The St. Louis Rams find themselves with an opportunity to finish with a winning record for the first time since 2003 and an outside shot of making the playoffs.
If they accomplish either, Sam Bradford and the offense won't be the main reason for the success.
The Rams offense is 29th in scoring and the third-year quarterback is ranked 22nd.
Lack of execution, failures on third downs, tough defenses are all blamed.
As St. Louis prepares to host Minnesota on Sunday, it is seeking to turnaround its offense that has scored just four touchdowns in the past three games.