With free agency beginning to die down, at least for St. Louis, Rams Nation can finally sit down and enjoy a meal without hovering over social media to see if Jake Long has finally made a decision. So, we thought we would treat you will some links from around to league…
Just like mock drafting, it is certainly never too early to start whipping out some NFL Power Rankings. ESPN looks to be the first to “break the seal,” and ended up showing the St. Louis Rams and the NFC West some love…. well, most of the NFC West.
Bleacher Report is like the Craig Dahl of sport media; the easy target when you want to find something to rip on. This piece is no exception, listing Jared Cook as the St. Louis Rams “worst” acquisition. The author makes some bold statements about Cook’s abilities on the field, we just wish he would have gave a little more explanation to the “little things” that are holding him back.
The boys over at Turf Show Times have been doing Scouting Reports periodically throughout the offseason. However, with all the talk surrounding the St. Louis Rams taking Tavon Austin or Cordarrelle Patterson in the first round, little attention has been given to the rest of the wide receivers in an extremely deep and talented class. For those against taking a wide out in the first-32, check out the scouting report on Hopkins…
There is a reason that the St. Louis Rams were excited to land Jeff Fisher last year. Experience, leadership, and a new mentality were all intangibles that we expected from the long-time Oiler/Titan head coach. However, as Jim Thomas breaks down his piece for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Fisher has another invaluable skill that we have all seen in action this offseason!
To be fair to Bleacher, we figured we would highlight one of the pieces written by a columnist that actually holds some weight when writing about the St. Louis Rams. The author breaks down some of the strengths of Jake Long, and how he will effect the St. Louis Rams’ line in ’13.
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