St. Louis Rams 2015 regular season final prediction

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Aug 29, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (5) calls a play in the first quarter against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Week 9: @ Minnesota Vikings

The Minnesota Vikings took liberties on the St. Louis Rams in the 2014 regular season opener to the tune of 34 points. Those 34 points were tied for the second highest total the Rams would concede in 2014. With revenge in sight and momentum on their side, St. Louis looks to bring it all together in Week 9. Unfortunately, Teddy Bridgewater has different plans and has developed into a pocket passer with a serious arm. The Rams live up to their reputation and fall short in a winnable game. Rams 17 – Vikings 24 Record 4-4

Week 10: Chicago Bears

The Rams return home to find Jay Cutler and the Bears waiting on their doorstep. determined not to let the Vikings loss derail their playoff hopes the Rams come out swinging. Cutler and his offense once again have no problem putting up points, but the Chicago defense is a shell of it’s former dominance and this becomes another slugfest. This time though, St. Louis gets the last laugh and Foles out duels Cutler for another big game of 300+ passing yards and two touchdowns.             Rams 24 – Bears 21 Record 5-4

Week 11: @ Baltimore Ravens

A game this late in the year agains the Ravens is usually a tough one, and this matchup is no different. The Ravens are vying for another division title and have the Steelers nipping at their heels. A loss here for either team could spell disaster for their playoff hopes. In a hostile environment, one of the toughest the Rams have faced all year, the better team prevails and Joe Flacco uses his veteran leadership to lead his Ravens to victory in on of the best games of the year.                                      Rams 17 – Ravens 21 Record 5-5

Week 12: @ Cincinnati Bengals

In what continues as the toughest six game stretch of the season for St. Louis, they head west to face the Bengals. Having posted a record of 1-2 against AFC North opponents this season, the Rams attempt to end their see-saw season and get back on a winning streak. But the Bengals are 13-3 at home in the last two years and St. Louis lets another winnable game slip through their fingers.    Rams 14 – Bengals 21 Record 5-6

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