Sep 192012
 

Last week: 11 (+1)

Record: 1-1

Every year, there is one team that goes from 5 wins or fewer to the playoffs. I have a feeling that it’s going to be an NFC team this year, either the Rams, Redskins, or Buccaneers. I’m sticking with my preseason prediction here and putting the Rams in. They’ve looked just as I’ve expected through the first 2 games, almost beating Detroit in Detroit and beating the Redskins at home in St. Louis.

Studs

QB Sam Bradford: 26 of 35 for 310 yards, 3 touchdowns, and 1 interception, 1 hit as thrown, 1 batted pass, 1 drop, 99.9 adjusted QB rating, pressured on 14 of 38 drop backs (2 sacks, 1 scramble, 6 of 11, 1 hit as thrown, 1 drop, 1 touchdown)

WR Danny Amendola: 15 catches for 160 yards and a touchdown on 16 attempts on 38 pass attempts, 5.5 YAC per catch 1 drop

LOLB JoLonn Dunbar: Allowed 2 catches for 2 yards on 3 attempts, 7 solo tackles, 1 assist, 6 stops

CB Cortland Finnegan: Allowed 2 catches for 7 yards on 3 attempts, 1 interception, 4 solo tackles, 4 stops, 1 missed tackle

LE Chris Long: 8 quarterback hurries on 29 pass rush snaps, 2 solo tackles, 1 assist, 1 stop

Duds

RG Harvey Dahl: Allowed 2 quarterback hurries on 41 pass block snaps, 1 penalty

CB Janoris Jenkins: Allowed 5 catches for 120 yards and a touchdown on 7 attempts, 1 pass deflection, 5 solo tackles, 3 stops, 1 missed tackle

DT Kendall Langford: 1 quarterback hit on 30 pass rush snaps, no tackles

RE Eugene Sims: Did not record a pressure on 27 pass rush snaps, 4 solo tackles, 3 stops, 1 missed tackle

  2 Responses to “St. Louis Rams: Week 3 NFL Power Rankings (#11)”

  1. 4 DUDS? ONLY 2 GAMES IN…GIVE IT UNTIL GAME 8 THEN THERE WILL BE 0 DUDS

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