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Welcome back friends, here’s the rundown for today:
At the top of the show we took a look at the 2014 schedule for the Rams. It seems to go from manageable to maniacal and back to manageable. However, the year-to-year parity in the NFL makes forecasting strength of schedule in April is a bit dubious.
Next up we had a chance to speak with Kevin Massare regarding Buffalo Bulls draft prospect Khalil Mack. I personally believe that Mack is on an epically short list of players the Rams are considering at pick two. In fact, I’ll go as far as to call him the favorite if the Rams don’t trade down.
Kevin gave us some great background on Mack and also provided some insight on current Ram, and former Buffalo Bill, Alex Carrington.
If you’re looking for more info on Mack, Carrington, or Buffalo sports of any kind, here are a few places where you can find Kevin’s work.
After our talk with Kevin, we kicked off our first annual Rams Addiction Mock Draft Round table. Today’s episode has picks 1-12. Feel free to follow along with the picks below as you listen to exactly how and why they happened. Be sure to post your outrage in the comments section below.
2. Cleveland Browns (Carl):Sammy Watkins WR Clemson
3. Jacksonville Jaguars (Matt):Khalil Mack OLB Buffalo
4. St. Louis Rams (Anthony):Greg Robinson OT Auburn
5. Oakland Raiders (Tim): Jake Matthews OT Texas A&M
6. Atlanta Falcons (Craig):Anthony Barr OLB UCLA
7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Mike):Odell Beckham Jr. WR LSU
8. Minnesota Vikings (Paul):Teddy Bridgewater QB Louisville
9.Buffalo Bills (Carl): Taylor Lewan OT Michigan
10.Detroit Lions (Tim): Justin Gilbert CB Oklahoma State
11.Chicago Bears (David): Aaron Donald DT Pittsburgh
12.New York Giants (Matt): Eric Ebron TE North Carolina
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