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By Bill Lund




For Sam Bradford's sake, the Rams should think strongly about taking the draft' top offensive playmaker, Clemson receiver Sammy Watkins, at No. 2. Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images.
For Sam Bradford's sake, the Rams should think strongly about taking the draft' top offensive playmaker, Clemson receiver Sammy Watkins, at No. 2. Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images.


With the Rams re-signing Rodger Saffold, the offensive line is not as large of a need as originally thought. The Rams can select the best playmaker in the draft, Sammy Watkins. Why more people don't have Sammy Watkins going No. 2 is interesting. The tandem of Watkins and last year's first-round pick Tavon Austin would give Sam Bradford the best talent he has had to work with during his Rams tenure. Watkins has a great combinstion of size and elite speed, along with soft hands and big-play ability to be an impact for Bradford and the Rams. If St.Louis sits tight at No. 2, they still have the No. 13 pick to get an offensive lineman.