Monday, September 13, 2010

Rams lost to the Cardinals 17-13

Even though the Rams lost, the whole team showed some poise especially the Rams defense. DE Chris Long and DT Fred Robbins showed some early presence to the game.  Sam Bradford performed nicely despite the 3 interceptions which is not a common outing for a rookie quarterback. New Ram WR Mark Clayton played like he has played with the Rams for a long time as he has a career high 10 catches in the game.

On the other hand, Rams should keep SS James Butler on the bench as he got burned on the winning touchdown pass from Anderson to Larry Fitzgerald for the win which only show his weakness for the pass. Craig Dahl should cement his position as the Rams starting strong safety.

Overall the Rams did well on their first outing and I expect some

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Sam Bradford Era in St. Louis starts tomorrow

After missing out on most of the pre-season due to a busy personal schedule I am now back in blogging before the start of the Sam Bradford era of the St. Louis Rams 2010 regular season. 

After a very impressive outing during the preseason, Sam Bradford now enters the season the the starter for the Rams basically unseating veteran QB AJ Feeley.  

Experts and NFL Analysts are expecting the Rams to win the NFC West this year because of some of the clear improvement that where made during the offseason specially the run defense. But the question remains if the Rams offensive line can hold opposing defense so that Sam Bradford can do his thing and also give running back Steven Jackson the running lanes he needed. I would hope Roger Saffold lives up to the jersey number that he was given to be a once great left tackle for Rams named Orlando Pace.