St.Louis Rams 1st Round Selection: Ndamukong Suh

John MatheosContributor IIMarch 27, 2010

SAN DIEGO - DECEMBER 30:  Ndamukong Suh #93 and Head Coach Bo Pelini of the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers look on after their team's 33-0 victory against the University of Arizona Wildcats during the Pacific Life Holiday Bowl, on December 30, 2009 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California. The Cornhuskers defeated the Wildcats 33-0. (Photo By Donald Miralle/Getty Images)
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Ladies and gentlemen may I introduce to you the St. Louis Rams first round choice Ndamukong Suh. I know that many experienced analysts have been predicting that Sam Bradford will be drafted first overall, but I believe Suh will be picked.

I don't disagree with their analysis on this incredible individual that has been slamming the air waves of every football talk show. But is Sam Bradford the answer, or is the Rams' organization in desperate need of a solution. Sam Bradford has a lot of injuries to deal with considering his age (Shoulder being a huge matter).

I thought and believed over the years that teams that struggled for many seasons always looked for the best possible player in the draft.

When I think of a player in the draft that can help the St. Louis Rams, I think of  Ndamukong Suh.

Ndamukong is 6"3 and 300 pounds. He is no doubt the best player in the draft. He would add so much flavor to a struggling team, and he will point them in the right direction.

Everyone has been talking about Donovan McNabb coming to the Rams, but I believe this would not benefit the St. Louis Rams. Regardless, there are many prominent quarterbacks in the league that would fit perfectly into a reconstructive St. Louis Rams team.

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On the whole, if the Rams draft Mr. Suh, be sure to see St. Louis in the playoffs within 2-3 years. Ndamukong is such an impact player that he will need to be double teamed at times. This will create enormous mismatches and benefit the Rams in key game situations.


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