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Infant David Long Jersey - panxing18 - 05-27-2019

It’s go time!"WhiteSections 2019 offseason2019 free agency2019 NFL DraftFull ArchiveLibrary 2019 NFL calendar2019 Rams regular season sched2019 Rams preseason schedMasthead Community Guidelines NFL Odds StubHub 鉁?019 NFL Draft2019 NFL Draft: Los Angeles Rams Mock V1New Infant David Long Jersey ,28commentsIt’s go time!CSTShareTweetShareShare2019 NFL Draft: Los Angeles Rams Mock V1Kirby Lee-USA TODAY SportsLet’s just for a moment realize the fact that I didn’t bother with V1 mock draft in November. Those days, we can only hope, are long gone. This is easily the most speculative time of the year for NFL teams. I dare you to find another period of time where you’d hear the Rams want to trade Todd Gurley and sign Le’Veon Bell in his place. Seriously.Luckily, that makes this first version a little easier, and a little more fun to play around with. We don’t know who the team will re-sign, or who they’ll target in free agency. We don’t even know if they’ll keep the picks they have until April. IThis is truly schrodinger's mock draft. For those of you who are new to my mocks, there are only a few simple rules:No trades. I made a deal with Les - he does the trading, I do the mock drafting.I try to use Dan Kadar’s latest mock as my baseline for the picks in front of the Rams. Show SB some love, ya’ll.I try and add one round each version, as things start to clear up on the roster.I fully expect at least one person to rant about my stupid choices in the comments. Don’t disappoint me.So, let’s begin:Round 1, Pick 31: T.J. Hockenson, TE David Long Jersey nfl draft , IowaPlease see my last bullet point above! Somebody will find it useful. Look, this is kind of a guilty pleasure pick (leave it to McShay simultaneously steal my thunder, yet also get it wrong). But I would not be surprised if the Rams looked to upgrade post Tyler Higbee, who’s in a contract year. They went after Tyler Eifert last year, and I still maintain in my gut that Evan Engram would be a Ram if he was available in the draft, Young Gerald be damned.So, why do the Rams want to go with Hockenson here? It’s pretty simple. Think about the Rams offense with Todd Gurley. They love to run outside, they run a zone scheme, they love play-action and they love to attack intermediate routes through the air. Hockenson is the perfect - and I mean perfect - fit for that:The highlight of Hockenson’s game is his run blocking skills. Make no mistake about it - you’re going to hear plenty of hyperbolic words thrown out until April. He’s made it his life’s mission as a run blocker to straight up destroy humankind.Hockenson’s ability to block on the edge is truly special and is something that the Rams will covet. That’s a key reason for this pick, but what boosts him over other, more obvious choices is how he would fit in as a receiver; sure handed, quick and technically sound. Don’t tell me you don’t see this play and instantly think of a Rams PA special, except this time Goff is throwing to a 6-5 Robert Woods Jersey , 250lb tight end with a step on a safety:#FreeToddGurley #YearOfTheTightEndRound 3, Pick 94: Khalen Saunders, NT, WIU*The Rams traded this pick to Jacksonville for Dante Fowler, but a highly expected comp pick would return this to LA.This is a tough pick to mock months out before the draft, but here we go. Silently, I think the Rams opening at NT (pending what happens to Ndamukong Suh) is one of the most glaring holes on the roster. Whether or not Suh stays, the Rams are shockingly light here. Saunders obliterated against weaker competition and didn’t miss a beat in the senior bowl:Backflips aside, Saunders has size to anchor, moves to provide interior pass rush, and he’s able to utilize his natural leverage to move people around. Remind you of anyone?With that said, I think he’s hard to pass up here, even if he’s a rotational guy. Round 3 Andrew Whitworth Jersey , Pick Comp: Joe Giles-Harris, ILB, Duke*The Rams are expected to get two compensation picks here, apparently because both Sammy Watkins and Trumaine Johnson are now very rich.Giles-Harris is the modern day inside linebacker. He’s a decent size (240lb), and is quick enough to be able to play as a modern 3-down back. He was the team MVP last year and earned First Team All-ACC honors in 2017.He’s extremely fluid in coverage and shows great aptitude here, which makes him valuable in the nickel dominated world NFL defenses. He’s a great downfield attacker and while he isn’t much of a blitzer, he shows an understanding of what’s in front of him and has 8.5 career sacks in three years with Duke. The biggest knock is that despite his size, he’s not consistently able to shed blocks. If you watched the Rams linebackers in 2018, that won’t thrill you, but it’s nothing you haven’t seen before. His tackling, coverage skills and football IQ make him a good snag here, even if it’s just as a special teams player.Los Angeles Rams vs. Los Angeles Chargers: Matchups to watch The Los Angeles Rams are off to their best start in 17 years and will look to further their lead in the NFC West standings.Their cross-town rivals in the Los Angeles Chargers are likely an inferior opponent when the roster is broken down, though their consistent injury crisis doesn’t help at all. With DE Joey Bosa being ruled out of the game Cory Littleton Jersey , the Rams’ offensive lineman's jobs just became slightly easier.Let’s take a look at the matchups to watch for in this game:LT Andrew Whitworth/RT Rob Havenstein vs OLB Melvin IngramMelvin Ingram is one of the best pass rushers in the league. Luckily for the Rams, Andrew Whitworth is also one of the best in the league - though his job is the exact opposite of Ingram. With Joey Bosa ruled out, the Chargers will rely heavily on Ingram (1.5 sacks last week) and blitzes to try and affect QB Jared Goff. Since Ingram moves around the formation, both Whitworth and Rob Havenstein will need to be ready for battle come Sunday.CB’s Marcus Peters/Aqib Talib vs WR’s Keenan Allen/Mike WilliamsThis is going to be one of the funnest battles of the entire week three NFL slate. Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib both have plenty of familiarityplaying the Chargers as both were division rivals for years. In four years of battles with QB Philip Rivers, Talib only registered one interception though his shutdown coverage ability has been among the leagues best. Peters is a different enigma as he logged four interceptions and a forced fumble in six games against the chargers. Both corners will need to be on their p’s and q’s facing one of the best WR’s in the league in Keenan Allen.Rams’ DL vs Chargers’ OLThe Rams’ defensive line has been as advertised: simply dominant. They’ve been so good that the opponents’ gameplans have been to simply get rid of the ball as quick as possible and avoid the punishment the Rams’ defensive line is capable of dishing out. As good as that formula has been for the Rams the first two weeks, it’s time to make hay. Philip Rivers loves to drop back in the pocket and throw the ball to every level. The Rams’ defensive line will finally get the chance to actually rush the passer and accumulate some sacks.WR Brandin Cooks vs CB Casey HaywardBrandin Cooks is the top dog for the receiving core. Casey Hayward is the top dog for the Chargers’ secondary. This is going to be one hell of a battle from two brilliant football players. Look for both sides to win some battles, though Cooks has shown a penchant for making huge plays with the Rams in his first two games.K Sam Ficken vs. himselfSam Ficken is a clear step down from the pro bowl kicker that is Greg Zuerlein. Ficken went 2-for-3 last season with the Rams with a long of just 23 yards. Ficken also went 4-for-5 on extra points. Ficken seemed improved this preseason going 2-for-2 on field goals and 2-for-2 on extra points. Let’s see how Ficken fares in his first regular season game back.ILB Cory Littleton/SS Marqui Christian vs RB Austin EkelerMany people will ask: why not RB Melvin Gordon? Well, I think Ekeler is the more explosive/dangerous player. Gordon is only averaging 5.9 yards per touch with Ekeler averaging 9.3 yards per touch. Ekeler is much more shifty and dangerous as a receiver and Rivers loves to check the ball down. Look out for Littleton and Christian to be in coverage most of the game.