Biggest Disappointment[s] of the 2013 Season: CBS Sports
The Rams are picking second overall in the upcoming NFL draft, and it’s no secret that it’s due to the Rams/Redskins trade that landed Robert Griffin III in Washington. A sophomore slump earned RG3 this year’s "biggest disappointment" honors, but one Rams’ player didn’t escape the Top 10 list.
The Hall-of-Fame Case For Aeneas Williams: CBS Sports
This is the third-straight year Williams has been a finalist, and he seems to be getting closer and closer, surviving the cut to 10 in 2013. Take a look at a few reasons why he should - and shouldn’t - be inducted into the NFL’s Hall-of-Fame.
If there was any excitement surrounding the new Pro Bowl format, it’s probably lost by now. With that being said, it’s not often you see a Rams’ player suiting up in Hawaii. Robert Quinn and Johnny Hekker will both be playing for Jerry Rice’s squad. It beats the alternative…
Gabe Jackson…"Brawler and Mauler": NFL.com
Gabe Jackson has become a popular name among Rams’ fans who enjoy prognosticating the team’s 2014 draft selections. Why not? Guard is certainly one of the team’s needs. Mike Mayock says he’s "about as physical a guy as you’re going to see." Harness your inner scout, and tell us what you see from any of these videos [courtesy of Draft Breakdown].
NFL Nation/Super Bowl Player Survey: ESPN
As part of the on-going reveal of answers to the NFL Nation survey which polled 320 players on a variety of questions, we've reached the release of the answer to a poll question not much different than the one asking which player is most respected by his peers.
Plays that Shaped the Rams Season - Number 8: ESPN
The St. Louis Rams finished the 2013 season second in the NFL in total penalties with 121, trailing only the NFC West division rival Seattle Seahawks. Considering the Seahawks led the NFL with 128 infractions, one would think their penalty problems would have an adverse effect on their record. But the difference between the Rams and Seahawks came down to the simple fact that Seattle was good enough to overcome its mistakes and the Rams weren't.
"I understand the process now and I know that I can’t become emotionally invested in the process because when you look at everybody on that list, not just the finalists, you look at the semifinalists, everybody deserves to be in the Hall of Fame. The fact that I’m [a finalist] is an incredible honor. Whoever gets in deserves to be in because all of the names on that list deserve to be in, but you can’t put everybody in."