Found December 08, 2011 on
St. Louis Rams
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With the 2011 season having ended for Rams fans long ago and the stench sure to linger for a while it might be a good idea to move on…assuming you haven’t already. 2011 Was a disaster, no doubt about it. Even if the Rams win out, which they won’t, they will fall short on last season’s win total.
The best thing about 2011? It is not 2012. No, 2012 is a new start, another chance and based on this year’s performance a new, much more representative schedule (hopefully) and perhaps a new coach. The blind faith so many felt after a 4-0 preseason can be renewed. Phrases like, “this is the year”, and “this season will be different” are sure to be heard throughout the Gateway city.
That is the beauty and allure of the NFL. One season’s performance does not guarantee the same result the next. The Rams are proof positive of that trend. Simply look back on 2009-2011and the point is made. That being said as a wise man once said it’s time to block out the bad and harness the good.
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One of the few bright spots all year in the steaming pile of crap that is the St. Louis Rams has been the play of Chris Long. Finally living up to his number two overall draft status this year, Long is currently 3rd in league in sacks with 12 through 14 games.
The Rams defensive end is having a phenomenal year overall. Long is hurt, obviously, by the fact that he's playing...
The St. Louis Rams claimed quarterback Kellen Clemens off waivers from the Houston Texans.
The Rams are dealing with multiple injuries at the position, with starter Sam Bradford sitting out last week's game against San Francisco due to an ankle injury.
Backup A.J. Feeley started against the 49ers but sustained a small fracture in his thumb.
If neither quarterback is unable...
St. Louis @ Seattle
After predictably getting blanked by the 49ers on the road, the Rams get another stiff challenge by going up to Seattle on Monday Night Football to hopefully avoid getting embarrassed for a second week in a row. Ok, let’s face it… the Rams have been embarrassed for just about 14 weeks in a row, with their high point being an inexplicable win over the...
Sam Bradford ran in the pool and rode an exercise bicycle as the St. Louis Rams tried to nurse their quarterback back to health.
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Sam Bradford did not practice for the second straight day because of a nagging high left ankle sprain, but the St. Louis Rams quarterback is hopeful of playing Monday night at Seattle.
Sam Bradford ran in the pool and rode an exercise bicycle Wednesday as the Rams tried to nurse their quarterback back to health.