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Season Win Totals NFL Predictions – St Louis Rams 2014 Lines

Rams Season Win Totals

The St. Louis Rams will attempt to take another step toward respectability this upcoming season. Sam Bradford returns from injury to a team that appears to be moving in the right direction but must face the reality of playing in the toughest division in football and playing the third toughest schedule of any team heading into the 2014 season.

Rams Over Under Lines

Over 7.5 Wins (-115)
Under 7.5 Wins (-115)
St. Louis

Are the Rams poised for a leap forward or are they destined to remain a 7 or eight win team? Let’s take a look.

The Rams finished 7-9 last year despite being without their franchise quarterback for the majority of the season. Kellen Clemens brought the team toward respectability and a strong defense created a serious sense of optimism for the club.

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The Rams, outside of Bradford have a couple of serious weapons for Bradford to utilize. Zac Stacy seems like the answer at running back and Tavon Austin looks like the real deal as he enters his second year as a pro.

Let’s not forget about St. Louis’s draft class this year – they had arguably the best draft of any team this year nabbing elite offensive lineman in Auburn’s Greg Robinson, starting-caliber defensive tackle Aaron Donald and cornerback Lamarcus Joyner.
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Tre Mason will likely see some playing time behind Zac Stacy as the running game returns to prominence.

The St. Louis defense held its own last year and should be improved this season in the defensively minded NFC West They were 13th in the NFL in points allowed (22.8) and held their team in most games despite a sketchy offense.

The Key for the Rams will obviously be the play of Sam Bradford who has one last chance to impress the fan-base of the Rams.

If he can come close to his potential, the Rams should be able to do enough to challenge for a playoff spot. If Bradford falters, it could be another lost season for the Rams in this quarterback driven league.

The pieces are in place – now comes time for some execution on the field.

Rams Season Wins Betting Prediction: Over 7.5

The Rams won seven games last year as well as the year before and should be improved with Bradford’s the return to full health. The Rams are on the cusp of contending for a Wild Card spot – if they were in the AFC West a Wild Card would be a definite reality.

While I don’t expect the Rams to quite qualify for the playoffs I do think that an 8-8 season is on the horizon for this team. 9-7 isn’t out of the question.

Play the Over – 7.5 wins as St. Louis takes one more step toward finally contending in the uber-tough NFC West.

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