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  • My Mock Offseason

    Hello Fellow Clan Members.
    Here Is My Mock Offseason.

    First Regard These Few Things That
    I'm Assuming Are True and That Also Occur.

    1. Marc Bulger Is Back
    2. Leonard Little, OJ Atogwe, Cliff Ryan, Alex Barron Are Too
    3. Rams Are Serious About Running The Football
    4. Rams Get Thier Franchise Qb In 2010
    5. Rams Sign OLB Derrick Johnson And CB Richard Marshall
    6. DSpags And Co. Said They Need Playmakers On The O!
    7. The JLine Is For Real Just Doesnt Happen This Year! (See JLine Thread)
    8. Randy McMichael Is Not Brought Back

    Now Here's My Mock Draft. Enjoy!

    Round 1. Ndamukong Suh DT Nebraska
    Reason: No Franchise QB And Clearly Is The BPA And Fills A Need

    Round 2. Jahvid Best RB California
    Reason: Why Waste A 2nd On A QB When Our Franchise Guy Is In Next Years Draft? We Also Need Playmakers And Best Fits That Role.

    (Familiar Colors Aeh?)

    Round 3. Damien Williams WR USC
    Reason: Low Risk, High Reward Kinda Thing. He Has The Potential To Be A Number 1 Reciever And Were Only Giving Up A 3rd Rounder.

    Round 4. Aaron Hernandez TE Florida
    Reason: Rams Have Been Missing A TE Ever Since Ernie Conwell Left! Remember Him?

    Round 5. Brandon Lang DE Troy
    Reason: Rams Need To Shore Up The DE Position And Lang Fits The Bill.

    Now I Know I'm Missing Three More Picks But I Think Rams Will Go BPA From Here On Out!

    Thats Basically It..Thoughts??

    *References and

  • #2
    Re: My Mock Offseason

    Love it, my man. I'm also clamoring for Jahvid Best in the 2nd round, although I haven't found many that agree with awesome job!

    My only change in the top 3 picks would be Danario Alexander instead of Damian Williams with the 3rd rounder. I think Danario can become a true #1, not sure about Williams. From what I've seen, Williams doesn't have any top-notch abilities: speed, size, strength, etc. I'm also a little wary of USC products, they really haven't panned out in the NFL for the most part (their LB's being the exception, of course).

    I also have a hard time believing that Hernandez will be available in the 4th round, he's a possible 1st rounder. We do need a TE, though, and a name I haven't seen mentioned much is Tony Moeaki out of Iowa. He may be more of a receiver than a blocker, but heck, we need anybody that can catch the ball and make plays. He should be there in the 4-5 round range.
    Last edited by Guest; -01-10-2010, 01:47 PM.


    • #3
      Re: My Mock Offseason

      Williams will be succesful in NFL, Steve Smith is... There is no way he could be avaible in the 3rd round.
      Si vous croyez en vous, que vous avez de la fierté, et que vous ne lâchez jamais, vous serez un gagnant.
      Le prix de la victoire est chère, mais la récompense en vaut la peine.


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