Great article by Bernie There are also pragmatic concerns. When I spoke with Devaney on Saturday, he mentioned that McDaniels wants to make use of two tight-end sets and is excited by the thought of putting Kendricks and Big Mike Hoomanawanui on the field at the same time to exploit mismatches and create space for the outside receivers. Devaney was bugged by the suggestion that the Rams were negligent in not drafting a ’speed" wide receiver to stretch the defense. "There’s all different ways that you spread a defense out," he said. "You can spread them out vertically and horizontally. Wide receivers don’t have to be the ones stretching a defense all of the time. I think Josh used a great term in one of our meetings, about ’stressing’ a defense. Not just stretching it, but putting stress on a defense. And that’s what we’re trying to do, just by adding players who are multi-dimensional."