St. Louis Rams Roundup: A Recipe for Disaster. How the Rams Got so Bad, so Fast.

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St. Louis Rams Roundup: A Recipe for Disaster. How the Rams Got so Bad, so Fast.
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Sam Bradford has to be thinking, "How did we get here?"

The St. Louis Rams managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory on Sunday at Arizona. No fan likes to see their team get beat, but the Rams have turned losing into such an art form that you almost have to appreciate their incompetence.

I think that I speak for all Rams' fans when I say, "I can't wait to see how they blow the next one."

How do you lose when your defense allows only two field goals through three-and-a-half quarters? How is it that Steven Jackson ran for over 100 yards, and the defense recorded two safeties, and you still managed to lose to a 1-6 team that was playing their backup quarterback?

I mean, that level of ineptitude deserves to be analyzed, doesn't it?

That's what I'm here to do today. I asked my fellow Rams' Featured Columnists "Who deserves the most blame for this mess the Rams are in?"

Here is what they had to say.

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