Eric Dickerson Foresees Move Back to LA...with Adrian Peterson | TwinCities.com
Dickerson is feeling pretty good about the team moving back to Los Angeles. He said he’s heard from several Rams officials, whom he wouldn’t name, that such a scenario is likely.
Rams’ Gamble on Britt is Paying Dividends | St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Kenny Britt hasn’t set the world on fire, but he is providing a spark for the Rams’ wide receiver corps.
LA Dance Continues for Rams, Raiders, Chargers | Pro Football Talk
Sunday’s game between the Raiders and Chargers launched a three-week round-robin of franchises that may move to L.A. This week, it’s Rams-Chargers; next week, it’s Raiders-Rams.
Four Members of Greatest Show on Turf Up For the Hall | ESPN
There's still a long way to go but for the four members of the Greatest Show on Turf Rams, the hope of going into the Hall of Fame together on the first ballot remains alive.
From backup QB to Super Bowl champion: @kurt13warner KURT WARNER: http://t.co/j180vPiZE1 pic.twitter.com/jCeEnWRbKc— St. Louis Rams (@STLouisRams) November 19, 2014
GSOT Creating a Hall of Fame Traffic Jam | Lyndy’s Sports
Almost four years ago, when running back Marshall Faulk was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame as a first-time eligible, it signaled the beginning of the group of outstanding players from the St. Louis Rams "Greatest Show on Turf" teams that would some day also be considered for enshrinement.
Scouting Report: Rams vs. Chargers | San Diego Chargers’ Official Site
The San Diego Chargers have their sights set on their second consecutive win and a 7-4 record when they welcome the St. Louis Rams to Qualcomm Stadium on Sunday.
Rams-Chargers Preview | Fox Sports
The Chargers have dropped six of 10 all-time matchups, most recently losing 20-17 at St. Louis in 2010 as Rivers was sacked a career-high seven times.
Rams Look to Close Tough Stretch on a High Note | ESPN
If the St. Louis Rams can find a way to beat the San Diego Chargers on Sunday, they will be 4-4 in their past eight games.
Legatron Named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week | ESPN
As a rookie, St. Louis Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein made a habit of winning awards for his powerful right leg. He took home a pair of Special Teams Player of the Week honors in Week 4 and Week 13 of the 2012 season.
Veteran WR Austin Pettis had a workout in Carolina today, per league source.— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) November 19, 2014
Week 11 Pro Bowl Cheat Sheet | Pro Football Focus
In 2013 the Rams sent Robert Quinn and Johnny Hekker to the Pro Bowl. With eleven weeks in the books in 2014, there’s a different Rams’ player that PFF sees fit for a Hawaiian getaway.
Jared Cook is Quietly Having a Strong Season | Cover 32 Rams
Ask 100 Rams fans their opinion on tight end Jared Cook, and you might get 100 different answers. Some might say he’s overpaid, some have called him a letdown, some may be indifferent. However, overshadowed by quarterback changes, a late-emerging defensive line, and an impressive rookie class, Cook has had a very quietly productive 2014 campaign.
Mason the Key to a Rams Week 12 Victory | Rant Sports
The next three games for St. Louis could change everything, as they play a tough game away from home against the San Diego Chargers followed by two much easier matchups with the Oakland Raiders and the Washington Redskins.
Rookie Stock Report, Week 11 | Ramblin’ Fan
The Rams came away with the shocker of the week, as they defeated the Denver Broncos 22-7. St. Louis beat Denver in all three phases, and they improve their record to 4-6 on the season. The Rams have now beaten three of the four Divisional Championship teams from last year. Here is Ramblin’ Fan’s breakdown of the 2014 rookie draft class after week 11.
Chris Mortensen Not So Sure of a Rams Move to Los Angeles...
Welcome To the Machine...
ESPN has this fancy little app they call the "Playoff Machine." It allows you to hand-pick the winning/losing teams in every NFL game from Weeks 12-17. You can be honest with yourself...or you can throw in a bunch of losses and ties for NFC West opponents and end up with something like what you see above.