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    Marshall's take on the Ram's first round pick

    A celebrity mock draft is being done on NFL.com. The two QB's go as expected, Minny takes Kalil, Michael Irvin has Cleveland taking Blackmon (DAMMIT) and TB takes Clairborn (?).

    Rams are on the clock and Trent Richardson is there. Too much money wrapped up in Jackson and "Steven has problems playing with another premier back"... So, the Rams take a safety named Barron at 6...

    I am glad I have a softball game at 7 tomorrow night, cause if this happened while I was at home, I know I'd need a new TV...

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    http://www.nfl.com/videos/auto/09000...raft-No-6-Rams

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    Re: Marshall's take on the Ram's first round pick

    The funniest part of the video is Michael Irvin asking Marshall Faulk how he knows SJax has a problem playing with another premier back. I take this mock with a grain of salt because the intent is to be entertaining and not let the facts intrude too much. Thanks for sharing.

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    Re: Marshall's take on the Ram's first round pick

    Quote Originally Posted by mde8352gorams View Post
    The funniest part of the video is Michael Irvin asking Marshall Faulk how he knows SJax has a problem playing with another premier back. I take this mock with a grain of salt because the intent is to be entertaining and not let the facts intrude too much. Thanks for sharing.

    Go Rams!
    It might be because Marshall and Sjax didn't coexist well, but Sjax was a much less team-oriented guy it seemed then.

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    Re: Marshall's take on the Ram's first round pick

    Truth be told, I'm guessing S-Jax would fill the mentor role better than Marshall did.
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    Re: Marshall's take on the Ram's first round pick

    Strangely enough, I wouldn't be too upset if we came out with Barron in the first. I think this guy is going to go higher than most expect him to. I think he's top-10 for sure right now, maybe 7 with someone trading into Jacksonville's spot to leapfrog Dallas.

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    Re: Marshall's take on the Ram's first round pick

    shower beeer is right talent wise barron would help us

    But need and value wise it is horrible for us and money wise because we just signed Mickell last year

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    Re: Marshall's take on the Ram's first round pick

    Quote Originally Posted by HUbison View Post
    Truth be told, I'm guessing S-Jax would fill the mentor role better than Marshall did.
    I'm not sure if it was Marshall or Sjax. Sjax seemed like a selfish player when he came in the league, and is much more a team leader now. Could have also been Marshall, but I think Sjax would make for a better mentor.

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    Re: Marshall's take on the Ram's first round pick

    Irvin was the best part of that video. "How would you know!?" Had me rolling.
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    Re: Marshall's take on the Ram's first round pick

    If the Rams draft Barron at No. 6 I will buy a Marshall Faulk jersey and eat it.

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    Re: Marshall's take on the Ram's first round pick

    Quote Originally Posted by HUbison View Post
    Truth be told, I'm guessing S-Jax would fill the mentor role better than Marshall did.
    Jackson and Richardson also both seem like huge gym rats, Ive got a feeling they're made to be together.

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    Re: Marshall's take on the Ram's first round pick

    That pick is rediculous.

    At the end of the day, it wont matter if Jackson would be a good mentor or not(i know he would be though).

    They won't pass on Richardson because they don't think Jackson will be happy about it or be a good mentor (much like how the Rams drafted Jackson not basing it off if Faulk would be happy with it), they will pass on him only if they want someone else who they think is of better value.

    I love Faulk, but i am not a fan of GM Faulk. There is no plausible way the Rams pass up on TRich if Blackmon, Claiborne and Kalil are already gone.


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    Re: Marshall's take on the Ram's first round pick

    Marshall is one of my all-time favorite Rams, but he comes off as snobby in this video. Faulk should know that the arrogant young kid that Jackson was eight years ago isn't the man he is now. And if he doesn't know that, then shame on him.

    And apparently, Faulk bringing up stuff from eight years ago is the funniest thing Micheal Irvin has ever seen in his entire life. Geez. Could you imagine having to work with that guy?


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    Re: Marshall's take on the Ram's first round pick

    When you're sitting next to Michael Irvin, and he's the mature one in the room, you need to take a long hard look at yourself.
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    Re: Marshall's take on the Ram's first round pick

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    Irvin was the best part of that video. "How would you know!?" Had me rolling.
    Irvin is great man. The guy made some mistakes when he was a young guy in the NFL during days when that type of behavior was unfortunately popular. Seeing him with Blackmon got me hyped for what could be talent-wise with Blackmon. Big Mike Irvin fan here.

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