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    Re: T - minus

    thank you HUbison I thought that I was the only one who believed in late round picks
    As for Nicks statement on Jensen only starting one year, that was because he was behind Dallas Clark if I am correct, and since he is a blocking specialist he probally didnt get the credit he diserved.


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    *sigh*

    My point is being missed by some.

    Of course, late round picks work out sometimes. Hell, London Fletcher wasn't even drafted. My point is that if you are to stop taking lightly a glaring weakness then you address it in an earlier round, or through FA. Maybe Jensen, will be the second coming of Conwell, who knows? But after watching the Dan Curley, Spencer Nead, Brian Natkin, Richard Angulo, Brandon Manumaleuna experiment of last year I would have liked to have seen a different approach this year. Instead we have the Erik Jensen, Mike Brake, Joel Jacobs, Arlen Harris, Brandon Manumaleuna experiment. Sure the results could be better this time, but it sounds like more of the same to me.

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    Re: T - minus

    Quote Originally Posted by radjohns
    *sigh*

    My point is being missed by some.

    Of course, late round picks work out sometimes. Hell, London Fletcher wasn't even drafted. My point is that if you are to stop taking lightly a glaring weakness then you address it in an earlier round, or through FA. Maybe Jensen, will be the second coming of Conwell, who knows? But after watching the Dan Curley, Spencer Nead, Brian Natkin, Richard Angulo, Brandon Manumaleuna experiment of last year I would have liked to have seen a different approach this year. Instead we have the Erik Jensen, Mike Brake, Joel Jacobs, Arlen Harris, Brandon Manumaleuna experiment. Sure the results could be better this time, but it sounds like more of the same to me.
    Nobody's missing you're point. The Rams are not drafting TE/FBs in rounds 1-3. They say their making it better, but they're not. We get it. Some of us are simply making an additional point that the problem CAN be fixed by later round picks, not that the Rams HAVE fixed it with later round picks.
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    Re: T - minus

    Most excellent.

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