St. Louis Rams: Week 16 NFL Power Rankings (#18)

Last week: 18 (+0)

Record: 6-7-1

Net points per drive: -0.43 (26th)

DVOA: -5.1% (19th)

Weighted DVOA: -5.2% (18th)

It’s week 16 and the Rams are still mathematically alive for a playoff spot, even in the tougher NFC. It’s not an accomplishment for most teams, but given this team’s recent history, it is for them. They’ve definitely played some decent football this year and, though they probably won’t finish at or above .500, thanks to that tie against San Francisco, which could have been a win, and a trip to Seattle week 17, but they can beat the Buccaneers this week to end up finishing 7-8-1 with a lot of hope for the future.

Studs

C Scott Wells: Did not allow a pressure on 64 pass block snaps, 1 penalty, run blocked for 21 yards on 4 attempts

RG Harvey Dahl: Allowed 1 quarterback hit and 1 quarterback hurry on 54 pass block snaps, run blocked for 13 yards on 3 attempts

CB Janoris Jenkins: Allowed 3 catches for 18 yards on 5 attempts, 9 solo tackles, 3 stops

Duds

LT Rodger Saffold: Allowed 2 quarterback hits and 4 quarterback hurries on 64 pass block snaps, 2 penalties, run blocked for 1 yard on 2 attempts

WR Chris Givens: Caught 1 pass for 22 yards on 4 attempts on 37 pass snaps, 0.0 YAC per catch, 1 drop, 2 kickoff returns for 29 yards

FS Craig Dahl: 4 solo tackles, 3 missed tackles, allowed 1 catch for 14 yards on 1 attempt

DT Michael Brockers: Did not record a pressure on 14 pass rush snaps, 1 solo tackle, 1 stop, 1 missed tackle

DT Kendall Langford: Did not record a pressure on 16 pass rush snaps, 1 penalty, 1 solo tackle, 1 stop

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