The St. Louis Rams have been setback as a franchise thanks to the shoddy drafting of ex-GM Bill Devaney, who missed on a few top picks and failed to find value in later rounds. The franchise hopes that changes with new GM Les Snead and new coach Jeff Fisher, and it looks like they got off to a good start this weekend.
Evan Silva of Rotoworld gave the Rams a B+ grade for their 2012 Draft, noting ultimately that, "the Rams got much better over the course of the last three days." Silva praised the Rams for trading back twice after they missed on Justin Blackmon and still getting a player in Michael Brockers that they thought was a top 10 talent. He also liked the picks of Brian Quick, who the Rams reportedly graded as a first round pick, and Janoris Jenkins, who is one of the most talented players in the draft.
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