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The St. Louis Rams continued to heal Friday in their final full
practice before traveling to Green Bay to face the Packers on
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It's like 2003, but worse, for Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo as he tries to piece together a secondary to face the "scary good" Aaron Rodgers-led Packers passing attack.
I’ve heard a lot of different opinions this week about what the Rams can do to have a chance against the Packers on Sunday, and possibly the most interesting idea seems to be the most prevalent among those in the know when it comes to the NFL. … [visit site to read more]Rams Going For It? - Ramblin' Fan - Ramblin' Fan - A St. Louis Rams Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Rather than being disheartened by the Rams' current state of
affairs, Sam Bradford returned to work this week with renewed
According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, there’s word around the league that the St. Louis Rams might make a move for Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Lloyd who’s currently on the trade block. It would make sense for the Rams to try and acquire a receiver with Lloyd’s talent since they lost arguably [...]
St. Louis Rams @ Green Bay Packers Injury ReportPlayer - Pos - Injury - Game StatusSt. Louis Rams InjuriesJacob Bell - G - Hamstring - QuestionableMichael Hoomanawanui - TE - Head - QuestionableJames Hall - DE - Back - ProbableJake McQuaide - LS - Illness - ProbableDarell Scott - DT - Thumb - ProbableGreen Bay Packers InjuriesChad Clifton - T - Knee - OutMike Neal - DE - Knee - OutEvan...
We tell you the five matchups that will decide the outcome on Sunday. How will 36-year-old Al Harris match up with the Packers' big-play receivers? Which line can hold up against the defenses' pass rushers? And can Steven Jackson change everything for the Rams?