St. Louis Rams: 4 Big Early Season Storylines

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St. Louis Rams: 4 Big Early Season Storylines
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Defense has been a huge part of the Rams early season performance.

The first three games of the 2012 NFL season have been a mix of different performances from the St. Louis Rams. Most would separate the first two games from the third in terms of overall performance. Within those contests, there have certainly been interesting story lines to talk about on both sides of the football. 

Jeff Fisher has this team playing under a new mantra: expect to win every time out. It showed in Week 1, as St. Louis came up short to Detroit on its final drive in a four-point loss.

Still, in Week 2, the Edward Jones Dome was louder than it's been for a home opener in years The Rams and Redskins jawed at each other for four quarters, ending in a three-point win for the home team. 

This past Sunday in Chicago, the Rams seemed to have reverted back to a team fans watched last year: minimal offense that started and ended with a terrible performance from the offensive line. 

So what do all three of those games add up to? Here are some early season story lines to take away from the Rams' first three games of 2012. 

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