Sucks. Bradford had a great game, slinging the ball all over the field. Unfortunately, Peterson and the Vikings were just too much and we couldn't answer.
Worst part is that pretty much shattered any hopes at any chance of reaching the playoffs. However, I am encouraged. Yes, the Rams were very up and down this year but in this particular season, with their newest head coach, they finally have flipped the switch and those days of being the worst team are done. This team has displayed confidence, resiliency and have had an very aggressive approach in many games and things will only get better in the future. This offseason, obviously very important, and we have another big opportunity in the draft thanks to the trade with Washington. Hopefully the Rams execute and bring in players who are worth the selection.
We need to look at bringing in another WR, 2nd tight end. Possibly a replacement for Jackson if he doesn't return. Or a backup to Richardson.
We also need some blockers in front of Sam.
As for the defense, we need some outside linebackers and a fs.
Ya soooooooooo Peterson was a monster... no Harvin? No Problem lol... wow ... that was tough.... so what is our new theory on how to make lucky game threads or what gives us luck with them
The Rams believe RG Harvey Dahl suffered a torn biceps in Sunday's Week 15 loss to the Vikings.
The injury was initially described as being to Dahl's elbow. Regardless, he is lost for the season's remainder. We’ll take a look at one of the younger guys up front at the guard spot," coach Jeff Fisher said. Look for Dahl to be placed on the injured reserve list early this week. Dec 16 - 11:12 PM
I didn't even realize he had gotten hurt...don't remember them having to stop the game for him (and I was at the game)...
But yeah...we're ****ed (and by that, I mean Bradford's ****ed). We're now down two somewhat competent offensive lineman (Wells and Saffold). Lovely.
I believe we have the weakest schedule strength
going into this season it looked like a somewhat easy year for us....but then teams came out of nowhere like the dolphins, vikings, and bucs