What’s up, Rams’ fam? Hoping this fine humpday evening finds you well. Not much crackalackin’ in the NFL today, so I thought I’d open things up a bit.
Those silly Washington Capitals did that silly D.C. sports thing last night, and I won’t be able to watch them for a while. Dagger.
But we’ve got a Game 7 on the slate this evening: St. Louis Blues v. Dallas Stars, with an 8p ET puck drop.
Later on this evening (10:30p ET), Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors will make miraculous shots against the visiting Portland Trailblazers. It’s inevitable.
You tuning into both?
Take Your Positive Outlook and Shove It
Mike Clay, ESPN (formerly PFF) fantasy analyst dropped his projected 2016 season ending rankings this afternoon. It wasn’t pretty...
Oh. It’s whatever. Plenty of people probably flip flop the Rams and 49ers all the time. It’s not like they’re bound to have one of the worst records in th...
Updated projected 2017 draft order:— Mike Clay (@MikeClayNFL) May 11, 2016
1. Browns 2. Rams 3. 49ers 4. Titans 5. Dolphins 6. Eagles 7. Bucs 8. Falcons 9. Ravens 10. Jaguars
See Anything You Like?
NFL.com has a list of their best remaining free agents. Any players in particular you think might be able to help the Rams in 2016?
To save you a click (though there are plenty more), their Top 5 are:
Ryan Fitzpatrick (QB)
Arian Foster (RB)
Walter Thurmond (SS)
Greg Hardy (DE)
Anquan Boldin (WR)
The Rams, rather suddenly, have a slew of wide receivers at their disposal. I’d imagine six of them are on the active roster, which means the remainder are headed for the practice squad...or unemployment. Pick the six guys you see being able to line up for the Rams on Monday Night Football in Week 1...
Tavon Austin, Kenny Britt, Bradley Marquez, Pharoh Cooper, Mike Thomas, Brian Quick, Stedman Bailey, Wes Welker, Deon Long, Nick Toon, Kain Colter, Marquez North, Paul McRoberts, Nelson Spruce, Duke Williams