In any case, when Washington made a trade for the no. 2 selection Mut 24 coins, it was getting a quarterback that everyone was confident would do well.

Nobody in this year's class is a candidate for that. The Rams have claimed to want the services of a quarterback but pretty much everybody agrees that a quarterback's not the most desirable player to be picked in this year's draft, and certainly not among one of the three top players. Even if picking a quarterback, nobody is really a standout among the others: Draft experts tend to be pretty evenly divided on what the top quarterback of the year will be Wentz or Jared Goff.

There was debate over Griffin and Andrew Luck in 2012. and there was debate about Jameis Winston, or Marcus Mariota last year, however, this one is a completely different debate. The two were highly anticipated prospects competing to be the top. This is a crop of prospects with potential, and no one knows which has the greatest potential to become great.

Last week, Bill Barnwell of ESPN detailed how in the lottery-like draft "the smartest strategy is simply to get many more lottery tickets." The RG3 trade was possibly one of the most effective examples of this of all time, yet the winners of the trade seem to be ignorant of that fact. Maybe it will work out but the Rams should know better.

The Chargers could trade Philip Rivers, but they'd likely screw it up, too.

LaDainian Tomlinson says the Chargers should sell Philip Rivers. The Chargers are in rebuilding mode and should consider trading Philip Rivers instead of ruin his entire career. Is that realistic?

It's all very sensible at first glance. The Chargers are, again absolutely a disaster, having lost three games in agonizing way after blowing leads in the fourth quarter. Rivers isn't part of the problem. He's getting 68.8% of passes. He averages 7.8 yards per effort, has 1.110 yards, seven touchdowns, and only one interception buy madden 24 coins.