@stlouisrams great season. Most fun I've had watching football in about a decade. Love this team going forward. — John Londoff (@JHL525) December 31, 2012
We saw a lot of growing up by the Rams today, even though they didn't get the W. Great presence in the most difficult stadium in the league.— RamsHerd (@RamsHerd) December 31, 2012
Great season, #Rammies.— Andrew Moses (@andrewdmoses) December 31, 2012
Jeff Fisher is to be commended, I thought 5 wins would be good. He also made them somewhat interesting, improvement over nobody caring.— John Marecek (@JohnMarecek) December 31, 2012
Not the way I hoped it would end but still proud of our boys this year. The best is yet to come... Can't wait for 2013! #Rams— Lisa Boaz (@LisaABoaz) December 31, 2012
And so ends a Rams season of missed opportunities, but still of vast improvement. I applaud the @stlouisrams and see a playoff team in 2013— Chris(@BiggameCB) December 31, 2012
Overall, a good year for the #Rams, considering the mess pre-Fisher. A winning season should be expected in 2013.— Andrew Astleford (@aastleford) December 31, 2012
Thinking this season was "great" would be stretch of the word. The Rams didn't make the playoffs. Never, after any game during the season did anybody say this was a great team. A great future? Sure. Mr. Hooks worded it perfectly:
It was an 'improved' season. Not a 'great' or 'good' season. Losing record and no playoffs shouldn't be our standard. #STLRams— Aaron Hooks (@athooks) December 31, 2012
Expect an exciting, possibly heartbreaking offseason. The front office will make moves to improve the team, but favorite players may be lost in the action. What'll happen to Danny Amendola or Steven Jackson? One thing is for sure. We'll never see Craig Dahl miss a tackle again. Not in a Rams jersey, at least.
A happier GIF: Chris Long sack. Dance is a bonus.