This contest could prove pivotal for St. Louis in 2012.
The Rams enter this one at 4-5 (if my predictions hold true) and this game offers the chance to enter the home stretch at .500 and in contention for a NFC wild card birth.
This game could be interesting, regardless of the Rams record, due to the potential quarterback controversy that could well develop for the New York Jets.
Will Tim Tebow be leading the Jets by this time or will Mark Sanchez still be holding onto the starting role?
Considering that Jets head coach loves to run the ball and play sound defense, it would not surprise me to see the polarizing Tebow under center in the Edward Jones Dome as the starting QB as the Jets face the Rams beneath the Gateway Arch.
Last season, the Jets finished at a disappointing 8-8 as they dropped their last three games.
Former Jets offensive coordinator will attempt to orchestrate a great game plan to help St. Louis defeat the Jets in his new St. Louis home.
The Jets were fifth in the NFL in passing yards allowed per game last year so Darrelle Revis and the Jets secondary figures to pose a stern challenge for Schottenheimer and Bradford's passing attack.
That said, look for St. Louis to work hard to get the ground game going and to use the play action pass to open up things in the passing game for tight end Lance Kendricks and slot receivers Danny Amendola and Greg Salas.
Prediction: The Rams run their record to 5-5 with an impressive performance against the New York Jets.
The Rams post a 21-10 win over the Jets as the Rams force a fumble, intercept two balls and tally four team sacks on the day, including the tenth on the year for Chris Long, the seventh for Robert Quinn and the third for Kendall Langford.