Logan Bruss, OG Pick #104 - 3rd Round

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Imagine an offensive line of :

LT- NoteBoom
LG-Edwards
C - Creed
RG- Bruss
RT - Haventstein

That would be like an injection of Viagra.

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Imagine if we drafted Brady at 198 instead of Matt Bowen. Jeeze. Can we end this Creed thing finally. That was my hope for the pick- but we didn’t pick him. Allen had a great year. We won the freaking Super Bowl. Holy macaroons smh
 

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Imagine if we drafted Brady at 198 instead of Matt Bowen. Jeeze. Can we end this Creed thing finally. That was my hope for the pick- but we didn’t pick him. Allen had a great year. We won the freaking Super Bowl. Holy macaroons smh
Personally, I let the Humphrey/Atwell thing go a long time ago but now you made me miserable over the Brady/Bowen fiasco.

Thanks a lot.
 

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Imagine if we drafted Brady at 198 instead of Matt Bowen. Jeeze. Can we end this Creed thing finally. That was my hope for the pick- but we didn’t pick him. Allen had a great year. We won the freaking Super Bowl. Holy macaroons smh
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Logan "Greyhound" Bruss. Or maybe Logan "School" Bruss. Either way can't wait to see him and Hav/Higs running some student body right. Have to think there's some good run results in our future this year with that Wisconsin right side plus a nasty 1-2 punch at RB.

Or maybe someone needs to get his jersey with just "Bus" on the back. :laugh2:
 

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I still have concerns about Noteboom. We’ve seen him in limited action. His run blocking still isn’t that good. Then figure how much have defensive coaches and edge rushers studied Joe and really tried to find his weaknesses. I won’t be comfortable with loss of Whitworth until about the fifth or sixth game of the season and see what Joe looks like after starting full games for several weeks.
 

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Logan "Greyhound" Bruss. Or maybe Logan "School" Bruss. Either way can't wait to see him and Hav/Higs running some student body right. Have to think there's some good run results in our future this year with that Wisconsin right side plus a nasty 1-2 punch at RB.

Or maybe someone needs to get his jersey with just "Bus" on the back. :laugh2:

What ? Light it up. Mary J is legal
 

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@bubbaramfan already providing us an early training camp report...Nice!

Well the film short of tells you that with his stiff arms.He has good hands.
Then you read about the size of his hands & it becomes more impressive.
I’ve noticed how holdingninnThe NFL is not called if you keep your hands inside.So could be a big benefit.
 

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What ? Light it up. Mary J is legal
I enjoy your posts, so I hope you don't take this the wrong way. But, most of the time, I have no idea what you are talking about. Or better yet, how it relates to the conversation. LOL.
 

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Rams considered trading up for Logan Bruss: 'We need this lineman, we need a starter'​

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Cameron DaSilva /May 11, 2022 5:58 am PT


You could tell the Los Angeles Rams were thrilled with landing Logan Bruss at No. 104 overall in the third round because Les Snead turned down offers to trade back and accumulate picks. Not only did he decline those offers, but he and Sean McVay considered trading up to make sure they could select Bruss in the third round.

A new behind-the-scenes video from the Rams’ “Inside The Draft” series showed McVay and Snead discussing the possibility of calling the Browns about the 99th overall pick. They chose not to, which worked out in their favor and allowed them to keep the sixth-rounder they would have traded.

“We gotta really ask ourselves, though, if we’re going to give up a sixth, is that not (worth it)?” McVay asked.

“Oh, is a sixth-round pick worth a starting guard? Yes. The answer is yes,” Snead replied.

McVay: “I know that. That’s what I’m saying. At what point are we bidding against ourselves, though? Do we need to get in front of any of these teams but also be aware that we’re not competing. … Should we call Cleveland? I would just say, what’s the worst thing for calling one of these teams? What’s the worst thing they’re going to say? In all seriousness, we have a guy that we identify, or do you say sit tight for the next six picks and trust it? But I know this: We’ve gotten to 98, it takes so little to get up there. Is it worth it? I’m just throwing out possibilities.

“We need this lineman. We need a starter.”

The Chiefs at No. 103 were the last hurdle in the Rams’ way. And McVay knew that as long as their pick wasn’t Bruss, the Rams would get their guy.

“This is going to work out exactly like we wanted to,” McVay said.

It’s obvious that McVay really liked Bruss, and that he’s not overly confident in the other guards the Rams have on the roster as they attempt to replace Austin Corbett. Bruss won’t be handed the starting job, but given the way the Rams are talking about him, he has a great chance to take the field in Week 1 between Rob Havenstein and Brian Allen.
 

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Rams considered trading up for Logan Bruss: 'We need this lineman, we need a starter'​

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Cameron DaSilva /May 11, 2022 5:58 am PT


You could tell the Los Angeles Rams were thrilled with landing Logan Bruss at No. 104 overall in the third round because Les Snead turned down offers to trade back and accumulate picks. Not only did he decline those offers, but he and Sean McVay considered trading up to make sure they could select Bruss in the third round.

A new behind-the-scenes video from the Rams’ “Inside The Draft” series showed McVay and Snead discussing the possibility of calling the Browns about the 99th overall pick. They chose not to, which worked out in their favor and allowed them to keep the sixth-rounder they would have traded.

“We gotta really ask ourselves, though, if we’re going to give up a sixth, is that not (worth it)?” McVay asked.

“Oh, is a sixth-round pick worth a starting guard? Yes. The answer is yes,” Snead replied.

McVay: “I know that. That’s what I’m saying. At what point are we bidding against ourselves, though? Do we need to get in front of any of these teams but also be aware that we’re not competing. … Should we call Cleveland? I would just say, what’s the worst thing for calling one of these teams? What’s the worst thing they’re going to say? In all seriousness, we have a guy that we identify, or do you say sit tight for the next six picks and trust it? But I know this: We’ve gotten to 98, it takes so little to get up there. Is it worth it? I’m just throwing out possibilities.

“We need this lineman. We need a starter.”

The Chiefs at No. 103 were the last hurdle in the Rams’ way. And McVay knew that as long as their pick wasn’t Bruss, the Rams would get their guy.

“This is going to work out exactly like we wanted to,” McVay said.

It’s obvious that McVay really liked Bruss, and that he’s not overly confident in the other guards the Rams have on the roster as they attempt to replace Austin Corbett. Bruss won’t be handed the starting job, but given the way the Rams are talking about him, he has a great chance to take the field in Week 1 between Rob Havenstein and Brian Allen.

Yeah - it just how high The Rams we’re on Bruss. To think Cleveland gave up Troy Hill for a 5th seems like a double win win situation.
 

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Rams considered trading up for Logan Bruss: 'We need this lineman, we need a starter'​

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Cameron DaSilva /May 11, 2022 5:58 am PT


You could tell the Los Angeles Rams were thrilled with landing Logan Bruss at No. 104 overall in the third round because Les Snead turned down offers to trade back and accumulate picks. Not only did he decline those offers, but he and Sean McVay considered trading up to make sure they could select Bruss in the third round.

A new behind-the-scenes video from the Rams’ “Inside The Draft” series showed McVay and Snead discussing the possibility of calling the Browns about the 99th overall pick. They chose not to, which worked out in their favor and allowed them to keep the sixth-rounder they would have traded.

“We gotta really ask ourselves, though, if we’re going to give up a sixth, is that not (worth it)?” McVay asked.

“Oh, is a sixth-round pick worth a starting guard? Yes. The answer is yes,” Snead replied.

McVay: “I know that. That’s what I’m saying. At what point are we bidding against ourselves, though? Do we need to get in front of any of these teams but also be aware that we’re not competing. … Should we call Cleveland? I would just say, what’s the worst thing for calling one of these teams? What’s the worst thing they’re going to say? In all seriousness, we have a guy that we identify, or do you say sit tight for the next six picks and trust it? But I know this: We’ve gotten to 98, it takes so little to get up there. Is it worth it? I’m just throwing out possibilities.

“We need this lineman. We need a starter.”

The Chiefs at No. 103 were the last hurdle in the Rams’ way. And McVay knew that as long as their pick wasn’t Bruss, the Rams would get their guy.

“This is going to work out exactly like we wanted to,” McVay said.

It’s obvious that McVay really liked Bruss, and that he’s not overly confident in the other guards the Rams have on the roster as they attempt to replace Austin Corbett. Bruss won’t be handed the starting job, but given the way the Rams are talking about him, he has a great chance to take the field in Week 1 between Rob Havenstein and Brian Allen.
Lol they watched the latest ‘Inside the draft’ and made a story from it.

If they really felt that they needed a starter on Oline then that tells you what they think of the backups abilities.
 

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Lol they watched the latest ‘Inside the draft’ and made a story from it.

If they really felt that they needed a starter on Oline then that tells you what they think of the backups abilities.
Well, Anchrum was hurt last yr. Shelton is at best a quality back up center and emergency OG. Evans has yet to break through and is in the last yr of his contract as is Edwards & Havenstein. So yes, they needed a starter.

At worst, he gets beat out by Anchrum who pulls a Brian Allen with his opportunity, but Bruss will be starting by 23' at worst.
 

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Well, Anchrum was hurt last yr. Shelton is at best a quality back up center and emergency OG. Evans has yet to break through and is in the last yr of his contract as is Edwards & Havenstein. So yes, they needed a starter.

At worst, he gets beat out by Anchrum who pulls a Brian Allen with his opportunity, but Bruss will be starting by 23' at worst.
I have no way of knowing this other from very far away in the free state of Florida but I can predict there will be a very big battle between Tremayne Anchrum who entering his 3rd TC & the newly arriving rookie Logan Bruss for the starting RG post.

Both TA & LB have played primarily RT in their college careers but LB has started @ RG six times & TE three times in his first 3 seasons out of four @ Wisconsin. This indicates very good versatility. This may end up being one of the better 3rd rd selections for Snead may be better than even Noteboom.

TA was a full-time RT with 37 starts with a Clemson team record of 2,516 career snaps played as permanent team captain, with two National Championship Games. Poor guy was raised with 3 sisters here in the deep south near me I bet he had to pee off the back porch a ton! TA was a starting OG in HS. He has the usual height for an NFL center being under 6-2 inches tall He has the overall arm length greater than most starting LT's in the NFL. TA has a very odd makeup for an OL'er. Large big 10 inch hands that would come in convenient in those close-in trench fights. BY now you might be thinking I am counting on TA to break out big in this Ram OL'er this season & you will be right.

Certainly would not bother me if the Rams big 3 Ram starting OG's in 2022 season end up being Edwards / Anchrum & Bruss!