St. Louis Rams Have Just Become the Class of the NFC West

Boris GodzinevskiCorrespondent IIOctober 3, 2010

ST. LOUIS - OCTOBER 3: Brandon Gibson #11 of the St. Louis Rams is congratulated by teammate Danny Amendola #16 after scoring a touchdown against the Seattle Seahawks at the Edward Jones Dome on October 3, 2010 in St. Louis, Missouri.  The Rams beat the Seahawks 20-3.  (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)
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So let's see if I remember this right. If A is better than B, and C annihilates A, then C is better than both A and B.


The Rams have not yet met the 49ers, but they haven't won a game. While the loss to the Cardinals is not easy to shake right now, considering it was Bradford's first game, perhaps forgivable.

Who's left?

At 2-2 it's hard to say the Rams will win the division but they are currently second to the Cardinals who have two losses on their record that were anything but games, they were slaughters.

Now the question is whether Bradford can remain healthy and productive.

The schedule doesn't seem to promising but at the moment seven wins may suffice and against the division the Rams seem good to go 4-2 at worst.