The St. Louis Rams' 38-3 preseason-opening loss to the Indianapolis Colts is in the books, and while it might have just felt like another Rams game by point 30 it was also your first chance to see the Rams' haul from their supersized 2012 NFL Draft in action. Unfortunately, kicker (and No. 171st-overall-pick) Greg Zuerlein was the only one who got on the board, though I think it's fair to say that the loss wasn't exactly their fault.
So who impressed you most, in their limited action? Isaiah Pead was the player I was most excited to see, given his status as the Rams' running back of the future, but he got off to a very shaky start before moderating late. After that, you got reasonably sized looks at WR Chris Givens, CB Janoris Jenkins and Trumaine Johnson, and DT Michael Brockers, at least, in addition to Zuerlein, even if there wasn't quite as much Brian Quick as I was hoping for after Danario Alexander fell off the bottom of the earth again.
So with all that in mind, a poll—which of these 2012 NFL Draft picks impressed you most? (No cheating and selecting Andrew Luck.)
Which St. Louis Rams rookie had the most impressive debut?
Michael Brockers (20 votes)
Janoris Jenkins (37 votes)
Isaiah Pead (17 votes)
Trumaine Johnson (10 votes)
Chris Givens (12 votes)
... Greg Zuerlein (35 votes)
131 total votes