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PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 10:55 am    Post subject: RamsFan24 3/1/2013 Mock Offseason Reply with quote

Cuts/Let Go-

Quintin Mikell

Wayne Hunter

Steven Jackson (Option Voided)

Havey Dahl

Matthew Mulligan

Key Resigns-


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.

Darian Stewart-S

Stewart is just some solid depth with some starting experience for the Rams.

Free Agency-

Phil Loadholt-OT

Yes I would absolutly love this signing to go down, Phil would come right in and be an dominate force on our offensive line. Phil would be an instant upgrade to Richardson, good, strong and nasty blocker to help complete our line.



Leodis McKelvin-DB/RS

Leodis would come in as our dime cornerback, but more importantly, he will finially give us an very nice return specialist for the Rams.




NFL Draft 2013

1a.) Chance Warmack-OG, Alabama, 6'2, 322



Chance would come in and absolutly complete our offensive line, he is our instant starting left guard. Warmack is the most dominate offensive lineman on the board and probally in the entire draft. Les and Jeff will celebrate if Chance is still here at pick 16, we get a top 5 talent with Warmack.

**TRADE** Houston sends #27 (1), #91 (3), and # 219 (7) to St. Louis for #22 (1)

1b.) Justin Hunter-WR, Tennessee, 6'4, 200 lb, 4.43 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.) Khaseem Greene-OLB, Rutgers, 6'1, 234 lb, 4.65 s



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

3a.) Phillip Thomas-FS, Fresno State, 6'1, 208, 4.65s



Phillip is an absolute ballhawking playmaker that we have been lacking for quite some time. Thomas has great coverage skills,good awernance and is a solid tackler.


3b.) D.J. Swearinger, SS, South Carolina, 5'11, 210, 4.67 s



What, back to back safities, yes the Rams are double dipping in this years draft also. D.J. was the absolute heart and soul of the S Carolina's defense, He is a ball hawk that we have been missing. D.J. has good range and coverage skills, and can lay the wood also. Swearinger is good against the run also, good tackler and very versatile.


4.) Bennie Logan-DT, LSU, 6'2, 309 lb,



Bennie will come in and help give us an complete dominating defensive line. Bennie will give us an even better dline rotation, for he has great acceration and push off the line


5.) 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.

6.) Jasper Collins-WR, Mount Union, 5-10, 183 lb, 4.53s



Jasper comes from the new wide receviever U, Very Happy , and would instantly come in and compete with Pettis for the vacant slot position that was left by Danny leaving for Free Agency. Jasper looks like an Danny clone, as he has an very quick release, run good routes, has very good hands, and great vision. He isn't the fastest, but he just finds ways to get seperation, and plays tuff.


7a.) Knile Davis-RB, Arkansas, 5'8, 227 lb, 4.37s



Davis will come in with the loss of Steven and compete with Richardson and Pead for playing time. Knile was great in 2010, but after an injury and a bad season that he just fumbled away, his stock has dropped to almost getting drafted. Knile has all the tools to be a nice back in the league, with blazing speed, strengh and good aweranance, just has to put it all together again and hold on to the dag ball. Laughing

7b.) Cameron Lawrence-OLB, Mississippi State, 6-2, 233 lb, 4.69s



Cameron will come in as a special teamer with potenial, good depth pick up here. He has racked up over 100 tackles against some tuff SEC talent, good devolpement prospect for as.

Well please let me know what you''ll think of this one.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 11:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Who's Houston trading up for?
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 11:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Logan wont fall to the 4th, Knile Davis wont fall to the 7th.

Not a fan of Thomas otherwise i like it.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 1:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

RamRod wrote:
Who's Houston trading up for?


For either Keenan Allen or Tavon Austin to give them another recevier to complement Andre Johnson.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 2:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

DEE RAWL wrote:
Logan wont fall to the 4th, Knile Davis wont fall to the 7th.

Not a fan of Thomas otherwise i like it.


Hey Dee Rawl, going off of alot of draft sites like CBS sports have Logan going in the 4th and still have Knile in the 7th-FA. Now I was thinking about packaging both 7th round picks to jump up to the 6th round for Knile, but I decided to just leave my mock with just one trade. Now if Knile does go before the 7th i would totally be fine and understand why.

Yeah now I really like Thomas, but I also like Rambo and Jefferson also. I just like Thomas playmaking abilities and his good coverage skills, now I do understand about the weaker conferance that he was in, but he just looks like a stud.. What don't you like about Thomas?
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 7:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'd love it if this happened...big fan of Rams taking Hunter in the 1st with one of those picks.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 02, 2013 1:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cornbread5 wrote:
I'd love it if this happened...big fan of Rams taking Hunter in the 1st with one of those picks.


Right on man, and yes I would be so excited if we grabbed Hunter. Justin has the potentialto be an very good player. He's tall, fast, explosive, attacks the ball, ruins good routes, shifty, and has excellent leadership abilities. The scary thing is that he will now be an complete season since the injury, year two he should be back to full health and strength. Which should help with the drop ball problem that he had last year.
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