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  • Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford (11)

    5 6.76%
  • Reuben Randle, WR, LSU (14)

    36 48.65%
  • Kelechi Osemele, OT/OG, Iowa State (15)

    1 1.35%
  • Zach Brown, OLB, North Carolina (16)

    0 0%
  • Lamar Miller, RB, Miami (18)

    0 0%
  • Coby Fleener, TE, Stanford (19)

    3 4.05%
  • Cordy Glenn, OT/OG (20)

    5 6.76%
  • Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech (22)

    19 25.68%
  • Lavonte David, OLB, Nebraska (25)

    0 0%
  • Nick Toon, WR, Wisconsin (29)

    0 0%
  • Mohamed Sanu, WR, Rutgers (30)

    1 1.35%
  • Someone else (who?)

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    Re: Who should the Rams take at #33?

    Why do people want Upshaw? Do we not have Long and Quinn? I really don't understand taking another DE when we have so many other needs.

    I picked Randle but I would be happy with either him or Hill. I just think randle will be a little more consistent and is more ready to play. Although it's just hard to tell with how under utilized Hill was.


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    Re: Who should the Rams take at #33?

    I voted for Sanu. Im more sold on Sanu than Randle, and in fact Im more sold on Jefferies than Randle as well.

    Whatever #33 is-- its got to the best possible WR on that board. Too many teams pick ahead of us before our next picks IMO to take something other than a WR.

    I like the physical tools that Hill offers, but Im not patient enough have this guy develop into a legit WR.

    Im hoping Jeffries slides to further down- possible to rd 3 (we still have a rd 3 right?) and thats where we can take another WR.

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    Sanu- 33
    Lavonte David (or OLB) 39
    Osemele/Glenn/Kontz/The Tongan OG (all to slot in at OG)

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    Re: Who should the Rams take at #33?

    I really like Alshon Jeffery here. Same as Rueben Randle. I wouldn't mind Stephen Hill either. Lavonte David, Janoris Jenkins, and Cordy Glenn would be nice too.


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    Re: Who should the Rams take at #33?

    I voted Hill. Be just about as happy with Randle. I have no problem with Jeffrey with either 39 or 45.
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    Re: Who should the Rams take at #33?

    Even though he's a gamble, I think Janoris Jenkins would make many forget about Claiborne.

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    Re: Who should the Rams take at #33?

    I opted for Randle as the best intersection of need (WR), fit (a receiver who excelled in a run-first team would seem to fit into Fisher's plans), and talent. Overall, lots of good options available, though. I'd also be happy with Upshaw or one of the offensive linemen.

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    Re: Who should the Rams take at #33?

    Quote Originally Posted by punahou View Post
    I voted for Sanu. Im more sold on Sanu than Randle, and in fact Im more sold on Jefferies than Randle as well.

    Whatever #33 is-- its got to the best possible WR on that board. Too many teams pick ahead of us before our next picks IMO to take something other than a WR.

    I like the physical tools that Hill offers, but Im not patient enough have this guy develop into a legit WR.

    Im hoping Jeffries slides to further down- possible to rd 3 (we still have a rd 3 right?) and thats where we can take another WR.

    Tom Im hoping for

    Sanu- 33
    Lavonte David (or OLB) 39
    Osemele/Glenn/Kontz/The Tongan OG (all to slot in at OG)

    May the Football God(s) favor us tomorrow
    why are you not sold on Randle? He's big, fast and has probably the best hands of any receiver in the draft. I don't see what's not to like.

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    Re: Who should the Rams take at #33?

    Jenkins. Fight it. Best corner in the draft, on tape. Trust the man who has handled Pacman and Haynesworth to do his thing. I may be in the (extreme) minority here, but I think with the additional 2nd rounder you take the risk.
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    Re: Who should the Rams take at #33?

    Quote Originally Posted by shower beers View Post
    Jenkins. Fight it. Best corner in the draft, on tape. Trust the man who has handled Pacman and Haynesworth to do his thing. I may be in the (extreme) minority here, but I think with the additional 2nd rounder you take the risk.
    yeah but why take him at 33 when we could likely get him at 45(and maybe even 66)? Especially when Randle, Miller, David and Hill are all likely to be gone by 45? I have no problem with taking Jenkins just not at 33.

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    Re: Who should the Rams take at #33?

    After watching film I don't want Upshaw anymore. I was thin king he could of been more of an OLB but don't feel that is the case anymore.

    33. Jonathan Martin
    39. Randle/Hill/Jeffery
    45. Zach Brown or another OLB wont be surprised if it's Jenkins though.

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    Re: Who should the Rams take at #33?

    Quote Originally Posted by mcpeepants232003 View Post
    yeah but why take him at 33 when we could likely get him at 45(and maybe even 66)? Especially when Randle, Miller, David and Hill are all likely to be gone by 45? I have no problem with taking Jenkins just not at 33.
    Likely? Personally, I have no idea what is likely anymore...
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    Re: Who should the Rams take at #33?

    Quote Originally Posted by mcpeepants232003 View Post
    yeah but why take him at 33 when we could likely get him at 45(and maybe even 66)? Especially when Randle, Miller, David and Hill are all likely to be gone by 45? I have no problem with taking Jenkins just not at 33.
    If we could get him later great. I just think he's the best player left on board, and not sure how much longer he'll last.

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    Re: Who should the Rams take at #33?

    I'm one of the minorities here but I would consider Coby Fleener. Yeah I know, /eyeroll another TE in the 2nd round but I believe this guy has Jimmy Graham potential and with Fleener and Kendricks side by side, we'll create many mismatch opportunities on offense. Besides that, throwing to TEs and slot receivers are Sam's bread and butter.

    Even then, I still think we'll find our receiver at #39 or #45 but I would play it safe with Lavonte David at #39 and take a look at Jeffery at #45. While Randle and Sanu have solid talent, Jeffery has a higher ceiling and I think Fisher's the guy who could motivate him to his maximum potential.
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    Re: Who should the Rams take at #33?

    Sure, why bother with having regular receivers when you can run a five tight end spread. It worked for Linehan, right?

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    Re: Who should the Rams take at #33?

    Quote Originally Posted by fliptalianstallion View Post
    I'm one of the minorities here but I would consider Coby Fleener. Yeah I know, /eyeroll another TE in the 2nd round but I believe this guy has Jimmy Graham potential and with Fleener and Kendricks side by side, we'll create many mismatch opportunities on offense. Besides that, throwing to TEs and slot receivers are Sam's bread and butter.

    Even then, I still think we'll find our receiver at #39 or #45 but I would play it safe with Lavonte David at #39 and take a look at Jeffery at #45. While Randle and Sanu have solid talent, Jeffery has a higher ceiling and I think Fisher's the guy who could motivate him to his maximum potential.

    Ashlon Jeffery does not have more potential than Stephen HIll and I'd argue he probably doesn't have more than Randle. Randle is faster, just as big, and has great hands as well. I just don't see what makes him have so much more potential.

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