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  • Arthur Young posted 628 days ago

    Arthur Young

    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.