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Loved the post and couldn't agree more.If Bradford had time to throw, even mediocre receivers could look good.. We owe it to the fans to build a team with a great offense, and that starts with a talented, dominating, synchronized, offensive line. Great safeties will be there in the second round, and even the third-rounds; but if we can remained disciplined enough, we could walk away with a Jonathon Cooper, AND a Lane Johnson in this first round. Safeties like Cyprien, and even Elam could be available in the second-round. there will even be good safeties in the third-round, should we choose an outstanding "project player" like OT Kyle Long (yes, Chris' little brother) available to the Rams. WR-Da'Rick Rogers might also drop to as far as the fourth, and would be a steal there. He got into some pot trouble as Tennessee's leading WR, and finished school at Tenn-Tech. Otherwise he'd have been a first-rounder for sure. Rogers was at the time the #1 wide-out (ahead of much touted Cordarrelle Patterson) at Tennessee before his suspension)The fourth and fifth-round may yield a quality RB such as Wisconsin's (and St. Louis' own,) Montee Hall. TJ Moe promises to bring impressive talent, and glue-like hands (impressively replacing Amendola) in a late-round pick. OLB-Zavier Gooden should fall to the late rounds, and unless his stock has really risen,he'll go in the 5th. There are bargains to be had, but addressing the O-line is a priority.