General manager Les Snead hoping to make the most of draft picks acquired from the Washington Redskins.
In the 2012 draft, the St Louis Rams held the number two overall pick, but they eventually dealt the pick to the Washington Redskins in exchange for their first and second round picks that year, as well the Redskins first round picks in 2013 and 2014.
The task now for Rams general manager Les Snead, is to turn those draft picks into talented rookies who can develop themselves into elite players, and who are good enough to bring Championship success to a team that has not been to the playoffs since 2004.
Despite drafting Quarterback Sam Bradford with the first overall choice in 2010, the organisation has done a poor job of surrounding the young QB with talented wide receivers who can give Bradford some support in the passing game.
The Rams have an opportunity to do that this year, as they will be in a prime place to select West Virginia receiver Tavon Austin with the 16th overall pick.
With four first round picks over the next two seasons, the Rams find themselves with a great opportunity to draft enough talent to make a strong challenge for the division title even with juggernauts San Francisco and Seattle also vying for the NFC West title.
Les Snead has an opportunity to create a very special roster in St Louis, the pressure is now on to make these picks count, if he misses on them, he could be out of a job very soon.