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PASSING Grades
April 28, 2003
Based on the players penciled in as starters and backups as of Sunday, SI ranked the 32 teams from the richest to the neediest at quarterback, and suggested what each club should do between the draft and the start of training camp to strengthen the most important position in the game.
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April 28, 2003

Passing Grades

Based on the players penciled in as starters and backups as of Sunday, SI ranked the 32 teams from the richest to the neediest at quarterback, and suggested what each club should do between the draft and the start of training camp to strengthen the most important position in the game.

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3 BILLS

STARTER
DREW BLEDSOE

BACKUPS
Alex Van Pelt, Travis Brown

WHAT THEY SHOULD DO
Draft Mount Union's Rob Adamson

THE SKINNY
The coaching staff loves Van Pelt, and Adamson (25-0 as a Division III starter) might be the best long-term project in the draft.

4 RAMS

STARTER
KURT WARNER

BACKUPS
Marc Bulger, Scott Covington

WHAT THEY SHOULD DO
Draft Iowa State's Seneca Wallace

THE SKINNY
Now that it knows Bulger can play, St. Louis could draft Wallace as a multipurpose threat—like Antwaan Randle El—in, say, the sixth round.

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