The Rams have gone from scoring 33 points against Indianapolis, to 17 points against Tennessee, to 14 points against Kansas City. But talk to Sam Bradford and he'll tell you that the offense is getting better.
"I think everyone looked and felt more comfortable out there this week than they had in the past two weeks, including myself. I just felt much better with our operation. I felt we were quicker in and out of the huddle. I felt like our communication was better at the line of scrimmage. I just felt like everything (Friday) was almost normal in the sense that everyone's kinda starting to jell."
The Rams did put together their first sustained scoring drive of the preseason, a 13-play steamroller that immediately took the fight to Kansas City in their own stadium, and set the tone for the game. They followed that up with a pass-heavy ten-play drive that literally knocked the lights out at the stadium.
"We didn't really do anything that elaborate or that exciting, but we did our jobs and we were fortunate enough to put points on the board the first two drives."
After those first two drives, Bradford was 8-8 for 76 yards and two touchdowns. Hard to improve on that. But after those two drives, Bradford completed only one of eight passes and threw an interception, and had to scramble out of two more busted throwing plays.
So what happened? We take a look at the film to find out. One hint - the WR groupings changed.