There is more to life than wide receivers. Try to take the WR blinders off and realize our team is improving right before our eyes.
Mcshay"Reminds me of a young Richard Seymour"
We weren't clammoring for Brockers because we didn't expect to be picking at 14.
I also would have loved Blackmon but we will get 2 starters instead of 1 now.
We will no doubt look wr with one of these second rounders.
not a big fan of the pick. there wasn't much we could do when arizona grabbed floyd, but i would have been happier if we stayed at 6 and got claiborne.
I cant believe I just read all of this negativity, people are freaking ridiculous. 1. None of us are as good talent evaluators of football talent than our FO, otherwise we would've been in the war room. 2 How can people talk crap about Brockers when he hasnt played a down in the NFL. 3 Who knows maybe Blackmon will be a bust in Jacksonville just like a long list of WRs every single year. 4 We are clearly set to pick OG, RB, WR and OLB with the next 4 picks, all potentially impactful players that can start for us and grow with our young core. Plus all positions of need.
Grow the F up.
Warner "Im not sure what the Rams are doing dropping down and taking linemen. If I was Bradford I would be wanting weapons, you know, go out and get me some weapons!"
glad to see a hof agree w me.
How about the help Bradford will get with the two additional first round picks the FO mishandled as you put it by moving back.
Friday the pundits will be saying the Rams had a great draft after we add four more top talent players!
Really? cuz its not like Martz forced him out of STL or anything?
He knows better then anybody, this dissarray , disorganized mess that is our front office.
You do realize that this Front Office is entirely new and Warner was never associated with Fisher or Snead, right?
You are approaching troll territory, Mr. Falco. Tone it down or I'll be happy to shut you down.
No one was clamoring for Brockers with the sixth pick, but since you weren't in the chat room during the draft, I can tell you that Brockers' name came up quite a bit in discussions about the 14th pick.
You can't fault a fanbase for not clamoring for a player that really had no business being in their sights due to their original draft position. It was clear when the Fletcher Cox projections started to show themselves last week that few felt any defensive tackle was worth the 6th pick. But the 14th? Different story.