As the Rams enter the final four games of the season with a 2-10 record, they seem to have no answers for an offense that can't get out of its own way.
In Sunday's 26-0 loss to San Francisco, the Rams gained just 157 yards on 49 plays and had 10 possessions with four plays or less.
Said quarterback A.J. Feeley, who started in place of Sam Bradford, "It's kind of the same story we've had all year. We just can't seem to put it all together. It starts with the offense; everyone's got to be quick and get on the same page. One guy makes a mistake here or there and that becomes costly. Offensively, we've got to do a better job, it's plain and simple."
Bradford, who missed two games earlier in the season because of a high ankle sprain, aggravated the injury last week against Arizona and hardly practiced during the week. The question now is whether he will play next Monday night when the Rams play in Seattle.
Coach Steve Spagnuolo said Bradford ...