St. Louis Rams – 2014 Tickets and Preview
The St. Louis Rams might fool some NFL fans this season, along with even the ardent fans who buy Rams tickets and pack the Edward Jones Dome on Sundays. Jeff Fisher is quietly building a competitive team, reveling in a colossal flow of draft picks courtesy of the Redskins. Fisher used one of those draft picks to select offensive lineman Gregg Robinson in the 2014 NFL Draft, a move the Rams hope will pay dividends long into the future and help keep Sam Bradford upright.
Bradford should like the pick, even as he looks over a group of wide receivers that has no real star and more than one name that needs to make some progress in 2014. Chris Givens and Tavon Austin have potential but no performance yet. Kenny Britt comes in from Tennessee with something to prove. At least the Rams will be able to run the ball behind Robinson, whether it’s Tre Mason or Zac Stacy getting most of the carries. With one of the best defensive lines in the NFL the St. Louis Rams are still facing some uncertainty. Defensive Coordinator Gregg Williams, of Bountygate fame, finally takes over in 2014. How that plays out will be interesting to watch.
The schedule for the 2014 St. Louis Rams is going to be a beast. Seattle twice, and the 49ers twice, and the Cardinals twice, and then Philadelphia, Denver, and San Diego among others, means the Rams will have to pull it all together, stay healthy, and make the next step if they want to get out of the NFC West with even Wild Card tickets.