NFL Mock Draft 2012: Justin Blackmon's Scouting Report Looks Perfect For St. Louis Rams, Browns

Justin Blackmon and the St. Louis Rams have been connected semi-permanently from the moment the Rams traded their No. 2 pick to the Washington Redskins, and for good reason: He's always made sense, even back when he was an overdraft. With Matt Kalil probably out of the picture at No. 6 and Cortland Finnegan anchoring the secondary, he's now the only player that makes sense. SB Nation's new YouTube channel makes this point in their Justin Blackmon video scouting report:

A reliable possession receiver who could stretch defenses and come in and start immediately? Sounds pretty good to me, and I'm not even Sam Bradford! The report, of course, makes the other point while it's at it: He'll have to get past the Minnesota Vikings and the Cleveland Browns before the Rams have a chance at him.

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