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New Orleans may want to seriously consider running the second unit this Sunday against the Rams who very well may be the worst of the three remaining winless teams.
Ranked dead last in the league on offense and near next to last on defense, there really isn't much the Rams do well which is why this game is over before the Saints' team jetliner hits the tarmac.
Whether second year quarterback Sam Bradford, or ageless veteran AJ Feeley gets the start against the Saints, it's no more than the difference between a quarterback with a 61 QB rating, and one with a 72 QB rating.
Brandon Lloyd's six catch, 74 yard debut for St Louis, while promising, amounts to no more than a modest step in the right direction.
The fact is that the Rams are still a long way from stepping up to the task of taking down a championship-caliber team like New Orleans.
If Bradford does make it back this week, look for Lloyd to improve on his opening day numbers and for the Rams to lose by slightly less than they would without him.