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If Sam Bradford doesn't have time to throw, it wouldn't matter if he had Jerry Rice and Randy Moss in their prime. The Rams are going to have to address their offensive line through the draft, because good tackles just don't hit the free agent market.
It looks like the Rams will have two picks in the top 10, maybe even top 5.
So as Rams' fans all keep rooting for Washington to lose every game, expect the Rams to draft at least one offensive tackle in the first round. The second pick the Rams hold in the first round will be spent on a safety, an outside linebacker or another offensive lineman.
I don't think the Rams will draft a wide receiver unless a truly elite receiver falls in their lap.
If the Rams draft a left tackle, then move Rodger Saffold to right tackle next to Harvey Dahl (right guard) and Scott Wells (center), the Rams would have 80 percent of a good looking line. If Sam Bradford is standing behind a good line, with options at running back (Steven Jackson, Daryl Richardson and Isaiah Pead), receiver (Jennings, Quick, Amendola, Givens, Pettis) and tight end (Lance Kendricks, Matthew Mulligan)...
If that happens, the Rams' offense might actually be at a level close to their defense, and that would be a very good thing.
A guy can dream, can't he?