So what's it gonna be?

Lets get passed the bull crap, fantasy talk, and statistics that we can only dream about, and get right down to business.

Here's the Rams schedule for the upcoming regular season:

Week 1 - St. Louis @ Seattle - Sunday September 13, 2009 Do not expect much here from the Rams against a tough Seahawks team after they take a long road trip to get there.

Week 2 - St. Louis @ Washington - Sunday, September 20th - This is another tough road game for a weak Rams team. Look for Washington to walk over the Rams rather easily.

Week 3 - Green Bay @ St. Louis - Sunday, September 27th - Aaron Rogers is continuing to improve for the Packers but this should be a good chance for the Rams to pull out a win against a suspect Packers team.

Week 4 - St. Louis @ San Francisco - Sunday, October 4th - The 49ers are a much improved football team in 2009 and they should be able to beat the Rams rather easily in 2009 with the addition of some very skilled new players.

Week 5 - Minnesota @ St. Louis - Sunday, October 11th - The Rams have a chance to pull a rabbit out of a hat in this game but it all depends on which Vikings team shows up. The Vikings have one of the top players in the NFL in Adrian Peterson and it could prove tough for the Rams to stop him.

Week 6 - St. Louis @ Jacksonville - Sunday, October 18th - This is likely another loss in the double digits this year for the Rams as they go to Jville to take on a playoff bound Jacksonville Jaguars.

Week 7 - Indianapolis @ St. Louis - Sunday, October 25th - Look for a loss here no matter what the experts say. It is very hard to go against the incredible Payton Manning in any type of weather let alone a dome.

Week 8 - St. Louis @ Detroit - Sunday, November 1st - This game will be very entertaining since it is probably the two worst teams in the NFL over the last few years. The Lions may still be looking for their first win of the year and the Rams will likely not be much better.

Week 9 - Bye Week

Week 10New Orleans @ St. Louis - Sunday, November 15th - This could prove to be a tough game for the Rams with the likes of Reggie Bush and Drew Breese on the other side of the ball. Look for the Saints to put up some big offensive numbers in this one.

Week 11 - Arizona @ St. Louis - Sunday, November 22nd - This may be one of the few games the Rams win this year but it will not come easily. Look for the big receivers that the Cardinals have to have big days but also expect a close game in the end.

Week 12 - Seattle @ St. Louis - Sunday, November 29th - Do not expect any payback here from the earlier game in the year where the Seahawks probably won by 20 points or so but there is a chance at an upset this late in the year. The home field advantage is not even in place usually but could prove to be there for this one.

Week 13St. Louis @ Chicago - Sunday, December 6th - Look for the Bears defense to light the Rams up at Soldier field and look for the bears to score a few times on both sides of the ball.

Week 14 - St. Louis @ Tennessee - Sunday, December 13th - The Titans are expected to win this one at home in a one sided game. The Titans were a great team in 2008 and they should have no problems this year against the Rams.

Week 15 - Houston @ St. Louis - Sunday, December 20th - Rams VS the Houston Texans - This is a great chance for the Rams to get one of the few wins this year against a very weak Texans team. The Texans are careless with the ball and do not play good on the road late in the season.

Week 16 - St. Louis @ Arizona - Sunday, December 27th - Look for the Cardinals to sweep the Rams in a one sided victory. The Cardinals receivers will prove to be to much once again for a weak Rams team.

Week 17 - San Francisco @ St. Louis - Sunday, January 3rd - Look for a loss to end the season for the Rams. The 49ers are likely to be in playoff contention at this point in the year and they will not fall to the rams.

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