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A new start for the Rams and Sam Bradford. And for me.

With Sam Bradford gone, it’s all up for grabs. Whether or not they’re better (that’s an argument for the next several months), suddenly this is a different Rams team. This is a different team that Saint Louis and Los Angeles are fighting over. This is a different team that enters the 2015 draft. It’s a new start, that’s for sure.

Rams fans have unique opportunity to meet Marshall Faulk through IfOnly

If you were to talk about the most electrifying NFL players, odds are Marshall Faulk would be an integral part of the conversation after an outstanding 12-year career that included stints with the Indianapolis Colts and St. Louis Rams. While Faulk won the 1994 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award and collected three Pro […]

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Rams seek to continue winning ways vs Chiefs

The St. Louis Rams pulled off a glorious upset in week seven, as they snuck by the once mighty Seattle Seahawks. Suddenly they’re 2-4 and if they can put together a string of wins, they could launch themselves in the conversation for an NFC wild card playoff spot. They’ll have to get through the Kansas […]

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Rams tickets 10% below season average for matchup vs Seahawks

The St. Louis Rams have been here before. They’ll welcome the Seattle Seahawks into town as underdogs. The main difference is the Seahawks are the defending Super Bowl champs, while the Rams actually know they can win this time. Last year, they rode running back Zac Stacy and narrowly came up short on the game’s […]

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Rams tickets just 4% above average for Cowboys game

Most signs would have pointed to the St, Louis Rams having a lost season by now, but despite numerous injuries (the biggest ones to their top two quarterbacks) they’re sitting at a decent 1-1 through two games. Heading into Week 3, they have their sights set on shocking the world some more and getting by […]

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Rams Camp – A Surreal Paradise Ten Miles From Ferguson

Tuesday afternoon gave us clear blue skies with the sun waning and temperatures under 80 degrees as the Rams players and hopefuls ran out onto a gorgeous green field. It was easy — surreally easy — to forget that riot police and angry protestors were staking out lines for another battle just ten miles away.

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Scott Wells and the Donut Effect

The same thing that makes a donut a donut can also make an offensive line into a complete disaster: a hole in the middle. I went back through some old posts and found one from Week 12, when the Rams’ offense was finally hitting its stride. Zac Stacy had cemented his role as a workhorse […]


I’m not going to tell you how to feel about Michael Sam

A friend of mine from high school came out shortly after graduation, and my first thought was “you lied.” This was twenty years ago, I was a teenager and a girl that I loved had loved him, you see. Her anger and confusion boiled up with my own, and I probably said and did some […]

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Debating the Rams’ First Round Picks, Greg Robinson and Aaron Donald, and Who to Draft in Round 2-3

The St Louis Rams are done with smokescreens, done with questions about Sam Bradford, done with months of speculation. They made a statement with their first two picks of the 2014 NFL Draft. Loosely translated, that statement reads something like “Come at me, bro.”
Auburn’s freakishly talented Greg Robinson re-anchors the offensive line, and John Randle-sized defensive tackle Aaron Donald adds yet another wave of pass-rush ability to the game’s most complete defensive line. With these picks, the Rams are preparing to win the trench warfare that defines the new NFC West. Both picks are earning acclaim from nationwide pundits, but what do the RamsHerd writers think? Read on.


You can’t make this up: Rodger Saffold edition

It was a Wednesday evening in early March and I was spending it like any obsessed Rams fan would be: on Twitter, searching for updates on free agent guard Travelle Wharton, because he might be thinking about retirement, but for gods' sake would be a better option than Davin Joseph, who the Rams were wining […]


Rams Fan Guide to the NFL Combine, Day 4: Defensive Backs

The last day of workouts will feature the backend of the defense. And while they won’t break this group up in Indy, we will here at Ramsherd. There are some obvious team needs in the defensive backfield that will make this group a must-study. Let’s dive in. Cornerbacks NEED LEVEL – MEDIUM The Rams began […]


Rams Fan Guide to the NFL Combine, Day 3: The Front Seven

Monday morning of the NFL Combine will be the defensive prospects' turn to lace them up for all eyes to see. Members of the defensive front, linemen and linebackers, will get the first crack at it.  The consensus for all sound minds is the Rams defensive front is the overwhelming strength of the team.  There […]


Rams Fan Guide to the NFL Combine, Day 2: QB, WR, RB

The second day of workouts at the 2014 combine is easily the most intriguing for the Rams, and will easily be the most-discussed among Rams fans.  As the quarterbacks, running backs, and wide receivers take the field at Lucas Oil Field, I expect Les Snead, Jeff Fisher and company to be fully attentive. Let's dive […]


Rams Fan Guide to the NFL Combine, Day 1

The weekend of May 8-10 is undoubtedly one of the biggest turning points thus far in the Jeff Fisher & Les Snead era.  The 2014 draft will provide the Rams with ample opportunities to continue to build this roster in hopes of catching the divisional front-runners,  the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers.  Of course, […]