Los Angeles Rams: Full Report-Card Grades for Weeks 1 through 4

The Los Angeles Rams are lighting it up in LA, sitting at 4-0 for the first time since 2001. The city and the fans have become electrified once again, watching their beloved Rams play.

The Rams are definitely one of the better teams in the NFL so far, with people predicting them to make the Super Bowl. The sky is the limit for this team and a Super Bowl is certainly in their sights.

Now, the Rams have completed a quarter of their games this season. That means I’ll be grading each position group based on how they’ve performed up to this point.

My grading will be based on stats, eye-test and their part in the Rams being undefeated through four games. Of course with an A+ being the best grade and a F being the worst.

It’s unlikely any individual player on this team would warrant a F so far this year.

Of course I’ll be breaking it up into position groups though, showing how they’ve performed as a unit.

Let’s get to grading, starting with the quarterback.

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