They've made some very interesting choices lately. Ultimately, history will judge them by comparing Bradford and Griffin. For my money, Bradford kind of sucks, but we'll see.
Having made the decision to stick with Bradford, the Rams are starting to look stacked with young talent that has a good chance of panning out. Getting Jenkins and Johnson at CB in this draft was a coup. Getting Quick and Givens completely rebuilds their WR squad, as both will likely be called on right away and give Bradford a big target and a deep threat to go with Amendola, the shifty possession guy. I don't know much about Pead, but sinking a 2nd round pick into an RB was another bold move to take some heat off of Jackson, one of the NFL's busiest workhorses.
Oh, and did I mention they will probably have two Top-15 picks in each of the next TWO drafts? Thankfully, I think the 49ers will continue to own them because we will obliterate their O-Line and make Bradford look terrible, but the Rams are MUCH scarier to me long-term than the Seahawks or Cardinals.