September 28, 2023
How Les Snead used all the first and second round picks as Rams GM

As it’s after the seventeenth week, Los Angeles Rams hold 37th overall pick and the 69th common election in 2023 NFL Draft, at the very least till the second day. Rams common supervisor Les Snead has already traded the 2023 first-round decide to Matthew Stafford as a part of the pack.

However Stafford is not the one quarterback Snead has traded a number of first-round picks to get, and he is not the one offensive participant the Rams have invested loads of draft capital into throughout his tenure as common supervisor.

If Snead follows his tendencies with re-elections in 2023, then it is safer to guess that an LA will add one other participant on offense than assuming the Rams will punch holes within the protection. At the least with the second spherical elections. And if the LA Rams use their second-round picks on an offensive participant, Snead will doubtless need to maintain including aptitude to their ability positions. Not on the offensive line.

It is a fundamental take a look at how the Rams have used all first- and second-round picks since Snead turned common supervisor in 2012. Picks in defensive tackles, first and second in offensive tackles, and even a first-round decide for a defender, Snead’s leanings have been way more one-sided beneath Sean McVay.

Not more than 4 first-round picks in quarterbacks, six gifted gamers added by first- or second-round picks, a Jalen Ramsey, and never a single offensive lineman since 2016.


First spherical: Commerce down 3, commerce down 6, select DT Michael Brockers

Runoff decide: WR Brian Fast, CB Janoris Jenkins, RB Isaiah Pead (traded)


First spherical: Commerce elevated from 16 to eight, select WR Tavon Austin, commerce decreased from 22 to 30, select LB Alec Ogletree

Second spherical: (used to commerce for Austin)


First spherical: LT Greg Robinson, DT Aaron Donald

Second spherical: commerce from 44 to 41, select DB Lamarcus Joyner


First spherical: RB Todd Gurley

Spherical two: Commerce down from 41 to 57, decide OT Rob Havenstein


First spherical: Commerce 15 to 1, select QB Jared Goff

Second spherical: Used to commerce


First spherical: Used to commerce in 2016

Spherical two: Commerce down from 37 to 44, select TE Gerald Everett


Spherical one: traded to WR Brandin Cooks

Spherical two: traded to WR Sammy Watkins


Spherical one: Commerce down from 31 to 45, commerce down from 45 to 56, commerce down from 56 to 61, select DB Taylor Rapp

Spherical two: traded to CB Marcus Peters


First spherical: traded to CB Jalen Ramsey

Spherical two: decide RB Cam Akers, decide WR Van Jefferson


First spherical: traded to CB Jalen Ramsey

Spherical two: decide WR Tutu Atwell


Spherical one: traded to QB Matthew Stafford

Second spherical: Traded to EDGE Von Miller


Spherical one: traded to QB Matthew Stafford

Second spherical: ???

Allow us to simplify this train as a lot as potential and never skip elements of those operations that aren’t included within the first or second spherical. For instance, the Rams traded a second and a 3rd for Von Miller, however for the needs of THIS train, we’ll solely rely how the Rams used the primary and second spherical picks.

Whole variety of gamers by place:

QB – 2 (4 first-round picks, one second-round decide)

RB – 3 (one first-round decide, two second-round picks)

WR/TE – 7 (two first-round picks, six second-round picks)

OL – 2 (one first-round decide, one second-round decide)

DL/EDGE – 3 (two first spherical picks, one second spherical decide)

ILB – 1 (first-round decide)

DB – 5 (two first spherical picks, three second spherical picks)

Offense: 8 first-round picks, 10 second-round picks

Protection: 5 first-round picks, 4 second-round picks

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