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2013 Team Outlook: Saint Louis Rams

A fantasy football preview of the Saint Louis Rams this season. Profiled players include Sam Bradford, Austin Davis, Zac Stacy, Daryl Richardson, and Isaiah Pead.
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Zuerlein made headlines his rookie year when he became the first NFLer to convert two field goals of 58 yards or more. He stayed perfect through five games before suffering through a three-miss game in Week 6 that seemed to rattle his confidence. If he can re-gain his mojo, he'll be a worthy fantasy asset this season.

For all the improvements on offense, the up and coming Rams defense is often overlooked. Last year it was largely thanks to strong defensive play that St. Louis split its series with Seattle and went undefeated against both San Francisco and Arizona. In fact, no NFC West opponent scored more than 24 points against the Rams all year.

 
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