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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lnm4FATteMQ

    This a new interview of Steven Jackson by Espn where he talks about what the rams should do with the #1 pick, and he talks about his great season last year.


    Pretty interesting stuff check it out.

  • #2
    Re: Steven Jackson a fan of Suh

    Perfect! I am really confused about who we are drafting. This team is doing a great job keeping that a secret.

    I hope its Suh

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    • #3
      Re: Steven Jackson a fan of Suh

      Originally posted by sosa39rams View Post
      Perfect! I am really confused about who we are drafting. This team is doing a great job keeping that a secret.

      I hope its Suh
      Yeah me too. I think we would be better off taken him just for the fact that I think we can pick up a Qb in the second round thats just as good as Bradford without all the injury problems.

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      • #4
        Re: Steven Jackson a fan of Suh

        Originally posted by Rams 55 View Post
        Yeah me too. I think we would be better off taken him just for the fact that I think we can pick up a Qb in the second round thats just as good as Bradford without all the injury problems.
        And who might that QB be?

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        • #5
          Re: Steven Jackson a fan of Suh

          Originally posted by RockinRam View Post
          And who might that QB be?
          Someone like Colt Mccoy, Tony Pike, or Dan Lefevour. Id take any of those guys in the 2nd if we could get Suh. Bradford just doesnt seem worth the # 1 pick. Maybe im wrong though. Maybe Bradford will be a great a QB. I just dont see it happening.

          Not saying guys like Colt Mccoy and Dan Lefevour( might have spelled that wrong) will be great, but id rather take a chance on them in the second than use the # 1 pick on Bradford.

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          • #6
            Re: Steven Jackson a fan of Suh

            we're on the same boat Rams 55. what's the opposite of a Oklahoma's spread pass-heavy offense? the Rams offense. I haven't been a fan of Bradford and still don't like him. Suh is one of the best defensive prospects in the past decade; is that not enough to draft him?

            I don't see Bradford being an elite qb in the future but obviously i could be wrong. Here's to drafting Suh

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            • #7
              Re: Steven Jackson a fan of Suh

              Originally posted by RockinRam View Post
              And who might that QB be?
              Lefevour, Pike, Brown, McCoy. All are above average prospects, atleast two will be starters in the next 2-3 years.

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              • #8
                Re: Steven Jackson a fan of Suh

                Originally posted by 01d 0rd3r View Post
                Lefevour, Pike, Brown, McCoy. All are above average prospects, atleast two will be starters in the next 2-3 years.
                1. When I asked the question, it was asking Rams 55 who he thought would be as good as Bradford.

                IMO, Bradford is way ahead of Pike, LeFevour and McCoy. Bradford's talent level is far above the rest of the other QB's in this draft, and he's the likeliest out of all of them to be a Pro Bowl QB.



                As you stated, you claim that at least two will be starters. I think maybe only one will have a solid NFL career. One will be a pretty good QB, and the other two will be serviceable back-ups.


                In that case, we need to make sure we pick the right one. What happens if we choose the wrong one? Then we still have a QB dilemna.

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                  Re: Steven Jackson a fan of Suh

                  Originally posted by RockinRam View Post
                  1. When I asked the question, it was asking Rams 55 who he thought would be as good as Bradford.

                  IMO, Bradford is way ahead of Pike, LeFevour and McCoy. Bradford's talent level is far above the rest of the other QB's in this draft, and he's the likeliest out of all of them to be a Pro Bowl QB.



                  As you stated, you claim that at least two will be starters. I think maybe only one will have a solid NFL career. One will be a pretty good QB, and the other two will be serviceable back-ups.


                  In that case, we need to make sure we pick the right one. What happens if we choose the wrong one? Then we still have a QB dilemna.
                  IMO it will be a crapshoot either way. Yes, I agree Bradford will have the most chance to succeed. However all of them have a really big chance a failure, as does anyone when they move to a higher area of competition. If I had to choose someone who I thought would have as good or better career as Bradford, I would choose Lefevour.

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