St. Louis Rams wide receiver Brandon Lloyd hasn't had a great year, particularly by the standards that he set last season. A journeyman for most of his career, Lloyd broke out last year with 77 catches, 1448 yards and 11 touchdowns receiving, but he was traded to the Rams earlier this season due to concerns that the Broncos wouldn't be able to retain him long-term.
With Rams quarterback Sam Bradford battling injuries recently, Lloyd hasn't had the opportunity to really develop a connection with his new quarterback, so it's been an adjustment period for both of them. The former Bronco continued his track record of solid games in a Rams uniform on Sunday, though, taking in four catches for 48 yards and a touchdown.
St. Louis didn't have a big day through the air on Sunday against a pretty solid Cleveland pass defense, but Lloyd was the team's leading receiver. The yardage numbers aren't gaudy, but he did take in a touchdown, and that's something we haven't seen nearly enough from Lloyd this season.
He also made a couple of beautiful catches against the Browns that you can see here. Once both he and Bradford get settled in, you could see Lloyd put up some pretty good numbers in the second half of this season.
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