And just think, whatever Krap gets, Wilson will get more because he won a superbowl all by himself with no help from his defense.
Thats WAY too long of an extra point. I would rather they made it an automatic attempt than to do that.
Think about it, your team goes on an 80...
Barron was a starter for like 4 years, he's hardly the biggest failure for the Rams.
He even played really well at times.
I wonder if they can franchise him as a running back instead of a QB?
Pretty soon it will be, if the QB is black, you can't tackle him.
Without Megatron, Stafford would look very average. He's not bad, but he's got the best WR to throw to.
I'm warming up to Evans, if we could get him and a top OT.
He's a boom or bust pick. And we have zero need for DE. Why take that risk?
Trade down, or take an OT or WR. Say no to Clowney.
Cut Bradford now, we can't afford his monster contract!
If we could get Watkins and one of the top two OTs, then I'd be happy.
But thats not a realistic option. So if we take one of the top OTs, then...
Martz would draft a WR. Watkins it is then!
It's the price tag that would prohibit him being a Ram.
Hey guys, cut those Seattle people a break. Most of them have only been football fans for about one year now.
He's like Gruden, but without the charisma. I'm glad things are going badly.
Yup, Colon and Wussell Wilson will be getting HUGE paydays very soon. That's going to cut into them being able to keep other players. Another two...
I do not want Clowney, we are stacked at DE, and this guy has bust potential. No thanks.
There are OTs and a WR worthy of that #2 pick, and those...
Well, what are they going to pay him then?
They were winning games with Alex Smith, and he stepped in and wasn't really an improvement.
Oh, and the 9ers are starting contract negotiations with Krapperdick. That's going to limit them in FA giving him 80 million plus.
Looks like the #13 pick will be going towards CB or Safety.
That means the #2 pick will be OT or Watkins.
If we don't draft Watkins, he might need that much time for one of them to get open. . . ..