The St. Louis Rams were a dark horse pick to take a leap forward and challenge for a playoff berth in 2013.
However, the Rams were slow out of the gates, Sam Bradford was lost for the season due to a torn ACL and the Rams finished last in a loaded NFC West.
St. Louis holds two picks in the top 13 of the NFL Draft and 12 selections in total to help fill in the holes on their roster. They will have to find several solid contributors in order to track down the rest of the division, who all finished with at least 10 wins last season.
The Rams’ defense has one of the most fearsome pass rush units in the league. With some successful additions, the St. Louis defense could become one of the league’s best. Offensively, the Rams still need to address their offensive line and potentially add a game-breaking receiving option for quarterback Sam Bradford.
With 12 selections overall, the Rams should have plenty of chances to find contributors on both sides of the ball. Click here to read the full breakdown, and cast your ballot below for what you think the Rams should do with their two first round selections.