CINCINNATI, OH - OCTOBER 15: Isaiah Pead #23 and Anthony McClung #6 of the Cincinnati Bearcats celebrate after Pead scored a touchdown during the game against the Louisville Cardinals at Paul Brown Stadium on October 15, 2011 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
In case your forgot in all the Trent Richardson talk, the St. Louis Rams need a running back. They need a guy to pair with him, if not be his eventual replacement. Let's take a quick look at some options the team has with their collection of day-two picks.
Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati - I talked to Pead a little on Wednesday night, and then some more about him with Greg Cosell afterward. Is pretty good all-around player. Would be a useful addition, and the Rams could use his outside speed in 2012.
Chris Polk, Washington - More of a bowling ball between-the-tackles guy. He got worked into the passing game late, but showed well in that role.
Robert Turbin, Utah State - Another big guy, but he has questions about his speed.