Last edited by coldrolled; 02-28-2010 at 09:19 AM.
I would be happy with Bulaga bit I would be extremely pissed if Bruce Campbell was the pick...I used to like him but he is just like Taylor Mays...he has all the physical tools to play LT(sh*t he could play Tight end too) but he's just not good...he looks so lost out there most of the time...he is ok in pass protection but is down right horrible in the run game...I wouldn't touch him in the first....I might not even take him before the third...he's just not good
Offensive Linemen who could be gone by #18.
2. Detroit - Russell Okung, Oklahoma State
5. Kansas City -Bryan Bulaga, Iowa
8. Oakland - Bruce Campbell, Maryland
9. Buffalo - Anthony Davis
13. San Francisco - Trent Williams
17. San Francisco - Mike Iupati
note: Washington (#2), Denver (#11), Seattle (#14), New York Giants (#15), and Tennessee (#16) could also be in the mix for either a tackle or Mike Iupati (Denver and Tennessee for Iupati)
It really looks like an offensive linemen in the first may be out of the question without trading up. I think Trent Williams is too much like Willie Colon, and isn't a good left tackle prospect. I think you almost have to cross him off the list. I think Anthony Davis may be the most likely to fall to us at this point. If he's there, I think he has to be the pick. Boom or bust though, seems to be a bit of an immature kid.
plus if the rams pick a QB that will force another solid player toward the 18 pick.
--- Added 2/27/2010 at 08:58 PM ---
Rams are looking hard...
Rams to Meet With Bradford Tonight
Howard Balzer of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat reports that Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford will meet with the St. Louis Rams tonight.
"Rams will meet with Sam Bradford tonight. Bradford came off poised and personable with the media today. He has 'it'", Balzer posted to Twitter.
I can't believe this guys gets mentioned as someone the steelers would take at 18. I think others noticed how poorly he showed at the senior bowl. I think Kansas City was hoping Brandon Albert was going to possibly become a tackle and they took him early too. How did that turn out for them? I think the fact that they appear to be targeting a tackle this year means things didn't go so well. I am not trying to say he stinks or anything, but we got to do better than that at 18.
Iupati really only struggled when he wasn't in his natural left guard position. At LG he played fine.
He is a top 20 pick.
Earl will be there and a few other good defensive players for sure.
I like the pick for Earl Thomas.
If only Haden is picked as the top CB. Is Wilson or Robinson worth the #18
I still think Mays will be a good player at Safety/ILB/ST
--- Added 2/28/2010 at 07:41 AM ---
do we need a guard?
or do we need a tackle and flex one of our tackles to a guard position?
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