The St. Louis Rams did not have an awful season in 2014, but a 6-10 record isn’t what they were hoping for. It was a season filled with close losses, wins over big-time teams, and yet another season-ending injury to quarterback Sam Bradford. The Rams have a lot to think about and some good things going forward so 2014 proved a lot.
The St. Louis Rams aren’t necessarily out of the playoff race, but one more loss could get them to that point. The Arizona Cardinals have struggled a little since Carson Palmer went down with a season-ending injury. Now, the two NFC West teams are going to battle it out on “Thursday Night Football” and CBS Sports’ Dan Fouts talked about how important the game is for both.
With Sam Bradford out for the season, it’s time to look at who should become the new Rams quarterback this year.
With Sam Bradford out for the rest of the season, it seemed like Seattle Seahawks had nothing to worry about with their Monday Night Football matchup against the St. Louis Rams. And while it’s totally cliché, that’s why these games are played.
Don’t take the 3 and 4 St. Louis Rams lightly. That topic resonated loud and clear during Friday afternoon press conferences for both Seahawks corner Richard Sherman and quarterback Russell Wilson. “This is an NFC […]
With the Rams franchise quarterback Sam Bradford out with a torn ACL, this is a game that Seattle should thoroughly dominate. They just need to remember that it’s not a given, and everything should be fine.
Jeff Fisher has the Rams on the cusp of their first winning season since 2003. That said, he realizes how tough it will be to beat a Seattle team that has scored 150 points the past three weeks and possesses the No. 1 scoring defense in the league. A fake field goal is not likely to be enough this time.
Jeff Fisher and his Rams staff out-coached Pete Carroll’s crew, the Rams’ special teams dominated the game and Seattle’s rookie-led passing attack once again came up short as St. Louis held on for a 19-13 win.
Jeff Fisher can’t like his team’s chances against NFC defensive player of the week Chris Clemons and the Seahawks’ No. 1 scoring defense.