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TST Radio: Joe Curley "Rams Draft Recap" (5-11-17)

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Turf Show Radio returns with a bang. Misone Adiasor (@MightyOrMisone) and Josh Webb(@FightOnTwist) are joined by Joe Curley (@vcsjoecurley) of the Ventura County Star about the 2017 NFL Draft, who might surprise from the draft, how good can Los Angeles Rams HC Sean McVay and his offensive staff prove to be, and have they added enough quality talent at pass catcher positions over the last two drafts?

On this week's show, Misone and Josh discuss offense heavily, and who might play what role per position group. Also, Joe explores the long-term future of Rams QB Jared Goff and if he's secured with his roster spot beyond 2017. The guys dish out great questions, from what young receivers will step up? What should LA expect from second-round rookie TE Gerald Everett? Who will fill the role of that third RB spot? How invovled will the backs be behind lead RB Todd Gueley? And much more...

Joe also does a great job going into detail about a question he was going to ask Rams GM Les Snead in regards to the draft strategy they were using when selecting pass catchers with three of their first four picks only one year after selecting four pass catchers in the 2016 NFL Draft. He also explains how this year's crop of pass catchers are going to fill roles left behind by former players. 

Also on this week's show: The patience Rams fans as well as the coaching staff and front off should be more than willing to show with the development of a young team, that lacks veteran leaders at key positions on offense. The guys discuss the real possibility of things getting worse before they get better. But also discuss Jared Goff legitimately taking some nice sized steps forward. 

Enjoy and thanks for listening!

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