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Steven Jackson has three games with 100 yards rushing and is among the NFL leaders, despite missing most of three games with injuries.
In St. Louis' 13-12 win at Cleveland on Sunday, Jackson rushed 27 times for 128 yards. It was the 30th 100-yard game of his career, which trails only Eric Dickerson (38) in team history. Jackson's performance marked the fourth time in his career that he has put together three straight games topping 100 yards.
Going into this Sunday's home game against Seattle, he ranks ninth in the NFL with 707 yards on 140 carries - a 5.1 average.
The former No. 1 draft pick hurt a quadriceps muscle on the first offensive play of the season against the Eagles. He didn't play much in the next two games, but now he's back and the Rams have won two of their last three games.
''These last three games, we've been pretty competitive so that's allowed the offense to stay a little more balanced,'' Jackson said Thursday. '&...
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Can Running Back Marshawn Lynch continue to play at a high level? Or will Rams Running Back Steven Jackson show he's the best RB from this match-up.
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