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PostPosted: Wed Dec 26, 2012 6:29 pm    Post subject: RamsFan24 Season's Greeting Mock Offseason Reply with quote

Alright lets get this mock started, I feel that with these offseason moves that we would not only be playoff bound, but will also be able to make some noise in the post season. I feel that this would give us the peices that will make us a very dominate team in the league. Well i hope you enjoy this and feel free to give me feedback.

Cuts/Restructor-

Wayne Hunter-OT

Quintin Mikell-S

Key Resigns-

Danny Amendola-WR



Danny is just amazing at moving the chains and making big plays for the Rams. Danny is Sam's security blanket, a must resign.

Steven Jackson-RB



Steven has put together another very good season with all the odds stacked against him. SJ has a good couple years left, strong vetren leader for this young team.

Williams Hayes-DE

Man William has been balling this season, I hope that we can resign him to a reasonable contract.

Robert Turner-OG/C

Robert has been another pleasant surprise for us, he would come back for us as an great interior back up, which could also feel in at guard again like this year.

Jermelle Cudjo-DT

Cudjo has played very solid for us, Jermelle helps gives us an great defensive line rotation.

William Hunter-OT

Wayne has really been a good sight to see, Hunter has played very solid in relief. If we can get him back at a decent amount, Hunter can be a very good vetren leader and 3rd rotational tackle.

Free Agency-

Dashon Goldson-S

Yes I would absolutly love this signing to go down, Dashon would come right in and be an dominate force in the backfield. Signing Dashon would also weaken a position in our own division, with this signing, we will have one of the best and most physical secordaries in the league.




NFL Draft 2013

1a.) Jake Matthews-OT, Texas A&M, 6'5, 305



Jale Matthews would come in and absolutly complete our offensive line, he is our instant starting right tackle with the option to switch over to left if need be. Fisher is going to once again have another dominate lineman named Matthews again, great run and pass blocker. And with Chance Warmack projected off the board at this pick, Jake is the next dominate lineman on the board.

1b.) Justin Hunter-WR, Tennessee, 6'4, 200 lb, 4.49 s



Justin Hunter is big and explosive #1 receiver that we have been desperatly been waiting for. Justin has great speed with an amazing catch radius. Justin runs very good routes and will go up and get the ball in the air. Ray Sherman is licking his chops at the oppertunity to coach up this explosive athlete. Justin will need to get stronger, and with an great receiver's coach, he will be even better in the pro's.


2.) Phillip Thomas-S, Fresno State, 6'1, 215 lb, 4.57 s



Now we are putting the peices together in our backfield, Phillip is the nation's leader in interceptions. Thomas is absolute ball hawk that we have been missing. Thomas has good range and coverage skills, and can lay the wood also. Phillip is good against the run also, good tackler, but will need to get stronger in the future.

3.) Sean Porter-OLB, Texas A&M, 6'2, 230, 4.65 s



Sean is an absolute stud at the linebacker position, he has great explosiveness and sideline to sideline speed. Porter will cause havoc when blitzing, he is an very good tackler with good vision. Day one plug and play starter, which would have Rocky as an nice rotational back up.

4.) Tyrann Mathieu-S/DB/KR/PR, LSU, 5'9, 180 lb, 4.58 s



Tyrann is a very exciting player to grab in the mid round, he is an absolute playmaker, that's just what he does, and you can never have enough of those type of special players on your team. Mathieu would come in and instantly be the true return specialist that we have been screaming for. Then Fisher could get really creative with him in the backfield as a nickel or slot back, and can be rotated in as a centerfielder on some passing plays.

5.) Omoregie Uzzi-OG, Georgia Tech, 6'3, 302



Omoregie would really open up the competition at the guard position. he is a big and strong mauler who just goes to the whistle. Uzzi will compete against Turner and Rokevious Watkins for that starting left gaurd spot, we will finially have great and quality depth on the offensive line.

6.) Michael Williams-TE, Alabama, 6'5, 272 lb, 4.7 s



Michael is an big and massive blocking and receiving tight end that we really need. Williams will allow Lance to be the playmaking tight end that he is, while Michael would take over as a better blocking back that Mulligan was suppose to be who also can make some plays with his hands.

7.) Anthony White-DT, Michigan State, 6'2, 330 lb



Anthony would come in and add to an already dominate defensive lines, great depth player here, solid future player.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2012 12:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Crying or Very sad No replies, what do you'll think about this mock, do yal like it, or not?
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2012 1:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not a fan of Hunter, especially if he only runs a 4.49
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2012 1:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Brodie wrote:
Not a fan of Hunter, especially if he only runs a 4.49


Yeah, I just truly feel that Hunter is going to be a star, he made it through this year with no set backs. He will be even better with having played a whole year on that knee. I think he will make a lot of plays and score some touchdowns his rookie year.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2012 2:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Keenan Allen/Terrance Williams > Justin Hunter
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DEE RAWL wrote:
Keenan Allen/Terrance Williams > Justin Hunter


I have Chance Warnack and Keenan Allan already gone by the time we pick. Now hopefully you already know that I'm a huge Keenan Allen fan, he's number 1 on my board. Now as for Terrance Williams, it might just be me, he's good, but I just don't care for him to much. He just looks like another over hyped receiver that put up great numbers in a pass happy team this year. I've watched Hunter for years now and to me he just seems to have that it factor, that with some more strength and good coaching, he can be like a cross between, or similarities of a Moss/Fitzgerald with his skill set and intangibles that he possesses.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2012 3:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

RamsFan24 wrote:
DEE RAWL wrote:
Keenan Allen/Terrance Williams > Justin Hunter


I have Chance Warnack and Keenan Allan already gone by the time we pick. Now hopefully you already know that I'm a huge Keenan Allen fan, he's number 1 on my board. Now as for Terrance Williams, it might just be me, he's good, but I just don't care for him to much. He just looks like another over hyped receiver that put up great numbers in a pass happy team this year. I've watched Hunter for years now and to me he just seems to have that it factor, that with some more strength and good coaching, he can be like a cross between, or similarities of a Moss/Fitzgerald with his skill set and intangibles that he possesses.


Justin Hunter was my favorite WR going into this year but I can't stand drops. Something he has had issues with this year.

Terrance Williams is now my #1 WR. People seem to judge the kid from the offense he is in. It's a mistake. I've seen him beat every type of coverage including illegal coverage...meaning I've seen him drag CBs as they were holding him to chase down a ball and make the catch. Hasn't been shutdown once this year.

Oh and if you have any questions about his ability to beat the press because of his offense:
http://espn.go.com/video/clip?id=espn:8785721

Kid has it all. He's going to be a damn good one.

If there's one pick that I'm not sold on, it's Phillip Thomas in the second. There are some other safeties I prefer at the current time. But we'll see if Thomas grows on me as the draft process goes on.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2012 2:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

jrry32 wrote:
RamsFan24 wrote:
DEE RAWL wrote:
Keenan Allen/Terrance Williams > Justin Hunter


I have Chance Warnack and Keenan Allan already gone by the time we pick. Now hopefully you already know that I'm a huge Keenan Allen fan, he's number 1 on my board. Now as for Terrance Williams, it might just be me, he's good, but I just don't care for him to much. He just looks like another over hyped receiver that put up great numbers in a pass happy team this year. I've watched Hunter for years now and to me he just seems to have that it factor, that with some more strength and good coaching, he can be like a cross between, or similarities of a Moss/Fitzgerald with his skill set and intangibles that he possesses.


Justin Hunter was my favorite WR going into this year but I can't stand drops. Something he has had issues with this year.

Terrance Williams is now my #1 WR. People seem to judge the kid from the offense he is in. It's a mistake. I've seen him beat every type of coverage including illegal coverage...meaning I've seen him drag CBs as they were holding him to chase down a ball and make the catch. Hasn't been shutdown once this year.

Oh and if you have any questions about his ability to beat the press because of his offense:
http://espn.go.com/video/clip?id=espn:8785721

Kid has it all. He's going to be a damn good one.

If there's one pick that I'm not sold on, it's Phillip Thomas in the second. There are some other safeties I prefer at the current time. But we'll see if Thomas grows on me as the draft process goes on.


Yeah I agree with you with Hunters drops, I just took it as he was coming off that knee injury, so he might of lost a little focus making sure he lands properly. That's what I think might have been the issue this year, but I'm not sure.

Now I'm going to have to go head and let my Allen and Hunter love go, and go back and really check out Williams again, Crying or Very sad ,lol.

And Phillip really interests me, now I'm a huge Jefferson fan, but I wanted to give us an alternative selection in this mock.
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