This has been true for going on three years now: Aside from Steven Jackson, there isn't a member of the St. Louis Rams who sits on the draft-worthy half of any 2012 fantasy football rankings. This shouldn't come as a shock unless you have your fantasy draft inside the Edward Jones Dome. But that's not to say that the Rams won't be a part of your team's strategy this year-just that they'll come into play when the waiver wire becomes important.
The Rams, after all, will have somebody catching the ball, at least in theory; Danny Amendola could emerge as an option again, so long as you get points for receptions, or Giants Steve Smith could remain healthy for more than a game or two. Lance Kendricks could have another big preseason and shoot undeservedly up tight end rankings again! Even beleaguered Sam Bradford is just a few solid weeks away from being somebody in your league's go-to option after his starting quarterback gets arrested for dogfighting in Week 2.
None of this is going to be very exciting on draft day, but if you're a Rams fan you're probably used to that by now. Just say "I draft Isaac Bruce forever" under your breath in the second round and hope nobody notices.