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After missing 15 games in 2011, St. Louis Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola caught a team best 63 passes in the 2012 season and continues to lead the Rams offense.
It’s obvious the Rams are much more efficient on offense when Danny Amendola is on the field. His consistency allows them to move the chains more often and gives quarterback Sam Bradford a solid go-to option. It’s as if Bradford is more comfortable at times when Amendola is in the game.
As 2013 Free Agency starts Danny Amendola is an unrestricted free agent. Rams Executive VP Kevin Demoff said recently that the team plans to sign him to a long-term deal before he hits free agency.… Read more
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There is no other position on the Rams roster where one player can have a significant impact on overall performance as wide receiver. Yes, Craig Dahl is terrible, but I do not expect a rookie safety to improve our overall defense in 2013.
On the other hand, a receiver who can reliably catch the ball and routinely get open could cause the metamorphosis on offense that the Rams...
Of yesterday's group of mock drafts released by the NFL.com pundits, none was more ominous than Albert Breer's, which called for zero quarterbacks to be drafted in the first round. Now, it appears that Mel Kiper is jumping on the bandwagon, as he releases his first mock draft of the season. (ESPN Insider link)
The last time that happened was back in 1996, which means...
The Rams won 7 games in 2010 in Sam Bradford’s rookie year, but regressed and won just 2 in 2011 thanks to injuries. This year, they won 7 again (plus a tie), but there’s a lot more hope for the future. Their defense went from 26th in 2011 to 14th and they are still one of the youngest defenses in the NFL. In fact, the Rams came into this season as the NFL’s youngest overall...