The biggest offseason decisions for the St. Louis Rams will encompass everything from free agents and draft picks to hammering out the details of a plan to give the team a place to play.
Whether they finish 8-7-1 or 7-8-1, 2012 was a year in which the Rams saw substantial improvement, not just in their record, but in the style and quality of their play and the stability and hopefulness of their future development.
Having only been together for less than a year, the new Rams' brain trust has already set a high standard for themselves for offseason activity with their initially off-putting but eventually gratifying draft strategy of repeatedly trading down to acquire more picks and their savvy free-agent signings.
2013 will pose new challenges as there will be onerous roster decisions the likes of which they did not have to face in 2012 and a potentially franchise-altering decision about the Edward Jones Dome.
Here are 10 decisions that could make or break the 2013 Rams.