Well, now we get back at it again.
Day one of the draft saw the Rams add a top offensive lineman and later select, to some, the most underrated prospect in the draft. The consensus was clear, if the grades mean anything: the Rams had a celebrated evening. Find any list of winners/losers and either the Rams are in the former or NFC West QBs and offensive lines are in the latter. It's understandably leading to some enjoyable hyperbole if you're a Rams fan.
But now we turn our eyes to the second and third rounds. There are plenty of talented prospects available. You could argue that sifting out those prospects who won't make it from those who will be starting in 2017 and beyond is what will separate those general managers and head coaches who won't make it from those who will still have their jobs in 2017 and beyond.
As much as the depth of this draft has been lobbed over the fifth estate threshold, expect to see plenty of trades tonight. I personally wouldn't be surprised to see the Rams move around. So you might not want to spend too much time away from your media consumption device of choice (this is what we used to call televisions and computers).