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If the Rams are going mountain climbing it all begins with scaling the NFC West. Each and every team in this division has its’ own quirks and weaknesses. It’s not impossible to picture the St. Louis Rams making a quick turnaround. The measuring stick comes within the NFC West where St. Louis will welcome the Seahawks, Cardinals, and 49ers to the Edward Jones Dome. Tough games against the San Diego Chargers and the Atlanta Falcons are also good choices in Rams tickets. But who knows what Rams ticket will let you see Sam Bradford play his breakout game? No telling. So don’t miss a single minute of the 2014 St. Louis Rams.
St. Louis Rams tickets are the best way to catch the Sam Bradford show. After winning only a single game in 2009 the Rams had the luxury of choosing the best player available. That turned out to be the strong armed and savvy quarterback out of Oklahoma. Bradford seems to be the prototype NFL quarterback. He’s big, an accurate passer, and has no discernible personal quirks to provide an unwanted diversion. The St. Louis Rams have a long way to go, but if Sam Bradford pans out they’ll have cleared a major hurdle in their march to respectability.
Sam Bradford will be expected to pay immediate dividends. Fans with Rams tickets should be prepared to live with the ups and downs of a rookie quarterback in the NFL. Bradford ran a different system in college and didn’t spend much time under center. Learning how defense is played in the NFL will be a challenge, but if the audience can hold fast, Sam Bradford offers real hope. Of course, it won’t hurt Bradford to be handing off to Steven Jackson. This is a complete NFL running back, a guy who can run between the tackles, turn the corner, and be productive in the passing game. Jackson gained 1,416 yards on the ground in 2009 and seems to be able to handle the work load. At wide receiver the Rams like Donnie Avery, who bulked up for 2010 without losing any speed. From there the field is wide open with Laurent Robinson, Danny Amendola, and Brandon Gibson all vying for playing time. Overall, the St. Louis Rams hope to be consistent on offense, building on the running of Steven Jackson, and letting Sam Bradford learn the ropes.
The Rams defense has got to get better and they’ve got to do it with the same personnel who were victimized last season. Obviously the young guys have to step up. Defensive lineman Chris Long was a late bloomer in 2009 but seems to have gotten his feet under him. It was also nice to see rookie James Lairinaitis waltz in and play like a wily veteran from the beginning. The Rams pass protection suffered as the injury bug hit, but everyone appears to be in good shape this year. Still, this unit has a long way to go and must play at the top of their game every week to help out an offense that won’t score points in bunches.
Rams in better health as Sunday approaches
In the secondary, the Rams will have more decisions to make with less certainty surrounding their options there. Cornerback Janoris Jenkins (knee) was the only Ram not to practice in some capacity Friday and he's listed as questionable against the Niners.
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Greg Robinson back home at left tackle
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