By Michael Hirtzer CHICAGO (Reuters) – Quarterbacks went one-two at Thursday’s NFL Draft as the Los Angeles Rams took Jared Goff with the first pick, and the Philadelphia Eagles followed suit by naming signal caller Carson Wentz with the second choice. It was the third time in the past five years that quarterbacks were taken with the first two picks of the National Football League Draft, a testament to the league’s more wide open, pass-happy thrust with rules tailored to bolster scoring and foster player safety. For the Rams and their new quarterback it was a California dream come true.