I think the Rams probably win two more games and are sitting here at 7-6 instead of 5-8. Still on the periphery of the playoff hunt. But at least still in it. I think they beat Seattle for sure _ maybe by double digits. The Rams dominated both sides of the line of scrimmage in that one.
I'll repeat. This is not spring training. This is not the exhibition season. You're still playing to win and trying to put your 11 best players on either side of the ball. Not to denigrate Davis, but he doesn't fit into the Rams' future plans. It was a desperation move to get an extra arm in for the rest of the season, and someone who knew the offense and could step in immediately if needed. Anybody in the league could've had Davis after he missed the final cut with the Rams at the end of the preseason.. He lasted one week on the Dolphins practice squad and that was it until Bradford got hur in late October. That should tell you something.
I can't see him staying without a paycut. But if he comes back it's not at safety. He's too small _ 5-10, 179.
Please see earlier answer.
There could be a lot of moves made on the offensive line. I think it's the one unit on the team that will be most in flux. Saffold probably is gone as a free agent. The contracts of Chris Williams and Shelley Smith are up. Does Wells come back? Does Dahl come back? Do they think any of the youngsters _ Barrett Jones or Tim Barnes are ready to compete for jobs? As for Wells and Dahl, I'd be very surprised if both are back.
Even factoring in the injury to Bradford it has been a disappointing season to date. Wide receiver group as a whole has been running in place. No overall improvement. Defense has regressed, not playing up to draft status/potential. Ten years without a winning record. An owner who won't engage in any dialogue with the fans. It's tough. The Rams need a strong offseason.
I think right now, the Redskins pick is No. 2 overall. The trade looks like a steal right now for the Rams, but it depends on what the Rams get long term out of all those draft picks they ended up getting.
Won't be a new head coach.
Don't hold your breath on the LA part of your equation.
Height has nothing to do with it. As tough as he runs, he needs to work on his pass catching and his blitz pickup. I think Stacy could be the long-term back. But I'd like to see more of Cunningham.
Like I said. They better make these draft picks count.
I've heard nothing from the governor. Again, I here there's nothing going on, negotiation-wise, and that Kroenke wants to take this thing to franchise free agency.
You're at least a year premature with this question.
I believe Smith, Barron, and Hill are out of football. Carriker is still with the Redskins, but I believe he's hurt.
Yeah, that's it day-to-day. Even if it's a low-ankle sprain that could mean a week or two. I doubt they'd have put him back in if there was any fear that it was a high ankle sprain. We'll get a better idea Wednesday when the team practices again.
So far, I think he's what we expected. He's not very good at taking on blockers, which hurts int he run game. He makes the occasional splash play. He has excellent range. I think he's been a solid pick; still needs to learn a lot about the game.
I'm still in the first half watching the coaches' tape, But it looked like Stacy had a couple of chances to bounce the play outside and did not. They tried that one misdirection flip, and it went for a 7-yard loss because no one blocked John Abraham.
Langford is playing pretty well. Throw him off your list. I still think Saffold will go somewhere where he can play left tackle. Finnegan won't be back without a pay cut. Wells and Dahl, tough call on each. I say one of those two won't be back.
I think we still need another two or three years to see how all the draft picks they got for the RGIII pick turn out.