2012 NFL Draft Grades: Which NFC West Team Has Had Better Draft So Far

The 2012 NFL Draft enters its final day and now teams will hope to find late round gems and depth players to fill their rosters at a low rookie contract price. The Arizona Cardinals have yet to address their most glaring need on the offensive line. The St. Louis Rams have drafted a ton of players already and the Seattle Seahawks had the first head-scratching post of the draft.

Let's take a look at who the NFC West has picked up in the first round and then let you decide who has done a better job of drafting talent.

Arizona Cardinals:

First round: WR Michael Floyd

Second round: QB Kevin Kolb (OK, not really, but it kind of feels that way, right?)

Third round: CB Jamell Fleming

Seattle Seahawks:

First round: DE Bruce Irvin

Second Round: ILB Bobby wagner

Third Round: QB Russell Wilson

San Francisco 49ers:

First Round: WR A.J. Jenkins

Second Round: RB LaMichael James

St. Louis Rams:

First Round: DT Michael Brockers

Second Round: WR Brian Quick, SB Janoris Jenkins, RB Isaiah Pead

Third Round: CB Trumaine Johnson

At a glance, you have to say that the Rams come away as the big winners so far, but that is simply because they had the most picks. The pick of Quick was interesting, as was the one of Jenkins.

Based on what you have seen so far, which team has made the best selections?

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