2012 St. Louis Rams Season Outlook

May 30, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Quick Review of 2011
Offense—No. 23 rushing, No. 30 passing, No. 31 total.
Defense—No. 31 rushing, No. 7 passing, No. 22 total.
After coming close to a division title in 2010, the Rams had high hopes of being a playoff contender in 2011. Instead they won only two games—a shockingly dominant upset of New Orleans, and a one-point win at Cleveland.
Quarterback Sam Bradford was hit with the "sophomore" slump. Bradford missed six games and the Rams were only 1-9 in the games he played. He threw as many interceptions—six—as touchdown passes, and had no games with more than one touchdown pass.
The Rams were also last in points scored with 193, and their point differential was a league low of -214.
Even though the pass defense put up respectable numbers, it was due to a poor run defense and the fact that since the Rams were usually behind, teams didn't need to pass as much against them.
Overall, it was another poor showing for a ...

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