The St. Louis Rams apparently plan on fielding a 10-man offense


I think most of us can agree that the Rams need all the help they can get on offense. The team has poured tons of resources into the unit over the past few years, whether it be through free agency (Jared Cook, Jake Long) or the draft (Tavon Austin, Zac Stacy, Greg Robinson).

However, the Rams apparently think they’ve improved so dramatically from last season that they only need to field 10 players on offense. At least that’s what their first official depth chart says. (h/t to Turf Show Times for pointing this out.)

rams depth chart

I’m not an expert, but I would suggest the Rams go ahead and figure out an 11th player to stick in there.

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  • Eric Munie

    We don’t use a fullback, the second string tight end (Kendricks) is the 11th man. If you followed the rams you’d know 😉

    • Spencer Engel

      Right, but you would still list him as the starter at fullback then.