Found January 04, 2012 on MyTeamRivals.com:
The St. Louis Rams finished the 2011 season with a 2-14 record. That was down from a 7-9 record one year ago. Many thought this was a team on the rise, but they brought in Josh McDaniels to run the offense, and he was not able to get the same performance out of it that Pat Shurmur did in 2010. Not all of the blame lies with McDaniels. However, we have seen teams make coaching staff changes and really disrupt what they had going on.The simple fact here is they finished with just the 30th best pass offense, and for a team that has QB Sam Bradford and that drafted a TE and two wide outs in last years draft that is simply not good enough. Granted Bradford only started 10 games, but the team went 1-9 in those games. Something went seriously wrong with this team. It the end it cost General Manager Bill Devaney and Head Coach Steve Spaganoulo their jobs. However, with a new owner in place this team may have gone through that anyway. Look for a new direction from this team.In all four QB’s ...
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