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Rams4eva92


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2012 5:55 am    Post subject: Brand New Mock Offseason To Begin the new GSOT Era! Reply with quote

Let the good times roll boys. It appears that these dark time are gone and we are on the rise. We will get a win today against the Seahawks. Then we will strike it gold this offseaon. With are team on the rise we will have players begging to join our squad with some good cap space, good record, and lastly a fun coach to play for. Lets bring back the Greatest Show On Turf!

Free Agency

Chris Ivory RB 6 ft. 222 lbs. New Orleans Saints
Steven Jackson seems like he wants to call it quits. He wants to retire on top and leave us desiring more like Barry Sanders. I feel that he knows that this will be his last year being a feature back and he will have to split a lot of carries. This will break his 1,000 yard season breaking the streak. I don't see him coming back. Mr. Ivory is the hammer that hits the hole fast and hard. Richardson is fast change of pace. Ivory and Richardson will be a great duo.



Phil Loadholt OT 6 ft. 8 in. 343 lbs. Minnesota Vikings
It seems that our LT spot is filled by Rodger Saffold. We need an upgrade at the right tackle spot and Mr. Loadholt is just the answer for us. He is a big man that excels in run blocking. He is the main reason that Peterson is having such a great year. This will be a great signing for our team and he would start immediately shoring up the tackle position.



William Moore SS 6 ft 221 lbs. Atlanta Falcon
Come home back to the beautiful state of Missouri. William played his high school ball in Missouri and even played his college ball at Mizzou. Moore is our big splash in free agency and he would immediately knock out Dahl from the strong safety position. William Moore is very young and he will play for us for a long time.



Danny Amendola WR 5 ft. 11 in. 188 lbs. St. Louis Rams
Danny like playing with Sam and he loves the town. I recently met Danny in a bar and I hanged out with him and it was awesome. Him and Sam are good friends and he really wants to stay here. We will sign him on a 2 year 10 million dollar contract. Here is to a healthy Amendola.



William Hayes DE 6 ft. 3 in. 272 lbs. St. Louis Rams
William Hayes is one of the biggest surprises of the offseason besides Dunbar. Hayes is a great 3rd DE for our rotation. Hopefully he likes his playing time and we can get him cheaply.



NFL Draft

Round One- Keenan Allen WR 6 ft. 3 in. 210 lbs. Cal
The Rams need some upgrades at the wide receiver position. Allen might not be the next A.J. Green but he is going to be a solid wide receiver at the next level. He is great at intermediate to short routes that Bradford excels at. Here is the catch he is a beast at breaking tackles and getting yards after the catch. Danny Amendola excels in the slot. Chris Givens is our speedster to take the top off the defense to go for the deep ball. Allen is great for intermediate routes and to break tackles and get yards after the catch. Lastly Brian Quick is great for a redzone threat to jump up and snag fade routes for TD's. We have a solid wr corps now.



Round One- Tyler Eifert TE 6 ft. 6 in. 251 lbs. Notre Dame
Eifert looks like one of the best tight ends to come out in years. He is a great receiving tight end. He will be great to pair up with Kendricks that is great at blocking. We will have a great tight end duo in Eifert and Kendricks. Bradford is going to have a ton of weapons next season!



Round Two- Larry Warford OG 6 ft. 3 in. 343 lbs. Kentucky
We really need a guard to shore up the line. Warford is a man mountain that will help in the run and passing game. This completes the line with Saffold, Warford, Wells, Dahl, Loadholt.



Round Three- T.J. McDonald FS 6 ft. 3 in. 205 lbs. USC
McDonald is a physical safety that will take Mikell job day one. With a safety duo of McDonald and Moore our secondary will be one of the best in the league.



Round Four- Tyrann Mathieu CB 5 ft. 9 in. 175 lbs. LSU
Tyrann mathieu will be a complete steal for our team. Fisher took a chance on Jenkins and it is paying dividends. We can take another chance. Mathieu will be a backup and be taught under Finnegan. His style of play reminds me a little of Finnegan. His most important job will be handling kick and punt returns. This will keep Amendola healthy and he is great at this. Finally we will have a true return specialist that will finally give us good field position. This willl help our offense tremendously.



Round Five- Zavier Gooden OLB 6 ft. 2 in. 230 lbs. Mizzou
Great developmental pickup that could be a sleeper prospect. He has great instincts and speed. I really like him as a prospect.



Round Six- Trey Millard FB 6 ft. 2 in. 256 lbs. Oklahoma
The Rams are lacking a true fullback. Millard is the complete package that will instantly help are running game.



Round Seven- Jordan Mills OT 6 ft. 6 in. 315 lbs. Louisiana Tech
Jordan Mills is a great prospect that can be developed into a great tackle. He has room to get bigger and improve. He also loves the game.



Roster

Offense
QB- Sam Bradford
RB- Daryl Richardson, Chris Ivory, Isaiah Pead
FB- Trey Millard
WR- Keenan Allen, Brian Quick, Chris Givens, Danny Amendola, Austin Pettis
TE- Tyler Eifert, Lance Kendricks
LT- Rodger Saffold
LG- Larry Waarford
C- Scott Wells
RG- Harvey Dahl
RT- Phil Loadholt

Defense
DE- Chris Long, Robert Quinn, William Hayes, Eugene Sims
DT- Michael Brockers, Kendal Langford
WLB- Jo Lonn Dunbar
MLB- James Laurinatis
SLB- Mario Hagan
CB- Cortland Finnegan, Janoris Jenkins, Trumaine Johnson, Tyran Mathieu
FS- T.J. McDonald
SS- William Moore

Special Teams
K- Greg Zurelin
P- Johnny Hekker
Punt and Kick Returner- Tyran Mathieu

How do you guys like the look of our new Dynasty. Please respond and tell me your guys thoughts. Thank you!
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2012 1:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Honestly, I don't hate it, however, I'm not the biggest supporter of a WR and TE in the first round. McDonald falling all the way to the 3rd is being very optimistic, I'd say.

Would LOVE those free agent signings though!
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2012 1:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like this alot. Dont think itll happen but still like it.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2012 9:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don't like it. I don't like TJ McDonald. And I am not a big fan of drafting Eifert in the 1st. I personally prefer Ertz if we're going that direction.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2012 9:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I honestly don't see a reason drafting an o line man in the first round. We can fin one in a later round. I see our line as pretty good right now. I think we need to get Bradford weapons and improve this offense
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 31, 2012 12:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I wouldn't have to many complaints with this off season, I feel that this would feel or needs, good mock.
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I'm not a Rams fan, just a casual observer but I think Terrance Williams and Zach Ertz would be much better fits for you guys.

Trust me when I say I've watched a ton of tape on those guys and they're easily the best at their respective positions for this year's class.

Other than that, your draft would be a slam dunk. However, I'd prefer D.J. Swearinger or Tony Jefferson for you guys at safety.

Just some observations. Good read, though.
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Selkiesxx wrote:
I'm not a Rams fan, just a casual observer but I think Terrance Williams and Zach Ertz would be much better fits for you guys.

Trust me when I say I've watched a ton of tape on those guys and they're easily the best at their respective positions for this year's class.

Other than that, your draft would be a slam dunk. However, I'd prefer D.J. Swearinger or Tony Jefferson for you guys at safety.

Just some observations. Good read, though.


Mentioning Jefferson, Swearinger, Ertz and TW? I like this guy.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 03, 2013 4:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like Eifert a whole lot better than Ertz. On the other hand my favorite reciever is Justin Hunter. I would selct Hunter in my draft but feel that everybody is down on him. He is a physical freak that just needs to be polished and he will be a stud!
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Rams4eva92 wrote:
I like Eifert a whole lot better than Ertz. On the other hand my favorite reciever is Justin Hunter. I would selct Hunter in my draft but feel that everybody is down on him. He is a physical freak that just needs to be polished and he will be a stud!


I much prefer Ertz.
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Selkiesxx wrote:
I'm not a Rams fan, just a casual observer but I think Terrance Williams and Zach Ertz would be much better fits for you guys.

Trust me when I say I've watched a ton of tape on those guys and they're easily the best at their respective positions for this year's class.

Other than that, your draft would be a slam dunk. However, I'd prefer D.J. Swearinger or Tony Jefferson for you guys at safety.

Just some observations. Good read, though.


Jrry, is that you?
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