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 1,687 yards,...