In 2009, the Rams were horrid. They couldn't pass, they could only run through the sheer will of Steven "Action" Jackson, and they couldn't score a touchdown if they were on the one with eight downs.
Their disappointing, but unsurprising play resulted in the St. Louis Rams posting a 1-15 mark and being awarded the #1 overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft.
With that pick, the Rams took quarterback Sam Bradford out of the University of Oklahoma. Many draft pundits immediately declared it a wasted pick. Everyone thought he was too injury prone to last in the NFL.
Most (including myself) thought that the Rams should have invested that pick in Ndamukong Suh, the most hyped defensive lineman in over a decade.
How wrong we were.
Sam Bradford, along with second round pick Rodger Saffold, changed the trajectory of the entire St. Louis franchise, from cellar dwellers to a team on the rise.
Here are five moves that the Rams should make this off-season to continue the return to the days of "The Greatest Show on Turf."