The hits keep on coming for the Los Angeles Rams and their offensive line as both C Brian Allen and RT Rob Havenstein suffered injuries in Week 10 Taylor Rapp Los Angeles Rams Jerseys , with neither returning to the contest. Allens MCL injury is season-ending, while Havenstein is expected to miss at least Week 11.The offensive line is currently in rough shape, even without the injuries as the regression has hit ten-fold. LG Joseph Noteboom was lost to an ACL injury weeks ago and now Austin Blythe and David Edwards have been required to play a bunch of different spots on the line, disallowing any opportunity to build continuity or comfort for whichever lineman remain.The Rams have essentially no choice but to look outside of the building for help. After scouring the free agent market, here are the best options:RT Jermey ParnellParnell is a 33-year-old tackle (primarily right side) whos started 64 games in his 9-year career, but has 111 games of experience in total. Parnell has played for a bevy of teams which includes the New Orleans Saints, Miami Dolphins, Dallas Cowboys, and most recently the Jacksonville Jaguars. Parnell was with the Jaguars with all three of EDGE Dante Fowler Jr., CB Jalen Ramsey, and QB Blake Bortles. Parnell has flashed a lot of solid play over the years Los Angeles Rams Jerseys 2019 , but is obviously long in the tooth as his career is dwindling down to its inevitable end. He still possesses a mean-streak as a nasty run-blocking offensive tackle.OG Josh GarnettGarnett is a former first-round draft pick by the divisional rival San Francisco 49ers. Garnett was a massive disappointment, being released only three years into his rookie contract (one of which was lost due to a season-ending knee injury). Garnett only has 22 games of experience (11 starting), signaling there could be some untapped potential there, but the chances arent very great.OG Shawn LauvaoLauvao is the one player the coaching staff is actually familiar with as he spent five years with the Washington Redskins from 2014-2018. His inability to stay healthy has always been an issue, but Luavao was always a starter for the Redskins when healthy and proved to be an average player which is more than the Rams can say about their offensive lineman right now. Lauvao is another veteran option as a 32-year-old with 99 games (90 started) of experience.OG Jonathan CooperCooper like Garnett is a former first-round pick who never panned out as expected. Hes spent time with nearly a quarter of the league, bouncing from team-to-team as a career journeyman. Along the way, Cooper scooped up 46 games of experience, 31 of which he started. The 29-year-old is nothing more than a veteran stop-gap at this point, but does offer a body capable of stepping in for short spurts of time. 3ks report card for the Rams 2019 draft haul"Well, its done.The Los Angeles Rams navigated the 2019 NFL Draft to come up with this draft class:2019 NFL Draft LA Rams OrderRd#Rd#PickPlayerPOSSchoolRd#Rd#PickPlayerPOSSchoolWashington Huskies S Taylor Rapp61st overall pickRams fan grade: B3ks grade: A-You might have been able to justify this pick at 31. You certainly could have after the Rams traded down to 45. And to 56. And then to 61.The Rams traded down three times to begin their draft class stacking up mid-draft picks en route to taking Rapp. While Im not taking the value of the added draft capital into consideration for this pick, I have to take into consideration where in the draft it occurred.To get a player of Rapps skill level and production outside the top 60 at a position of upcoming (and only upcoming based on how long S Eric Weddle can deny his eventual decline) roster gap has to slide into the A range.Memphis Tigers RB Darrell Henderson70th overall pickRams fan grade: B3ks grade: A-*Obviously 2019 Taylor Rapp Los Angeles Rams , there are two sides to this pick.On one, its a selection in a vacuum. In that aspect, its a very good pick. The Rams got a top running back prospect in the part of the draft you should take top running back prospects. Yes the Rams had to trade up in order to get here, but it was a package of two picks in the 90s. In and of itself, a fine pick worthy of a second A- grade.On the other side, an asterisk. One that notes that a year ago, this pick would have been unthinkable. Hell, heading into Week 15 last December it would have been unthinkable. But credit the Rams for treating things (privately...) with the sincerity it now obviously deserves. The Rams cant rely on Todd Gurley the way they have before. Their hands forced, the Rams had to have a running back that would limit Gurleys action. They never trusted Malcolm Brown to be that back. They werent willing to commit to C.J. Anderson to be it. In the end, Henderson is the best option of the bunch. Its just a shame that the best option wouldnt have even been an option until recently.When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. When it gives you rotten lemons Taylor Rapp Los Angeles Rams Jerseys , buy lemonade.Michigan Wolverines CB David Long79th overall pickRams fans grade: A3ks grade: AI really like this pick, but its somewhat conditional on how the Rams play next offseason. Aqib Talib, Marcus Peters, Troy Hill, Dominique Hatfield, Kevin Peterson and Donte Deayon are all scheduled to become free agents. The only outside cornerback on the Rams heading into the draft not scheduled to become a free agent next year is Darious Williams.So part of my A grade for Long is conditional on finding the right pairing for him. I think that could be Peters. I wouldnt be opposed to an option not on the team right now as well. But it has to be a talent match that pairs more fluid skills with Longs direct physicality. The Rams had a pairing like that that was one of the best in the NFL with Janoris Jenkins and Trumaine Johnson. The Rams opted not to pay either on a multi-year contract but have rebuilt their cornerback depth chart well nonetheless.On his own, Longs a fine addition to the CB depth chart. But the 2020 CB depth chart is going to require significant work either in retention (something the Rams have been hesitant to do in meeting market rates for defensive backs in the last handful of years) or in adding new talent.Longs production and performance might depend more on that upcoming work than his individual development alone.Oklahoma Sooners OT Bobby Evans97th overall pickRams fans grade: B3ks grade: C-Evans isnt a bad prospect and the value here is fine. Im just not sure I get it.Is he a project the Rams intend to develop as a possible replacement for LT Andrew Whitworth? If so, two things. One, Im not a huge fan of his skill set for this line at the position. Hes a bit more of a plodder than an athlete, and Im dont think thats at all what we need at LT. Second, I dont feel comfortable at all with the idea of a long-term LT solution coming at #97. If he pans out Los Angeles Rams Jerseys Stitched , thats fine. But a starting left tackle role is one that deserves more of an investment.Is he a right tackle? Many suggested so going into the draft. We just signed RT Rob Havenstein to a long-term extension. Not sure that makes much sense.The obvious option here would be to kick him inside to right guard, but at what time? Does RG Austin Blythe get this year and then the Rams move to Evans? Was Blythe so bad as to require a replacement option and not get a second year to prove his viability beyond Sullivan alongside him?I dunno, this one just seemed a bad fit for skill, value and timing. Evans is the kind of prospect that for another team at another pick at another time could get an A. But not for the Rams, not at #97 and not in 2019.Washington Huskies DT Greg Gaines134th overall pickRams fan grade: B3ks grade: AThis one sounds like a prospect the Rams isolated at value late in the draft for a specific role. Now well have to see how sincere General Manager Les Snead was in his comments last night, but it certainly sounds like hes going to be given the initial chance to earn the spot vacated by DL Ndamukong Suh leapfrogging DL Sebastian Joseph-Day.If the Rams truly did get an immediate starter here, thats a B at a minimum. To get one on the D-line brings it up at least one notch to B+. But Ill buy Gaines skill-set ESPECIALLY with DL Aaron Donald next to him.Now one thing Id note? His limitations. Hes not athletic and hes not quick. Hes a run-blocking offensive lineman at DT. But he can learn a TON from DL Michael Brockers and help immediately in the run. He might be a deficiency in the pass game early on, but the Rams have room for that.Wisconsin Badgers OT David Edwards169th overall pickRams fans grade: B3ks grade: B-Its hard/unfair to grade picks once you get this deep in the draft. Yes, Edwards might compete for OL depth. Yes, he will certainly compete for special teams work.But what are we even grading here? His OL skills? If they were better, he would have gone in the top 150. So I cant give him a grade on that spectrum alone. Hes being drafted at 169. Hes a fine candidate for 169. See you in camp.Penn State Nittany Lions S Nick Scott243rd overall pickRams fans grade: B3ks grade: ?Texas Tech Red Raiders LB Dakota Allen251st overall pickRams fans grade: A3ks grade: ?243 and 251? Cmon...theres no rubric here.I GIVE THEM BOTH A+s.Overall Grade: B+For the last two drafts Taylor Rapp black jersey , the Rams have suffered, in a good way, from the condition of their roster. Theyve not needed any starters. Theyve not needed to draft for immediate talent. And theyve not needed to draft at positions of top value.Credit General Manager Les Snead for getting them to that point, but also acknowledge the level of difficulty is much lower then.I gave last years class a B+. They had very little impact outside of special teams.Im giving this years class. They might well have very little impact outside of special teams.And when we hit the three-year mark on both, there might not be many left from either class to re-grade at a time when we do so based on how theyve panned out in the NFL and not based on projections and conjecture.So much like roster needs, these grades are VERY different than say the grades for the Oakland Raiders draft class. Or the Arizona Cardinals. Their draft classes need to come in and immediately contribute. Three years in, theyll need their classes to lift their teams. Thats just not the case with the Rams and our last two classes.And thats a good thing.But as I look at it for a roster that already has the immediate contributors and has invested in the young and mid-level veterans to lift the team, its a fine draft that can fill some roster gaps beyond 2019 and perhaps hit on a talent or two to develop in their own right.The worst thing you can do is force a draft. Try cramming a square peg through a circular hole and youre left with shrapnel.Snead has done a fine job playing the last two drafts for what they were. He knew where the team was, build-wise. He knew where they were time-wise. And he knew the best approach wasnt to force it.And knowing is half the battle.