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Steven Jackson is a beast. Without Jackson, the Rams might be a historically bad team. I'm talking 0-16 people. Don't believe me?
Jackson carried the Rams offense to a win over the New Orleans Saints in Week 7. Then he ran for over 100 yards again in Week 8, when the Rams should have won against the Arizona Cardinals. In Week 9 against Cleveland, Jackson again ran for over 100 yards and led the Rams to a win on the road.
Prior to the last three weeks, Jackson has been injured, and the Rams didn't have a clue on offense. Sophomore QB Sam Bradford looks dazed and confused, the receiving corps is beat up and short on talent, and the offensive line is terrible.
If the Rams wanted to explore trading Jackson during the offseason, I think they could get a lot in return for him. If you put Jackson on a good football team, where he wasn't running against eight and nine man boxes, it would be scary to guess the numbers he might put up.
Honorable Mention: Brandon Lloyd, wide receiver. Lloyd is a true number one receiver, and even though he has only been with the Rams for a short while, seeing Lloyd run around out there reminds Rams' fans what an NFL wide receiver is supposed to look like.