If the Rams are going to compete with divisional powerhouses Seattle and San Francisco, they have to add another dynamic playmaker on offense, as well as ensure that they protect Sam Bradford, who they've committed to as their franchise quarterback. The Rams own the second (from Washington in RGIII trade) and 13th overall picks, but it wouldn't be surprising to see them trade that second pick to a team looking for a franchise quarterback. This could land them with multiple valuable picks and plenty of flexibility to address the following needs.
The entire Rams offensive line could face be dismantled this offseason, and tackle could be ...
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