Here are 2 different plans that I would be happy with if one of them happened this offseason:
Plan A: This plan is all about improving the offense and providing play-makers for Sam Bradford: First, have the Rams sign Dwayne Bowe in FA and then draft Blackmon with 2nd pick. Then look to get either Lamar Miller in the 2nd or LaMichael James in the 3rd. This will make the offense much more explosive and dangerous. I say Bowe as the targeted WR in FA due to the fact that I believe based on age and ability, he is the best available. Fisher seems to target OL in later rounds of his drafts, so that can be addressed there. Also, I'm sure there will be some FA O-Line that Fisher will go after, or maybe that CFL tackle that was signed will surprise everyone.
Plan B: This plan is predicated on Bowe not signing with the Rams and concentrating on overall team improvement: I would like to see them draft either Morris Claiborne or Kalil at 2 and then look for a WR in the 2nd round and a DT in the 3rd. The DT and OL can be address in FA and the draft depending on whatever direction Fisher and the new GM decide on.
I know these plans aren't very in-depth, but I would be very happy with something like these happening.
**A Note on the Justin Blackmon Comparisons**
I realize that comparisons are inevitable between players, but I find it odd that everyone keeps saying Blackmon is not as good as A.J. Green or Julio Jones. I know that if Blackmon had come out last year, he would have been rated behind them, BUT that was last year. Victor Cruz came out the year before Green and Jones and he had a fantastic season this year, but would have been rated very low compared to Green and Jones. Also, I think Jones benefits from White and Gonzalez while Green is a straight beast. I guess my point is that every year players will be rated differently, but no one truly knows which players will flop and which ones will be great. No one knows if Kalil or Luck will become an elite player in the NFL, but I think Blackmon is worthy of the #2 pick in the draft and has every chance to be an elite receiver at the pro level. He also fill the Rams greatest need in my opinion.