With such a young group of skill position players it was expected that the Rams would have some ups and downs on offense this season. No one however expected the kind of “down” that took place in Week 4 against San Francisco.
Anytime you’re below 200 yards in total offense and don’t reach the teens in points scored it’s a bad day at the office. And the Rams were at 188 yards and 11 points in their 35-11 drubbing against San Francisco.
In completing only 46.3 percent of his passes (19 of 41) throwing an interception and losing a fumble it was one of quarterback Sam Bradford’s worst days as a pro.
The fact that it all took place on national television in prime time made matters that much worse. Bradford sat staring into his locker stall for what seemed like an eternity after the game his frustration obvious.
“I was very frustrated” Bradford said Wednesday nearly a week later. “Last week was definitely one of the tougher games that I’ve had just knowing how good this offense can be ...