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  • Shan the Ram Mans off season for Rams

    Rams resign these players:

    O.J. Atogwe
    Clifton Ryan
    Daniel Fells
    James Hall
    Leneard Little
    Alex Barron. I know alot of poeple are upset about resigning Barron.

    Pick up these players in free agency:

    TE Tony Scheffler (from Broncos)
    OLB Derrick Johnson (K.C.)
    WR Malcolm Floyd (Chargers)


    Rams draft without any trades:

    1st RD DT SUH
    2nd RD DE Greg Romeus or DE Jason Pierre-Paul (can't decide)
    3rd RD OT Gabe Carimi
    4th RD DE Austen Lane
    5th RD (a) "G" Thomas Austin
    (b) OLB Luthur Brown
    6th RD TE Jimmy Graham
    7th RD (a) OLB Jason Beauchamp
    (b) QB Rusty Smith

    Rams draft with trades:

    1st pick trade to Bucs for Bucs 1st, 2nd & 3rd rd picks.
    with the 3rd pick in draft trade to cleveland for both of Jets picks 3rd & 5th rd picks

    With the 7th pick in draft take : RB C.J. Spiller
    2nd RD (a) Rams: DE Greg Romeus or DE Jason Pierre-Paul (can't decide)
    (b)Bucs: OLB Sean Wheatherspoon
    3rd RD (a) Rams: OT Gabe Carimi
    (b) Bucs: DT Marvin Austin
    (C) B/J: TE Dennis Pitta
    4th RD DE Austen Lane
    5th RD (a) "G" Thomas Austin
    (b) OLB Luthur Brown
    (c) TE Jimmy Graham
    6th RD QB Rusty Smith
    7th RD (a) OLB Jason Beauchamp
    (b) DT Kade Weston

    What do you think?

  • #2
    Re: Shan the Ram Mans off season for Rams

    I think you dont do enough to address the QB position, and i dont understand why you would want to draft an RB in the first round when pretty much every other position on the team except RB needs help
    @EssexRam_

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    • #3
      Re: Shan the Ram Mans off season for Rams

      With the West coast ofence you either need two great RB's or a FB & RB.
      With of coarse a great pass catching TE.
      With Spiller or Jaskson in the back field who would you cover in the flats on a pass situation.

      I know there was a ton of injures on the Ofence but the Ofence sucked bad.
      I think the defence was on the field at an average of 65% of a game. A better ofence will make a better defence.

      Bulger is a good QB not a great QB let him play give Null, Reilly & drafted prospect a chance to learn on the bench.
      While hopefully the O-line gets alot better. So the next QB will have a chance to survive in the back field.

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      • #4
        Re: Shan the Ram Mans off season for Rams

        No way the Rams come out of the draft without a QB in any round. Are the Rams going to bring back Bulger at his current price, I don't think so.

        Did Gabe Carimi say he was coming out, i'm pretty sure he is a junior

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        • #5
          Re: Shan the Ram Mans off season for Rams

          I wouldn't draft Thomas Austin. Tenessee's whole o-line has been really bad this year. More like John Jerry.

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          • #6
            Re: Shan the Ram Mans off season for Rams

            Why would you want Barron back? Should I remind you what happens when a stoppable force meets number 70? Holding.

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