2. Improve play at cornerback
If Rams fans weren’t frustrated towards Marcus Peters prior to last weekend’s game in New Orleans, there’s a good chance they’re feeling the frustration now after seeing how many times Michael Thomas torched him throughout the game. Just the fact that Thomas finished the contest with 12 catches for 211 yards with a touchdown shows what kind of day this was for the Rams on defense, but also this isn’t the first time these struggles have been on display.
Whether they want to admit it or not, the cornerback position has been a major weakness for Los Angeles ever since Aqib Talib went down back in September. And while the Rams feel confident in Peters turning things around, the cornerback better do it at some point since the team is now in a tight race with the Saints when it comes to earning the top seed in the NFC.
Seattle’s receivers may not stand out as much as the ones on Green Bay or New Orleans, but also it should be noted that Wilson has a few under the radar teammates that always seem capable of breaking out on any given week. After allowing the Seahawks to score 31 points during the first meeting, let’s hope the Rams see better results this time around to avoid the outcome being so close once again.