Last year: Let's just say the receivers weren't exactly a strength. The Rams finished in the bottom half of the NFL in receptions, touchdown receptions and receiving yards. They were even worse in the department of big plays. The Rams had only 22 receptions that went for at least 25 yards, which was just one more than the Lions' Calvin Johnson. No wonder the team focused so much this off-season on giving Sam Bradford more weapons to work with.
Coaches: Like many on Jeff Fisher's staff, receivers coach Ray Sherman and tight ends coach Rob Boras are returning for their second season in St. Louis. Also like many on the staff, Sherman worked with Fisher in Tennessee. He was the Titans' receivers coach in 2005 and 2006. Boras coached in Jacksonville and Chicago before joining the Rams.
1. Who will make the most receptions?
We know it won't be either of last year's leaders. Danny Amendola (Patriots) and Brandon Gibson (Dolphins) have departed, leaving Chris Givens and...