Bradford’s time in St. Louis finished?

“We lost our starting quarterback,” Rams Coach Jeff Fisher said at a news conference Sunday. “But for Sam personally, it’s devastating. The news was devastating to him this morning, as you can appreciate. Anyone that’s gone through that procedure and the rehab understands, and to have it happen again within the calendar year is very, very […]

August 2014 by Brandon Moffet

Rams Defensive Coach Greg Williams to know his fate soon

New Orleans’s Saint Defensive Coordinator Gregg Williams and former head coach of the Buffalo Bills is expected to know his fate this week as the NFL will decide what punishment is best in regards to the bounty scandal he was involved in.  It is possible that the bounty scandal which was said to take place […]

March 2012 by rams360

Jeff Fisher New Rams Head Coach

After about two weeks of negotiating with Fisher, he finally chose the Rams over the Dolphins to become the new head coach.  There were a variety of reasons of why he may have made the decision of St. Louis over Miami, but it seems as though hand picking the front office may have been the […]

January 2012 by rams360

Rams Lose; Spags Fired

In the final game of the season, the Rams scored 27 points but still lost to the NFC West Champion 49ers.  The game was out of hand for most of the game, but two touchdowns in the final 5 minutes made it a 7 point game.  The day after the loss, head coach Steve Spagnuolo […]

January 2012 by rams360

St. Louis Shutout in Pittsburgh

In the Rams final game on the road this season, they couldn’t score a point.  Despite Ben Roethlisberger sitting this one out and Charlie Batch starting in his place, the final score was 27-0.  Batch was effective for the most part, completing most of his passes while only turning it over once. Despite struggling for […]

December 2011 by rams360

Rams Run Out of Steam

The Rams defense kept them in the game for most of the contest, but the offense couldn’t find a way to score.  The final score was 20-13, but at times St. Louis looked like the better team on the field.  They led 6-3 at halftime and actually had more total yards and no turnovers.  Cincy […]

December 2011 by rams360

Rams Lose 4th Straight

This losing streak is still just the second longest of the season, and each one was by a division opponent.  They were swept by the Seahawks in that streak, including the loss on Sunday.  Bradford had a very tough game against a solid Seattle defense.  It is clear he needs more weapons in this offense, […]

December 2011 by rams360

No Points, No Win

Well the Rams certainly didn’t help themselves when they didn’t score a single point against the 49ers on Sunday.  Of course the Niners are one of the best teams in the NFL, and the Rams, well, aren’t.  It didn’t help that Bradford was a late scratch and AJ Feeley was under center.  St. Louis actually […]

December 2011 by rams360

Rams Lose Battle of Special Teams

Nick Miller signed off the streets earlier this week started off the scoring with an 88 yard punt return for a touchdown on Sunday.  The Rams looked to do what the Cardinals did to them earlier in the year and win the game on special teams.  However, Patrick Peterson did it again for the Cards, […]

November 2011 by rams360

Rams Offense Sputters In Loss

The Rams started off great.  Two early interceptions off of Tarvaris Jackson and a first quarter 30 yard TD pass from Bradford to Lloyd gave the Rams a 7 pointLynclead.  The scoring stopped there, as the Seattle defense effectively halted the Rams offensive attack.  Bradford’s performance went way down hill after the first few drives. […]

November 2011 by rams360