LA Rams see draft picks as bitcoins. Why don’t other NFL teams?

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Here we go again. The LA Rams have no draft picks is a social media trending phrase again. it’s the simple attempt to sleight the Rams organization for social media approval. For the record, the LA Rams boast eight draft picks in the 2022 NFL Draft. But let’s not let fact get in the way of social media shaming, right?

So, answer me this. What have other teams to show for their efforts from the 2022 NFL Draft? Well, for the LA Rams, they have added quarterback Matthew Stafford, running back Sony Michel, and now outside linebacker Von Miller. Now for the best part. Those veteran stars are playing for the Rams organization in 2021. How about that?

It’s relatively easy to pick out the fact that most NFL analysts do not understand how the LA Rams roster-building process works. Well, I won’t pretend to understand how it works either, but I can appreciate it for what it delivers. Driving a car does not require the intricate knowledge of how to build one. I appreciate a car. I appreciate the LA Rams’ process of building a winning NFL roster.

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Since the LA Rams have paired up general manager Les Snead and head coach Sean McVay, the duo has not struggled through a single losing season. That’s just five years and has led to Sean McVay’s 50th win. Surely the Rams cannot win without a first-round draft pick, can they?