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.
Would you rather have Kellen Clemens, Brady Quinn or a retired 44-year-old quarterback? Apparently St. Louis would have preferred the latter.
A quarterback on a struggling team is out with a serious knee injury — and that can only mean one thing. Let the Tebow talk begin.
The Jets played a turnover-free game in St. Louis as they marched to a 27-13 victory over the Rams.
Mark Sanchez is prepared to tune out distractions ahead of Sunday’s meeting with the Rams.
In light of the Jets’ struggles this season, you can bet Rams offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer and tackle Wayne Hunter haven’t stopped laughing.
Those who like Tebow point to his group of characteristics that are often referred to as intangibles. However, he can’t throw the ball accurately. That’s a requirement of the job.
Fantasy teams are as difficult to manage as the real ones this NFL season. Of the 32 teams, 12 of them have injured quarterbacks, three of whom are likely out for the season.
NFL quarterbacks are padding the injury reports, and their injuries are not only impacting game outcomes but resulting in unanticipated trades.
According to Howard Balzer of The Sports Xchange, one Rams player — and former Giants linebacker — says Big Blue players are being instructed on faking injuries.
Mistakes cost the St. Louis Rams dearly in their first Monday night appearance since 2006. They’re in part blaming the Giants — and not for Big Blue’s superior play.
Scoop and score. It’s one of those silly expressions defensive coaches scream at their players. Most times, it’s meaningless — but not for Michael Boley and the Giants on Monday night.
The Giants are no strangers to prime-time. The Rams haven’t been on the big stage since Dec. 11, 2006. Running back Steven Jackson hopes to be a part of it. So do his owners in fantasy football.