What the 'experts' are saying about the Rams

What the 'experts' are saying about the Rams

ST. LOUIS, MO - OCTOBER 4: Daryl Richardson #26 of the St. Louis Rams rushes against the Arizona Cardinals at the Edward Jones Dome on October 4, 2012 in St. Louis, Missouri. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)

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Posted on October 10, 2012 at 11:47 AM

Updated Wednesday, Dec 4 at 3:14 PM

The number included after reporter’s name is the ranking that that person gives the Rams among 32 NFL teams.

Chris Berman (ESPN, 17) — Knocked off 4-0 Arizona; nice division!

Clifton Brown (Sporting News, 15) — Sure hasn't taken Jeff Fisher long to make this team relevant again.

Rich Gannon (CBS Sports/SiriusXM NFL Radio, 18) — Nice divisional wins over Seattle and Arizona ... Can they keep it going this week in Miami? I'd be surprised.

Bob Glauber (Newsday, 19) — Going over .500 never felt so good, especially if your team hasn't been there in six years. Nice work, Jeff Fisher.

Rick Gosselin (Dallas Morning News, 14) — Who'd have guessed the Rams would have a better record after five games than Denver, Green Bay and New Orleans? Jeff Fisher has the Rams playing some D.

Clark Judge (CBSSports.com, 17) — You gotta love what Jeff Fisher is doing, but it's what Danny Amendola is doing — namely, nothing after suffering a dislocated clavicle — that's going to affect this team more.

Ira Kaufman (Tampa Tribune, 15) — An aggressive secondary is benefiting from a relentless pass rush.

Pat Kirwan (SiriusXM NFL Radio/CBSSports.com, 18) — Jeff Fisher is already a coach of the year candidate with the Rams three wins. Their pass rush is impressive.

John Lynch (Fox Sports, 18) — Back to back division W's against the Seahawks and Cardinals. Impressive, very impressive. The loss of Danny Amendola will hurt.

Alex Marvez (Foxsports.com, 11) — The Rams are finally above .500 for the first time since 2006. The next step toward respectability is staying there after playing Sunday at Miami.

Dan Pompei (Chicago Tribune, 15) — The Rams over .500? That's enough to make a front office guy faint.

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