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The Rams were ever so close to securing the NFC West title last season, but they had it snatched away at the last second by the Seahawks—the only other team that seems to be a threat in the division. Part of the reason why is because the Rams lack offensive playmakers.
They have Steven Jackson, the reliable running back, and Sam Bradford, the promising young quarterback, but no one with the explosiveness or playmaking ability that Plax had back in the day. They have an impressive possession receiver in Danny Amendola, and Mark Clayton was having a great year until his injury.
The Rams have a talented young receiving core ready for next year, but the addition of Plax would be a smart move and could really help them solidify a place at the top of the NFC West. He doesn't have to be the No. 1 go-to guy for Bradford, just the veteran presence who can step in when they need to make a play.