The Rams are playing for much more than pride against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. They will be playing for their first eight win season since 2006. All that is standing in their way is a tough and aggressive divisional foe that has more momentum than any NFL team heading into the playoffs. A win gives the Rams their first undefeated record in the division in many years, and for a lot of players that are on the bubble and fighting for a roster spot in 2013, this is the last opportunity to showcase their talents.

There are many questions facing Jeff Fisher, Les Snead and the Rams organization looking ahead at 2013; will the Rams sign SJ39 Steven Jackson back to a contract extension? Do the Rams gamble on their fearless wide receiver and punt returner Danny Amendola staying healthy and pay him big money? Do the Rams bypass the free agency period and gear up for the draft to fill their needs list? The Rams have multiple draft picks in the upcoming 2013 draft, how do they go about their business in the continuation of building a champion foundation?

St. Louis @ Seattle = Seahawks

Tampa Bay @ Atlanta = Falcons

Philadelphia @ NYG = Giants

Houston @ Indianapolis = Texans

NYJ @ Buffalo = Bills

Jacksonville @ Tennessee = Titians

Cleveland @ Pittsburgh = Steelers

Chicago @ Detroit = Bears

Carolina @ New Orleans = Saints

Arizona @ San Francisco = 49ers

Oakland @ San Diego = Chargers

Kansas City @ Denver = Broncos

Green Bay @ Minnesota = Packers

Miami @ New England = Patriots

Dallas @ Washington = Cowboys