3 players Rams should fear Cardinals selecting at No. 1 in 2019 NFL Draft
Here are three players the Los Angeles Rams should fear the Arizona Cardinals will select with the No. 1 pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.
In less than a month, the Los Angeles Rams will be participating in the 2019 NFL Draft to help fill a few needs on both sides of the football.
Whether it involves adding another safety since Eric Weddle isn’t getting any younger or simply bringing on depth for the offensive line to be ready for when Andrew Whitworth decides to call it a career, the Rams have plenty of options to consider at the end of April.
Not to mention, Los Angeles will be keeping an eye on their rivals from the NFC West to see which players they may have to worry about in the division, including the Arizona Cardinals with the top overall pick.
Around this time last year, the Cardinals were hoping to get back on track as a contender in the NFC after signing a short-term answer at quarterback in Sam Bradford before eventually drafting Josh Rosen in the first round.
One year later, Arizona finds themselves with the No. 1 pick after a horrendous 2018 campaign, and the crazy thing is the team is even considering the possibility of going with a new quarterback since they don’t seem to be 100 percent sold on Rosen under center.
As great as it can be to earn the top pick in the draft following a year of disappointment, the Cardinals also face a great deal of pressure since they don’t want to go with a player they’ll regret selecting later on, although the team really can’t go wrong with this year’s options.
Los Angeles knows that no matter what, one of this year’s top prospects will end up in Arizona, so in honor of the upcoming draft, here are three players the Rams should fear the most when it comes to possibly joining the Cardinals.