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    O.J Atogwe- There should be no hesitation here. Pure ballhawk.
    Craig Dahl- Proved he is a reliable backup.
    Gary Gibson- Good depth.
    James Hall- Good depth and a experienced player.
    Leonard Little- Great mentor, part of our D Line rotation.
    Cliff Ryan- Showed he can be a starting DT, and developed very well.

    Free Agency:

    Ray Edwards: Improved alot over they years and is a great DE.
    Dunta Robinson: Proved to be a starting CB and an improvement in the secondary.
    Tony Scheffler: Great TE, and good redzone threat.
    Jerious Norwood: Reliable backup and change of pace for SJAX.
    Antonio Bryant: Capable of coming here being a #1 WR, and good mentor.


    Round 1: Ndamukong Suh -> Should be no hesitation to grab this guy.
    Round 2: Sean Weatherspoon -> Great OLB and immediate starter.
    Round 3: Dan LeFevour -> Really good QB.
    Round 4: Max Young -> Could come start at RT.
    Round 5: Depth at LB.
    Round 6: Depth at DE
    Round 7: Depth at Oline.


  • #2
    Re: SOSA's MOCK DRAFT v2.0!!!!

    How do you think the Rams will pick up Scheffler without giving up a 1st or 2nd? I believe he'll be a RFA. Or were you writing this under the premise that they'll sign a new CBA before free agency? Otherwise it looks good. I didn't see a "Cuts" section. Does this hypothetical team still have Bulger and Little on it?


    • #3
      Re: SOSA's MOCK DRAFT v2.0!!!!

      That might be the most optimistic free agency projection I've seen, so I'm not sure how realistic it is, especially with some of those guys pegged for RFA assuming there's no cap.

      As for the draft, I like it. A lot. I assume you meant Sam Young from Notre Dame in the fourth round though? Also not sure about the Rams doubling up draft picks on LB and OL, but depth is always good I suppose.

      Overall, solid work but I have my doubts about whether that free agency projection is realistic.


      • #4
        Re: SOSA's MOCK DRAFT v2.0!!!!

        Well, I kinda was pointed towards the CBA. And whoever i did not include will be cut. I wouldn't cut Bulger, but he will demand money that i dont think he deseres. I added Little to the resigns. I also thought this free agency maybe asking a little bit too much, so I wouldn't really mind if Dunta Robinson and Antonio Bryant didn't come here. I only tossed them in because I thought there may be a slight possibility and im sure we would all love it. Sorry about that, I did mean Sam Young..ahah


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          It is so hard because we don't know the deal with the CBA yet, but here's what I did. I wanted to avoid trading draft picks.


          Round 1 - Ndamukong Suh (DT) <---Beast
          Round 2 - Tony Pike (QB) <---Huge Potential/NFL Body
          Round 3 - George Selvie (DE) <--Great Athelte/Rusher
          Round 4 - Danario Alexander (WR) <--Freak Athelticism
          Round 5 - LeGarrett Blount (RB) <--Power and attidue on offense
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          Round 6 - Shawn Lauvao (OG) <-- Size and Depth
          Round 7 - Casey Nips (OT) Huge guy out of South Dakota St
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          Michael Vick (QB) -- Start while Pike is grooming
          Tony Scheffler (TE) - True West Coast TE
          D.J Ware (RB) - Great change of pace back
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          Carlos Rogers (CB) - Out of Favor in Washington/good talent
          Clint Ingram (OLB) - Needs to be in 4-3 / Jax plays 3-4
          Antonio Pierce (OLB) - Vetern leadership

          **Julius Peppers (DE) -- I left him out to be realistic but obviously he would be perfect here.


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          Leonard Little - if no peppers
          Alex Barron - If we gotta

          Overall, I think this would be a great off-season. We have high draft picks, a new owner, and money to spend. Lets do it.

          I think I have addressed all our issues. The only area that I struggled with is Offensive Tackle. I really don't want Barron but don't know where to get a servicable Right Tackle without overspending in free agency. I could see drafting one earlier if we love a guy that slips in the draft.

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        • sosa39rams
          SOSA's MOCK DRAFT v1.0!!!!
          by sosa39rams

          Cliff Ryan- Developed very well and will be a key to rams run stop D.
          Leonard Little- Great mentor, and nice to have around as back up(unless to much money demanded).
          O.J Atogwe- Total ballhawk and anchors our secondary (MUST GET!)
          Craig Dahl- Showed alot of great LOS playing, good reliable back up and stops the run well.
          Gary Gibson- Showed great flashes; before injury

          Free Agency:

          Ray Edwards(Vikings): Great DE and would be a key pick up. Would help alot with pass rush and good run stop.
          Jerious Norwood(Falcons): Great compliment and change of pace for Steven.
          Tony Scheffler(Broncos): Very good recieving and blocking tight end. Good redzone threat.


          Round 1: Ndamukong Suh DE: Should be no hesitation, great run stopper and amazing pass rusher. Will compliment the entire Defense.

          Round 2: Sean Weatherspoon OLB: Very intelligent and quick linebacker. Would be immediate starter and would fit well into our scheme.

          Round 3: Tony Pike or Dan LeFevour (who ever is available) QB: Both very similar in play. Good release, great accuracy and arm strength and can use their legs to make plays.

          Round 4: Sam Young OT: Great footwork and considered a steal this late.

          Round 5: Depth at WR
          Round 6: Depth at DE
          Round 7: Depth at CB

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          Round 7: Freddie Barnes, WR Bowling Green - He set an NCAA record for receptions last year, he just finds a way to get open.

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          FB: Karney
          WR: Robinson/Avery/Gibson/Amendola/Burton/Barnes
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          LG: Bell/Gregory
          C: Brown
          RG: Fraley/Greco
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