NFL Draft Grades: Rams Are Big Winners In NFC West (Video)

The 2012 NFL Draft moves into its final day on Saturday afternoon with rounds 4-7. In the NFC West, the Rams are leading the way with one of the best drafts of any team in the league. The rest of the NFC West teams aren't doing as well, but then again they weren't armed with the picks the Rams were.

Check out SB Nation's NFL Draft grades, and view the video for more analysis.

Rams: Huge fan of this one, too. Michael Brockers is a future starter. Brian Quick has the physical tools to be very good with Sam Bradford. Add in Janoris Jenkins (boom-or-bust), Isaiah Pead (solid running back value) and Trumaine Johnson (All-American). That's some serious talent.

Cardinals: Michael Floyd and Jamell Fleming through two picks. Floyd is the biggest impact.

Seahawks: I had Seattle at a D following Round 1. They move up a little here. Bruce Irvin still seems like a stretch in Round 1, but Bobby Wagner, linebacker out of Utah State, was taken at the right spot. Russell Wilson is also worth the risk in the 3rd round. Teams are desperate for quarterbacks.

49ers: A.J. Jenkins is a decent pick but 61 seemed a little high for LaMichael James. Who is he supposed to beat out? I'm just not sure I see the need here. I suppose teams in the NFC Championship game can take luxury picks.

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NFL Draft 2012: NFC West Day 2 Grades (via sbnation)

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