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 Need Offensive Mind To Lead Team In 2017The Rams have too much talent on their roster to be this bad, so it's very important for the organization to hire the right head coach in the offseason to make 2017 a significantly better season for the franchise.
Rams Team Headlines: Goff Has Golden Opportunity To Shine Against 49ersThe Los Angeles Rams offense and its prized rookie quarterback have to perform at a high level on Saturday against the San Francisco 49ers and their NFL-worst defense.
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 Headlines: Three Fourth-Quarter Disappointments For Los Angeles In 2016The Los Angeles Rams are 4-6 this season, but in three of those six losses, the Rams were either tied in the fourth quarter or leading in the final 15 minutes. For a team with a defensive guru at the head of the coaching staff, this just isn't what should be happening in Los Angeles with the talent on the defensive side of the ball. The Rams have fielded one of the best defenses in the league this season, in terms of points allowed, so why are they blowing it in the fourth quarter so often in 2016?
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 Week 10 Injury Report: Los Angeles Faces Jets With Mostly Healthy RosterWhile the Los Angeles Rams have dropped four straight games now to fall to 3-5 on the season, the team has gotten healthier midseason thanks to the bye two weeks ago. Simply put, the Rams have few injury concerns of note as they try to salvage what's left of the NFL's 2016 regular season.
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.

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