It is obvious that the St. Louis Rams, did not take heed to my three keys to victory on Sunday. Lets take a second to review my three keys to victory for the Rams against the Bears: 1. Protect the quarterback 2. Run the ball 3. Protect the ball. The Rams failed to accomplish any of these keys or even come close. The highly shuffled offensive line did not protect Bradford at all. Sam Bradford was sacked 6 times for negative fifty-one yards and threw one interception. He was knocked down, hurried and failed to find any type of rhythm. The running game was shut completely down. Steven Jackson had 11 rushes for 29 yards and Richardson had 4 attempts for 16 yards. The Rams where unable to pass or run against the high motored Bears defense. League leader in receptions coming into Sundays game, Amendola was held to five reception for 65 yards and no touchdown. To solidify the game the Bears Wright intercepted Bradford and house called it, putting the game out of reach. The Rams hope to bounce back next week against the Seattle Seahawks, another team with a smash mouth defense.
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Written by James Scoggins Jr.