Teams on the schedule aren't so bad. Total winning % of teams on our schedule is 30th in the league. But the timing of some of these games is brutal.
Predicting individual wins off the schedule in the offseason is pointless. Way too many variables. But overall, I think we'll have a winning record if we get mediocre QB play and could win a playoff game if we have a QB that can perform in the top half of the league.
Overall, there is no doubt we have the most talent laden roster in the NFC West. We just have never utilized it. If Harbaugh is even only slightly better than Singletary, we will post a winning record in 2011.
if we have a normal offseason and get a decent QB maybe as high as 9-7, but doubtful
This is pretty much the same talent that went 8-8 with Dingleberry as the HC so I don't see how "7-9 at best" will be the outcome.
I would say 7-9 at worst and 9-7 or 10-6 being realistic with the talent the team has compared to the rest of the division. This would have to take into account Harbaugh and his staff being no worse than Dingleberry and his staff.
[ Edited by walker807 on Apr 19, 2011 at 6:23 PM ]
And by the way for all of you that even thinl the rams are good or are going to be good......keep on living in denial. Stl has a horrible defense esp pass d with atogwe gone no wrs a qb who cant throw over 20 yards with accuracy or consistency......we are a much better team with crabs davis gore willis justin smith.....the dishes are done. As long as gore aka the sea and ram killer doesnt get injured for six more games we will win the division by one or two games......
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