Grading all of the Rams’ draft picks in the 2020 NFL Draft

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The 2020 NFL Draft was a pivotal one for the Los Angeles Rams, with them needing to fill some glaring holes on the roster. After seven rounds of excitement, the NFL Draft is completed and the Rams have put together an interesting haul of prospects.

Throughout the offseason, the Rams have gone through a complete overhaul on both sides of the ball. On offense, Todd Gurley and Brandin Cooks are no longer going to be focal points in the offense, with both of them joining new teams next season.

As for the defense, Cory Littleton, Dante Fowler, Eric Weddle, Clay Matthews, and Nickell Robey-Coleman are all gone after starting for the Rams in 2019. Due to the roster changeover in the offseason, Los Angeles knew that this year’s draft was shaping up to be a critical one for the franchise. With that being said, here are grades on all nine of the Rams’ draft picks in the 2020 NFL Draft.

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  1. Pretty good grading I would say.
    How the Rams cannot address the offensive line or ILB earlier in the draft is frustrating as a Rams fan. Taking a TE when we have a lot of talent at that position already is perplexing as well when there are gaping holes elsewhere.

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