It was more than two months ago that the Los Angeles Rams started the season with a bang, beating the Seattle Seahawks on the road, 30-13. They quickly went from looking like a team in rebuild mode to one that might actually contend for a playoff spot.
Since then, they’ve gone 2-6 and sit three games behind those same Seahawks in the NFC West. The Rams will get a chance to sweep Seattle on Sunday when they host their division rivals, but the Seahawks are better now than they were in Week 1.
Here are the Rams’ four biggest causes for concern entering this game.