After all is said and done You've never walked, you've never run
You're a winner
You got the moves, you know the streets
Break the rules, take the heat
You're nobody's fool
You're at your best when when the going gets rough
You've been put to the test, but it's never enough
|Average ranking (# of rankings)||27.56 (9)|
|Average change from last week||-3.38|
|Highest ranking (source)||25th (multiple sources)|
|Lowest ranking (source)||31st (multiple sources)|
|Biggest positive change (source)||-1 (NFL.com)|
|Biggest negative change (source)||-5 (multiple sources)|
The Rams have scored 10 points the past two weeks and have lost by 24 points in three of their past four games. No other team has two such losses this season.
Remember the days when Nick Foles threw for 445 yards and three touchdowns like Ben Roethlisberger, Russell Wilson or Blake Bortles? Yeah, me neither. St. Louis' offense has almost as much difficulty sustaining drives as you did when you set up your Electric Pro Football, and you had to make the guys vibrate 80 yards down the field. The quarterback was required to catapult a foam ball, resulting in something that strangely resembled the Foles-to-Cook connection.
This season can only be classified as disappointing. They fired offensive coordinator Frank Cignetti. Are bigger changes coming?
The Rams haven't scored more than 13 points in over a month, which has cost the offensive coordinator his job, and the defense can't stop the run.
Nick Foles has the third-best passer rating in a single season in NFL history. I can't explain it either.
Far more confusing that the team’s current predicament is how it won four of its first seven games.
The Rams needed to find a scapegoat for an offense that can’t seem to generate nearly any big plays, so offensive coordinator Frank Cignetti was fired on Monday.
The 4-3 defensive end with both the most run stops and best run stop percentage is William Hayes, at 10 stops and 15.4 percent. They also have the top two 4-3 outside linebackers in total run stops, with Mark Barron at 13 and Akeem Ayers at 12.