The Rams didn’t pose much of a threat to the Seahawks even before they lost their starting QB Sam Bradford for the season. Now that they’re headed into tonight’s game with ex-Jets failure Kellen Clemens under center (with ex-Browns, Chiefs, and Seahawks failure Brady Quinn on hand as his backup), St. Louis is little more than a speed bump. That’s not homerism talking, nor am I just ragging on a division rival for rivalry’s sake – there is a stark contrast between the talent level and performance of the Seahawks versus that of the Rams, and any way you slice it the comparison favors the team from South Alaska by a wide margin.
Barring a teamwide collapse or a catastrophic injury, the Hawks will be 7-1 in a few short hours. And if you think that’s awesome, just wait until they sail into their bye week with a 10-1 record. Including tonight’s game, here’s their next four penciled wins opponents: