Spags and Devaney Asses The Rams Quarterback Situation In an Interview

john dmytrukCorrespondent IFebruary 10, 2010

DETROIT - NOVEMBER 1:  Marc Bulger #10 of the St. Louis Rams stands under center during the game against the Detroit Lions on November 1, 2009 at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
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Before I begin, I have a link that I think you should read.


This interview took place before the Super Bowl.  In the interview, Spags and Devaney gave their views on the current Quarterback situation.

In a nutshell, they got to learn about each Quarterback with no future plans on who will stay or go.  Also, they made no mention on rather they will go after Vick.

Yet, you know I can understand their avoidance to solving this current Quarterback problem. It reminds of that household chore that younjust want to avoid until you have no choice but to do it. Well, they reached that moment of decision,but how do they solve this problem?

Do you keep all four quarterbacks and then use your first pick on Suh and then draft a Quarterback in the later rounds? This way you get Suh to help the defense while you pick up a second round Quarterback to help your offense.

Maybe, you can trade your first pick down and get Clausen or Bradford and more picks to aquire what you need.

Or trade draft choices for Vick and use some form of the above possibilities.

Maybe, better yet, you hope that new owners will imediatley want their own people to take over thus relieving you from sorting out this mess.