St. Louis Rams Breakdown

Sam Bradford, it’s all on you my friend.  The Rams were able to add a ton of young talent thanks to the generous gifts from the Washington Redskins.  However, even with drafting the heralded young receiver Brian Quick, they may not have enough this year to make a real fantasy impact.

Stephan Jackson is still a viable number 2 fantasy running back, and Bradford still holds up as a low second – high third tier quarterback, but other than that they lack any known playmaker commodities.   Even with playing the in atrocious NFC West, the Defense leaves a lot to be desired.  The afore mentioned Quick and Danny Amendola make up the only real receiving threats on a fantasy level, with the possibility of Steve Smith sliding if he can win the number 2 receiver spot.

Much like the Colts, the Rams are building their program the right way to win long term in the NFL, but that means nothing in the Fantasy world for this season.  Stay away from the Rams core group of players, there is not much to be had, with the exception of a late round (10 and below) for Brian Quick.

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