a few blinds to your stack.