Needless to say, the St. Louis Rams will be making some roster moves today. They have to add Al Harris and Michael Hoomanawanui to injured reserved and bring in their replacements. Stay tuned for news on that front. Today's headlines have plenty to do with injuries, since that's obviously the most notable thing about a game that had a total of 25 points scored. The headlines...
Re-Focused - Rams @ Browns, Week 10 - The Rams won a close one against the Browns, yet it was a game in which a total of 25 points were scored for the two struggling offenses didn't get going. Pro Football Focus breaks down an ugly win. Worth reading for their take on what's going on with Sam Bradford.
Shurmur defends offensive decisions - Here's a familiar refrain. Cleveland Browns Head Coach Pat Shurmur is being criticized for conservative play calling in the final minutes of a one-point loss to the Rams. Where have you heard that one before? Shurmur defended his decisions and even called the Browns' offense, which features a few wildcat plays, "creative."
Steve Jackson is super focused - The St. Louis Rams' all-world running back is dialed-in and leading the Rams offense, as has been the case for years now. Jackson is seventh in the league in rushing yards after three straight 100-yard+ games.
NFC West running out of cornerbacks - Another week, another cornerback injury for the St. Louis Rams. Al Harris' season-ending knee injury, confirmed Monday by coach Steve Spagnuolo, leaves the Rams with four corners. St. Louis isn't the only team, however, to suffer the loss of cornerbacks.
Rams' injury list reaches epic length - If it weren't so sad, it might be comical. The Rams have enough injured players to fill out another team.