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    Rams Points per game allowed:13 points
    NFC West Rank 1st

    Arizona Averages 32.25 PPG Allowed
    Seattle Averages 19.25 PPG Allowed
    San Francisco Averages 25.75 Allowed


    Rams Points Per game Scored: 20.75 points a game
    NFC West Rank: 1st

    Arizona averages 17 points per game
    Seattle averages 18.75 points per game
    San Francisco averages 13 points per game


    Last Time I checked, these are the ONLY stats that matter.


    GO Rams!

  • #2
    Re: Some stats for you

    While interesting, the last I checked, the only stats that matter are the points we have versus the points the opponent have at the end of the game. In two games, we had more. In two games, they had more.

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    • #3
      Re: Some stats for you

      Originally posted by AlphaRam View Post
      While interesting, the last I checked, the only stats that matter are the points we have versus the points the opponent have at the end of the game. In two games, we had more. In two games, they had more.
      yes.. but right now we are out scoring our Opponents by over 30 points. and if the rams can do this throughout the whole season, we will be VERY good.
      Last edited by Legion; -10-03-2010, 07:45 PM.

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      • #4
        Re: Some stats for you

        Originally posted by Legion View Post
        yes.. but right now we are out scoring our Opponents by over 30 points. and if the rams can do this throughout the whole season, we will be VERY good.
        That's a big "if", though. After only four games, those NFCW numbers are somewhat skewed because of the quality of opponents,no? San Diego, New Orleans , and Atlanta are all better than any team The Rams have faced.Maybe The Skins should or would be in that class but their swollen heads & lousy road form doomed them as well as a solid Rams performance,imo.

        And make no mistake, The Whiners played well in their games vs both The Saints and Falcons & easily could have won.

        It's an impressive start, though, & so cool to have these numbers representing even a quarter season of exciting football.We've gone from mining the slightest trace of positives to talk about to the occasional quarter game or individual performance to real success. How sweet it is.

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        • #5
          Re: Some stats for you

          This team is for real, going 1 - 15 last season, and losing year before has made this guys more mature, more competitive and very consistent. Good players make everyone around them better, Bradford has made Clayton, Darby and Amendola much better than what their potential is. This guy will make a lot of money for some receivers and tight ends on this team. GO RAMS!!!

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          • #6
            Re: Some stats for you

            We beat Washington and Dallas in consecutive weeks in 2008 after Haslett took over as HC. Two games doesn't make a season as we saw then. Do keep your faith, but the team still has more to prove after what has occured the last several seasons.

            We get up to 6-2, then I'll swim in the blue Kool-Aid.

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            • #7
              Re: Some stats for you

              Originally posted by Azul e Oro View Post
              That's a big "if", though. After only four games, those NFCW numbers are somewhat skewed because of the quality of opponents,no? San Diego, New Orleans , and Atlanta are all better than any team The Rams have faced.Maybe The Skins should or would be in that class but their swollen heads & lousy road form doomed them as well as a solid Rams performance,imo.

              And make no mistake, The Whiners played well in their games vs both The Saints and Falcons & easily could have won.

              It's an impressive start, though, & so cool to have these numbers representing even a quarter season of exciting football.We've gone from mining the slightest trace of positives to talk about to the occasional quarter game or individual performance to real success. How sweet it is.
              Good points. I'm anxious to see what this defense does against San Diego.

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              • HUbison
                Just how good has this team (specifically the Defense) been recently?
                by HUbison
                Just how good has this team (specifically the Defense) been recently?

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                1. This team is averaging 30.5 points per game. They are ranked 17th on the season, but 3rd in points scored during that span.

                2. The defense is allowing just 8.5 points per game. They are ranked 15th on the season, but 1st in points allowed during that span.

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                4. In yards allowed, the Defense is currently ranked 12th in the league. However, based on the past 4 games that rank would move up to 6th. If not for the fact that Manning hung almost 400 yards passing on us, that number would be even higher.

                5. The Defense is ranked 10th in rushing yards allowed. However, over the past quarter season, they are allowing just 61 yards, which would rank them 1st in the league.

                6. If the Defense could play a season like they have the past quarter season, they would rank 1st in points allowed. In fact, their projected points allowed total to this juncture (110.5) is less than half of the points allowed by the 2nd ranked Lions (224). That's ridiculous!!!

                7. The Defense has generated 8 interceptions in the past 4 games. That would far and away put them in the league lead.


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                9. Even with a sack total of 1 in the first 5 games, the Rams are currently ranked 9th in the league. And IF, the league leaders continue their season pace, and the Rams continue their half season pace, the Rams would finish this season ranked 3rd in the league. Not bad after starting the season with the worst 5-game stretch in league history!

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                by r8rh8rmike
                Rams offense is historically impotent

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              • AvengerRam_old
                Some Rams Stats That May Intrigue/Surprise You
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                by r8rh8rmike
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