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ST. LOUIS -- It wasn't that long ago that the St. Louis Rams had won two straight games, were sitting at .500 and quarterback Sam Bradford was on pace for the best season of his four-year career.
But in the past three weeks, the Rams have lost Bradford to a season-ending knee injury and then lost at Carolina and at home against Seattle and Tennessee. The season has turned and not for the better.
There are positives, like the continued strong play of Robert Quinn and the emergence of Zac Stacy, but St. Louis appears inevitably headed toward its seventh straight losing season.
Here are three things to watch as the Rams (3-6) head to Indianapolis (6-2) on Sunday:
Rams fans get first look at Luck
David J. PhillipAssociated Press
Let's have some fun with stats, shall we.
Quarterback A has completed 58.3 percent of his passes for 1,845 yards, 13 touchdowns and three interceptions, with a passer rating of 91.5.
Quarterback B has completed 60.7 percent of his passes for 1,68...
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Robert Quinn the Ladson, South Carolina native has been very impressive since he entered into the NFL. The former first round draft pick entered into his NFL rookie year with 5.5 sacks, and has continued to improve year in and year out. Last season Quinn topped 10 sacks finishing the season with 10.5 sacks. This […]
ST. LOUIS -- Giving more snaps to rookie receiver Stedman Bailey isn't going to turn around the Rams' season. Heck, Brett Favre in his prime would have been challenged to right the St. Louis ship.
But when's it week 10 and you're 3-6, have lost your franchise quarterback for the season and the toughest part of your schedule still is to come, a positive development...
Rams conerback Cortland Finnegan is a bit of a hot head, and hopefully some nice custom kicks will cool him off. Dejesus Customs has posted a few pics of the custom Jordans Finnegan will be wearing on the field, and they are game changers.
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The St. Louis Rams are 0-2 without quarterback Sam Bradford, but have been competitive in both games, and may have found their future running back in rookie Zac Stacy. The Rams are slated to face the Indianapolis Colts tomorrow afternoon, a team that has went 2-0 in the tough NFC West this season.
The Rams boast a 3-6 record, and are looking to ride Stacy’s hard-churning legs back...
St. Louis Rams cornerback Cortland Finnegan might get fined for the new cleats he’s about to unveil, but it shouldn’t matter because they are crazy hot.
Finnegan reached out to DeJesus Customs, and they blessed him with this custom-made pair of Jordan cleats with a throw back Rams theme as well.
He has gold-covered Air Jordan III sneakers, and Air Jordan XII cleats featuring...
St. Louis Rams defensive end William Hayes picked a fight with a mirror after his team’s frustrating loss to the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. He lost. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Hayes smashed a mirror with his forearm and suffered a pretty nasty cut. He received stitches to close the wound and practiced in […]
Before I get started talking IDPs for this week, it’s time to put you all at ease. I’m sure many of you spent your entire week tirelessly coming up with nicknames for Robert Quinn and Chris Long, as I suggested last week. But it turns out that they beat us to the punch. Though no announcers ever mention it, the two dominant pass-rushers in St. Louis have nicknamed themselves...
ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Rams have postponed quarterback Sam Bradford's knee surgery, which had been scheduled for Tuesday, due to swelling.
Coach Jeff Fisher said Wednesday no new date has been set for the procedure to repair a torn left ACL, but anticipated it would be soon. The team previously announced the surgery would be done by Dr. James Andrews, who also operated on...
St. Louis Rams (3-6) at Indianapolis Colts (6-2)
On paper, this line might be a little bit too high. The Colts are moving the chains at a 79% rate, as opposed to 75% for their opponents. Meanwhile, the Rams are moving the chains at a 72% rate, as opposed to 74% for their opponents. That suggests this line should be around 7, instead of 9.5. That being said, that doesn’t take into...
Thanks to my Football Outsiders connection and a link with the Rams, I was fortunate enough to wind up in the press box of the Edward Jones Dome for last Sunday's game, with a view that greatly resembled the all-22 overhead shot. Because I was there with the FO link, my extended comments on the game, covering both the Titans and the Rams, ended up in Monday's Audibles column...
Richie Incognito’s time in St. Louis wasn’t exactly quiet.
In 2006, a pair of late penalties in a Nov. 12 game in Seattle contributed mightily to a 24-22 last-second loss to the Seahawks. Had the Rams hung on in that game they would’ve ended up winning the NFC West in Scott Linehan’s rookie season as head coach.
In 2007, he dubbed himself “The Sheriff” after taking part...
St. Louis Rams (3-6) at Indianapolis Colts (6-2)Spread & Total: (-10.5) & (44)Play: St. Louis Rams (+10.5)If you follow me closely enough and happened to catch the interview I had with Rams Addiction this last week (which I'm sure all of you did) then it wraps up exactly how I feel about my Indianapolis Colts so far this season and my outlook on the game.If you'd...