Dec 1, 2013; Auburn, AL, USA; View of the Alabama Crimson Tide benches the day after the game against the Auburn Tigers at Jordan Hare Stadium. The Tigers defeated the Crimson Tide 34-28. Mandatory Credit: Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY Sports

Ramblin’ Fans “Hump Day” Links


Guess what day it is. Guess what day it is. That’s right it’s hump day!  Grab your coffee and get ready to read our daily Rams stories from around the web.

Rams-Niners Study Session Defense

Another article by ESPN Rams writer Nick Wagoner. This story breaks down the entire defense performance as a whole and individually against the 49ers. While your there you should also check out where ESPN has the Rams in their weekly power rankings

 

Power Rankings: Week 14

Check out where Elliot Harrison has the Rams in his latest power rankings as well as who he has at number one. Harrison is a pretty funny guy with a good sense of humor. This is definitely worth the read.

 

What Happened To Chris Givens

Chris Givens is said to be a disappointment in 2013, and if you asked him, he would probably agree. Our friends at TurfShow Times really break it down and let you know what really happened to our number one receiver.

 

ESPN Playoff Machine

Check out what the playoff picture looks like if the season ended today and put in your predictions in for what they might end up like at season’s end. See what needs to happen for the Rams to still have a shot. You can also check out what the playoff picture looks like here without the playoff machine.

 

Rams Disappointed, But Not Embarrassed

Really good article by Jim Thomas from St. Louis Today. Tells how the Rams were disappointed in how they played last week, but they aren’t depressed and embarrassed about it, they’ll move on and play hard the rest of the season.

 

That will do it for today Rams fans. Hope you have a great “Hump Day”. Be sure to check back with us throughout the day for more exclusive Rams content. Trust me, you won’t want to miss it!

 

 

 

 

 

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