St. Louis Rams fans are getting antsy leading up to the 2012 NFL Draft later this month. The team is headed in a new direction, under a new regime, and there is excitement in the air for a winner being rebuilt in the city.
"Who will the Rams take with the No. 6 overall pick?"
"Will Oklahoma State's Justin Blackmon still be there at No. 6?"
"Do you really think head coach Jeff Fisher could take a defensive lineman early in the draft?"
These are all questions debated amongst Rams fans on message boards, sports talk radio and even between buddies having a drink at the bar.
A popular method for the ultra-hyper fans who can't wait a few more weeks for the draft to come is trying to look at Jeff Fisher's draft history in their attempts to crack the code of what the Rams will look like come May. While some fans claim the Rams are in a different position than the Tennessee Titans were throughout Fisher's head coaching career there from 1995-2010, others sense a pattern for what to expect.
So, just for fun, let's hold a mock draft for rounds one to four based off Fisher's past draft history.
Note: Completely illogical picks will be excluded. For example, the Rams drafting a quarterback in the first round. It's not happening.