The rest of their 2011 season will play out as follows:
- at San Francisco 49ers (9-2)
- at Seattle Seahawks (4-7)
- vs. Cincinnati Bengals (7-4)
- at Pittsburgh Steelers (8-3)
- vs. San Francisco 49ers (9-2)
The game at Seattle seems like a winnable matchup given the Seahawks' 4-7 record, but the Rams already lost convincingly to the Seahawks in a 24-7 loss two weeks ago at the Edward Jones Dome. The Rams also haven't won a game in Seattle since their 2004 comeback victory that went into overtime.
With only five games left this season, and with a 2-14 record as a realistic possibility, Rams fans are struggling to find any positives from a disastrous season that was supposed to provide them with their first division title since 2003.
Frankly, the 2012 NFL Draft could not come any sooner if you're a St. Louis fan.
The team is struggling to stop the run on defense, while the offense cannot protect the quarterback and possesses very little firepower.
The team needs some young reinforcements, so here is how the 2012 draft could play out for the Rams.