2015 Depth Charts: St. Louis Rams
• You suspect that whenever the Sam Bradford era comes to an end, it’s just going to be frustrating having never seen him for an extended period of time without injury. At this point it’s hard to say he’s anything other than Average when on the field.
• Reports suggest that Greg Robinson will open the season at left tackle in 2015. He started 2014 at left guard and looked solid, but really struggled at tackle. That’s not to say he won’t improve next season, but he needs to take a big step forward to help the Rams.
• Aaron Donald is our second Elite rookie and again it’s hard to call him anything other than that. Our highest-graded defensive tackle in 2014, he was fantastic as a pass rusher and against the run.
• We had Alec Ogletree as Below Average last year and plenty of people disagreed and I suspect that might be the case again this year. He struggles too much in coverage, though, and for as much as he makes plenty of tackles, he missed 20 this year, the second year in a row he has been in the bottom three for missed tackle amongst 4-3 outside linebackers.
Wide Receiver: Tavon Austin hasn’t developed into the gamebreaker they had hoped and it would make a lot of sense to try and find more of a No. 1 receiver. It might be the case that they look to the draft for that again, but it’s somewhere they need to invest.
Interior Offensive Line: The untested Travis Bond would currently start at left guard, while center Scott Wells struggled last year. That adds up to a weak interior, so don’t be surprised to see them address that soon.
Quarterback: It’s continues to look more and more like Bradford won’t develop into what they need at quarterback. There doesn’t appear to be a quick fix out there in free agency, and they likely won’t have a shot at either of the top two quarterbacks in the draft, but don’t be surprised if they take a look at one of the second tier college quarterbacks in rounds 2 or 3.