Oct 20, 2013; Charlotte, NC, USA; St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford (8) reacts in the second quarter at Bank of America Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

St. Louis Rams 2014 Season Preview

Mark Weber of The Onside Kick and MVP Sports gives you his thoughts and opinions about the St. Louis Rams coming into the 2014 NFL season.

The Rams are coming off of a 7-9 season in 2013 which was good for last in the NF West. However, they added some quality pieces in the 2014 NFL Draft that was headlined by their 7th round pick in Michael Sam.

One of the strength of the Rams that Mark talks about in their defensive line which could be seen as one of the scariest in the entire NFL.

The weakness mark talks about is none other than quarterback Sam Bradford. He discuss whether or not Bradford can do enough to make the St. Louis Rams competitive in the NFC West this season.

Mark finishes up the video by talking about the Rams schedule in 2014. He looks at some winnable games, especially in the beginning of the year. He also gives his prediction for the Rams overall in 2014.

Tell us what you think about the St. Louis Rams coming into the 2014 season down below.

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  • Rick Talley

    The Rams will surprise this year, mostly BECAUSE OF SAM BRADFORD. That’s right; I’m all in on Bradford. There are just way too many positives on the offensive side of the ball, an overall vast improvement; therefore allowing Bradford to be the player he’s capable of being. I know I’ll get slammed for this opinion, but I’m sticking to it. Offensive line – check; improved running game – check; more experienced receivers – check. At this time next year, people will be wondering how anyone could have doubted Bradford’s ability to be a winner.

    • randal shacklett

      Heck Rick, I’m drinking the same kool-aid! I’ll go so far as to predict “comeback player of the year” for Bradford and a play-off berth to boot, why not?

      • Ricky Widmer

        Does that mean the Rams will get in the playoffs over either the Seahawks or the 49ers or will there be THREE playoff teams from the NFC West this year?

        • Rick Talley

          Good question. I think the Rams and Seahawks get to the playoffs;and the 49ers struggle. On paper, that shouldn’t be the case. But there is a whole lot of negative stuff going on in SF. Alton Smith is likely out, Bowman will be very difficult to replace, Vernon Davis is disgruntled, and the front office is fighting each other. The Cardinals are a good team, but they just lost Daryl Washington for the year, LT Veldharr is not that great and the OF in general, is average, and Palmer is getting old and is one hit away from saying “bye, bye”…..with no adequate backup. That’s my read.

          • Ricky Widmer

            We’ll see. NFC West will definitely be fun to watch this season.

    • Ricky Widmer

      Rick, I’d love to see Sammy Bradford have success this season. Each time we do the Onside Kick podcast, it kind of hurts to see guys like Dave from the podcast slam Bradford. To me, the Rams are locked and loaded to help make the NFC West the MOST COMPETITIVE division in the NFL this season.

  • Natedogg265

    The Rams drafted 4 defensive backs and this guys ignores them. Someone should point them to this article. It would be good motivation.

    And everyone fails to acknowledge that the rams receivers are all young. All under three years. Screenshot how everyone is dissing them this entire off season. More motivation.

  • jw

    What new coach for Bradford? This is Fishers third year.