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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.
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Pretty much everyone in the world right now is saying the Rams don’t have any chance to beat the Packers this Sunday in Green Bay. In fact, I would guess most people would say that the Rams are going to lose by 30 or 40 points. So, I’ve … [visit site to read more]Any Chance For Rams Against Pack? - Ramblin' Fan - Ramblin' Fan - A St. Louis Rams Fan Site - News, Blogs...
GREEN BAY, Wis. Getting the first win of the season wont be easy for the St. Louis Rams this week. With the leagues lowest-scoring offense (11.5 points per game), the Rams travel to Green Bay to face the undefeated Packers, led by Aaron Rodgers and the NFLs highest-scoring offense (34.6 points).
Very little has gone well for St. Louis this season, as second-year quarterback Sam...
Rather than being disheartened by the Rams' current state of
affairs, Sam Bradford returned to work this week with renewed
The St. Louis Rams continued to heal Friday in their final full
practice before traveling to Green Bay to face the Packers on
Most pigskin prognosticators figured the St. Louis Rams, who came thisclose to making the playoffs in 2010, were...
It’s not hard to make the case that the Rams are the worst team in football. Not only are they winless, they haven’t been competitive in a league where nearly every game is competitive. The weakest spot on perhaps the weakest team in the league is in the secondary. Starting cornerback Ronald Bartell and nickel…