Originally posted on Fox Sports Midwest  |  Last updated 12/5/11
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 "was more than willing to give it a shot; I want you all to know that. It's just the kind of guy he is, but I just didn't think (along with trainer Reggie Scott) it's smart to take a chance if something worse would happen. The hope is with the extra day with the Monday night game coming up that he'll be healthy and be ready to go." With injuries on the offensive line and a running game that managed just 31 yards on 23 attempts against the 49ers, it might not matter who the quarterback is. Said Harvey Dahl, who started the game at right tackle but finished at right guard, "We didn't really do anything that we wanted to do out there. It was pretty ugly and we all know that. We are disappointed but we are going to prepare for the Monday night game next week in Seattle and try to get better. "It's tough but you have to find a way. You have to fight. It is tough when it keeps piling on like this but we obviously have a lot of pride and a lot of fight. No one wants to have a record like this. We just have to keep on fighting." Asked how difficult this season has been, especially as it seems to be getting worse, running back Steven Jackson said, "It is difficult, especially when you see your teammates continue to go down. We have been working extremely hard all season long. To not be able to enjoy the fruits of your labors it is very frustrating and difficult. As a leader of the team I have to continue to chop wood and continue to show guys how to be professional. This NFL presents itself in ways that teach you how to handle adversity and how to handle success. I try to go out each and every day and show how to do it."
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