“Pressure pushing down on me, pressing down on you, no man ask for….” so begins Queen’s “Under Pressure”, the Sam Bradford theme song following the Rams the 2013 draft.
The 78th edition of the NFL Draft is in the books and what a ride it was. I noted winners and losers from the first and second days of the draft and now it’s time to see who I think did the best and worst jobs drafting as a whole.
The St. Louis Rams had eight picks in their arsenal heading into the 2013 NFL Draft. With needs at wide receiver, safety, running back and along the offensive line, Jeff Fisher and Les Snead could have taken the best available players and built for the future. However, the Rams front office did just the opposite, drafting a class that sends the following message to the NFC West and the league: we are ready to win, and win NOW.
The St. Louis Rams started the final day of the 2013 NFL Draft needing to find depth in the backfield, the secondary and on the offensive line. After making one trade and making three selections, the Rams added three players with great leadership skills to their roster.
The St. Louis Rams have made four picks so far, netting a pair of dynamic wide receivers, an athletic linebacker and a hard-hitting safety. Many experts have already begun singing […]
The second round of the 2013 NFL Draft is in the books. Rounds 2 and 3 were nearly as exciting as the first round with trades and big names going off the board throughout the night. Here are my winners and losers from the second day of the draft.
After hauling in a few playmakers in the first round of the NFL Draft, the St. Louis Rams front office used two third round selections to add much needed depth at two positions of need.
The St. Louis Rams orchestrated a pair of trades on Thursday, moving up to select West Virginia wide receiver Tavon Austin with the 8th overall selection and then trading down […]