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  • Sam Bradford: Passer rating of 90.0 or better

    12 27.91%
  • Steven Jackson: 1,600 yards from scrimmage or better

    14 32.56%
  • Any Rams WR or TE: 1,000 yards receiving

    4 9.30%
  • Chris Long: 12 or more sacks

    4 9.30%
  • Robert Quinn: 7.5 or more sacks

    3 6.98%
  • James Laurinaitis: 150 or more tackles

    4 9.30%
  • Bradley Fletcher: 6 or more interceptions

    1 2.33%
  • Team: 10 or more wins

    1 2.33%
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    Most Likely Stat For Rams In 2011

    Which stat do you see as the most likely to occur this year?


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    Re: Most Likely Stat For Rams In 2011

    I went with Sam's passer rating of 90 or better. I believe with his growth and maturity and the experience he got last year, he will continue to ascend the rankings for QBs.

    Also, I really don't think it matters if McD or Shurmer is running the offense. Sam is a 90+ passer regardless of the scheme, imho.

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    Re: Most Likely Stat For Rams In 2011

    I went with Sam because I think that 90 is a low.

    I weighed the chances that SJ stays healthy again (we've been lucky and he's been tough) or that a capable backup will deminish his overall numbers.

    There are so many targets in the passing game, and Sam is good at spreading it around, I wouldn't be surprised to see three guys get 900 yards, and less likely to me that any one particular stands out for 1000.

    Long could do this, but there are so many more variables in this than Sam doing 90+.

    Quinn is a rookie and probably be in a rotation and see Long above.

    I don't think little animal gets to 150 (assuming this is solo only) because the defense as a whole will be prohibitive to the point that defensive snaps will be reduced thus lowering the tackle opportunities, which will also mostly be in the secondary due to teams playing from behind and/or from giving up on running on the front 6 or 7. :-)

    Bradley could very well do this easily, but I put him at a great risk of injury than Sam.

    10 wins, i just hate to think so optimistically! :-)
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    Re: Most Likely Stat For Rams In 2011

    Sam the most likely, followed by Steven but id peg him to get 1300 total yards. 10 wins would be my favourite if not for a tough 8 game stretch to start the season on a maybe shortened preseason. 1000 yard receiver if we trade for a legit #1 only, current roster i see 3 receivers averaging 600-900 yards easy.

    So hard choice in the end .. Go Sam, if he cuts down the int's, should be a real good year

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    Re: Most Likely Stat For Rams In 2011

    13 qb's had a 90 or better rating last year I am sure bradford could join them.

    Steven has had 1300+ in every year but his rookie with faulk. So I would expect him to be able to do 1600+ like he has done already.

    Rams haven't had a 1000 yard receiever since 07 with holt. I would hope this is the year that changes that with Mcd coming in. Mcd has had multiple 1000 yard receivers in one year for the pats and the broncos.

    Long could reach that easily if he changes his qb hurries to sacks. I think he lead the league in that.

    Quinn could maybe do that if he gets enough time on the field. Tall order for a rookie though.

    By my count only 3 people had 150+ tackles last yearyear nd that was combined tackles so I doubt animal jr will reach that with what our d line is doing.

    Fletcher had 4 ints last year so 6 wouldn't be out of the question. What id like to see is bartell get more than 0.

    10 wins is what I dream about at night.

    So if I had to say most likely to happen I would say jackson getting 1600+ just because he has done so already a few times in his career including last year.

    How about they all happen and we call it a day lol.
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    Re: Most Likely Stat For Rams In 2011

    I voted for Bradford at 90 or better. However I hope it's 10 wins or more. I don't don't care who or whom has a big season either as long as we have 10 or more in the W column.

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    Re: Most Likely Stat For Rams In 2011

    I picked Jackson over 1600 scrimmage yards. This wasn't as much because I think the others won't happen (Bradford over 90 wouldn't surprise me at all), but I think Jax will have no problem getting this much yardage, especially if the interior of the offensive line has improved.

    That's also assuming we play the full 16 games!

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    Re: Most Likely Stat For Rams In 2011

    Long dominates in his 4th year. Happened in both high school and college. He already showed that he can get to the passer on the left side last year, but he was just a step too slow. Now with Quinn and Hall being known and feared factors on the right side, that QB will slide to his right just a little more and fall right into Chris' waiting and outstretched arms.

    Chris gets 12 sacks at a minimum.
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    Re: Most Likely Stat For Rams In 2011

    Wheres the option at the bottom "all of the above" ????

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