2010 NFL Draft Grades: Rams Get A 'C+', Sam Bradford Gets An 'A'

SB Nation's Rams community, Turf Show Times, says the Rams first pick, QB Sam Bradford, gets a big A.

There is no position more important in the sport of football than the quarterback.  While any of us could argue that there were opportunities to improve the team to a larger degree in picking someone else, drafting Bradford provides a significant upgrade at, again, the most important position in the sport.  Considering the Suh alternative, it would be hard to argue that Bradford will have less impact in a game for the Rams than Suh will have in a game for the Lions.

While they're excited about the draft, there are definitely some flaws. The final grade for the entire class was a C+.

It's hard to get incredibly excited by this draft.  When you get a pair of TEs and a pair of CBs, that's not exactly the recipe for a flashy draft.  Still, with Bradford at the helm, things already look better for the Rams.

Here are all of the Rams picks:

QB Sam Bradford

OT Roger Saffold

CB Jerome Murphy

WR Mardy Gilyard

TE Mike Hoomanawanui

DE Hall Davis

TE Fendi Onobun

DE Eugene Sims

CB Marquis Johnson

DE George Selvie

LB Josh Hull

Read the lengthy analysis of each player over at Turf Show Times.

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