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St. Louis Rams 2014 Schedule

9/7 Minnesota Noon
9/14 @ Tampa Bay 3:05PM
9/21 Dallas Noon
9/28 BYE WEEK  
10/5 @ Philadelphia Noon
10/13 San Francisco 7:30PM
10/19 Seattle Noon
10/26 @ Kansas City Noon
11/2 @ San Francisco 3:05PM
11/9 @ Arizona 3:25PM
11/16 Denver Noon
11/23 @ San Diego 3:05PM
11/30 Oakland Noon
12/7 @ Washington Noon
12/11 Arizona 7:25PM
12/21 New York Giants 3:05PM
12/28 @ Seattle 3:25PM

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St. Louis Rams Roster
Name Pos.
50 Armstrong, Ray-Ray LB
11 Austin, Tavon WR
12 Bailey, Stedman WR
72 Barksdale, Joe T
61 Barnes, Tim C
53 Bates, Daren LB
16 Blake, Emory WR
8 Bradford, Sam QB
81 Britt, Kenny WR
90 Brockers, Michael DT
96 Brodine, Mason DE
57 Brown, Sammy LB
92 Carrington, Alex DE
71 Conrath, Matthew DT
89 Cook, Jared TE
93 Cudjo, Jermelle DT
36 Cunningham, Benny RB
84 Cunningham, Justice TE
37 Daniels, Matthew S
9 Davis, Austin QB
38 Davis, Cody S
58 Dunbar, Jo-Lonn LB
13 Givens, Chris WR
46 Harkey, Cory TE
95 Hayes, William DE
6 Hekker, John P
64 Hooey, Sean T
21 Jenkins, Janoris CB
22 Johnson, Trumaine CB
67 Jones, Barrett OG
88 Kendricks, Lance TE
98 Langford, Kendall DE
55 Laurinaitis, James LB
91 Long, Chris DE
77 Long, Jake T
25 McDonald, T.J. FS
32 McGee, Brandon CB
23 McLeod, Rodney S
44 McQuaide, Jake LS
56 McSurdy, Caleb LB
  Moe, T.J. WR
52 Ogletree, Alec LB
24 Pead, Isaiah RB
75 Person, Mike T
18 Pettis, Austin WR
73 Pocic, Graham T
83 Quick, Brian WR
94 Quinn, Robert DE
39 Reid, Greg DB
34 Reynolds, Chase RB
26 Richardson, Daryl RB
59 Sabino, Etienne OLB
76 Saffold, Rodger T
97 Sims, Eugene DE
30 Stacy, Zac RB
53 Steward, Phillip LB
19 Veltung, Justin WR
70 Washington, Brandon G
63 Wells, Scott C
35 Woodard, Darren CB
4 Zuerlein, Greg K


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Rams Get Down To 75-Player Limit

On Tuesday the St. Louis Rams released (DE) Sammy Brown and (S) Matt Daniels and placed (C) Demetrius Rhaney and Sam Bradford on injured reserve to reach the 75 player limit. The Rams will now need to reduce their roster to a maximum of 53 players on the active/inactive list prior to 3PM CST on Saturday August 30th.

St. Louis Rams Cut 10 Players

All NFL Teams must trim their rosters to 75 players by 3PM CST on Tuesday August 26th. The Rams cut 10 players on Monday to get down to 79 prior to the deadline. The Rams released (CB) Jarrid Bryant, (P) Bobby Cowan, (T) R.J. Dill, (WR) Jordan Harris, (FB) Kadeem Jones, (LB) Johnny Millard, (WR) T.J. Moe, (T) D.J. Morrell, (LB) Pat Schillerand long snapper Jorgen Hus.

Sam Bradford Out For The Season

Our greatest fears came true this afternoon as we found out that Sam Bradford will miss the entire 2014 NFL season. An MRI that was done on Sunday confirmed that Bradford tore the ACL in his left knee, the same knee that had reconstructive surgery done on it in October 2013.

Just 14 days before the St. Louis Rams open the 2014 season against the Minnesota Vikings this is a devastating blow, to Sam the Rams and the Rams fans who have high hopes heading into the season. The Rams have more talent on their roster than they have had in the last 10 years and fan expectations have grown since the April draft.

Like with all professional sports their is no time to feel sorry for yourself because other teams will not feel sorry for you. It is time to quickly move on and to continue to game plan for the Vikings opener on September 7th. The Rams will need to step and rally around Shaun Hill according to head coach Jeff Fisher. Hill finished 2 of 6 for 45 yards against the Cleveland Browns.

The Rams don't have much time to even let these event process as they will need to travel to play the Miami Dolphins Thursday night at Sun Life Stadium. The Rams will need to decide how much they can play Hill against the Dolphins with Austin Davis and Garrett Gilbert as they only other quarterbacks on the Rams roster. Jeff Fisher says the Rams have not contacted any other team about trading for a QB, however many have rumored that Mark Sanchez would be the best fit however the Rams passed on him during free agency so I believe the Rams will go with Shaun Hill heading into the season.

15 years ago the Rams lost Trent Green heading into the 1999 season and the Rams went on to win the Super Bowl behind a little known backup named Kurt Warner. Could lightning strike twice with Shaun Hill or Austin Davis, Rams fans sure hope so.

Sam Bradford Hurt - Rams Beat Browns 33-14

The St. Louis Rams dominated the Cleveland Browns last night and came away with a 33-14 victory, but none of that mattered to Rams fans as we watched in horror as Sam Bradford fell to the ground in pain with 8:23 to play in the first quarter.

The Rams faced a 2nd and 7 at the Browns 12 yard line when Bradford dropped back to pass and Armonty Bryant raced around Jake Long and fell into Bradfords lower body as he released his pass. What followed was every Rams fans nightmare as Sam fell to the ground in pain appearing to once again injury his left knee which he had ACL surgery on last fall. Sam was able to limp off with the help of the training staff. Fans will need to await an MRI that Bradford will receive on Sunday. Rams coach Jeff Fisher was "very optimistic" after the game, saying "it appeared just to be a hyperextension" but he is not a doctor and I will be holding my breath until we hear more medical evidence about Bradford with hope very high for the 2014 season.

2014 Defensive Rookie of the Year - Odds to Win

Jadeveon Clowney 3/1
Khalil Mack 13/2
CJ Mosley 9/1
Ryan Shazier 9/1
Aaron Donald 15/1
Anthony Barr 15/1

Packers Sack Rams 21-7

The St. Louis Rams lost 21-7 to the Green Bay Packers on Saturday night before a pretty sparse crowd at the Edward Jones Dome. The Rams went into the contest without many starters as Jake Long, James Laurinaitis and Janoris Jenkins were all held out and the game feature mostly backups after the first quarter of play.

The Packers started the game in a no-huddle offense which they applied throughout. The Packers took the opening kickoff and quickly marched 86 yards to take a 7-0 lead on a 3 yard pass from
Aaron Rodgers to Randall Cobb. Rodgers looked great going 11 of 13 for 128 yards and a TD, along with a 14 yard scramble for a first down as well. The Packers offense looked ready to start the season.

Sam Bradford saw the most action since he had ACL surgery last fall was also impressive. Bradford finished 9 of 12 for 101 yards and a TD pass to Lance Kendricks. Bradford left the game following
the touchdown pass with 8:02 of the second quarter.

The rest of the game was less than memorable. The Rams were very sluggish after Bradford and members of the starting offensive line left the game. The Rams could not run the ball or pass block once the game moved on. The Rams managed only 216 total yards, only 78 on the ground with a 2.9 yards per carry average. The Rams also allowed 7 sacks as Sean Hooey playing LT was eaten alive by Jayrone Elliott who had 3 sacks and had Austin Davis fleeing the pocket play after play.

On the bright side Benny Cunningham continues to look good as a back up tailback gaining 24 yards on 5 carries, and Trey Wells continues to be a surprise as he has good moves and was able to gain 19 yards on 3 carries. Brian Quick had a great catch and run for 41 yards showing us again a flash of the receiver we believe he can be. In addition Michael Sam played in the second half and got his first sack of the preseason.

Unfortunately Isaiah Pead who was already going to have trouble making this roster tore the ACL in his left knee returning a kickoff in the first quarter as his knee just gave way as he was untouched on the play.

The Rams will face the Cleveland Browns next Saturday in a game which should showcase Sam Bradford and the starters for at least one half of play.

2014 Offensive Rookie of the Year - Odds to Win

Johnny Manziel 11/2
Sammy Watkins 6/1
Brandin Cooks 6/1
Bishop Sankey 8/1
Jordan Matthews 10/1
Mike Evans 12/1
Kelvin Benjamin 12/1
Teddy Bridgewater 12/1
Eric Ebron 14/1
Blake Bortles 20/1
Odell Beckham 25/1
Marqise Lee 25/1
Tre Mason 25/1


Rams Fall 26 - 24 To Saints In Preseason Opener

It was great to finally see the 2014 NFL season get started Thursday night at the Edward Jones Dome. The Rams fell 26-24 to the New Orleans Saints as Greg Zuerlein missed a 59 yard FG on last play of the game. Overall it was a pretty entertaining game, however the referees are out to make a point in the
preseason with all of the hands to the face and offensive pass interference penalties. Overall there were 24 accepted penalties for 222 yards.

Shaun Hill played very well in the first half leading the Rams to 14 points. Hill finished 5 of 7 for 84 yards and touchdown passes to Cory Harkey and Stedman Bailey. Garrett Gilbert was not very accurate going 6 of 11 for 53 yards, and Austin Davis looked good going 10 of 16 for 134 yards including a 15 TD pass to Austin Franklin with 3:53 to play to play the Rams within 26-24.

The Rams were able to roll up 388 yards of offense including 150 on the ground. Tre Mason the Rams 3rd round draft pick was able to rush for 51 yards on 15 carries. Zac Stacy had 4 carries for 22 yards in limited action. Backup tailbacks Chase Reynolds and Benny Cunningham fighting for a roster spots were able to gain 46 and 24 yards respectively.

Threw the air the Rams had 12 receivers with at least one catch. Backup TE Alex Bayer led the Rams with five catches for 71 yards. Brian Quick and Chris Givens were both held without a catch in limited action, we will need to see much more of both during the preseason as we await each to hit their upside.

Overall the Rams made way too many mistakes having 14 penalties and missing two field goals including the 59 yarder on the last play of the game which was rushed after Austin Davis was ruled to improperly spike the ball with 11 seconds to play causing a 10 yard penalty and 10 second run off.

The Rams will take on the Green Bay Packers next Saturday night at the Edward Jones Dome and we look forward to seeing Sam Bradford in his first action of the year after coming off season ending ACL surgery in 2013.

St. Louis Rams Playoff Chances From Bovada
Will the St. Louis Rams make the playoffs?

Yes +300 (3/1)
No -400 (1/4)
2014 Rams Training Camp Schedule
St. Louis Rams 2014 Training Camp Schedule


Friday, July 25
Practice 3:30 PM
Saturday, July 26 Practice 3:30 PM
Sunday, July 27 Practice 5:30 PM
Tuesday, July 29 Practice 3:30 PM
Friday, August 1 Practice 3:30 PM
Saturday, August 2 Scrimmage 12:30 p.m.
Monday, August 4 Practice 3:30 PM
Tuesday, August 5 Practice 5:30 PM
Monday, August 11 Practice 3:30 PM
Tuesday, August 12 Practice 5:30 PM
Thursday, August 14 Practice 3:30 PM
Tuesday, August 19 Practice 3:30 PM
Wednesday, August 20 Practice 3:30 PM
St. Louis Rams Vegas Win Total

Las Vegas for the second year in a row has the St. Louis Rams winning 7.5 games, odds courtesy of Bovada

St. Louis Rams - 2014 Regular Season Win Total

Over 7 (-150)
Under 7 (+120)

St. Louis Rams Draft Greg Robinson OT Auburn

With the second overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft the St. Louis Rams selected Greg Robinson OT Auburn. One word
describes Greg Robinson and that is mauler! At 6-5 330lbs most draft experts had Robinson ranked as the top run blocker in the draft, and also with the highest upside of any of the offensive lineman. Mike Mayock said "When I put the game tape in, the first guy I thought about ... Orlando Pace." Robinson is an amazing athlete his 10-yard split was in the range of a tight end at the NFL combine. Robinson was the starting left tackle for the SEC Champion Auburn Tigers a team that set team records for rushing yards (4,596) and touchdowns (48).

Robinson is a great selection for the St. Louis Rams who already have Jake Long at LT and Robinson can improve his pass blocking over on the right side and the Rams can continue to play Rodger Saffold inside at Guard. In the case Long goes down or does not return to full health prior to the start of the 2014 season then Robinson can play LT the position he is use too. Robinson took over as the starting left tackle in 2012 and started 11 games, and as a sophomore in 2013, he was a first team All-SEC selection.

Les Snead loves athletes and in Robinson Snead found a huge powerful 21 year old that the Rams will use to protect Sam Bradford and to power run in the NFC West. Jeff Fisher loves to dominate up front and Robinson will sure help them do that. With Zac Stacy and Tre Mason running behind this upgraded line the sky is the limit.

As for weaknesses Robinson only played two seasons at Auburn were they ran a basic zone read running scheme so they ran very few plays but they executed them very well. Also Auburn did not throw the ball a lot so Robinson is looked at as a great run blocker with great potential to pick up the pass blocking quickly with his athleticism.


St. Louis Rams Draft Aaron Donald DT Pittsburgh


St. Louis Rams Draft LaMarcus Joyner CB Florida State


St. Louis Rams Draft Tre Mason RB Auburn


St. Louis Rams Draft Mo Alexander SS Utah St


St. Louis Rams Draft EJ Gaines CB Missouri

St. Louis Rams Draft Garrett Gilbert QB SMU


St. Louis Rams Draft Mitchell Van Dyk OT PSU


St. Louis Rams Draft Christian Bryant S OSU


St. Louis Rams Draft Michael Sam DE Missouri


St. Louis Rams Draft Demetrius Rhaney C TSU


St. Louis Rams 2013 Preview

St. Louis Rams 2013 Preview

The 2013 St. Louis Rams will look to improve upon their 7-8-1 record from last season. Sam Bradford must improve in his 4th season and second season with offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer.  The Rams have added some new weapons for Sam by drafting Tavon Austin, Stedman Bailey, Zac Stacy and picking up free agent TE Jared Cook and LT Jake Long. Sam has just been a middle of the road quarterback and the offensive line and weapon excuse will no longer be valid in 2013.

The Rams face many challenges this season and the biggest challenge is probably playing in the NFC West now considered the toughest division in football. The Rams have the 3rd toughest strength of schedule in 2013. The Rams face tough non-division foes Atlanta, Dallas, Indianapolis, Chicago, Indianapolis and New Orleans.

In addition to the tough schedule the Rams have a lot of questions entering the 2013 season. We all know that the Rams are hoping their new weapons step up and have a huge impact but hope will not be enough, they have to step up for the team to improve and have any shot at the playoffs. The Rams lost their top running back Steven Jackson to free agency. Jackson had 296 touches, 1366 total yards and 4 TDs in 2012 and the Rams hope Daryl Richardson and others can make up for that loss. The Rams also lost their top two receivers in Danny Amendola and Brandon Gibson. Again fans may say Amendola is a injury risk and Gibson is not that good but the two did combine for 114 catches, 1357 yards and 8 TDs. The defense has also been affected as both starting safeties from 2012 Quintin Mikell  and Craig Dahl are both gone and will be replaced by Darian Stewart and Tim McDonald. Just last week the Rams released LB Jo-Lonn Dunbar the 2nd leading tackler last season. The void of all of these players must be mad up to move forward.

On the flip side the Rams, coach Jeff Fisher and GM Les Snead are in the process of building a team and within that process there will be a lot of turnover. That turnover has made the Rams the youngest team in the NFL and with that comes potential much more potential than we have had in a decade. The Rams were 4-1-1 in the NFC West last year and Fisher has built this team to compete in the NFC West. By going out and getting Jake Long and Jared Cook and drafting Tavon Austin and LB Alex Ogletree Fisher has more players to worry NFC West foes. Add to that the 2012 draft picks of Michael Brockers, Brian Quick, janoris Jenkins, Chris Givens and Daryl Richardson you can see that the Rams have more team speed and attitude than they have had in a long time.

In my opinion Sam Bradford is the x-factor. If Sam can become a top 10 type of QB and win games for the Rams their potential is unlimited heading into 2013. My next concern is depth along the offensive line if Jake Long or Rodger Saffold go down the Rams may be in a lot of trouble. Next up would be the fact that Daryl Richardson and Tavon Austin must have big years and put up starter type numbers.

Jeff Fisher, Les Snead and the Rams are on the right track and will be a force for quite some time if all goes as planned. My problem with the Rams was lack of scoring which most seemed not to notice because we were winning some games. The Rams had 10 points or less heading into the 4th quarter of ten games! It 2013 and this league now demands more scoring than that. I like where the Rams are heading but I think they are a year away or will need to catch a few breaks. My head says 8-8, my heart says 10-6 but when I look at the schedule objectively I keep coming up with:

Prediction St. Louis Rams 9-7


What an effort from the St. Louis Rams today in a 20-13 loss in Seattle. The Rams played a great game and finish the season 7-8-1 and fans should be fired up and ready for 2013. This team is for real and the defense is here to stay with Fisher. I would like to thank coach Jeff Fisher for coming to St. Louis and turning this Rams franchise around in just months! I would like to say congratulations to Steven Jackson on another 1000 yard season. What a great game from the Rams defense who finished with 6 sacks and held the Seattle Seahawks to 20 points. What a great job by the Rams offensive line today. The interior of the line was Robert Turner, Scott Wells and Shelley Smith and they kept Sam off the ground all day. Sam Bradford played very well today, I am always tough on him and I thought he had one of his best games today. Get ready for the Rams in 2013 it won't always be pretty under Fisher we are going to see a lot of 16-13, 20-17 type games but we know how to win those games now. The future is very bright and fans should be very proud of the effort the Rams put out in a meaningless week 17 game on the road, very impressive!

NFC West Standings

Seahawks 12 2 0
49ers 10 4 0
Cardinals 9 5 0
Rams 6 8 0

2014 Rams Draft Picks

1 Greg Robinson OT
1 Aaron Donald DT
2 LaMarcus Joyner  CB
3 Tre Mason RB
4 Mo Alexander SS
6 EJ Gaines CB
6 Garrett Gilbert QB
7 Mitchell Van Dyk OT
7 Christian  Bryant FS
7 Michael Sam DE
7 Demetrius Rhaney C

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