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Much like some other teams on this list, the St. Louis Rams did a solid job recognizing and filling specific needs throughout their roster.
None more so than the wide receiver position. St. Louis picked up both Brian Quick and Chris Givens in the draft. Quick, a second-round pick from Appalachian State, has shown tremendous talent and is going to be relied on a great deal as a rookie.
In fact, Steven Jackson had the following to say about his teammate:
"Over the next six weeks, he's going to have to work real hard to be prepared for a long season, because we're going to lean on him, lean heavily on him."
That is some high expectations to place on a rookie receiver coming from a small-school. That being said, I under the belief that Quick is more than ready for the challenge. He has all the physical tools necessary to be a dominating figure on the outside, even as a rookie.
St. Louis also added former Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants receiver Steve Smith in free agency.
At the very least, Sam Bradford should have some more consistent weapons to throw to at wide receiver.