Trading for Matthew Stafford has been the biggest move of the Los Angeles Rams‘ 2021 offseason thus far and, to be sure, it’s a big one. The upgrade from Jared Goff to Stafford is substantial and could very well allow head coach Sean McVay to get the offense back to a Super Bowl-caliber form. However, it does make the job in the 2021 NFL Draft a bit more difficult. As is becoming the norm, the Rams don’t have a first-round pick in 2021 (or any time in the foreseeable future). This is a roster that has been constructed to be a proverbial stars-and-scrubs team and that extends to the draft. But the curious part for Los Angeles is that they also have some pretty big holes to fill without a first-round pick.