Here's how I see it...
If every player on the O line who is currently on the roster remains healthy, the Rams would have a pretty good O line.
If every player ont he D line who is currently on the roster remains healthy,
the Rams would still have a pretty weak pass rush.
Pass rusher is the priority.
I call it MauiRam's avatar (I took a graphic of a hawaiin flower and put a Ram's graphic over it, with some loving modification by me). First, right click on the image below, select properties, and then highlight and copy web address for image
To put this avatar up, click on user cp on the gold menu bar above. In the Control Panel, click on Edit Avatar. Scroll down to the bottom and clear the option 2 box and then paste the image web address, then press Save Changes at the bottom of page.
This is the same method you should use to post a signature image.
This is how I look at it, if a guy (Jake Long) only gives up 2 sacks and is only called for 2 penalties in 4 years and he's not your slam-dunk pick, then you must have a greater need.
What is our biggest need? Players with a winning attitude. That being said....what is our technically biggest need?
I have to say O line. This is the Rams, not the Ravens. We're an offensive team, have been since we arrived in STL and will still be an offensive team this year with Saunders. We can patch the pass rush with Spoon, but we can't patch the O line. Move Barron inside and draft Jake Long.
It pains me to say this as I see Dorsey sitting there and I am a defensive fan, but I have to go with where the butter meets the bread with this team. O line.