Rams 2012 Schedule: St. Louis Looks To Improve On 2-14 Record From 2011

The St. Louis Rams struggled through the 2011 season and finished with a 2-14 record, tied with the Indianapolis Colts for worst finish in the league. Due to tiebreakers the team received the No. 2 overall draft pick, which was traded to the Washington Redskins in March. In Week 2, the Rams will host the Redskins and their likely draft pick, Baylor Bears quarterback Robert Griffin III.

The Rams head overseas for a contest against the New England Patriots in London, England, on Oct. 28. That wraps up the first half of the Rams' season, as they have a bye the following week.

Here is the complete St. Louis Rams 2012 schedule:

Week 1: Sept. 9 at Detroit
Week 2: Sept 16 Washington
Week 3: Sept. 23 at Chicago
Week 4: Sept. 30 Seattle
Week 5: Oct. 4 Arizona
Week 6: Oct. 14 at Miami
Week 7: Oct. 21 Green Bay
Week 8: Oct. 28 New England
Week 9: Bye
Week 10: Nov. 11 at San Francisco
Week 11: Nov. 18 New York Jets
Week 12: Nov. 25 at Arizona
Week 13: Dec. 2 San Francisco
Week 14: Dec. 9 at Buffalo
Week 15: Dec. 16 Minnesota
Week 16: Dec. 23 at Tampa Bay
Week 17: Dec. 30 at Seattle

For complete announcements of the full 2012 NFL schedule, please visit this StoryStream. Check out Turf Show Times for more on the Rams.

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