Clayton – All the NFC West Had a Bad Draft

Already there’s speculation about who are winners and losers after just a round of the 2011 NFL Draft. John Clayton of ESPN says that everyone in the NFC West is a loser – minus the Rams.

The NFC West outside of St. Louis: Listen, we’re not debating the values of cornerback Patrick Peterson going to Arizona or linebacker Aldon Smith going to San Francisco. Peterson could be the next Charles Woodson. The 49ers desperately need pass-rushing help. The Seahawks stunned everyone by taking offensive tackle James Carpenter. But the knock on the division is that none of its teams took a quarterback in the first round. I know the 49ers are going to re-sign Alex Smith and the Cardinals might add Marc Bulger. But in a quarterback-driven league, to see three NFC West teams in desperate need of quarterbacks pass on the position is still stunning. At the moment, Sam Bradford of the Rams is the division’s only legit starter.

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