Don't look now, but the St. Louis Rams are 3-2.
Unfortunately for them, they lost Mario Haggan and Quintin Mikell on defense and Brit Miller and Danny Amendola on offense.
Haggan, Mikell and Miller are questionable for Week 6, but Amendola is gone until November with a collarbone injury, which almost killed him.
Thankfully he'll be just fine, but the Rams offense will hurt without him. He missed all but Week 1 in 2011 and is quarteback Sam Bradford's go-to-guy.
Week 6 will be interesting to see how Bradford performs without Amendola and Miller, who plays the lost art of fullback and blocks for the franchise quarterback.
If Bradford doesn't feel comfortable in the pocket and loses confidence in his relatively untested receivers, it may turn into another ugly season for the Rams.
Expect to see just how far the Rams have come since Jeff Fisher has taken over after Week 6.
If they look unscathed by the rash of injuries, they're well on their way to prominence. If not, they'll still have some maturing to do. Becoming fearless is priceless in the NFL.