Editor's note: NFL.com analysts and former NFL scouts Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks of the Move The Sticks Podcast share some of their college-scouting notes, including:
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No. 1 priority for Rams and Eagles in offseason: The Rams and Eagles paid a hefty price to move up in last year's draft to address their need at the quarterback position. While they QBs they selected have shown promise (the Eagles' Carson Wentz more so than Rams' Jared Goff), they have had more than their share of struggles this fall. This upcoming offseason will be very important for both organizations. Obviously, the Rams must first hire a new head coach but soon thereafter, the focus will shift to upgrading the talent around their young quarterback. The Eagles don't need to find a coach, but they do need to collect some talent to support Wentz.
The No. 1 priority for the Rams should be to upgrade the offensive line. They have given up 38 sacks (tied for sixth most) and they have the 31st ranked rushing offense (78.6 yards per game) in the NFL. If the Rams can add 2-3 quality starters on the O-line in the offseason, it will go a long way in aiding the development of their young signal-caller. They have other needs on offense, namely adding a true No. 1 pass-catcher, but they must start by addressing the line. The Titans have used this approach over the last couple years and it's turned their football team around.
The No. 1 priority for the Eagles should be upgrading the wide receiving corps. Jordan Matthews is a solid No. 3 wide receiver, but the rest of the receiving corps is very underwhelming. Ideally, I'd like to see the Eagles add 3-4 new receivers to their mix. I'd start with a veteran presence in free agency and then use two mid-round picks on pass-catchers. They need someone who can really stretch the field and a reliable middle-of-the-field target with strong hands and toughness. A physical, pounding running back would also be a welcome addition. If Lane Johnson can avoid any more suspensions, their offensive line is in pretty good shape. -- Daniel Jeremiah