Not the order we should draft, but by our need by position. I say CB...WR...OT...DT...OLB...C
CB: How many games must be lost to both big and small WR's to convince you? Ravens rookie WR Torrey Smith set an NFL record that might never be broken by having all 3 of his 1st ever NFL catches go for TD's. If that doesn't make you wretch reading that, you are not a Rams fan. We desperately need a healthy #1 CB. (and a #2 as well, our CB's suk)
WR: We all are quite aware of our need here, I put it at 2 because we are worse off at CB. Also, an offense can win games with a running game, but to get burned for quick points because of horrible CB's, and those late game winning drives, puts a big L next to the game for us.
OT: A true left OT would allow Saffold to move to RT, giving Sam good protection without having to adjust the offensive scheme to hold back RB's and TE's just to block on a consistant basis.
DT: A great DT would not only make Long and Quinn better because of drawing double teams, but also makes the LB's better by closing holes and the CB's and DB's better by a good pass rush. Only the CB position is of greater need for us on defense.
OLB: This has been like a wound that never heals. Will Witherspoon left a big hole when he was traded that still has yet to be filled. Another rookie, Demarco Murray, set the Cowgirls single game rushing record of 253 yards, so both DT and OLB are serious needs.
C: After starting writing this I saw that our overpaid center was cut, good riddance. Apparently Fisher has a secret web cam in my room....or he also knows center is a big problem for us.
That is my list, I realize drafting can't always go by need, so I thought I would see how other people rank our need by position.