RAMS canar1″>Success in the NFL is measured by the number of wins and losses, the number of Lombardi Trophies collected and stored at an organization. Every team that is built and hovers in the top echelon of the NFL on a yearly basis has one major thing in common – a difference maker at the quarterback position. The NFL is a quarterback driven league, and the team success is tied directly to this position. Many teams like the Rams had fallen deep into the valley and have struggled to peak for several seasons. When a team has the opportunity to draft, trade, or recruit a difference maker at this position, they should take full advantage of that opportunity. Generally teams draft high for the quarterback position, and hope they develop into a good quarterback. Others look to find a needle in a hay stack, or the diamond in the rough like New England Patriots future Hall of Famer Tom Brady. The top four quarterbacks in the NFL in my opinion are Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, Tom Brady, and the elder statesmen Brett Favre (not ranked in any order). There are two young up and coming shining stars in Sam Bradford (St. Louis) and Josh Freeman (Tampa Bay). I felt drafting Sam Bradford was a no brainer pick when asked by the GM, Head Coach, Offensive Coordinator and Quarterback coach....

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