Tag Archive: St. Louis Rams


Mike Holmgren may have gotten “his guy”, but let me tell ya, “his guy” is a fraud. Has everyone forgotten the Rams lackluster performance against the Seahawks in Week 17? The result should be a direct reflection on Pat Shurmur.

Yes, the Rams may have won more games in 2010 than the three previous seasons.

Yes, Shurmur may have coached Sam Bradford to a Rookie-of-the-Year award win.

Yes, the Rams offense was ravaged by injuries.

Now, please forget ALL OF THAT because it means nothing!

Let me put the year in perspective. Here’s a look at some key offensive numbers that are down right offensive. Continue reading

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Isaac Bruce spent 14 years in a Los Angeles/St. Louis Rams uniform. He’s been with the Rams at their highest and lowest points. Playoff berths, division titles, conference titles and even a Super Bowl victory.

A few days ago I had the opportunity to talk with Isaac about the work he’s doing with the “Take it to the House” campaign, concussions, the 2010 Rams, Sam Bradford and his thoughts on a variety of other topics.

No better person to hear from at this point in the season than a guy who’s been through it all. Continue reading

If I had to grade the performance of St. Louis Rams rookie quarterback Sam Bradford after 15 weeks, I’d give him a B-minus.

Bradford has carried the Rams to a place they couldn’t have gotten without him. Nobody in their right mind would have picked the Rams to be competitive this season, even though they play in the God-awful NFC West. Continue reading

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Well I think it’s safe to say we have a clear-cut favorite to win the NFL MVP. Can it really be anyone other than Tom Brady? In the past four games he’s thrown 13 touchdowns and zero interceptions. The guy is a freak of nature.

The MVP may be clear but the standings are murkier than ever. Only one of the eight division leaders has a lead of two games or more. The other seven divisions are either tied or separated by one game. That’s going to make for great football down the stretch. Continue reading