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    Re: Draft, Spoon, and Flajole

    Quote Originally Posted by 39thebeast View Post
    Under Flajole as Starter
    MLB-Draft- 107 TT and 5.5 sacks
    WLB-Spoon- 103 TT, 3.0 sacks, and 4 picks

    This guy knows how to use these guys and I think they both could put up good numbers. Spoon is bound for the weakside, but could Draft really start in the middle once again? Jon Beason and Antonio Pierce 237 and 238 pounds respectively. MLB's in their system really aren't that huge, but it may be to late for draft. What do you guys think.
    Can he do it: Yes! But the issue here is if he is the long term answer, not to mention guys "Mr. Irrelevent" didn't look bad last year at MLB, just thought I'd put that out there for discussion.

    Quote Originally Posted by RAMarkable View Post
    On my personal draft board I have the Rams taking Aaron Curry. And at about 247 lbs. this guy will man the Mike like he means it.

    WHAT SAY YE?
    Curry looks to be a keeper, but he is slated to play OLB and not MLB

    Quote Originally Posted by PARamfan View Post
    What round would that be in Ramarkable?
    Hey he did say in his "personal" draft(lol)
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    I have us moving back and getting Rey Maualuga.
    Once again let me say this: HE IS NOT THE BEST LB IN THE COUNTRY YOU GUYS!!!!! Look at the awards handed out for outstanding LB play, the last 2 years...tell me who you see, why is it that we don't talk more about these guys rather than Maualuga?


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    Re: Draft, Spoon, and Flajole

    I have nothing to add here except kudos to Nick and others for dropping some entertaining and informative draft knowledge.
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    Re: Draft, Spoon, and Flajole

    We need to draft a MLB our LBs need to be upgraded.
    :ramlogo:

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    Re: Draft, Spoon, and Flajole

    johnathan vilma would be a perfect free agent pick up!!!!!! Spoon , Vilma ,and Pisa !!!! TRADE DOWN get extra picks and pick B.J RAJI ,or RON BRACE! need big ugly up front to keep off whoever in the middle!!

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    Re: Draft, Spoon, and Flajole

    Quote Originally Posted by denverram View Post
    Leave it to Nick to break down the draft like no one else. Is your last name Kiper?
    Whoa! Don't sully Nick's good name by throwing him in with that greased up show pony. Kiper can't carry Nick's jock.
    "Before the gates of excellence the high gods have placed sweat; long is the road thereto and rough and steep at first; but when the heights are reached, then there is ease, though grievously hard in the winning." --- Hesiod

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    Re: Draft, Spoon, and Flajole

    Quote Originally Posted by eldfan View Post
    We need to draft a MLB our LBs need to be upgraded.
    OT seems like our 1st priority. After that which do we need more a MLB or a C ?

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    Re: Draft, Spoon, and Flajole

    Quote Originally Posted by laram0 View Post
    OT seems like our 1st priority. After that which do we need more a MLB or a C ?

    Answer: Yep (means both)

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    Re: Draft, Spoon, and Flajole

    Quote Originally Posted by denverram View Post
    Will someone please take Bennet for a third?
    Sure. We can also probably trade Corey Chavous for a second. I'm sure we can probably get some team to give us their first round pick for the next 3 years for Torry Holt too.

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    Re: Draft, Spoon, and Flajole

    Quote Originally Posted by laram0 View Post
    OT seems like our 1st priority. After that which do we need more a MLB or a C ?
    I would say a MLB we have to find a way to shore up the running game. After we take Andre Smith we need to look at LBs
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    I think Draft would be a great Back-up next year.

    A linebacker would be great but what do we need more a linebacker or a O-lineman?

    I think we will improver tremendously on defense. last year we were in the the bottom 5 next year i predict we will be around 15th. But drafting curry wont help he is more of an WLB. Maleuga is great but we need a good trade.

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    Re: Draft, Spoon, and Flajole

    Quote Originally Posted by denverram View Post
    Leave it to Nick to break down the draft like no one else. Is your last name Kiper?
    No, but we go to the same barber.

    Quote Originally Posted by HUbison View Post
    Whoa! Don't sully Nick's good name by throwing him in with that greased up show pony. Kiper can't carry Nick's jock.
    I'd be more than happy to carry his hair products though, if it meant getting some air time.

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    Re: Draft, Spoon, and Flajole

    There is going to be more smoke coming out of Rams Park before the draft than a van with Cheech and Chong in it or a traveling Phish fan caravan.

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