St. Louis Rams 2014 NFL Draft Wrap-up

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May 8, 2014; New York, NY, USA; Greg Robinson (Auburn) poses for a photo with commissioner Roger Goodell after being selected as the number two overall pick in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft to the St. Louis Rams at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

After months upon months upon months of planning, evaluating, analyzing, doubting, confirming, re-evaluating, and speculating, the draft is finally over and done with. With all of the picks selected and most likely to be signed in the coming weeks, we (as analysts), must go out and analyze every single pick and go through where teams may or may not have gone wrong in their individual selections and list some possible solutions or corrections.

In this article I will be highlighting the selections of the second selector in the draft: the St. Louis Rams. For the Rams, the past couple of seasons have seen varying levels of success, but have been highlighted by top picks in the draft. This year is no exception to that rule as the Rams did obtain the #2 and #13 picks in the draft. The selection of OT Greg Robinson was quite expected, however the other St. Louis Rams selections were a little less anticipated. Through my analysis I will be breaking down every single Rams’ pick in the draft and seeing where they went right and where they went wrong.

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  • Gary Stewart

    for the most part i agree except the joyner and mason picks joyner makes more sense than alot of the other corners due to his ability to also play free safety and as a result the mo alexander gaines etc leaves the rams versatility to interchange players on obvious run or pass downs. as for mason he is almost a clone of a rb as stacy but stacy has yet to prove his durability and cunningham while flashing his high yards per carry did it against a porous bears and colts defense i fully expect mason to beat out cunningham for #2 on the rb depth chart and to adequately lessen the load on zac while gaining yards in the 4.5 ypc range!! point of reference on joyner, we have gregg williams as the DC and hybrids are what he loves i plan to save the article and look you up round december to see who was closer to right on these 2 players mason and joyner!!

  • Rick Talley

    Joyner is a special player. He’s the type of guy you want to go to war with: a Tyrann Matheiu clone. It would have been nice to pick up a OLB, but I believe Ray Ray Armstrong will be ready for showtime