Apr 26, 2013; New York, NY, USA; NFL former player Kevin Faulk (left) announces the fifty-second overall pick to the New England Patriots with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell (right) during the 2013 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

St. Louis Rams Draft Watch

The Rams are 4-6 and as of right now they would have two top ten draft picks come April. Rams fans are still holding out hope that they can make the playoffs, but for those of us who aren’t so optimistic, here is the draft order after week 11.

1. Jaguars 1-9

2. Vikings 2-8

3. Buccaneers 2-8

4. Texans 2-7

5. Falcons 2-8

6. Rams(from Redskins) 3-7

7. Bills 4-7

8. Chargers 4-6

9. Rams 4-6

10. Steelers 4-6

11. Giants 4-6

12. Ravens 4-6

13. Browns 4-6

14. Titans 4-6

15. Raiders 4-6

16. Packers 5-5

17. Cowboys 5-5

18. Jets 5-5

19. Dolphins 5-5

20. Eagles 6-5

21. Bears 6-4

22. Cardinals 6-4

23. Lions 6-4

24. 49ers 6-4

25. Bengals 6-4

26. Patriots 7-3

27. Colts 7-3

28. Panthers 7-3

29. Saints 8-2

30. Chiefs 9-1

31. Broncos 9-1

32.Seahawks 9-1


Some experts and analysts have the Rams going defensive tackle, defensive back, offensive lineman, wide receiver, and outside linebacker in this years first round. Our own Nathan Kearns has the Rams taking  Louis Nix, DT (Notre Dame) and Haha Clinton-Dix, S (Alabama) which both make sense for the Rams.

I do think that the Rams will go with Louis Nix if he is still there however, I think the Rams are missing that Julio Jones, Roddy White, AJ Green tier wide receiver that can just take over games and I think the Rams should consider Sammy Watkins or Marquise Lee to go on the outside opposite of Chris Givens.

The draft is still a long ways a way, but it’s football and fans are always looking ahead and trying to predict what their favorite team will do next.

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