2013 NFL Mock Draft: St. Louis Rams Will Still Need Offensive Line Help

The existence of so much 2013 NFL Mock Draft analysis already, way back here in 2012, suggests that something about this year's NFL draft season must have left a particularly strong hangover. For St. Louis Rams fans and starting quarterbacks I can offer one suggestion, at least: The Rams, as solid as Les Snead's first draft was for Jeff Fisher, didn't really address the offensive line.

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Lucky for the Rams, they'll have a few options with which to address that in the first round of the 2013 draft. Mock drafters have already connected them to D.J. Fluker; Texas A&M's Jake Matthews, LSU's Chris Faulk, Florida's Jelani Jenkins, and Alabama's Barrett Jones are all possible first-rounders at this early juncture as well.

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And don't forget: The Rams have two first-round draft picks next year. You can thank the Washington Redskins for that.

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More NFL Draft coverage from SB Nation St. Louis:

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  • Here's a handy list of the St. Louis Rams' draft results, with scouting reports and analysis just a click or two away.
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  • Here's a very overgeneralized 2013 NFL Mock Draft designed specifically for Rams fans who want to begin complaining already.
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