Just a thought, but Minnesota competes most directly against Green Bay, Detroit, and Chicago. Green Bay has the most prolific passing attack in the game. Detroit has Megatron and Stafford and now Chicago has Brandon Marshall to go with Jay Cutler. Minnesota's secondary is attrocious. They need corners to even begin to stand a chance in the NFC North. Their competition, team need, and BPA dictates that they take Morris Claiborne. Unless someone swoops in and trades with Cleveland, the next team that may be slightly interested in Kalil is Tampa Bay. But they don't have a dire need for a LT, and the most recent buzz I've heard is Keuchly going to Tampa Bay. Needless to say, if Kalil falls to 6, the Rams should be all over him. Overall draft could look like this:
1. Colts - Andrew Luck (QB)
2. 'Skins - RGIII (QB)
3. Vikes - Morris Claiborne (CB)
4. Browns - T-Rich (RB)
5. Bucs - Keuchely (LB)
6. Rams - Matt Kalil (LT) -dream come true.
IF the Rams somehow find themselves able to draft Kalil, then they HAVE to go receiver with the 33rd pick, and DT with the 39th pick. Then maybe a corner in the 3rd or maybe RB. Something like this:
1. Matt Kalil (LT)
2a. Reuben Randle (WR)
2b. Jerel Worthy (DT)
3. Janoris Jenkins (CB)
By the way, is it just me or does waiting for April 26th feel like waiting Christmas Day as a kid? You've asked for your dream present, now you have to sit around and wait to see what you get. The suspense is killing me!