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Tuesday, September 10, 2013, 9:26pm
When asked whether Pead would play this week on Monday, Rams coach Jeff Fisher said "we'll see."
The Rams didn't get much production in the run game and Zac Stacy got the only carry among backs not named Daryl Richardson. Fisher said he wants to see more of Stacy. Could that mean less Richardson to make room for some carries for Pead and Stacy?
One other thing we'll monitor this week is Richardson's health. Although he finished the game against Arizona, he did spend some time being looked at by Rams' medical personnel on the sideline. There are a lot of moving parts to the team's running back situation right now.
Sunday, September 8, 2013, 3:16pm
Beat: Chris Givens may be Rams most productive WR
Saturday, September 7, 2013, 4:05pm
That says a lot considering the article mentions Tavon Austin being used more. And there's been numerous reports how the team intentionally underused Austin in preseason. We do have Givens slightly ahead of Austin this week in an OK matchup against the Cards at home. Givens could draw a lot of Patrick Peterson in this contest as well.
Saturday, September 7, 2013, 3:57pm
For the first time in his NFL career, he has the same offensive coordinator and the same playbook. As a result, Bradford should be able to delve more into the details of the offense and be better suited to teaching it to the young skill players around him.
The Rams made a conscious effort to surround him with better talent in the offseason
Bradford is still well down our list of QBs this season, but worth keeping an eye on. Based on the talent around him, he could be a spot starter in certain matchups if you fall into QB trouble.
Beat: Rams have 'big plans' for Tavon Austin
Thursday, September 5, 2013, 2:52pm
Let there be no doubt: The Rams have plans for Austin, big plans, the type of plans that would extend beyond the diminutive wideout.
The camp reports were overwhelmingly positive for Austin, but when it came to the games, he caught eight passes for 66 yards. That was the second most receptions. (Brian Quick led the way with 10 receptions.) We view Austin as an upside WR4/flex type this week. He'll hold more value in PPR formats.