From 2011 through 2015, only two teams had a better record than the perennial Super Bowl contending Seattle Seahawks.
In that span, the Rams have rained at their bottom dweller abode not only as the worst team in their division, but as one of the worst teams in the entire league.
And somehow, against all odds, the Rams and Seahawks have split the eight games played against each other.
Via CBS Sports.com, Seattle went 4-4 against the Rams and 42-14 against everyone else, while the Rams were 4-4 against the Seahawks and 23-32-1 against all other teams. It makes almost no sense.
If there’s any hope it may rest of the struggles of Seattle during Week 1’s escape of a win versus Miami, as well as Russell Wilson still with a lingering ankle injury.
As bad at that was, the Rams put up a show worthy of one of the worst primetime football performances in recent memory, dropping to the supposedly horrid 49ers 28-0, on Monday.
That isn’t dissuading the Rams running back though, saying in an interview with the Turf Show Times that he’s garuneteeing a victory when the Rams take on the Hawks this Sunday.
“We’re going to get a win this week, for sure.”
That’s a mighty confident stance coming from a player who will be standing seven yards behind Case Keenum for most of the day, but what do you expect? Gurley’s not going to come out and say his team will probably lose.
MFW Todd Gurley says he thinks the Rams will beat the Seahawks this weekend… pic.twitter.com/yWK8VtgPEY
— Jacob Wolf (@JacobNWolf) September 16, 2016