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The ten seasons between the 2004 and 2013 will be remembered among St Louis Rams fans as a decade of futility. Memories of 1 and 2 win seasons, of Scott Linehan and Steve Spagnuolo, of high-profile draft busts, of wasting Steven Jackson’s best years, of conveyor belts of underperforming receivers / cornerbacks / linebackers [delete as appropriate], all combine to remind fans of the frustrations of this testing time. It is a chapter of misery that we hope to behind us – starting this Sunday.
But, in times of adversity, it is the real fan that emerges. The one who suffers on a weekly basis, whose Monday mornings are automatically spoilt by the hangover of fury that follows every loss. These are the individuals who remember the little details that make up a period of constant losing, whose ability to remember facts goes a long way towards making up for the lack of sporting joy.
Are you one of those fans? I guess there is only one way to find out…
[Answers below – add your score to our comments section]
[All questions refer to the period between the 2004 and 2013 seasons, inclusive]
- Which quarterback made his only appearance for the franchise back in 2011?
- Who is third in rushing yards over this period?
- Who had the longest reception over the period?
- Danny Amendola leads the franchise in total return yards (kickoffs and punts) over this period, but how many return touchdowns did he score?
- Who is the most recent kicker to miss an extra point attempt?
- Who recorded the longest punt in this period?
- In 2006, the Rams drafted tight end Joe Klopfenstein in the second round. Which tight end did they also draft in the third round?
- Who is the player with the most tackles over this period, but is not currently on the roster?
- Trumaine Johnson and Bradley Fletcher are two out of three defensive backs over this period to have the most interceptions (5) without ever scoring – can you name the third?
- Who leads the team in sacks over this period?
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