Los Angeles Rams: 4 grades for the NFC West after the 2018 NFL Draft
By Steve Rivera
With the 2018 NFL Draft finally in the books, we can take a look to see who in the NFC West, especially the Los Angeles Rams, may have won the draft, and who may not have. Either way, the West looks to have gotten tougher as quarterback play got better in Arizona.
Mercifully, the 2018 NFL Draft is in the books, and all that is left, especially in the NFC West, is to figure out how the division stacks up against the Los Angeles Rams.
Good, bad, somewhere in between?
The quick analysis is never what it ultimately ends up being. All four teams made moves that will ultimately benefit them one way or another.
For instance, the Rams added depth all over the place, especially on the offensive line and at linebacker.
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Seattle added a running back early, and what was clearly a fan and media favorite late on Saturday.
San Francisco has a plan and stuck with it, after adding the best free agent of 2018.
And the Arizona Cardinals drafted maybe the one guy who changes the division sooner, rather than later.
At the end of the day the NFC West once thought left for dead after the 2017 season, managed to reinvent itself into maybe the best quarterback division in the league while being one of the youngest at key skill positions.
For fans in LA, the Rams may now be part of the best division in the National football League.