Rams Team Grades: L.A. Embarrassed At Home By Arizona In Season FinaleThe Los Angeles Rams lost their season finale at home to the Arizona Cardinals, 44-6, and the difference between the two teams with nothing to play for was striking. The Rams quit on their season at some point, as losing 11 of the final 12 games cost the head coach his job. It also makes critics and fans alike question the direction the organization is heading in after its first season back in the City of Angels. The 4-12 record is the team's worst performance since 2011, and with no premium draft picks coming up, the Rams need a new coach and a new attitude for 2017.
Rams Team Grades: L.A. Bottoms Out Against San Francisco With Another Blown Late-LeadFor the third time this year, the Los Angeles Rams lost a fourth-quarter lead as an inept offense put undue pressure and strain on the defense. Despite leading the San Francisco 49ers by two touchdowns late on Saturday at the Memorial Coliseum, the Rams defense gave up two long scoring drives and the game-winning two-point conversion to lose for the 10th time in the last 11 games. Los Angeles is now 4-11 this season, including 0-2 since firing coach Jeff Fisher.
Rams Team Grades: Seahawks Handle Lowly Los Angeles On Thursday Night FootballThe Los Angeles Rams came into Thursday Night Football with a three-game win streak against the Seattle Seahawks, but with the NFC West Division title on the line in front of a home crowd, the Seahawks didn't fuss around with the Rams.
Rams Team Grades: Los Angeles Falls To Falcons In Ugly 42-14 LossIf Los Angeles Rams Head Coach Jeff Fisher wasn't under fire already, losing 42-14 at home to the Atlanta Falcons isn't going to help his case. The Rams defense was helpless against the best offense in the NFL on Sunday, allowing the first 42 points of the game to the Falcons.
Rams Team Grades: Los Angeles Doomed By Slow Start In New England LossDespite the recent news that Head Coach Jeff Fisher had been signed to an extension, the Los Angeles Rams came out flat on Sunday in New England. The Patriots took a 17-0 lead in the first half and never looked back in a 26-10 victory that dropped the Rams to 4-8 this year with four games left to play. This loss guarantees a 13th-straight non-winning season for Los Angeles.
Rams Team Grades: Saints Offense Overpowers Rams DefenseDrew Brees and the New Orleans Saints' offense picked apart the Los Angeles Rams' defense in week 12. The Rams surrendered 49 points, which overshadowed rookie quarterback Jared Goff's impressive first half performance. In the end, the team suffered an embarrassing 49-21 loss.
Rams Team Grades: Fourth Quarter Collapse Curses Conservative Los AngelesThe Los Angeles Rams were so close to getting back to .500 with six games left in the 2016 regular season. Leading 10-0 midway through the fourth quarter, the Rams defense gave up two late touchdowns to the Miami Dolphins, and Los Angeles lost the game.
Rams Team Grades: Defense Saves The Day For LAClinging to a 9-6 lead late in the fourth quarter, the Los Angeles Rams defense came up big, forcing the game's only turnover to preserve a road victory over the New York Jets.
Rams Team Grades: Penalties Hurt L.A. In Another Close LossThe Los Angeles Rams dropped to 3-5 this season with a home loss on Sunday to the visiting Carolina Panthers. In the 13-10 defeat, the Rams committed 10 penalties and couldn't score a touchdown until the final minute of the game.
Rams Team Grades: Turnovers Doom L.A. Against Giants In London MatchupThe Los Angeles Rams dropped their third straight game on Sunday against the New York Giants, and now the team has a week off to think about where it is headed in 2016. Blame it on London or not, but four Rams turnovers and four fumbles prevented L.A. from moving above .500 on the year after seven games.
Team Grades: Rams Come Up Just Short In DetroitDespite defensive injuries, the Los Angeles Rams put up a valiant fight in Detroit against a potent Lions offense. In the end, though, Detroit kicked the game-winning field goal in the final minutes, and the Rams offense couldn't respond in the final minute with its own scoring drive.
A Look At The Best, Worst Broncos Games From Each UnitAs the Broncos head to Santa Clara and Super Bowl 50, we look back at the best and worst performances from offense, defense, special teams and coaching.